AN ORDINARY MAN – A COMEDY ABOUT BEING A WEREWOLF
Jack, is a run of the mill kind of guy. He is married, lives in the suburbs and pays his taxes. It’s not his fault he’s a werewolf, and to be honest, he’s kind of tired of the whole thing, really. His wife, Judy is quite pragmatic about his little problem, and thinks he should just come out to his friends. And take his pills. Things aren’t helped by the fact that his best friend, Simon has recently been bitten by a vampire and is now one. When his friend comes clean about being a vampire, and mentions he has potentially heard of a cure for them both, Jack leaps at the chance. But is it really a cure?
Read about playwright S Rob.
Author: S Rob
Genre: Comedy about being a werewolf
Type: One act play
Length: Thirty minutes 30 min
Number of actors: Four 3M, 1F
Ages of the actors: Three twenties to thirties, 20-30s, one older male.
Suitable for:All ages
Set: A living room in a normal house
Level of Difficulty: 6/10 – easy script, but few stage directions.
Cost is $6
Cost is £4.50
Copyright December 2013 Simon Robson and Off The Wall Play Publishers
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