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I have written a number of plays for play festivals, as well as read through hundreds of plays on the internet, and I realized there is gap in the publishing industry where good authors struggle to get their plays published. So I have created an online play publishing company that will publish and sell plays!

Final Conversations – play for drama school

play for drama school

FINAL CONVERSATIONS – PLAY FOR DRAMA SCHOOL

Final Conversations is about a Mother’s regret, wanting to roll back time to attain one perfect moment, one real conversation with her Son before he’s accidentally killed. The set up is simple: one day before school Mother suddenly “knows” that Son has an hour to live. With a “kitchen sink” approach, she attempts to change fate, using comedic often absurd methods to reach Son, none of which alters destiny or brings peace in this play for drama school.

PRODUCTION HISTORY:
Final Conversations was nominated for the John Cauble Outstanding Short Play Competition at The Kennedy Center. It was produced by the Missouri State Theatre, Texas State Univeristy, Lab Theatre and The FronteraFest, at Hyde Park Theatre, Austin, Texas in 2017.

Read about playwright Rita Anderson. Read other plays by Rita – Early Liberty – a drama about a crumbling hotel

Author: Rita Anderson

Type: One act play, play for drama school

Genre: Drama, poignant comedy, dramedy

Cast: 1M 1F

Ages of the actors: A Mother (30’s-40’s) and her teenage son.

Suitable for: Teens up

Length: Thirty minutes

Set: A small kitchen and a front door

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – a nice piece that challenges the actors as they have to be the same characters but in variety of moods over a short period of time. At time the play is humorous but there is always the underlying sadness of knowing the son will ultimately pass away that underlies the comedy.

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Copyright © February 2018 Rita Anderson and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other poignant comedies:

Benny and Boris – ten minute poignant comedy for seniors
Some Unfinished Chaos – poignant comedy about a failing writer and his relationship with his protegee
Memory Palace – a poignant family drama surrounding the family home now being sold.

Lovely to look at – comedy about community theatre

comedy about community theatre

LOVELY TO LOOK AT – COMEDY ABOUT COMMUNITY THEATRE

In community theatre, every actor is the star of the show… or rather every actor has convinced themself of this ‘fact’. In Lovely to Look At, a comedy about community theatre, poor Marvin, the director, has to deal with the egos, the ‘I’m better than these community theatre amateurs’ nonsense and general ‘joy’ that actors drag with them onto every, single production. It’s supposed to be the first rehearsal: the rehearsal that sets the tone, the beginning of a beautiful thing, the match that sets the world on fire but for the last twenty minutes there has been zero rehearsing. Zero. None. Nada.

No doubt creative juices have flown but it seems all the actors have committed to a session of fake discoveries over the phone (Leandra) boozing (Leandra, primarily) and getting fired and rehired in less than five minutes (you got it: Leandra once more). Alright so when it comes to this production, Leandra is the problem but it soon becomes clear that she may lead the way to the solution and embody it (the way that only an actress can) soon enough.

An actor’s work is never finished but your patience may be.

Lovely to look at won a playwriting competition at STAGE LEFT (Salida, Colorado) and was produced by Stage Left in 2016. Read other plays – Nietzche’s nose – comedy about a dysfunctional family by playwright George Freek.

Author: George Freek

Type: One act comedy

Genre: Comedy about community theatre

Cast:  2M, 4F

Ages of the actors: Twenties to Forties

Suitable for: Teens up

Length: Thirty to forty minutes

Set: Marvin’s home – a living room with sofa, coffee table, chairs. A door to the left is an entranceway, and one to the right leads to bedrooms, a washroom, etc. There is a portable bar, near rear center

Level of Difficulty: 7/10 – characterization.

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Copyright © February 2018 George Freek and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other plays about community theatre:

He’s Behind You – a community theatre whodunit comedy
Foulweather friend – two act dark comedy about resurrecting the dead so they can be your audience for your community theatre show!
The Safety officer – one act comedy about a community theatre show going wrong in a very bad way

Jars – drama about love between two women

drama about love between two women

Jars – drama about love between two women

What’s a kiss between friends? For Heely it is everything. Evidence that her feelings for Shyne weren’t a daydream and vice versa. Evidence that their childhood adventures together were as real as the fireflies Heely wants to spend forever after catching, with Shyne at her side… and their dog – as it should be. And evidence that a southern wife’s story can have its roots in the most unlikely soils, roots that ought to decay now that Shyne has her husband aka ‘him,’ roots that are thriving into a forbidden flower as Shyne still ‘visits’ with her ‘old childhood friend’ and a grown flower that basks in the radiating light of the love between two women who were not meant to fall in love. So is the one act drama about love between two women telling the story of Shyne and Heely, called Jars. It is an act of passion, torment and mostly, of hope.

From one to the other, paths had crossed, blood was spilled and they would forever be lovers.

Author: Jordan Morille

Type:  Ten minute drama plays

Genre:  Drama about love between two women

Cast: 2 – F

Ages of the actors: Both are in their thirties

Suitable for: PG 12 (content)

Length: Ten minutes

Set: A treehouse

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – accents – the play is written in a Southern dialect which should be pronounced perfectly if used or not at all.

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Copyright © February 2017 Jordan Morille and Off the Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Others like it:

Carmilla – classic vampire tale of love between two women
Suprises – short one act drama for two women
Juan and Emmett – tragic gay love story

The tell tale teacher – play for middle school

play for middle school

THE TELL TALE TEACHER – PLAY FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL

After a class reads “The Tell Tale Heart” by Edgar Allan Poe, their teacher is called away by the principal and disappears. Strange noises are heard, and the lights go out causing the students to wonder if the school is haunted and if their teacher is ever going to come back. The class must work together to solve the mystery and find their teacher before it is too late in this play for middle school.

This comedy, “The tell tale teacher” was written for the 2016 Virginia Beach Public School’s One Act Play Festival held on November 4-5, and was performed by a cast of students from Virginia Beach Middle School, and earned Superior ratings from all of the judges.

Read other plays by Mary Long – Villains Incorporated – an award winning comedy for middle and high school.

Author: Mary Long

Type: One act play for middle school

Genre: Comedy

Cast: Cast of ten roles, most of which can be adapted for either sex. The janitor and Mr Hyde as well as Troy and Miles are the likely male parts, the rest can be either.

Ages of the actors: 11 up to 15 and possibly three adults which can also be played by younger players.

Suitable for: Kids aged 11-15

Length: Thirty minutes

Set: A typical classroom

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – adventure and excitement.

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Copyright © February 2018 Mary Long and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Others like it:

How we saved our homeroom teacher – play for younger children
Grace will lead me home – a girl goes on a magical quest to find a cure for her mother
Mirror – play for younger teens about a spoiled Princess and a magic mirror she banishes people with

How we Saved our Homeroom Teacher – play for younger children

play for younger children

HOW WE SAVED OUR HOMEROOM TEACHER – PLAY FOR YOUNGER CHILDREN

When the second grade class arrive at school, they find that their teacher, Mrs Harper has vanished. Finding a nasty note on the desk, they realise that she has not only vanished but has been kidnapped! But they have a chance. If they can solve seven puzzles set to them, they may get her back. But they must hurry, before it’s too late.
Will they get their beloved Homeroom teacher back or will the evil Wizard (who incidentally lives next door to the school janitor’s office) win and keep her a prisoner forever in this play for younger children?

The nature of the play is not only to teach children rhyming poetry, but it also features seven puzzles, which are being solved logically by a team of classmates, teaching teamwork manners and thinking logically. It also teaches children to respect their homeroom teachers, as they are the ones teaching them not only all of the main subjects, but also how to work in teams, how to respect each other and how to think logically and not give up, when solving difficult problems.

How we saved our homeroom teacher is a play for younger children in rhyming poetry, aimed at second graders, but if the children playing it speak English as a second language, the play is easily adaptable for third or fourth grade children, according to the judgement of the teacher directing it.

Read other plays by Olga Gavrilova – the best selling King of the Sea.

Author: Olga Gavrilova

Type: One act play

Genre: Rhyming play for younger children

Length: Thirty minutes

Cast: 3M, 6F, 1N. The adult roles can be played by children as well if wished. There are 3 adult roles.

Ages of the actors: Second grade approximately so ages 7-10

Suitable for: Primary school children and children for whom English is a second language

Set: A classroom and the Evil Wizard’s house

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – the amount of lines to remember may be slightly challenging for 6 and 7 year olds but fine for older children closer to 10.

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Copyright © February 2018 Olga Gavrilova and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Others like it:

The Adventures of Mojoe and Snowy in Lochloosa – thirty minute children’s play set in evil alligator country
Brookland’s Bloomin’Cats – children’s musical
Dreidel – Jewish children’s plays

Sexbot – science fiction drama

science fiction drama script

SEXBOT – SCIENCE FICTION DRAMA SCRIPT

In Sexbot, a science fiction drama script in three acts, we are introduced to Pris – an artificial human, engineered with the DNA of famously deceased actress Soledad Xavier, for one purpose and one purpose alone: to make the God Emperor (a superhuman messiah) fall in love with her, at least, according to Viggo, a spy and the only person that Pris has encountered since her awakening.

Pris is the sixth test subject to be given this somewhat thankless job and she comes with the works; she is a lot smarter than her predecessors, she has actual memories of Soledad’s life, a deeper capacity towards emotional intelligence (both inward and outward) and a heightened sense of her innermost feelings, as well as the ability to effectively express them. With all her upgrades, she is seemingly equipped with all the tools that would enable her to successfully seduce the emotionally juvenile God King but Pris has her doubts and fears and while Viggo acknowledges the truths behind her feelings of uncertainty, Pris may be the only option available so that the God Emperor may come to be completely under the cause’s political control.

Sexbot explores the complicated nature of human sexuality, human nature,  the feelings and thoughts surrounding love and the dramatic lengths some will go to exploit it.

Is the purpose of life reserved only for the living?

Author: David Philippe

Type: Three act play

Genre: Science fiction drama script

Cast: 1 – F, 1 – M

Ages of the actors: Adult, one 20’s, the other 20’s – 40’s

Suitable for: Adults to watch and perform

Length: Ninety minutes

Set: A Hotel room on the Planet New Atlantis

Level of difficulty: 8/10 –  three act play in one room for two people – need to maintain the focus of the audience

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Like this play? Others like it:

Robotic love – science fiction drama script about a professor who creates a robot as his dying wish
Next – drama about a killer virus striking a small town
Parade day – play about Roswell, thirty years on

The actors – a comedy about the afterlife

comedy about the afterlife

THE ACTORS – A COMEDY ABOUT THE AFTERLIFE

When Harbo stumbles into an unfamiliar place, dressing gown on and a toothbrush still in his mouth, he is greeted by the most unlikely vision: A Full Barbershop quartet singing at him, who call on celebrities composed (pardon the pun) of pretty famous but also pretty dead people, (such as William Shakespeare) in this comedy about the afterlife.

They bring tidings: He’s dead. Of course he doesn’t believe them, so they go out of their way to prove it to him – first of all by telling him stuff from his life and then be reenacting scenes from it (of which William Shakespeare is terribly critical of, being that way inclined).

Once he has accepted the news, he then gets sorted into whether he’s going to Heaven or Hell and if it’s the former, well, there could be a new opening in the barbershop quartet in his future, if he wants it?

Although the cast is large in this comedy about the afterlife, it would also suit smaller casts where more than one small role can be taken by the same actor.

Read other plays by Alex – The Condition – a comedy about the loony bin.

Author: Alex Emerson Acuff

Type: One act play

Genre: Comedy about the afterlife

Cast: 8 M, 3F, 3N. However the comedy in this play does allow for some gender swapping to occur.

Ages of the actors: Teens to adult

Suitable for: All ages to watch and teens up to perform

Length: 35-40 minutes

Set: Black box stage

Level of difficulty: 7/10 crowd control and characterization.

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Like this play? Other plays about being dead

Death of Gerbil – a dark comedy about being dead and Heaven has lost your paperwork
A Second Chance – a group of dead people are given history changing missions
God Help Us – about the galactic conference where God has been delayed at the end of the world

Adam and Yoshi – award winning one act comedy-drama

award winning one act comedy-drama

ADAM AND YOSHI – AWARD WINNING ONE ACT COMEDY-DRAMA

Trying to pick up the pieces while going through a divorce, Adam moves back in with his mother. The arrangement gives him the liberty and creative freedom to write, as he tries to come to terms with the loss of his other half which interestingly enough coincides with the appearance of Yoshi, his new girlfriend… kind of. Yoshi and Adam have a normal relationship; they met at a comic’s convention, she pops in through his window consistently dressed in the same superhero garb (mask included), they fight and talk and talk while fighting and then they make love in this award winning comedy-drama.

Yoshi’s full name, ‘’Yoshi, Warrior Princess of the Divine Order of Nesparotu of the Kiuan on the planet Darden’’ maintains that she is from the planet Darden and her purpose is to copulate with an Earthling, so as to impregnate her. Okay, so not much of a ”normal” relationship, but this comedy-drama in one act does explore the dynamics that every person in the world goes and grows through when they choose, yet again, to open their hearts.

When Yoshi reveals a shocking truth to Adam he faces a future that is more uneasy than he had anticipated his life would become after his divorce.

ADAM & YOSHI DEVELOPMENT HISTORY

2013 – Play Club West, Los Angeles, CA – Staged Reading
2013 – WINNER – The Make the House Roar Prize for Comedy, The Lionheart Theater of GA.
2013 – McKinney Repertory Theatre Festival, McKinney, TX – Finalist w/ Staged Reading
2013 – New American Playwrights Development Project at the Utah Shakespeare Festival, Cedar City Utah – Finalist w/ 4 Workshop Production followed by audience Q&A sessions.
2015 – Special Workshop Production – The Flea Theater, NYC – Presented by the In-Residence-Director for consideration in the 2015 & 2016 Seasons for the Artistic Director and staff.

Author: Tom Cavanaugh

Type: Full length one act play

Genre: Award winning one act comedy-drama, dramedy.

Cast: Main Characters 1 – M, 1 – F , one offstage voice (his mother)

Ages of the actors: 20’s-30’s

Suitable for: Adults to perform and watch

Length: 90 minutes

Set: Adam’s bedroom with a bed, desk, laptop and an open window

Level of difficulty: 8/10 – a award winning deep play that focuses on character and intent

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Like this play? Other full length dramas for two actors you’ll enjoy:

A Field of Glory – American Civil war Drama
Crossword – British award winning play about a murder
On Golden Wings – play about the composer Giuseppe Verdi

Christopher goes through a breakup – funny one act comedy script

funny one act comedy script

CHRISTOPHER GOES THROUGH A BREAKUP – FUNNY ONE ACT COMEDY SCRIPT

Christopher is devotedly and passionately in love with Quinn, his girlfriend. She is a very goddess and he worships the ground she walks on. So when his room mate Lazlo brings him a simple note stuck under the door saying that she’s dumping him for her Icelandic swimming instructor, Christopher falls apart in this funny one act comedy script. Lazlo, ever the metrosexual modern male tries to feed him comfort food (quinoa, kale, carrots) but unsurprisingly these things just don’t work.

Determined to get her back, Christopher follows Lazlo to a party where Quinn’s sister will be, planning to crash the party and talk Quinn’s sister into persuading her sister to give him one more chance. Unfortunately it’s a dark and stormy night and the two guys find themselves not at ‘O’Leary’s’ pub, but at  a much dodgier ‘O’Leery’s’ pub. With a severe weather warning, the two are forced to spend the evening at the wrong pub with some quite unusual characters including a slightly alcoholic Irish priest and two grumpy old men.

But when an extremely attractive woman enters the bar and it turns out that she’s just dumped her boyfriend, things start to take an abrupt turn…

Author: Aisha Tritle

Type: One act play script

Genre: Funny one act comedy script

Cast: 9M, 2F (some smaller cast members could be cast as women if need be)

Ages of the actors: Adult – main characters late twenties, priest, bartender and other customers middle aged up.

Suitable for: All ages to watch and teens up to perform

Length: 45 minutes

Set: Christopher and Lazlo’s flat/apartment and then the Irish pub, slightly dinghy in appearance.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – very funny script with great chance for comedic characterization

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Like this play? Other plays about breaking up:

For Never, not always – when your husband dumps you at the altar. For the best man
101 ways to dump someone in five minutes
The Perfect Partnership – romantic comedy about a lost puppy and bitchy girlfriend

Eddie – Award winning romantic drama

award winning romantic drama

EDDIE – AWARD WINNING ROMANTIC DRAMA

Eddie’s girlfriend, Maya (actress, big boobs) is about to leave him. ‘About to’ because well she hasn’t done so… just yet. He confides in Sara about this soon-to-be development and it turns out Maya will be dumping Eddie for Sara’s boyfriend Nat (writer/director, interesting hairstyle). It’s all one hot mess and smart as he is, Eddie recognizes it as just that in this award winning romantic drama.

Eddie has a choice now (as he has before): to quietly contemplate his penchant for being involved in (or drawn to) chaotic situations – a memento from his childhood – or engage further in the disorder that this particular situation presents. For Eddie it is easier to drown his emotions and feelings into someone new. Maya, Sara and even an unsuspecting classmate find out the hard way why Eddie is what he is. When his mother’s death sends his already spiralled world into a very real tornado that almost surely spells his end it’s up to them to ‘save him’. Does he love each of them (Maya, Sara, Marni)? Perhaps. Is he using one of them? One or more. Is it all he knows? Sure. And it is not his fault. The question then is, when will it be?

The reality of choosing is that a choice must be made.

Eddie has been workshopped in the Hollywood Fringe Festival and won an encore award in 2015.

Author: David Robinette

Type: Full length play in 20 scenes or screenplay

Genre: Award Winning Romantic drama

Main Characters:
1 – M, 3 – F

Ages of the actors: Young adults – 20’s-30’s

Suitable for: Adults to watch and perform

Length: 100 minutes

Set: Various sets – a patio, art museum, apartment rooms etc. the play can be filmed in these different locations as a screenplay or creatively staged with a clever set. Set in LA and New York.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – lots of conversation. Needs a more intellectual audience.

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Like this play? Other romantic dramas for you to enjoy:

Aldous Remembers – drama about love and forgetting it
Enter Love – contemporary musical
Shadows of life – romantic screenplay with time travel to find your true love

A likely story – five minute comedy filler

five minute comedy filler

A LIKELY STORY – FIVE MINUTE COMEDY FILLER SKETCH

In this five minute comedy filler, Miss Hastings is summoned to the manager’s office after a series of unfortunate events starting with the purchase of twelve expensive cashmere sweaters with tiny buttons. Now the very same twelve expensive cashmere sweaters with tiny buttons result in a chain of events leading to amoungst other things a colleague copping a feel of Miss Hasting’s breast, a large spider, a sexual harassment suit and a run on the store with a mass return of the same cashmere sweaters.

Now what has Miss Hastings to say for herself?

Read about playwright Jean Blasiar. Other short comedy plays – “Read about it” by Jean.

Author: Jean Blasiar

Type: Five minute comedy thriller, one act, comedy sketch

Genre: Comedy, sketch

Cast: 1M 1F

Ages of the actors: M – 40’s, F 20-30’s

Suitable for: All ages to watch and adults up to perform

Length: Five minutes

Set: A desk and chair and a carpet in front of it. A typical office

Level of difficulty: 6/10 – comedic reactions

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Like this play? Other comedy sketches and fillers:

Hell Froze Over – one act comedy sketch about sports
Would you let me finish? Skit for two women
The Duel – Ten Minute Comedy Sketch

No Ordinary Man – serial killer play or screenplay

serial killer play or screenplay

NO ORDINARY MAN – SERIAL KILLER PLAY OR SCREENPLAY

The seconds drag, the minutes are lengthened, the hours stretch into day 1, day 2, day 3… as Billard tries to crack a suspect’s psyche in this serial killer play or screenplay. He goes by the name “Martin,” the suspect that’s up for the murder of multiple women. As the evidence mounts and points conspicuously to Martin, Billard works with and against the clock to get a confession out of the seemingly disturbed prisoner.

‘Disturbed, psychotic, misunderstood or fearless.’ These are words – words that Martin uses to describe himself, and words Billard uses to describe Martin… Once Martin is ‘shockingly’ linked to the systematic, mental and physical abuse of his own daughter, it is just a matter of time before Billard corners him with a plea bargain that will give the victims’ families the peace of mind (if any is possible) that they deserve. To catch a killer is to hold the banner of justice squarely on ones shoulders and Billard may yet succeed in that respect. In the process he may become a victim of Martin too. You win/you die.

Richard Ramirez, known as the Night Stalker, once said, “even psychopaths have emotions.’ A, ‘’Then again, maybe not,’’ was added to Ramirez statement.

Author: Jimmy Cunningham

Type: Full length crime drama that could be produced either as a play or as a screenplay

Genre: Crime drama, serial killer play or screenplay

Length: Two hours

Cast: 3M

Ages of the actors: All adult

Suitable for: Adult audience due to topics discussed.

Set: An interview room in a modern police station.
Anywhere in the world.

Level of difficulty: 8/10 – most of the play takes place between two characters – needs two skilled actors to bring the play to a climax and hold the audience.

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Like this play? Other serial killer plays, plays about murder and crime dramas

The Promise – three act drama script about a wife locked in a room. But is she sick or is she dead?
The Case of Ivan Kane – serial killer short script
Crossword – British award winning play about a murder

Undressed – monologue about being a stripper

monogue about being a stripper

UNDRESSED – MONOLOGUE ABOUT BEING A STRIPPER

Nobody chooses to be a stripper or hooker. In most cases, girls (or guys) end up doing it because they’re trying to make ends meet. But they all have their big dreams. In Zoey’s case, she writes music and is just waiting for her big break. In this monologue about being a stripper cum hooker, Zoey is determined to make enough money this New Years so she volunteers to work on the day that nobody really wants to be working. The bar is eerily quiet, and the only customer is a bald man none of the girls want but who they are all determined to get some money out of. Then Zoey sees him – sitting at the end of the bar. He gorgeous and a music producer as well.

But what will happen. Will Zoey finally realise her dream or get her heart broken?

Read other female monologues by Macee Binns – Static – a short comedy monologue for a female about working out.

Author: Macee Binns

Type: Monologue about being a stripper

Genre: Drama

Length: Ten minutes

Cast: 1F

Ages of the actor: Twenties to forties

Set: An empty club on New Year’s Eve. A bar table and two chairs are
set on the stage.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – characterization – the exhausted and exploited yet beautiful look.

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Copyright © December 2017 Macee Binns and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this monologue? Other monologues that may suit you:

After the pyre – male monologue about picking up the pieces
Finding my Root – South African monologue about rape
The Any key – male monologue about life in the big city

A House of dolls – script about a crazy family

script about a crazy family

A HOUSE OF DOLLS – SCRIPT ABOUT A CRAZY FAMILY

In this script about a crazy family, Delilah, a young girl studying at college makes a big mistake by inviting her study partner (who just happens to be a boy) round to her house to study together.

Now the females in Delilah’s family, the ‘Austen girls’ are basically made up of women who in their own words “Love men who then break their hearts and leave them!” Besides this tragic characteristic, they all share another – they are beautifully made up and very concerned with their appearances to the point where Delilah’s granny, mother and sister all look very similar, like dolls even. Their world is an old fashioned one – titivate yourself, meet the man of your dreams and get married. That’s what the Austen women do. The fact that Delilah is a physics major baffles them and the fact that she doesn’t want to take over the family hairdressing salon is equally puzzling.

But the real problem for them is that Delilah seems to be making no effort to catch a man. So when she actually brings one round to the house, Heaven help him!

Other comedies by playwright James Hanson – The Fence – a comedy about guys and girls

Author: James Hanson

Type: One act play, ten minute play

Genre: Comedy, script about a crazy family

Cast: 4F, 1M

Ages of the actors: 3 teens or early twenties, 1 forties, 1 seventies

Suitable for: All ages to watch and teens up to perform

Set: The living room in the perfect house.

Length: Ten Minutes

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – comedic characterization.

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Like this play? Other funny plays about bringing boys home:

Mother – a comedy about being politically correct
Moose Tracks – a dark comedy about your evil family, your boyfriend and of course the Moose on the wall
Love in the time of Tourette’s – one act romantic comedy. Bastard.

North fork – script about brothers loving the same girl.

script about brothers loving the same girl

North Fork – drama script about brothers loving the same girl

It’s summer on the East End of Long Island, a magical time for everyone, especially the young.  Joe and David are local boys, born and raised in Laurel. Even though New York City is only 90 miles away they have only been there a couple of times, to the zoo or a baseball game. Summers for teenagers on the North Fork are spent on the beach, in the water, hanging out with friends and making new friends with the summer rental “city folk” in this script about brothers loving the same girl.

This summer David and Joe have  fallen in love with Angela, a brown eyed girl renting next door. The matriarch of the family, Nana, sees what’s happening and senses a “storm” brewing. She warns Joseph not to interfere with his younger brother.

He doesn’t listen to her and one day Joe and Angela disappear. They are found days later in Montauk. Angela’s father threatens to have Joe charged with statutory rape. He’s innocent, but it is agreed by the families that Joe be sent away to live with relatives. David can’t forgive him. This causes a split in the family until they meet again, another summer 20 years later

Read other scripts by Timothy Brown – Irish Jack – Script about falling in love with a girl outside your culture

Author: Timothy Brown

Genre: Drama script about brothers loving the same girl

Type: One act play

Cast: Cast of 9, 4F 5M. Two of the characters are young and older versions of themselves.

Ages of the actors: Teen and adult

Suitable for: All ages to watch and teens upward to perform

Length: Forty minutes

Set: The Beach House, Laurel NY

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – past and present.

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Cost is $6.50 for this previously performed digital play script

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