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Entrances and Exits (Drama!) by Paul Ruditis
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Entrances and Exits (Drama!)

by Paul Ruditis

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Reviewed by Breanna F. for TeensReadToo.com

It's time for the Fall One-Act Festival at Orion High School. This year it's pretty special, what with one of the three plays being written by Hope and also being directed by Bryan! And to top it all off, Sam and Jason will be the two leads. Surprisingly, Belinda (one of Sam's step-sisters) is also cast as a minor character in the play.

Of course, after Belinda is cast, all of the usual drama starts happening. Hope has a fit, and then Belinda's twin sister tries to get involved in the play, too. Plus, all of the rehearsals always have an audience, what with Eric being there for Sam and Drew tagging along behind Eric as usual. Then there's Belinda's sister, Alexis, and then their friend and leader, Holly. All poor Bryan wants to do is help his cast rehearse for the one and only night of the play.

Soon things begin heating up between Sam and Jason, and Eric starts getting really jealous. Then Drew offers to create a painting for the play and actually starts talking to Bryan after their long spell of not being friends. Then there's Gary, who has taken an interest in Bryan ever since he let him become the stage manager.

Will all the drama settle down before the one night of the play? And, most importantly, will the actors even be ready?

I've only read the first book in the DRAMA! series (THE FOUR DOROTHYS) but that really didn't matter. Mr. Ruditis made the fourth book stand alone pretty well. I'm sure he probably did the same for the second and third, as well. This was definitely a great read; the author is such a witty writer who knows how to write a good book. His characters are great and the story just flows off the pages, making this book a really fast and great read.

If you like to laugh, this is the book for you. I swear I was laughing every other page. I highly recommend checking out the DRAMA! series. It's really acting-related and, of course, full of drama -- and that's what makes it so great! ( )
  GeniusJen | Oct 10, 2009 |
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With a Fall One-Act Festival coming, there is a dream team of talent, but will the play work with all the drama.

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