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The Romantics and A Funny Thing, click below under "New Album," 1st and 3rd screens

Comedies performed by the International Drama Club at Southern New Hampshire University:


The Video


A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Dorm:
The football hero arrives!


For an in-class performance, go to:
This short play is performed as a listening comprehension exercise. After the play is performed once, questions are asked. If students can't answer the questions, parts of the performance are replayed until the students understand the section. The actors replay as many times as necessary.