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Bit Players, Bullies and Righteous Rebelsby S. M. Stevens
December 7, 2012
Sadie Perkins just wants the Crudup High drama club's spring musical to go smoothly, but the original production of "Wuthering Heights: A Modern Tragedy" is threatened when an anonymous texter starts bullying Sadie's gay friend Foster, the lead in the play. And Sadie's boyfriend Alex is suddenly acting homophobic, making Sadie wonder if she really knows him at all. On top of that, she has to add a controversial, secret song-and-dance number to the show behind the director's back, to impress the professor from the Yale School of Drama. Find out how it all ends up in this sequel to "Bit Players, Has-Been Actors and Other Posers". Bit Players is one of the only Young Adult series set in the theatre world. More theatre resources are available at www.BitPlayers.me and the Bit Players Pinterest page.