METG TOGETHER 2021

Thank you to all of the schools who participated in our METG Together 2021 Festival - whether in person or virtually! We are thrilled to announced the METG Together 2021 All Star Company!

CLICK HERE to see the METG Together 2021 All Star Company!


We are excited to share our finalists and winners from the 2021 Sherwood Collins Playwriting Contest and the Monologue Writing Contest.

Please use the links below to view the recordings!

Sherwood Collins Playwriting Contest:

First Place - Homecoming by Cal Russell, Wayland High School CLICK HERE to view!

Second Place - The 116th Wall by Nicole Ceriani, Wellesley High School CLICK HERE to view!

Honorable Mention - A Dating History by Lucy Calcio, Wellesley High School CLICK HERE to view!

Honorable Mention - Lavender Menace by Eve Jones and Phoebe Kallaher, Brookline High School CLICK HERE to view!

Honorable Mention - Consent for Jubilance by Madeleine Yu-Phelps, Cambridge Rindge and Latin CLICK HERE to view!

Honorable Mention - Astrohumanities (scene one) by Connor Ryan, Bourne High School CLICK HERE to view!

Monologue Writing Contest: CLICK HERE to view all winners and finalists!

High School Winners:

MALHEUREUSE by Izzy Desmarais, BMC Durfee High School

Listening by Emerson Clarke, Dartmouth High School

Dead on Arrival by Bridget Rushing, Notre Dame Academy Hingham

High School Honorable Mention:

Unshackled by Miranda Cartee, Duxbury High School

Detention by Hannah Curhan, Buckingham, Browne & Nichols

O Cousin Robert by Romen Der Manuelian, The Commonwealth School

Cat Nap by Colleen Walters, Mansfield High School*

In Sickness by No'e Staley, The Springfield Conservatory of the Arts*

Middle School Winners:

Take Me Home Tonight by Jocelyn Berry, Walsh Middle School

Crush by Grace Hinkle, Stony Brook Middle School

Middle School Honorable Mention:

Panic of a Summer Day by Naomi Mostoslavsky, The Rashi School

Math Homework by Kate Krueger, Weston Middle School

Not Titled by Alex Irwin, Wayland Middle School

*video not included in montage


Shows will be available to stream all day on the METG Vimeo page on their scheduled day. The links will be posted to this page each day.

CLICK HERE for the METG Together 2021 Digital Program

Scroll to today's date to find the links to view!

SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 2021:

Lynn Classical High School - An Undisclosed Location by Ed Monk

Malden Catholic High School - Help Desk by Don Zolidis

MONDAY, JUNE 7, 2021:

Wayland High School - Love Alone by Deborah Salem Smith

Disclaimer: This production involves themes of grief and death of a family member.

Cameron Middle School - CDPAUQ, devised by the cast

St. John’s Prep - The Four of Us by Itamar Moses

Disclaimer: Contains mild adult language.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 2021:

Winthrop High School - Spoon River Anthology, based on poems by Edgar Lee Masters

Lynn English High School - Bulldog Pride, original piece created by the cast

*This show will be shared via a YouTube link.*

John W. Wynn Middle School - The Monologue Show (From Hell) by Don Zolidis

THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 2021:

The Rashi School - The Seussification of Romeo and Juliet by Peter Bloedel

Burncoat High School - Home Is Where the Art Is by the Burncoat Drama Club

Disclaimer: This production contains mature subject matter. Topics discussed within the production are: death, substance abuse, and bullying.

The Commonwealth School - Four Short Works by Sophie Fullerton, Avery Selk, Haley Nelson, Madison Mondeaux

Disclaimer: Death and violence mention/flashing images for “The Accident”.

FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 2021:

Notre Dame Academy - Hingham (Middle School) - Check, Please! by Jonathan Rand

Leominster High School - Kodachrome by Adam Szymkowicz

Dedham High School - Macbeth, Adaptation by Erica Schmidt

Disclaimer: This production contains fake blood, on stage violence and death.

Fuller Middle School - Badger by Don Zolidis

MONDAY, JUNE 14, 2021:

Buckingham Browne & Nichols Middle School - The Rocky Junction Rumor by Christa Crewdson

Norwood High School - Friends and Family by Don Nigro and Ensemble

Cambridge School of Weston - The 39 Steps: A Live Radio Play by Joe Landry

Disclaimer: This film contains a gunshot sound effect.

TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 2021:

Notre Dame Academy - Hingham (High School) - The 146 Point Flame by Matt Thompson

Disclaimer: The 146 Point Flame is a dramatized presentation of historical events. While the individual characters and stories of our show are crafted by the playwright, we honor the memory of those who died by presenting this piece with truth and dignity. As such, this show contains the following: Content Note/Trigger Warning: Workplace abuse and harassment, retaliation and retribution against women and immigrants, descriptions of emotional, physical, and domestic abuse, graphic descriptions of fire and death by suicide. Please use care in discerning whether viewing this show is suitable for you.

Pickering Middle School - The Audition: Stay-At-Home-Edition by Don Zolidis

Duxbury High School - Who Am I This Time? by Aaron Posner

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 2021:

Braintree High School - A Selection of One Acts by Anton Chekov

Stony Brook Middle School - Baalzebub by Rachel Atkins

Hanover High School - 4AM by Jonathan Dorf

Disclaimer: This production contains references to suicide.

THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 2021:

Ursuline Academy - All I Really Need to Know I Learned by Being in a Bad Play by Werner Trieschmann

Breed Middle School - Letters From Home by the Breed Drama Club

Eagle Hill School - Our Last Summer by Collette Barnett

Disclaimer: This show contains adult language and themes.

FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 2021:

Woburn High School - Help Desk: A Stay-At-Home Play by Don Zolidis CLICK HERE to view!

The Sage School - Box by Lindsay Price CLICK HERE to view!

Walsh Middle School - The Emperor's New Clothes, Adaptation from the Starbright Foundation CLICK HERE to view!


The METG Together Virtual Festival is sponosored in part by the Mass Cultural Council and The Clark School.

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Clark School is thrilled to sponsor the M.E.T.G Virtual Festival! Clark School is a K through 12 independent private school, with both in-person and remote learning opportunities available. Clark School provides strong offerings in technology, visual and performing arts and has a variety of fun summer programs available to the public. Clark invites high school age students to participate in a two-week summer drama mini festival, where students have the opportunity to perform in-person one act plays!

The two-week program runs July 26th - August 6th, Monday-Friday,
9AM-3PM (including Saturday, August 7th, 9am-3pm) and is designed for
the student interested in an intensive theater program.

The show must go on this summer at Clark! Learn more and sign-up now
on clarkschool.com/summer-drama-festival.

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