ANTIBIOTIC – A HOSPITAL COMEDY SCRIPT IN TWO ACTS
In this hospital comedy script in two acts, Wally, who is an elderly man and a member of the great unwashed, creates havoc in the male ward, whilst an unfortunate male patient who is having a problem with his genitals is placed in the female ward due to overcrowding. Back in the female ward, the patients discover that two of them know the same man (rather well) and only one of them is married to him!
This play is set in New Zealand but the content is universal and will be giggled at by audiences throughout the world.
Author: Keith Passmore
Genre: Hospital comedy script, medical comedy script
Type: Two-act play, 2 act play
Length:Two hours, 2 hr)
Cast: 15-20 actors, fifteen to twenty
Ages of actors: Ages Twenty to Seventy 20s-70s
Suitable for: All Ages
Set: Two hospital wards – the beds stay the same but the patients change as the lights go up and down.
Cost is $6
Copyright August 2013 Keith Passmore and Off The Wall Play Publishers
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