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Where’s Mr M – two act science fiction playscript

WHERE’S MR M? TWO ACT SCIENCE FICTION PLAYSCRIPT

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Is it a conspiracy? Or just a product of an overactive imagination? In the United States, a secret corporation exists whose sole aim is to to foster the United State’s utter dependence on fossil fuels.

They’re greedy, corrupt and have absolute power. To do whatever they want. They control the government. And they’re building vast underground concentration camps connected by a railway network in which to incarcerate all opponents. Or are they? Workers on the project who become suspicious or even curious disappear without a trace as do many of their contacts outside the project. Other contacts are subjected to physical or mental psychological programming or are harassed by the police. But it can’t be true? Surely? What’s true and isn’t is hotly debated by the characters in the play. But don’t let your suspicions get too public. Or you might just …..

Greg Miller discovers their secret, one  that threatens the existence of the entire human race. But what he does not anticipate is how much of a pawn he has become in the mother of all mass mind control missions. It is up to Greg to save the world although he can barely save his marriage, and as time starts to slip through his fingers he must face the facts that time itself was his undoing long before he knew what he knows now…

Where’s Mr M is a two act science fiction playscript with creepy Orwellian overtones. It shows the possibility of there being something far more sinister than people think out there, governing everyone’s daily lives. The sub-plots contribute to the development of the play as the characters argue amongst themselves as to the validity of their suspicions and fall foul of the plotters. But, is it real or is it a nightmare? Even at the end one is never quite sure. The sub-plots will each strike a chord with different audience members thus generating a lot of robust discussion afterwards.

Author: John-Paul Brennan

Genre: Science fiction playscript

Type: Two-act play, screenplay (The play has been workshopped on stage but is written in the style of a screen play so can easily fit into both genres)

Cast: 2M 1F main cast. Many smaller roles (at least twenty) exist throughout the play. They can also be played by more than one actor.

Ages of the actors: Teenage to adult.

Suitable for: All ages

Length: 90 minutes

Set: If produced as a stage play, a black box set is advised because of the scene changes, possibly with back projection to set the new scene and do the effects.

Level of difficulty: 8/10 The play requires a largish cast and, because of the frequent scene changes, imaginative and competent set designers.

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Copyright © August 2016 John-Paul Brennan and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other sci fi, political and conspiracy theory plays for your enjoyment:

Shadow Government – tense political thriller script
2093 – science fiction screenplay set in the year 2093
Boy – 1 – science fiction play for teens

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The Confederation of Radically Altered People (C.R.A.P.)- superhero play script

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THE CONFEDERATION OF RADICALLY ALTERED PEOPLE – SUPERHERO PLAY SCRIPT

The Confederation of Radically Altered People takes place in Tyler City in the present day and age. Superheroes exist and the city is protected by the Alliance of Justice against super villains and normal criminals alike. But what would it be like to have a useless or inconsequential “super” ability in a world of real heroes? Dave, the protagonist, has the ability to feel into the minds of others and give them a sharp pain similar to an ice cream headache. After starting a support group for similar people Dave and his compatriots are thrust into the roles of unlikely saviors when a new powerful arch-villain abducts and imprisons the Alliance of Justice.

“Brain-Freeze,” as Dave is soon known by, saves the day along with his six teammates which includes a person who can rewind time in 15 second increments (“Rewind”), a woman who can channel super strength, but always at a cost (“Side Effect”), as well as others who use their own special abilities to triumph over evil.

The Confederation of Radically Altered People was produced at Laney High School for a three night run last spring and had a very successful production as well as being previewed at the All County Play festival held by New Hanover County.

Author: Brent Holland

Type: Two-act play

Genre: Superhero play script, sci-fi comedy

Cast: 9M 13F (can also be produced with 7M 6F 9N)

Ages of the actors: Teen to adult

Suitable for: All ages

Length: Two hours

Set: Various – The Alliance of Justice, a restaurant, the street, a conference. The set is at the director’s discretion and backdrops/projections can be used or simple furnishings to suggest scene changes.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – action – making fights with characters with superpowers look real

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Copyright © January 2016 Brent Holland and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other play scripts like it:

Luke Warm – an offensive but bizarre superhero beats villain comedy script
Explain the Handcuffs – a time travel adventure – Frank’s obsession with inventing the time machine is just the latest thing driving his wife mad, until he catapults them both forward to the future
Wotcha! Gotcha! Steampunk panto in which Alice is transported to an alternate universe

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Resilience – French resistance screenplay

French resistance screenplay

RESILIENCE – FRENCH RESISTANCE SCREENPLAY SET IN WORLD WAR TWO GERMANY

When you’ve lost everything because of war, revenge is a dish best served in blood.

‘Blut und Ehre’ or Blood and Honour, are no doubt firmly intertwined in this war-time tale of a man’s
hunt for freedom, love and self-identity. When Sebastian Moreau, editor in chief of a newspaper in WWII occupied Paris, refuses a request made by his childhood friend Marcel, his simple enough
world unravels into nothing he ever imagined.

Jailed for a “propaganda crime” against the Reich, Sebastian makes use of his only invaluable weapon: the German language. Miraculously escaping bondage he becomes an ally in Germany to those who have helped him survive and seeks to turn the tables on the regime that has ruined Europe. In pursuit of his mission to survive, above all else, he cannot help but wonder of his sister’s fate, the future of his beloved France, incidentally his future as a Frenchman and Marcel…who will surely pay the price for ripping a man’s world apart.

Read about playwright Lauren Ennis Other screenplays (Straight to the top – prohibition screenplay) by Lauren.

Author: Lauren Ennis

Genre: Thriller, action, world war 2, French resistance

Main Cast: 7M and 2F

Ages of the actors: Adult

Suitable for: PG 10

Length: Two and a half hours long

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – achieving a ‘period’ feel

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Cost is $30

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Copyright © December 2015 Lauren Ennis and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this screenplay? Other action based screenplays that we stock:

A fighting chance – screenplay about the Spanish civil war
Iron willed – world war two screenplay sent in Germany
Mersey Boys – screenplay about the Beatles

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Forgotten – two act fantasy play for high school

 

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FORGOTTEN – TWO ACT FANTASY PLAY FOR HIGH SCHOOL – what happened after Neverland?

Gwendolyn is a young schoolgirl plagued by recurring dreams of an imaginary place and time, not of this earth. Despite her best efforts to control her dreams, they are becoming more real and frequent than ever. But when she wakes up, she cannot remember anything at all, other than a fear of falling. When she sleepwalks and almost falls to her death, her school decide to send her home again. Once home she is sent to a specialist doctor for treatment to try to cure of of her mysterious illness that is causing her nightmares.

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But it seems that the imaginary place is very real indeed. Gwendolyn is “Wendy” and she dreams of a very real Neverland. Peter Pan has left Neverland to try and find her, risking the lives of all the people who live there, including the infamous Captain Hook. For Neverland cannot survive without Peter Pan. Hook, desperate to save Neverland, and of course himself, has followed Peter back to our world to find Wendy and to make her forget once and for all.

“Forgotten” is an exploration of J.M. Barrie’s classic children’s story, “Peter Pan” and poses the question of whether it was simply a story, a figment of Wendy’s imagination or a real place. In the 21st century we are accustomed to the concepts of time travel and alternate universes. This fantasy play for high school cleverly switches between, so to speak, the alternate Earths in the story.

A fun play that mixes pirates and adventure with 1906 England. I thoroughly recommend it! Altaire Gural, the playwright is a member of the playwright’s guild of Canada. 

Have a look at a sample of the play on Youtube

Author: Altaire Gural

Genre: Fantasy, fairytale play script

Type: Two-act play

Cast: Large cast – suitable for high school or community theatre productions. 13F 17M and many smaller parts of either gender

Ages of the actors: Children to adult actors

Length: Two hours long

Suitable for: All ages

Set: The set alternates between a school, Wendy’s home, and Neverland, where Peter pan lives and a pirate ship

Level of difficulty: 7/10 Frequent set changes will need good back-stage work. The characters don’t have difficult parts, the story carries the play. Wendy requires more ability than the other characters.

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Copyright © November 2015 Altaire Gural and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other full length fantasy plays in stock:

Dr George’s magnificent Zeppelin – a musical play
Wotcha! Gotcha! Steam punk Alice in Wonderland pantomime
The Robber Baron and the Baker thief – teen medieval adventure play

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Wotcha! Gotcha! Steam Punk Funny Pantomime

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WOTCHA! GOTCHA! STEAM PUNK FUNNY PANTOMIME

In this zany but extremely funny steam punk pantomime script, loosely based on Alice in Wonderland, Alice Liddell is kidnapped by the villains Mad Hat and Moriarty and taken through the looking glass to an alternate universe and imprisoned in their Dirigible because they want to take over her world and they have a cunning plan to get their way.

Her friends Dodgson and Prince Leopold enlist the help of the slightly less famous Shamrock Holmes and his sidekick, James Watson to get her back to their side of the looking glass. Together with the Dame and the Baker Street Irregulars, they set out to rescue her and save their world from imminent disaster.

They win, of course!

This panto has one written song in it, but songs can easily be added at the director’s discretion.

Wotcha! Gotcha! had a very successful two week run in New Jersey. Read a review about it in the Huffington Post.

Author: Gareth Jones

Genre: Steam punk funny pantomime

Type: Three act play

Cast: Large cast play with 26 named characters but smaller parts may be doubled or the sex of roles reversed.

Ages of the actors: Play with cast of children and adults

Suitable for: Suitable for all ages

Length: Play two hours long

Set: The set in act one and two is divided between Alice’s sitting room and the inside of the dirigible. Act three is divided between a concert hall and the dirigible. The inside of the dirigible can have decor that is steam punk in nature.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – written as a classic British panto with cockney accents

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Cost is $6 for this previously staged popular pantomime with a successful run

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Copyright © October 2015 Gareth Jones and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this panto? Other funny pantomime script and children’s musicals that we stock:

Dr George’s Magnificent Zeppelin – musicals for children
Snow White and the Seven Dwarves – Traditional British Snow White Panto script
Sleeping Beauty – modern day Sleeping beauty Pantomime

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Straight to the top – Screenplay set in the Prohibition

Screenplay set in the prohibition

STRAIGHT TO THE TOP – SCREENPLAY SET IN THE PROHIBITION

It’s Chicago in the 1930’s during the prohibition. The time when the big gangs ruled the streets and to get anywhere, you had to have connections. Hazel is a dancer at the Queen of Sheba Nightclub. She’s recently been dumped by a gangster, Charlie and has fallen on hard times. She is rescued by a rich shipping magnate, Ray who installs her as his home as his mistress. She finds a friend in the magnate’s chauffeur, Wes. Unfortunately a jealous Ray begins to abuse Hazel because of Wes. When she meets and takes up with the Charlie the gangster again the abuse becomes worse. Together Hazel, Charlie and Wes devise an elaborate plan to frame Ray for drug smuggling.

However, a bad seed doesn’t become good again and Hazel is about to learn that trusting Charlie the gangster again can only lead down one road…

Other screenplays (Iron Willed – world war 2 movie script) by Lauren Ennis.

Author: Lauren Ennis

Type: Screenplay set in the prohibition

Genre: 1930’s gangster movie script

Length: Screenplay Two hours long

Cast: Cast of 3M 1F

Ages of the actors: Adult – young to middle aged

Suitable for: PG – violence

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – getting the gritty feel correct

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Cost is $30 for the digital screenplay

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Copyright September 2015 Lauren Ennis and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this screenplay? Our other screenplays we stock:

The Rocking Horse Christmas – children’s movie script
Once a pirate – action packed period screenplay
A fighting chance – a British soldier finds himself caught up in the Spanish Civil War

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Iron Willed – World War 2 movie script

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IRON WILLED – WORLD WAR 2 MOVIE SCRIPT

In the close of and post Second World War, idealist Natalia struggles against totalitarianism working against both the Nazi and the Communist East German governments. Dismissed from her job as a schoolteacher she eventually finds semi-skilled work as a seamstress and her need to keep her house and shortages of basic commodities leads her into a life of crime until she is no better than the system. An old colleague from the anti-Nazi days gives her opportunity to; at least, partially redeem herself, both in her own eyes and that of the state. She may not love Big Brother but has learned to accept him as the lesser of two evils. Or is Big Brother the prime cause of the evil? With clever use of symbols, this screenplay will generate much discussion after viewing.

Read more about author Lauren Ennis.

Author: Lauren Ennis

Genre: Screenplay, drama thriller

Type: Screenplay, world war 2 movie script

Cast: Natalia is the main character and the screenplay shows her interacting, at mostly different times, with the 6 main supporting characters, the environment in which she lives, and other stereotypical characters such as policemen and government officials.

Ages of the actors: Adult

Suitable for: PG – some violence

Length: Two hours

Set: End of and post world war 2 Germany

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – this is a screenplay that can be made on a small budget due to relatively few special effects

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Cost is $30

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Copyright © May 2015 Lauren Ennis and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this screenplay? Other action packed screenplays that we stock:

A fighting chance – screenplay about Spanish civil war
Once a Pirate – action based screenplay
2093 – sci fi screenplay

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The Gold Medallion – three act play for young cast

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THE GOLD MEDALLION – THREE ACT PLAY FOR YOUNG CAST

Orphaned and wrongfully convicted of murder, James Fenton is determined to follow his ambition to join Captain James Cook’s crew aboard the Resolution, but his predicament forces him to stowaway!

However, all is not resolved as he becomes an accidental crew member of Cap’n Scargill’s tub, the Revolution, soon to become commandeered by Silas Tench, a villainous devil if there ever was one, Shiner his partner in piracy and a mutinous crew which lusts for gold!

The Gold Medallion, stolen by Silas Tench and his shipmate Shiner from Fenton’s Chandlery, is the key to the booty known as Fenton’s Gold, buried on San Angelo Island in the dangerous waters of the Caribbean.

There are many delightful characters in this adventure with plenty of scope for imaginative staging. The seafaring times of the late 1700’s must be captured by the costuming and overall flavour of the era.

Read more about playwright Keith Passmore.   Other plays by Keith.

Author: Keith Passmore

Genre: Adventure

Type: Three act play

Cast: 48 (40M 8F) BUT many F can play M parts and many parts can be doubled. With doubling a minimum of 33 actors will be needed.

Ages of the actors: Teenage up. Can be played by junior high or middle school cast.

Suitable for: All ages

Length: 130 minutes

Set: Set should involve a ship and the sea. At director’s discretion.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – crowd control

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Cost is $5

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Copyright © December 2014 Keith Passmore and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play?  Have a look at some of our other adventures for young casts:

The Robber Baron and the Baker Thief – teen adventure play
Alice in football land – comedy version of the traditional tale
Theseus and Ariadne – modern classic Greek play
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The Robber Baron and the Baker Thief – Teen adventure play

THE ROBBER BARON AND THE BAKER THIEF – TEEN ADVENTURE PLAY

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The Robber Baron and the Baker Thief follows the story of young Hans, the son of a Baker and Maria, the daughter of a miller. Hans and Maria are in love with each other but are afraid to tell the other how they feel. Hans also has a secret; he travels the countryside as the notorious highwayman known as Black Jack. A chance encounter in the forest where Hans as Black Jack rescues Maria from a band of robbers exposes his secret to the black-hearted villain Baron Blackheart who falls for Maria’s beauty and decides to make her his bride. At this point the play follows a series of events as the Baron plots to win the hand of Maria and rid himself of Black Jack once and for all…

See the promo video of the 2016 production by Ferny Grove school, Australia.

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Katya
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Maria and Helga

Author: David Schmidt

Genre: Teen adventure romance

Type: Two act play

Cast: 19 5F, 8F and the rest either gender.

Ages of the actors: Suitable for teens

Suitable for: The whole family

Length: 90 minutes

Set: The sets for this show can also be as simple or as elaborate as you want. Descriptions for each set can be found in the script. When first performed trees for the forest were made out of cardboard and a single banquet table was used for the baker shop, the bar at Joe’s Forest hideaway and the barons castle. Smaller tables were used for Joe’s forest hideaway and the kitchen table in Maria’s home. This made for easy scene changes

Level of Difficulty: 6/10 a fun and easy teen play ideal for drama camp

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Cost is $6 for this drama camp workshopped play

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© September 2014 David Schmidt and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other teen adventure plays

Aladdin comedy script
Peter’s dream – three act teen adventure
The Dragons of Spring – short two act medieval teen comedy
The Wandering Bard’s tale – medieval teen comedy

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ESPN, B.C. – Teen scripts about sports

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ESPN – TEEN SCRIPTS ABOUT SPORTS

A fun play for teens and older children about caveman teens and how they developed all the popular sports we play today. It’s all done with actions and no words so there’s loads of room for a director’s creativity. A short play that’s less than ten minutes in length.

Read about playwright Jean Blasiar.

Author: Jean Blasiar

Genre: Teen scripts

Type: One act play

Length: 5-10 minutes

Number of actors: 7, 1 man 5 boys and 1 woman

Suitable for: All ages

Ages of the actors: 5 teen 2 teen to adult

Set: Simple – a cave with some “rocks” that the boys throw around and a basket of apples with twigs

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – doing all the actions without words.

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© August 2014 Jean Blasiar and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Other short plays for Teens:

Rebecca, the child – short play about peer pressure
Someone to remember – short one act teen drama
Family exercise – short one act drama
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Theseus and Ariadne – Modern Classic Greek plays

THESEUS AND ARIADNE – Modern Classic Greek Drama Plays

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According to myth, King Minos sent his son, Androgeos to the Games in Athens. Androgeos was highly successful and incurred the jealousy of criminal gangs who watched the games. He was murdered by them.
In his anger, Minos demanded that the criminals be handed over. The Athenians did not know the identity of the culprits and instead gave up their City.
From that time onwards, Minos ordered that seven boys and seven girls be sent to Crete each year. They would be fed to the Minotaur.
Many years later, Theseus travels to Crete and makes his way inside the labyrinth. He is successful in defeating the Minotaur. Our story begins here…

Author: Jethro Dykes

Genre: Classic Greek Plays, Drama

Type: Four act play, 4 act play

Number of Actors: 18-28 10-18M, 9F

Ages of the actors: Adult to old age

Suitable for: All ages

Set: Various scenes from a road to Athens to a court to the underworld

Level of Difficulty: 8/10 – keeping the style of the Greek play with a modern script

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Cost is $6

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Copyright May 2014 Jethro Dykes and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other classic style plays:

The Scepter has departed – play about Isreal in world war 2
Return to Vardia – three act adventure for a large cast
The Faun – fictional drama about Michaelangelo

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The Box – one act drama script

THE BOX – ONE ACT DRAMA SCRIPT

ONE ACT DRAMA SCRIPT

In this one act drama script, a large box becomes the centre of attention at a bus stop. Who owns it? What is inside? The curiosity of the people waiting at the bus stop unfortunately leads to the death of an unbalanced man, who has threatened the two other characters in the play. The Box is a challenging play for the performers and an intriguing one for audiences.

Read about playwright Keith Passmore. Other plays by Keith Passmore.

Author: Keith Passmore

Genre: Drama

Type: One act drama script

Number of actors:  4M

Ages of the actors:  20’s-50’s

Length: 35- 40 minutes

Suitable for: PG 14 violence

Set: Simple – a bus stop and a large box.

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Cost is $6

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Copyright May 2014 Keith Passmore and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Read some of our other one act drama scripts:

Abstinence only – one act psychological drama for 3 actors
You do love me, don’t you? A scary but funny one act thriller
Someone to remember – one act teen drama

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Return to Vardia – Three act adventure play for large cast

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RETURN TO VARDIA – THREE ACT ADVENTURE PLAY FOR LARGE CAST

‘Return to Vardia’ is A Fantasy in the form of a quest. Three young archaeologists stumble upon the remains of a palace of a lost tribe in Dacia, now known as Romania, and seek to discover the meaning behind the discovery of the chalice of Vardia. The story of Vardia is told by Marlinus, the timeless ‘wizard’ and the past is brought to life. It has a very large cast for performance by 10 -13 and 14-16 year old students for audiences aged 9 to ageless!

Read about playwright Keith Passmore.

Author: Keith Passmore

Genre: Adventure

Type: Three act full length play

Number of actors: The play has 77 parts but many can be doubled up. Minimum cast size 35

Ages of actors: Children to adult

Suitable for: All ages

Set: The scenes in this play may be staged simply or elaborately. The use of lighting is important, particularly in the mountain and forest scenes in order to suggest mood and the environment. In the first production polystyrene was used to create rocks, damaged wall sections were and the rubble in Act One Scene 1 and Act 3 Scene 3. Complete polystyrene pillars, approximately 4 metres in height, were positioned in all scenes, but were moved Far L and R in the Eastern Pass and forest scenes to allow more access and space for the BIRDS and MOUNTAIN PEOPLE. Standing decorated hinged flats were used to suggest locations, but this is a matter of choice.

Level of Difficulty: 7/10 – length of the play

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Cost is $6

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Copyright February 2014 Keith Passmore and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Read some of our other action and adventure plays and screenplays:

Jack Masterson and the case of absurdity – two act teen farce
The Dragons of Spring – medieval comedy adventure for teens
The Wizard of Odd – pantomime version of the Wizard of Oz

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THE ROCKING HORSE CHRISTMAS – CHRISTMAS MOVIE SCRIPTS

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THE ROCKING HORSE CHRISTMAS – CHRISTMAS MOVIE SCRIPTS

This lovely Christmas movie screenplay is centered around a hand carved rocking horse, passed down from Ben’s Grandfather, who got it from his grandfather and then gave it to Ben. It’s Christmas and Ben, his wife and their son Cody decorate the tree with their Christmas decorations and the little rocking horse. Unknown to the family, there are little mice, Porter and Tobi that live with them, that love the rocking horse just as much as Ben and his family do. When the rocking horse accidentally falls into the trash, it takes the two mouse friends, Porter and Tobi on an adventure to recover the precious magical family heirloom.

This script won first place in the Animation Genre of The Santa Clarita International Screenplay Competition, 1997 and second place in The Burbank Children’s Film Festival, 2001. Mark Mcquown is a produced screenwriter.Credits include PJ, starring John Heard, Vincent Pastore, Robert Picardo and Hallie Kate Eisenberg.  This film is available on Netflix.

Other plays by Mark Mcquown.

Author: Mark Mcquown

Genre: Christmas movie screenplay

Type: Screenplay

Length: Ninety minutes

Number of Characters: 5 main characters and a number of smaller roles.

Suitable for: All ages, aimed at children.

Ages of the actors: Adult and children (and mice)

Level of Difficulty: Can be done with animation or with puppets.

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Cost is $30

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Copyright November 2013  Mark Mcquown  and Off The Wall Plays

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Mersey Boys – a screenplay based on the lives of the Beatles
2093 – action based scifi screenplay
Once a Pirate – action based period screenplay

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Victims of the Forest – Scary Medieval Plays

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VICTIMS OF THE FOREST – MEDIEVAL PLAYS

This Medieval tragedy is based partly on and inspired by ‘The Pardoner’s Tale’ from ‘The Canterbury Tales’ by Geoffrey Chaucer.

Set in the 14th Century in the south west of England, the action is sparked by the burning of an alleged witch in the fictitious village of Breenham, Joe’s bid to avenge the killing of his best friend and the deception and greed of the killers, who flee to the forest. The play also revolves round the poaching of deer by a banished monk, the formidable Gert and her sons, the eventual demise of Joe and some of his companions and the ultimate dramatic event in the forest.

Read about playwright Keith Passmore. Other plays by Keith Passmore.

Author:  Keith Passmore

Genre: Tragedy

Type: Three act drama play, medieval plays

Length: Two to two and a half hours.  2-2.5 hours

Number of actors: 24-33 – some can double up

Ages of the actors: Young teens to old

Suitable for:  PG 10 (violence)

Level of Difficulty:  8/10 – a longish script that needs to hold the audience’s attention.

Sets:  The forest, a cottage, an ale yard

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Cost is $4




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Copyright  2012 Keith Passmore and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play?  Read more like it

Wandering Bard’s Tale – a fairytale in one act

Peter’s Dream – a three act play for high school

After ever after – musical fairytale for schools and amdram

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