THE OUTLAWS – COMEDY ABOUT THE
When good in laws go bad, it gets ugly!
Meet Jill and Michael; an average young couple who plan to get married soon – next month to be precise…but not if Jill’s father Dick and her grandfather Henry can stop it. You see they are not too
fond of Michael. They are not too sure what it is they don’t like about him, perhaps his soon-to-be profession (you see dear Michael’s studying theology) or maybe it’s his bishop for a father, Tom,
and/or his equally bishop-y wife, Connie. In two acts, Henry and Dick are dead set on taking this marriage down and soon enough, Tom ends up joining forces with them. With their wives Beth,
Emily and Connie caught in the middle, every single parental figure in this comedy about the in laws is taught a lesson they should very well know by now: young love, it cannot be stopped.
Author: Jean Blasiar
Type: Two-act play
Genre: Comedy about the in laws, comedy about religious in laws
Cast: Main Characters: 4 – M, 4 – F
Ages of the actors: Adult, 2 young, 4 middle aged, 2 older
Length: One hour
Suitable for: All ages
Set: A living room/den, kitchen and a patio.
Level of difficulty: 7/10 – character based and situational comedy
Cost is $7.50 for this editor’s choice digital play script.
Copyright © May 2017 Jean Blasiar and Off The Wall Play Publishers
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