In the drink – one act plays 1M 1F

one act comedy play for 1M 1F

IN THE DRINK – ONE ACT PLAYS 1M 1F

A melodramatic comedy about the founder of a new brand of cherry cola  and his not so charming wife who are living the life of the rich and famous. This, despite the fact that their new cherry cola has caused a public stir by setting the tongues of people who drink it on fire. But…. in doing that it has brought in a lot of new business for the local dentists and doctors.  The investors are therefore very happy, so they are too.  So they’ll carry on drinking their absinthe and gin. Just not their cola.

In the Drink was originally performed at the University of North Carolina at
Charlotte’s 24/7 Play Festival. Read more about playwright Timothy Starnes.  Other off beat comedies by Timothy Starnes.

A dedication to the original cast: ‘As Lord Cynhardt would say, you can put anything into a drink. Peppermint, butterscotch extract, cigarette ashes, tears of orphans, brown sugar, medical waste and even bits of your enemies. However, you cannot simply mix in any and everything for a theatrical production that won’t get you run out of town. This script is dedicated to the original Lord and Lady Cynhardt, Hoke Pittman and Piper Parks, along with director Ryan Fay, who all worked tirelessly in a timespan of not long enough to host and clean up a dinner party in order to shape the version you see today.’

Author: Timothy Starnes

Genre: Comedy, melodrama

Type: One act plays 1M 1F

Number of actors: Two 1M 1F

Ages of the actors:  30’s up

Suitable for: All ages

Set: Living room of an upmarket home.

Level of difficulty:  8/10 – achieving the melodramatic tones without going overboard.

Read a Sample of the Script




Cost is $6

Contact Off The Wall Plays with any queries about In The Drink

Royalty information for In the Drink

© August 2014 Timothy Starnes and Off The Wall Play Publishers

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