IF GOD ATE FRIED CHICKEN – SHORT COMEDY SCRIPTS
If God Ate Fried Chicken is the story of Father Seacrest and Sister Blanche, secretly out on a date together to a chicken joint. Little do they know that fate has other plans for them, as uninvited outing guests begin showing up one after another, ending in the two of them hiding in the kitchen of the restaurant, and the police being called. By the end of it, all, it’s going to take a little divine intervention to keep things going even further south.
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Dedication: “This script is dedicated to the one-and-only Savanah Jillani, whose winding, farcical stories of her own homeschooling inspire much of the aesthetic of the work. While as far as I know she’s never accidentally held-up a fried chicken restaurant, it all does not seem too far off, however, a bit unlikely though, seeing as she’s a vegetarian.”
Genre: Short Comedy Scripts
Type: One Act Plays
Length: Fifteen Minutes, 15 min.
Number of Actors: Eight minimum but more can be used
Ages of the actors: Some teenagers and up.
Suitable for: All ages
Set: A counter at a typical fried chicken outlet
Level of Difficulty: 6/10 – easy script – crowding onstage.
Cost is $8 for this digital script
Copyright February 2014 Timothy Starnes and Off The Wall Play Publishers
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