START: CALLUM (to audience). Since Lynn...

Noughts & Crosses

Callum McGregor Lynette McGregor

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START: CALLUM (to audience). Since Lynny and Jude’s fight, neither of them had spoken to each other. Not a word. That evening, as I was finishing my homework, there was a knock at my bedroom door…

LYNETTE. It’s me. Can I come in?

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END: LYNETTE. Just remember, when you’re floating up and up in your bubble, that bubbles burst. The higher you climb, the further you have to fall.

Malorie Blackman & Dominic Cooke, Noughts & Crosses, NHM Modern Plays, electronic edition, 2014, pp.36-39.

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