What you have here is a whole bunch of new plays written by the teenaged playwright. Writing for teens can be difficult if you're no longer of a “certain age.” And as much as I pride myself into thinking that I am young and hip and cool . . . the fact of the matter is, I'm not sixteen anymore. That's probably a good thing. But to write material for this age group can be challenging. So I went to the source. The plays found here are written by playwrights fourteen to twenty years old. The subject matters are diverse, the voices are distinct, and the eclectic genres will provide considerable challenges for young actors.