Moose tracks – a dark comedy script

dark comedy script

MOOSE TRACKS – A DARK COMEDY SCRIPT

Skyler Pressman is bringing her new boyfriend Johnny to meet her grandparents, who raised her like a daughter. The only thing Skyler forgot to mention to Johnny was that he is actually “Boyfriend #9” and that the other eight ex-boyfriends disappeared under mysterious circumstances just after meeting Skyler’s overly-protective grandfather Harvey, the retired dentist and outdoor enthusiast/hunter. Can Johnny win the approval of Harvey before the night is over or will his head end up as just another trophy on the wall, right next to a peculiar moose? Find out in Moose Tracks, the new comedy adventure by Mark Aloysius Kenneally.

Moose tracks received an honorable mention in the 2015 McLaren Memorial Comedy Play Writing Competition.

Read about playwright Mark Kenneally. Other plays (Ribbit – a comedy about a teenage girl looking for a real life prince) by Mark.

Author: Mark Keneally

Genre: Dark comedy script

Type: Two act dark comedy

Length: 120 minutes (Two hours)

Cast: 3F 2M and a moose

Ages of the actors: Three older actors, two in their twenties and the voice of the moose

Suitable for: All ages

Set: Three room set: a dining room stage right, a living room next to it center stage and an office next to that stage left in a lavish, overly-ritzy, yet extremely old-fashioned mansion. A car is also needed, but can be imagined.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – fun play with nice characters

Read a Sample of the script




Cost is $7 for this editor’s choice digital play script

Contact Off The Wall Plays with any queries about Moose Tracks

Copyright © April 2016 Mark Kenneally and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Other full length dark and zany comedies on Off The Wall Plays:

Death’s no laughing matter – comedy about an actress who strikes a bargain with death
Pirate appreciation day – comedy script about moderrn day pirrates. Arrgh!
The Heirs – British comedy script about a dead old gal and her will that spites everybody

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