Gorgeous – one act comedy about an audition

one act comedy about an audition

GORGEOUS – ONE ACT COMEDY ABOUT AN AUDITION

In this one act comedy about an audition, a young and nervous Bimmy comes to audition for a part in a play that is being produced by an actress she has always admired. It turns out though that Bimmy’s admiration has been sorely misplaced and her idol is, in fact, an opinionated, boozy woman who used to be famous but now is, to put it frankly, a bitch named Babette. The only thing that really matters to Babette is her elderly pooch, named Gorgeous who also attends the audition. Together Babette and her sister, Claudette put Bimmy through the audition from hell, all the while directing loud comments to the dog about the shocking quality of the actresses auditioning for the part. Bimmy makes it through the audition and emerges stronger for it, if slightly unemployed.

A nice piece for four women in which the main character can grow from nervous and shy into a confident young woman.

Author: Drogheda Woods

Genre: Comedy about an audition

Type: One act play

Cast: 4F and a stuffed dog. The first F is a smaller part.

Ages of the actors: Two middle aged, round fifty and the others can be younger.

Suitable for: All ages

Length: Twenty minutes

Set: The action takes place in an audition space. Babette and Solange sit in one section of the theatre seats while conducting auditions. Babette has a coffee mug and a big bottle of gin which she keeps in an garish oversized handbag. Two bowls are on the floor for the dog. Several dog toys are scattered about.

Level of difficulty: 6/10 – a fun comedy in which characterization plays a large role in the humour.

Read a Sample of the Script




Cost is $5.50 for this new digital comedy play

Contact Off The Wall Plays with any queries about Gorgeous

Copyright © September 2016 Drogheda Woods and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Have a look at our similar plays:

The Dane – ten minute comedy about an audition for Hamlet
Bob – minute comedy sketch about an audition
Meeting Meryl – play about being so nervous about auditioning for Meryl Streep that you turn down the part and your father comes back from the dead to make you do it.

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