Twinkle Little Star

Twinkle Little Star

4 chapters / 11527 words

Approximately about 1 hour to read


Noah can't imagine his life without Dakota, a girl born on the same day as him in an adjoining hospital room. But then the unthinkable happens on their nineteenth birthdays...



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almost 3 years ago Rachel D. said:

Aw, this was indeed heart wrenching, and as the writer you must have had some difficulty finishing the ending because you must have gotten attached to your characters! I love the character of Dakota, she's awesome. Nice job, I love it!!



about 5 years ago Ryan Price said:

I really this. This was very well written and it actually brought me into the scenes. I could imagine the scene in the tether ball court, I could imagine the cemetery, I could imagine the car running into the deer. This was just....great. I am an actor and as I was reading this, I just saw everything being acted on stage. I have critiqued a few original scripts and this is definitely one of the best that I have read. Thank you for this beautifully painful script.


almost 6 years ago Amanda K. Thompson said:

Oh my gosh, I actually need a minute to recover after reading that. That was incredible, beautiful. I would love to see that preformed, though I would have to sit in the back row with a very large box of Kleenex.

I loved the way it was written, with just the two of them acting out the different portions of their lives. It really hit home. The dialogue -back and forth, and simultaneous- was seamless and poetic. Your use of the stage and just the few characters was brilliant. You are truly a playwright.

Scene One has to be my favorite. I absolutely love Noah and Dakota as kids -the swearing bit was hysterical; I hearted it right then- and their growth and development was very realistic.

Scene Two was heartrending. It was raw and emotional. I'll admit the talk of smart monkeys and evolution did put me off, but it definitely drove the point in like a jagged blade. I loved it, and I hated it. (The block of text was hard to follow, but I understand that this is mostly due to Figment's formatting.)

Scene Three -it was the perfect ending. It was depressing and hopeful and so true. Beautifully done.

I honestly cannot say enough good things about this. I laughed, I cried; it moved me. Suffice to say, your work here is done. Well, almost. Now you just need to get it on stage.