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So Easy a Caveman can do it – short skit about inventing the wheel

skit about inventing the wheel

SO EASY A CAVEMAN CAN DO IT – SHORT SKIT ABOUT INVENTING THE WHEEL

Grok just invent wheel. Using only a rock and, er another rock. (But it was a Phillips rock) . And he’s very proud of it. Zorg not interested – he dig hole to catch girl for prom night. However (But) Grok not realise (know) he need things like insurance for his wheel. Dis wheel making thing more complicated (hard/difficult) than Grok think (knew). So he gets girl and goes off over the mountain on the wheel to get insurance. But Grok did not know he need seatbelts (To keep the girl from falling off) in this short skit about inventing the wheel.

Read about playwrights Lois and Kelly Corcoran. Other skits by Lois and Kelly – Judge Chewout – scary or not?

Author: Lois and Kelly Cocoran

Type: Skit, comedy, one act

Genre: Short skit about inventing the wheel

Cast: 3 – 2M 1F

Ages of the actors: Older kids up to adults

Suitable for: All ages to watch and perform

Length: Two – three minutes (1.5 pages)

Set: Blackbox set. PROPS: Horn hats, shovel, cardboard wheel, cell phone, caveman costumes

Level of difficulty: 6/10 – fun easy skit for all to enjoy.

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Cost is $4 for this new digital skit

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Copyright © Lois and Kelly Corcoran and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this skit? Other skits to perform:

Attorney skit – we’ll get what you paid for!
Cupid’s bad day – skit for valentine’s day
The Masked Avenger – superhero comedy skit

More Pasta – ten minute comedy about family and veganism

ten minute comedy about family

MORE PASTA – TEN MINUTE COMEDY ABOUT FAMILY AND VEGANISM

Not everyone eats as much meat as they used to nowadays. Doctors warn it makes your cholesterol high, and let’s face it, there’s a lot more pressure from the vegans than there used to be. But Mike never dreamed it would enter his home. Mike is Italian and every good Italian boy knows that whenever he needs to, he can go home to momma and she’ll cook him a meal fit for a king. Spagetti and meatballs, for instance. But when Mike goes round to visit his folks, he finds that things are just a little different from what they used to be and momma is – well let’s just say she’s embraced her new lifestyle with a never seen before fervor.

‘More pasta’ won the Thistle Dew Dessert Theatre and KTDT Digital Radio Players competition in 2009.

Author: Leon Kaye

Type: Ten minute comedy script

Genre: Ten minute comedy about family

Cast: 2M 1F

Ages of the actors: Two middle aged (the parents) and one son (20)

Suitable for: Teens up to perform and all ages to watch

Length: Ten minutes

Set: A dining room table, which is set. Two pots simmer on the stove.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – a fun comedy for three actors that plays on characterization

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Cost is $10 for this award winning ten minute play

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Copyright © November 2017 Leon Kaye and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other family comedies for you to enjoy:

Mother – a comedy about being a little too politically correct because of your embarrassing mother
Something’s got to give – family comedy play
Irish Jack – family dramedy script about marrying outside your culture

The Dummies Guide to Saving the U.s.a. – CIA Comedy script

CIA comedy script

THE DUMMIES GUIDE TO SAVING THE U.s.a – CIA Comedy Script

In this CIA comedy script, a band of evil doers – a.k.a Connie and Blyde (who work for Al Tyrone and his bunch of goons) attack the Whitehouse and the CIA’s base of operations and kidnap the vice president as part of their cunning and devious plan they wish to fulfill.

With the CIA crippled they only have one agent left for the job. However, he has no field training and there is no time to learn. He has to learn how to be an agent ON THE JOB while trying to take down a villainous master of mischief, gangsters, and criminal icon copycats. His name: Wilbur.

Read another script by best selling playwright Jonathan Smith – The Fourth Wall – a behind the scenes teen adventure comedy script.

Author: Jonathan Smith

Type: Full length one act comedy (but could easily be split with an interval into a two act comedy)

Genre: CIA comedy script

Cast: 11M, 5F – some roles can be doubled. Can be performed with a minimum of 10-12 actors.

Length: 50-60 minutes (an hour with scene changes)

Ages of the actors: Teen up

Suitable for: Teens to adult to both watch and perform

Set: Simple – the stage is split in two halves so the action takes place on one side then switches to the other, or both are used to represent different locations. Desks and chairs and phones are needed.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – scene changes.

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Copyright © November 2017 Jonathan Smith and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other adventure comedy scripts for you to enjoy:

Explain the Handcuffs – sci-fi time travelling adventure comedy script
Pirate appreciation day – comedy about pirates. Aargh!!
Goddle – sci-fi adventure comedy script

Trump: American Nightmare – short Donald Trump skit

short Donald Trump skit

DONALD TRUMP: AMERICAN NIGHTMARE – SHORT DONALD TRUMP SKIT

It’s the night before the election results are announced and Donald Trump’s second worst nightmare is about to come true (The worst nightmare being his hair thinning a little on the top). The second worst nightmare is that he’s terribly, terribly afraid that he’s actually going to be made President – something he really doesn’t want at all. He never expected it to happen and now it looks like it’s about to come to pass. What will he do?

In a thoughtless moment he calls Hillary and Bill and tries to bargain with them, even bribing Bill with interns in a moment of desperation. But will they succumb in this short Donald Trump skit?

Other comedies by Demarquis – Out on a Date – the comedy about dumping someone and social media knowing about it before you do it. 

Author: Demarquis Johnson

Genre: Short Donald Trump skit

Type: Comedy skit or sketch, one act

Cast: 2M, 2F, 2N

Ages of the actors: Teen up.

Suitable for: Teens up

Length: 4-5 minutes

Set: Black box set. A laptop/tablet and a phone are needed

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – Impersonating famous people convincingly and with humor

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Cost is $4.50 for this short Donald Trump skit

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Copyright © November 2017 Demarquis Johnson and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other political skits for you to enjoy:

Ye’ll vote for me – Irish political skit
Trump:wolf of Pennsylvania Avenue
Attorney skit – we’ll get what you paid for!

A Tale of Two balconies – modern Romeo and Juliet comedy

modern Romeo and Juliet comedy

A TALE OF TWO BALCONIES – MODERN ROMEO AND JULIET COMEDY

Sorry, love, the old Romeo can’t come to the phone right now – he’s too busy thinking of the paths to his beloved’s (Juliet’s) heart …but the new Romeo can come to the phone, in fact he’s glued to it ‘cause the hot Juliet, is on the other line. In A Tale of Two Balconies, modern Romeo/Juliet and Shakespearean Juliet/Romeo share with us the agony of love in a one act comedy that boldly puts the ‘crossed’ in ‘star-crossed’ as the two couples intertwine in a quirky retelling of the dramatic classic. The differences between modern-day flirting and the courtships of yesteryear are explored in the most comical yet thought-provoking way and in an illuminating style, the whims and wild imaginings of teenagers are studied. It wouldn’t be ‘Romeo and Juliet’ without the element of disaster we’ve come to associate with the romance and when the Romeo and Juliet pairs cross paths, hilarious consequences arise leading to the conclusion that boys will be boys and are indeed from Mars and girls? Well, we all know (or don’t know) about them in this modern Romeo and Juliet comedy.

Tis awesome to feel the fluttering’s that arise from the passions of the heart!

Author: Kate Cosette

Type: One act Comedy

Genre: Modern Romeo and Juliet Comedy

Length: Twenty five minutes

Cast: 2M 2F

Ages of the actors: Teenagers

Suitable for: Teens up to perform and to watch

Set: Scene opens on stage split in two: present in both scenes is a balcony. Modern and medieval Juliets both stand on their respective balconies

Level of difficulty: 6/10 – easy but fun piece that points fun at both modern and medieval ways.

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Copyright © November 2017 Kate Cosette

Like this play? Others like it:

The Ten minute Hamlet – play about putting on a very very short version of Hamlet
The Dane – play about an audition for Hamlet
Cuckold – ten minute seventeenth century comedy about a Cuckold

Saving Persephone – Modern Greek style comedy

modern Greek style comedy

SAVING PERSEPHONE – MODERN GREEK STYLE COMEDY

When you’re the God of the Underworld, you certainly have to live up to expectations and Hades is not one to let reputations slide. The plan: reinvigorate his status, the pawn: his wife, Persephone, the execution style: well… the execution of life itself. Knowing that the earth cannot thrive with Persephone otherwise ‘engaged’ Hades’ plan is the seemingly perfect way to garner the respect he seems to have misplaced-err or rather lost along the way.

For in this two act comedy we see how easy it is for a god to be forgotten and well Hades cannot tolerate that now can he? And if it takes a village of Alseids, Dryads, Hesperides, Nereids, Oreads, Pleiades, hell – even Zeus himself, to save the day then so be it. Hades will be waiting, in the Underworld, of course.

If you alter your perspective, holding the goddess of vegetation hostage is just a bit of fun!

Author: Meghan van Lelyveld

Type: Two-act play

Genre: Modern play with classic Greek characters, modern Greek style comedy

Cast: Main Characters – 1 – M, 1 – F. Total cast large: 35 – at least 10 non speaking roles included which can potentially be cut.

Ages of the actors: Teens up

Suitable for: Teens up – ideal play for high school or community theatre

Length: 100 minutes

Set: The woods and the underworld. The set is often created by actors within the script which is quite interesting and lighting effects.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – crowd control

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Cost is $5.50 for this digital modern Greek style comedy

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Copyright © November 2017 Meghan van Lelyveld and Off the Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other plays with traditional Greek cast and characters:

Antigone – Greek Tragedy
Acrisius – modern classic Greek play
Thesius and Ariadne – modern classic Greek love story play

No Years Eve – play about New Year’s Eve (and the world ending on it)

play about New year's eve

NO YEAR’S EVE – PLAY ABOUT NEW YEAR’S EVE (AND THE WORLD ENDING ON IT)

Christmas is over, and everyone is looking forward to the New Year, until the news breaks that there wasn’t going to be one. A jilted daughter, a nuclear physicist, a flower shop employee, a wayward priest and a thief all join Mr. and Mrs. Drummond for their final moments on earth. Emotions run high, secrets are confessed and love blooms in the face of annihilation.   What will they do when the time comes? And how will they pass the time until then in this play about New Years Eve?

Other plays by Dave Morgan – Le Shaggy Dog – comedy set in wartime France

Production History:

Franklin and Friends on act play festival, Roosevelt Park, South Africa – March 2017
EADS one act play festival – Edenvale, South Africa – May 2017

Author: Dave Morgan

Genre: British Comedy, dramedy

Type: One act play, play about New year’s eve

Cast: 4M, 3F

Ages of the actors: Early twenties up to adult

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

Length: Thirty minutes

Set: Standard living room plus big working clock with easy to read pointers set for 11:30 at the start of the play (depending upon the timed dress rehearsal). A door, drinks cabinet, glasses, TV a flat screen from a computer of similar, cups, a tray and a lounge suite etc. Christmas tree, crackers and streamers.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – keeping a level of tension going with everyday occurrences

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Copyright © November 2017 Dave Morgan and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other end of the world plays:

God Help Us – the end of the world is nigh – and God’s stuck at a conference
Scream – one act suspense thriller about how people react when they think it’s the end of the world
The End of Class – a teen comedy about the end of class

Frederick J. Prescott – one act comedy about a funeral home

comedy about a funeral home

FREDERICK J. PRESCOTT – ONE ACT COMEDY ABOUT A FUNERAL HOME

Frederick J. Prescott has just died and three of the women who worked with him some years back are there at the funeral home to mourn him. It’s all going quite smoothly. Michael, the funeral home assistant has it all under control and the viewing of the deceased in his open coffin (as requested) has begun.

Everyone is doing what they should be – the women are drinking tea and speaking about Frederick, and Michael is hovering anxiously on the sidelines. Yes, everyone is doing that they should be…. Except Frederick. And nobody has any idea what on earth he’s doing. And where the weird noises are coming from in this comedy about a funeral home.

Read other comedy plays by Randall Davis Barfield – Down by the River – a romantic comedy about unknowingly dating twins.

Author: Randall Davis Barfield

Type: Ten minute slapstick comedy, one act slapstick comedy

Genre: Comedy about a Funeral Home

Cast: 3F 1M

Ages of the actors: The 3F are in their fifties or sixties. The M is young, in his twenties.

Suitable for: Teens and up – mild references to body parts

Length: Ten Minutes

Set: The funeral home in charge of the arrangements. Frederick lies in his open coffin in one of the viewing rooms. Seven or eight chairs are arranged in the room but not so near the coffin. Also, there are lovely flowers tastefully placed here and there in the room. There’s a visitor’s book on a stand. A small table is placed near one of the walls. There is a tall candle holder (with candle) placed near the coffin.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – descriptive reactive acting. Conveying humour without being crass.

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Copyright © October 2017 Frederick J. Prescott and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other ten minute comedies of a similar vein:

Sticky – ten minute farcical comedy about a cheating husband
Cuckold – period raunchy comedy script
Hossback – one act comedy about cowboys

Ratboy – failed superhero comedy script

failed superhero comedy script

RATBOY – FAILED SUPERHERO COMEDY SCRIPT

Meet Ratboy – a superhero who absolutely sucks at what he does. Since the age of eight, he began to understand what the rats were saying to him and decided then and there to use his powers for good and save the world. Unfortunately things haven’t quite panned out the way he planned. He’s currently involved in a lawsuit involving a little old lady and her purse, which he removed from her so called assailant, who turned out to be her husband.

His life blows. He’s overweight, in his forties and dresses as a rat. Now he’s in therapy. But will that actually help him? We’ll find out in this failed superhero comedy script.

Read more plays by American playwright James Hanson – The Fence – comedy about relationships as seen from both sides of the fence!

Author: James Hanson

Type: Ten minute play

Genre: Failed superhero comedy script

Cast: 2M (or 1M 1F)

Ages of the actors: One in his forties, one adult

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

Length: Ten minutes

Set: A psychologist’s office

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – thus type of comedy can be difficult to pull off because you end up feeling sorry for the main character which can easily get depressing, rather than funny. It’s a fine line.

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Copyright © October 2017 James Hanson and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other superhero comedy scripts:

The Masked Avenger – superhero comedy skit
The Confederation of Radically Altered People (C.R.A.P.) – superhero play script – full length
Luke Warm – offensive superhero comedy script

Life of a Salesman – Ten Minute Comedy for a cast of five.

LIFE OF A SALESMAN – TEN MINUTE COMEDY FOR A CAST OF FIVE

comedy for a cast of five

Meet Donald, a nervous, stammering brand new salesman. It’s his first day on the job and all the salesmen on the floor have been given a task: To be the top seller of the day. One of the main salesmen on the floor called Hudson, takes Donald under his wing to show him the ropes. Although it’s unlikely that Donald will make nearly as many sales as himself, he tells Donald, it’s important to use his first day as a learning experience and to follow and do exactly what Hudson does in this ten minute comedy for a cast of five. Because Hudson knows he’s the best.

But will it be Donald who ends up showing Hudson a thing or two?

Other comedies by playwright Jake Doberenz – The Duel – a comedy about two old knights who decide to fight it out.

Author: Jake Doberenz

Type: Comedy for a cast of five

Genre: Ten Minute Comedy

Cast: Five 4M 1F

Ages of the actors: All adult

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

Length: Ten minutes

Set: Front of an office and electronics supply store called DALE’S DEPOT.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – easy predictable characters

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Copyright October 2017 © Jake Doberenz and Off The Wall Play Publishers.

Like this play? Other ten minute comedy scripts for you to enjoy:

Down by the River – romantic comedy script
Out on a Date – short comedy script
The End of Class – or is it the end of days????

The mirror – a collection of ten minute plays

collection of ten minute plays

THE MIRROR – A COLLECTION OF TEN MINUTE PLAYS

Intended as an evening of dinner theatre or for a charity performance, this collection of ten minute plays combines six stories which are linked by a common theme: A mirror. Old, tarnished and apparently priceless. We follow the journey of the mirror through the evening. From the burglary where the burglar steals it for his wife, to the thrift shop where the wife (who never really liked it anyway) dumped it, to the purchase of the mirror by a rich old lady, certain of its value and antiquity. The old lady passes away and then the mirror gets bought from her estate by a young girl. We then see the mirror in the girl’s apartment, in a shop front window at a travel agent and finally getting sold by two homeless people who are convinced they’ve just pulled off the biggest scam of their lives.

Bar the short introductory piece, each play stands well on its own. rare collection by best selling and award winning American playwright Jean Blasiar. This play is available both in digital and printed format.

Read about playwright Jean Blasiar. Other plays by Jean – Sticky – ten minute farcical comedy about a cheating spouse

Author: Jean Blasiar

Type: Collection of ten minute plays

Genre: Comedy

Length: In total around sixty minutes. The introduction is about 4-5 minutes long and the remainder of the plays are approximately ten minute each.

Cast:

Robbery: 2M
Thrift Store: 2F (1M non speaking)
Moving On: 1M 1F
Am I Good: 2F 1M
Read about it: 3M 2F
The Intruder: 1M 2F

Ages of the actors:

Robbery: Adult
Thrift store: 2 middle aged, 1 middle aged to older
Moving On: 1 young F, 1 young M
Am I Good: 1 middle aged, 1 young woman, 1 teenage boy
Read about it: 2 older M and F, 1 younger M and F, 1 older M
The intruder: 1 young F, 2 older M and F

Suitable for: All ages

Set: There are small scene changes between each play. The sets are a follows: The interior of a house at night, a thrift store, an apartment (empty), an apartment (normal), outside a travel agents and the deck of a ship, anywhere outside.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – the plays are fun and easy to perform and are well written. Take care not to over complicate sets or scene changes could make the evening longer.

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Cost is $21.00 for the printed script

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Copyright © October 2017 Jean Blasiar and Off the Wall Play Publishers

Like this anthology? Read other plays from anthologies and full anthologies:

Art Talk – comedy sketch for three actors
The Dark Chronicles of the Golden Raven Society – horror anthology
But I’m French – comedy for 1M 1F from “Ugly Art”

Static – short female monologue about working out

short female monologue about working out

STATIC – SHORT FEMALE MONOLOGUE ABOUT WORKING OUT

Picture the following scenario: You hate…no, you loathe exercise. You just don’t see the point – for you it’s all pain and very little gain. And those fitness buffs? The people who talk about the rush they get when they’re exercising as if they actually enjoy it?  Hate them too.

So imagine your complete and utter surprise when you’re set up on a blind date with a personal trainer. The horror. Poor guy – he just has no idea what’s about to come down on him.

A funny short female monologue about working out (and hating it).

Author: Macee Binns

Type: Short female monologue

Genre: Comedic piece for women

Cast: 1F

Age of the actress: Young adult to middle aged

Suitable for: All ages to watch and adults to perform

Length: 4-5 minutes (Two pages)

Set: Black box theatre or at director’s discretion

Level of difficulty: 6/10 – a fun easy piece that builds as it goes on

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Copyright © September 2017 Macee Bins and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other funny monologues to enjoy:

What the old guy said – hysterically funny senior monologue
Gray Matters – funny monologue about the guy that runs your brain
Guy meets girl – monologue about the monologue in a guy’s head

Would you let me fin……………………………..ish? Skit for two women

skit for two women

WOULD YOU LET ME FIN……….ish? SKIT FOR TWO WOMEN

A skit for two women about a semi famous psychic, Martha and her ardent fan, Amy.  Amy who is just walking down the street bumps into Martha and instantly recognizes her from her book, “Psychic Dreams and Premonitions.” They get to talking, although to be fair, neither lets the other finish her sentences, and keeps interrupting the other.

Amy, who fancies herself as an amateur psychic tells Martha about her most recent dream. About Martha. Martha starts out with an interpretation but doesn’t get a chance to respond.  Then Amy does the same thing until they are both slightly annoyed with each other.  Martha decides to get rid of Amy. But how will Martha she do it?  Well, in the most elaborate way possible. Using a psychic vision, of course!

Read about playwright Leon Kaye. Other skits and sketches by Leon (What the old guy said – hilarious monologue).

Author: Leon Kaye

Type: Comedy skit for two women, comedy sketch

Genre: Two person skit, comedy

Cast: 2F

Ages of the actors: In their thirties

Suitable for: All ages to watch and adults to perform

Length: 8 minutes

Set: The street.

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Copyright © August 2017 Leon Kaye and Off the Wall Play Publishers

Like this two person skit? Other fun skits and sketches for you to enjoy:

Art Talk – sketch for three people about 2 snooty people and a pleb in an art gallery
Dis-harmony commercial – short skit about a dating agency
The Duel – short skit for two older gentlemen who are (were) valiant knights

Judge Chewout – a courtroom skit

courtroom skit

JUDGE CHEWOUT – A COURTROOM SKIT

In this courtroom skit, Diana, a not too bright girl has accused her idiot boyfriend Max (whose IQ matches her own perfectly) of trying to kill her. He of course denies it. Unfortunately for the couple, they have gotten Judge Chewout (the most bad tempered judge in the entire world) to hear their case. Max gets up to defend himself and surprise surprise – it turns out he was right. He couldn’t have killed her and the suitcase full of money proves it.

Read about co authors Lois and Kelly Corcoran. Other skits – One Fine Day in the Operating Room by Lois and Kelly Corcoran.

Author: Lois and Kelly Corcoran

Type: Courtroom skit

Genre: Comedy, teens, church, skits

Cast: 1M, 1F, 3N

Ages of the actors: Kids up

Suitable for: Kids to adults to both watch and perform

Length: 3 minutes (one and a half pages)

Set: Props: Black robes, gavel, microphone, briefcase, 5 chairs

Level of difficulty: 5/10 – short fun easy skit to do.

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Cost is $4 for this short digital skit

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Copyright © August 2017 Lois and Kelly Corcoran and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this skit? Other skits for you to giggle your way through:

Trump:Wolf of Pennsylvania Avenue – THE skit
The Masked Avenger – superhero skit
Start Wreck – skit on Star Trek. Obviously

V for What? – Adult Comedy Play for Three Women

adult comedy play

V FOR WHAT? ADULT COMEDY SCRIPT FOR THREE WOMEN

In this adult comedy play, Teresa, an ultra conservative woman, is found distraught and weeping in the local cafe by her two girlfriends Thelma and Louise. It was Teresa’s twenty fifth wedding anniversary the day before and something happened on that day, something that shocked Teresa to her core, something that she felt threatened her marriage and indeed the very life she thought that she lead. Her husband gave a gift. Jewels? A holiday? Nope. Nothing like that. What was it? Well – it starts with a “V”…….

V for What? has been performed on stage in Nicosia, Cyprus in May 2015 at Theatro Ena.

Author: Natasha Tavoukjian

Genre: Adult comedy play script

Type: One act play

Cast: 3F

Ages of the actors: Adult, middle aged.

Suitable for: Adults only

Length: Ten minutes

Set: The scene is of a cafe’ with a table and 3 chairs, tea cups and biscuits.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – characterization

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Copyright © August 2017 Natasha Tavoukjian and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other adult comedies and comedies of a similar theme for you to enjoy:

The Love of Cheesecake – adult comedy script in one act
Am I good? Comedy where a skirt caught up gives a teenage boy an unexpected eyeful
Happy reality – adult comedy script about wishing your life was a fairy tale