A BLIND DATE – ONE ACT ROMANTIC COMEDY
In this one act romantic comedy, two ungainly misfits meet on a blind date. Each are “turned off” by each other’s appearance and odd behaviors. By chance, Skip, reads a line from Yeats and when Eileen completes it, they discover that they have much in common.
” A Blind Date” – a short one act romantic comedy, was performed at the 13th St. Repertory Theatre in NYC, The Mountain Stage Company in Hendersonville, NC. and it was a finalist at the Boston Playhouse Marathon, Boston, MA. Read more about Elliot Baker
The author will allow workshopping of this play.
Author: Elliot Baker
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Type: Short One Act Play
Length: Eighteen 18 minutes
Number of actors: Two – a 2 hander, two hander 1M, 1F
Ages of actors: 20s to 30s, 20-30
Suitable for: All ages
Set: A messy living room
A beaten-down brown sofa with an assortment of pillows, a coffee table with a few poetry books, a waste paper basket and a portable CD player with CDS piled next to it. Scattered on the floor are newspapers and magazines. On the wall, is a print of abstract art which is off-center.
Cost is $10 for this digital script
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