WAITING – TWO HANDER ONE ACT PLAYS
A short snappy comedy set in the queue where two people, a slightly nerdy guy and a prim, but ordinary woman are waiting to go to the toilet in a crowded shopping mall. Why do woman take so long to go to the loo? What are they really doing inside the cubicles? A dry comedy that takes the battle of the sexes to infinity and beyond.
Waiting – a two hander one act comedy is being staged by the Crouch End Players as part of the annual Crouch End arts festival in North London in June 2014.
Author: Claire Demmer
Type: Two hander one act plays
Length: Twenty-Twenty five minutes, 20-25 mins
Number of actors: Two, 1M 1F any age
Suitable for: PG 10 – mild language
Set: Simple – can be a black box set, possibly with a toilet sign
Level of Difficulty: 7/10 – not allowing the play to become static as it is simply a conversation between two people in a queue.
Cost is $6 for this staged play
Copyright May 2014 Claire Demmer and Off The Wall Play Publishers
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