Category Archives: One act plays

plays in one act usually between 25-35 minutes long

Style – one act drama about factory workers on the line

drama about factory workers

STYLE – ONE ACT DRAMA ABOUT FACTORY WORKERS ON THE LINE

Very much in the style of “Waiting for Godot,” this one act drama about factory workers is about 6 men employed in the shipping room of a coat factory who spend their time arguing, eating, sleeping, playing the Jackpot and shooting craps rather than working.

Their boss, Irving, tries to get them to work, even resorting to letters of warning but to no avail.  Then Irving comes in, and gives them the news – the factory’s days are numbered and that they will soon be out of work. Every man there knows that this job is not what he wanted to do with his life, and they all have dreams of doing something better. But as time passes, the dreams became less real and the day to day hopelessness set in.

The play accurately portrays the despair, lost hopes and defiance of marginalized workers. The people we, as society need and see, but never think of.

STYLE, originally titled RACK, was first presented by The Minnesota Ensemble Theatre of Minneapolis in 1973

Read about playwright James Campbell. Other dramas (First to see the lights go on – a drama about postnatal depression) by James.

Author: James Campbell

Genre: Drama about factory workers

Type: One act play

Cast: 8M, 2F

Ages of the actors: Adult, young to very old

Suitable for: Adults only. Language.

Length: 40-50 minutes

Set: A mid-western coat factory; the early 1970s; the shipping room. There are: four work benches, cardboard box forms, racks of coat orders next to each desk, a time clock, a refrigerator, a coffee urn, a radio, a full-length mirror, and one chair, CAJUN’s personal chair. There is a chute or slide used to send bundles of coats into the shipping department from another building, an exit leading to a stock area.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – characterization

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Copyright © May 2017 James Campbell and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other one act dramas for you to get your teeth into:

A Castle:broken apart – drama about leaving a broken home
A Man’s Home – one act American family drama
Love is a stranger – British play about forbidden love and desires

We’ll get what you paid for – Attorney Skit

attorney skit

WE’LL GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR – ATTORNEY SKIT

Ever felt aggrieved after being to the doctor? Did they sell you something you didn’t need? Did they sell you something you did need but it didn’t work? Look no further. You are about to come into boatloads of hard cash in this attorney skit!!

At least that’s how the attorneys at Dewey, Cheatem, & Howe lawyers see it. A very short skit about the way everybody sues everybody nowadays and how it actually doesn’t work!

Read about playwrights Lois and Kelly Corcoran. Other skits – My Little Mermaid – a skit on The Little Mermaid by Lois and Kelly.

Authors: Lois and Kelly Corcoran

Type: Very short comedy skit (two minutes) – 1.5 pages

Genre: Skit, comedy, one act plays

Cast: 4 – any genders

Ages of the actors: Older kids and up

Suitable for: All ages, older kids and up

Set: None, or black box set

Level of difficulty: 5/10 – a fun easy skit for older kids with a nice play on words

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

Like this skit? Other super skits and sketches for you to enjoy:

Hell Froze over – comedy sketch about sport
Sketches – a collection of comedy and drama sketches for teens
Doctor Duplicate – short medical skit

Foreign Gifts – a drama about socialism versus capitalism

drama about socialism

FOREIGN GIFTS – DRAMA ABOUT SOCIALISM AND CAPITALISM

Those with authority deny us the possibilities. What possibilities? That of knowing more.

Two speakers – Russian girls, speak for their way of life, the only way of life they know. Socialism or capitalism? Which is the right way? Each girl knows or thinks she knows the answer in this drama about socialism versus capitalism. A simple conversation over the dinner table turns into ‘cold war’ in their very living room.

Socialism is Sonia and capitalism is Raya. Sonia is for everyone and Raya is for herself. Sonia is containment and Raya is release. The two opposing sides are clear as the line drawn in the very room they are in – between The Soviet Union and America – as Raya speaks up for her identity and Sonia tries to convince her she has none. No identity, no self and therefore no cause for the self. Sonia tells Raya all she has been taught at school – the credibility of her facts checked by her teachers. Raya takes it in enough to know that ‘truth’ in the times of denying who we are as individuals, is as credible as fiction.

A powerful play that has the potential to win awards.

Other plays by Nina Kossman (Mirror – teen fantasy one act)

Author: Nina Kossman

Genre: One act drama about socialism

Type: One act play

Main Cast: 2 – F

Ages of the actors: Teens

Suitable for: Teens to both watch and perform.

Length: Twenty five to thirty minutes

Set: SETTING: An apartment in Moscow. A minimal set. A dinner table and two chairs. On the table are two plates: one plate is clean, the remains of a recent meal are on the other. In the beginning of the play, both Sonia and Raya are in the same (“Soviet”) part of the room. Raya is sitting at the table in front of the plate with an unfinished meal. Sonia is standing next to her.

Level of difficulty: 8/10 – a simple conversation and a game between two girls is layered on top of political nuances.

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Like this play? Other political dramas:

Shadow Government – a couple accuses their neighbor of being a terrorist
Teru’ ah – Jewish political drama script set in an alternate reality
By the Rivers of Babylon – American drama about land

The Franklin Franklin show – zany comedy about a talk show

comedy about a talk show

THE FRANKLIN FRANKLIN SHOW – ZANY COMEDY ABOUT A TALK SHOW

His name is Franklin Franklin. He’s a retired boxer who never won any of his fights – all fifty two of them. He’s also the host of a new talk show. It is important to note that Franklin is quite stupid. And when the producer of old Franklin’s show realises this himself, interestingly enough at the beginning of this comedy about a talk show, it’s a steady downhill for the premiere of the show, Franklin (whether he acknowledges it or not) and the producer’s career. Keen to watch this already unsteady ship sink? Then join Franklin tonight as he interviews Debbie of Debbie’s Deadly Diet, inventor extraordinaire Edison (he looks like Einstein), a psychiatrist (Franklin calls her a nut job), an alien who prophesizes the earth’s impending doom and a King of some remote island that Franklin’s supposed to care about – as if! All in one act. Literally.

Here’s Franklin! Shuffling his way onto a set he’ll never see again!

Other plays by Stan – Shadows of time – a romantic time travel screenplay

Author: Stan Jankaitis

Type: Longer One act

Genre: Comedy about a talk show

Cast: 4M, 5F

Ages of the actors: Adult

Suitable for: Adults to perform.

Length: 50 minutes

Set: A small television studio, or can be performed bare stage with desk and chair, couch large enough to hold three people, 2 phones (landline or cell).

Level of difficulty: 6/10 – descent into silliness

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Copyright © May 2017 Stan Jankaitis and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other longer one act comedies for you to enjoy:

Hang Ups – one act musical comedy about the office
What’s on you mind – comedy of the absurd
The Window – one act comedy about marriage and the hick cousin

A Country Reunion – Comedy about Christmas

Christmas comedy script

A COUNTRY REUNION – COMEDY ABOUT CHRISTMAS

In this comedy about Christmas and family, Ma and Pa Hawkins, their children; Millie Ann, Billie Jean, Homer and Zeke, the nosy neighbour Miss Abby, Isaac (Billie’s husband), Amos (a cousin or somethin’ like that) and his fiancée Clyde (she ain’t
no man, honey) cousin Virgil, unc’ Jeb, cousin Zelda, aunt Allie, all gather for a true honky tonk, deep fried, southern belles and cowboys, Crooked Creek country Christmas.

It’s a family reunion to rival most when the Highlanders (Martin and Martha) enter the Hawkins’ household, with a detective no less, hell-bent on implicating the Hawkins’ in the crime of stolen Christmas trees, not to mention their prize hog.

But it ain’t just the trees that the Highlanders want… and it ain’t just the trees that the Hawkins might be hidin’. This
holiday, the Spirit of Christmas (and a leetle Moonshine) is workin’ overtime ya’ll!

There ain’t nothin’ like a (crooked) family Christmas!

Read another comedy (The Golden Years – comedy about an old age home) by John.

Author: John Schall

Type: One act play

Genre: Comedy about Christmas

Cast: 7F, 12M, one announcer. However,Virgil can be changed to a woman. Isaac and Billie Jean changed to twin girls. Digger can be a woman and change the language to fit. The detective could also be a woman that one of the boys take a liking too. Uncle Jeb can become a female cousin or aunt. Aunt Allie probably can be eliminated and Zelda take her lines. The Highlanders can be two old maids.

Ages of the actors: Adult.

Suitable for:  All ages.

Length: 40-50 minutes

Set: The Hawkin’s family home.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – accents.

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Copyright © May 2017 John Schall

Like this play? Other plays like it:

Something’s got to give – comedy about a suburban dysfunctional family
The Astounding works of Simon Trout – hilarious one act about a magical sprit who can change events to the way he likes.
Holiday Island – comedy about a bunch of typical British holiday makers

The play’s the thing – one act crime script about the perfect murder

one act crime script about a murder

THE PLAY’S THE THING – ONE ACT CRIME SCRIPT ABOUT THE PERFECT MURDER

It was the perfect murder. And the perfect accident. Or so Greta thought. Deeply infatuated by her good looking actor boyfriend, her husband Charles appears to be nothing more than an impediment to their happiness. She plans the perfect way to get rid of Charles, and make it look like it was all an accident. When Larry, her lover, gives Charles (who is a well known actor) a script to read, she decides to ask Charles to ‘act out’ the script with them, and supplies him with a loaded gun for the suicide scene… But she’ll have to learn the hard way that there’s no such thing as the perfect murder in this one act crime script.

Read other plays by Peter – The Coming of Jed Crest – an ordinary girl finds out her dad may be a rock star from back in the day.

Author: Peter Pitt

Genre: Crime, drama

Type: One act crime script

Length: Thirty minutes

Cast: 3M, 2F

Ages of the actors: One M in his fifties, two in their thirties and two in their twenties

Suitable for: All ages to watch. Adults to act in.

Set: A luxury apartment in London, furnished with 1930’s styled furniture. There is a large couch, two armchairs, a writing desk, cocktail cabinet, a television set and a telephone

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – accents and period piece.

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Like this play? Other crime scripts for you to enjoy:

The Mysterious Death of Christine Wilde – one act crime drama
All in the past – period murder mystery play
War stories – good cop, bad cop drama

A famed life – ten minute comedy for two women

ten minute comedy for two women

A FAMED LIFE – TEN MINUTE COMEDY FOR TWO WOMEN

Picture it. You’re famous, super rich, and adored by your fans. Basically, you’re a little spoiled and let’s face it, slightly past your prime. And today, of all days, Yvette, your faithful, um, um… (well, you can’t call them servants nowadays, darling) up and leaves you. And she has the audacity to tell you exactly why in this ten minute comedy for two women.

Other comedies (The Fence – a him and her comedy set on both sides of the fence) by James.

Author: James Hanson

Type: Ten minute comedy for two women, duologue

Genre: Comedy

Cast: 2F

Ages of the actresses: One over forty, other listed as mid thirties but can easily be played by an older woman

Suitable for: To act: middle aged to older female actors
To watch: All ages

Length: Ten minutes

Set: A fancy living room in a mansion

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – this script has plenty of material that can be played very humorously if one uses the correction inflection or tone of voice, otherwise it comes across as a very straight script. It’s all in the acting.

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

Like this play? Other comedies for two women:

Nights – funny musical adapatation of the Arabian Nights
My middle name is angry – two hander comedy for woman
Well I never – comedy sketch about gossip for two to three women (one silent part that can be written out)

Questions – ten minute drama for three actresses

ten minute drama for three actresses

QUESTIONS – TEN MINUTE DRAMA FOR THREE ACTRESSES

In Questions, a ten minute drama for three actresses, Nina has a confession to make to her ‘friend’ Sandra, initially, and Rosie (who is not much of a friend either) as well. If she were honest to herself Nina would conclude two things, the first being: that she has a problem being honest and secondly: that her life is a bit of
a mess. In one hand are the lies and in the other is the mess she’s created with the lies. When both hands have her tied up, the only option she has left is to declare their contents… two days ago.

Well, the brunette stole the blonde’s man and killed him.

Read about playwright Keith Passmore. Other short dramas – The Box by Keith.

Author: Keith Passmore

Genre: Drama

Type: One act play, Ten minute drama for three actresses

Cast: 3F

Ages of the actors: Late thirties

Suitable for: Adults (both to perform and to watch as has some language in it)

Length: Ten minutes, dinner theatre

Set: The living room of a normal flat/house

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – ability to act

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Like this play? Other ten minute dramas

Why Shoot your Husband? Ten minute drama scripts
Survivors include – drama about teen suicide
The bowl of soup – she’s leaving him and he eats a bowl of soup at her

A Field of Glory – American civil war drama

American civil war drama

A FIELD OF GLORY – AMERICAN CIVIL WAR DRAMA

This American Civil War drama concerns a Mississippi mother, Rosalia talking with her son, John a Confederate soldier, who unexpectedly returns from the front to see her. He comes burning with questions and a desire to unburden himself about the meaning and the brutality of war as well as unanswered questions about his life before he left. The play follows a long conversation between the two of them. Rosalia owns her own estate with its slaves and John tries to convince her to improve their lives and to give them an education. She loves her son, and she agrees to do what he asks of her for them.

About a third of the way through the play the reader/audience knows (or thinks they know) how it will end but the playwright cleverly diverts the dialogue into a discussion of the morality and economics of slavery and the politics and cost of the war. This is so well done that the denouement is a shock.

This beautifully written play runs for 75 minutes with no interval and with only 2 actors so it will challenge the best players.

Other plays (The Ten Minute Hamlet – large cast comedy) by Sharon.

Author: Sharon Talbot

Genre: American Civil War Drama

Type: Full length one act play

Length: 75 minutes

Cast: 1M 1F

Ages of the actors: M – 18, F in her forties

Suitable for: Anyone teenage up can perform, but the play is a heavy drama aimed at older teens and adults. Great monologues throughout will provide excellent audition pieces.

Set: A plantation flower garden at the bottom of a small grassy hill, Palmetto Place, Mississippi. The last three steps of an outdoor stairway can barely be seen upstage left behind the foliage. Flowers grow in abundance on either side of a flagstone path which divides the space. Downstage right, a flattened patch of dead rose bushes and weeds. Upstage right, a decorative garden bench. Upstage left, a decorative garden chair. Upstage center, a table that holds pots, etc. Flowers everywhere. Throughout the play, breezes blow, birds sing, insects buzz.

Level of difficulty: 8/10 – a challenging piece for two skilled actors to hold the audience’s attention.

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Copyright © April 2017 Sharon Talbot and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other American dramas:

A Deep Rural Tract – African American family drama
Agatha the ugly – drama romance set in world war 2 about a radio show
Lies you can’t make up – drama about JFK

Benny and Boris – Ten minute poignant comedy for seniors

ten minute poignant comedy

BENNY AND BORIS – TEN MINUTE POIGNANT COMEDY

A park bench on a summer day: this is where we find two old friends Benny & Boris, shooting the breeze over their weekly card game.  But today, the usual lighthearted shmoozing evolves into something deeper…

During their usual routine of playing cards and reading the obituaries, a deeply disturbing personal issue is revealed and Benny & Boris find their friendship put to the test.
Throughout this heartwarming, humorous one-act play, Benny & Boris discover that while the people closest to you sometimes let you down, family can be found in the most unexpected places.
Award-winning playwright Morley Shulman provides a fresh perspective on love & friendship, life & death, aging, and what family really means.

A ten minute poignant comedy with some great funny lines that deals with the sensitive subject of growing older and being best friends.

Read about playwright Morley Shulman. Other plays – Hang ups! A musical about the office by Morley

Author: Morley Shulman

Genre: Ten minute poignant comedy

Type: Ten minute plays, one act play scripts

Length: Ten minutes

Cast: 2M

Age of the actors: Seventy plus

Suitable for: All ages to watch(PG language younger kids) Adults up to perform.

Set: A park bench

Level of difficulty: 6/10 – sharp quick lines to bounce off the other actors

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Copyright April 2017 Morley Shulman and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other ten minute plays:

Hell Froze over – ten minute comedy about sports taken a bit too far
Two cats, no dogs – romantic comedy
The ship has sailed – ten minute drama about asking her out, way too late

The Best Policy – one act drama about the death of a spouse

drama about death of a spouse

 THE BEST POLICY – ONE ACT DRAMA ABOUT THE DEATH OF A SPOUSE

Death sets the tone for a chain of events that Penny DuPont did not
see coming when her husband, Bob, dies suddenly, leaving Penny,
their two boys and secrets behind. When she finds a ring hidden in his clothing, her suspicions come to a head in this drama about the death of a spouse. As Penny’s suspicions of Bob’s unlived life make her more uneasy by the minute, she tries to glue the pieces of what’s been broken back together and at the same time has to find a way to honour Bob’s memory for the sake of the boys and her own good sense. This one act drama explores the loss of a loved-one and the pursuit of contentment.

…and in death, life’s secrets are revealed.

Other plays – a Man’s home – family drama about a wife’s death by Donna

Author:  Donna Hopkins

Genre:  Family Drama about the death of a spouse

Type: One act play

Cast: 4M, 2F

Ages of the actors: Four adult, 2M boys/teens, any age

Suitable for: Actors of all ages and to perform to a cast of all ages but aimed at an adult audience.

Length: Twenty five to thirty minutes

Set: The living room of a middle-class home in a mid-sized town in
the Midwest, maybe Wisconsin. It’s decorated in shades
of brown with blue accents. Early dusk. A jack-o-lantern is
grinning eerily in the picture window. And in another scene:  an office with desk and chair. 

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – a character based play.  Good for drama college/school

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Copyright © March 2017 Donna Hopkins and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other family dramas in one act for you to enjoy:

The appointment with God – one act family drama
The things that happen in new York – a young couple loses their apartment in this one act drama
Mateo Falcone – classic tale of a father taking his own son’s life

The chase – one act period romantic comedy

THE CHASE – ONE ACT PERIOD ROMANTIC COMEDY

one acy period romantic comedy

How does a bit of gossip sound? Meet Barry. Barry sees Carrie, spills wine on her and is immediately struck by Cupid’s arrow. Barry proceeds to have Sally, his assistant, deliver a message to Carrie, with a date proposition. Carrie is only convinced by her assistant, Larry, who charmingly seconds Sally’s notion that Carrie has nothing to lose from a night of free dinner and wine, with Barry in this one act period romantic comedy. Carrie agrees to the date. But Carrie has Harry (he does business in America) and let us not forget Hallie, also thrown into the mix for some odd reason. Hallie is a wedding planner, she may or may not be vital to this comedy and she’s an American (interestingly enough). Barry, Carrie, Sally, Larry, Harry and Hallie are all pleased to be a part of London’s finest and The Chase. They bring the ‘50’s to life in a case of the best and worst of times!

First comes love, but just before marriage, here comes dear arrogant, toe-raggedy, uncivilised, clumsy Barry in a weird yet charming carriage!

Author: Nikita Sowan

Genre: One act Period romantic comedy

Type: One act stage play/short screenplay

Cast: Mains 2M 2F. Total cast: 6 3M 3F and a barista.

Ages of the actors: Approximately their 30’s

Length:  Twenty minutes

Suitable for: All ages

Suitable for be performed by: Teens up

Set: This play has been adapted from a screenplay and can be produced as a screenplay, or as a stage play.  There are short scene changes which would make a black box stage better than a constructed set for this one act period comedy script. 

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – easy dialogue but quick scene changes

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

Sarah wants the moon – one act comedy set in Paris
Cuckold – saucy period piece
Agatha the Ugly – period comedy-drama set in the war

Lovely, dark and deep – one act science fiction play

one act science fiction play

LOVELY, DARK AND DEEP – ONE ACT SCIENCE FICTION PLAY

It’s an arsehole world we live in. You know it, I know it, Dee knows it. Dee knows it well enough for her to lose sleep over it. Pondering the injustices and outraged over the indelicacies of
the human spirit, her only question is ‘Why’?

Although he cannot answer for the world and what it has become, Dee’s dad takes it upon himself to explain why things could be worse and how humanity is not completely forsaken. It’s a story he knows all too well, one he has mulled over all his years since it first aggressively presented itself to him. It is a story that, like many others, is at its core, a lesson and ironically; the lesson was never intended for him.

This is the story: Once upon a time, a guy decided to play a practical joke in which a weird unearthly sound would terrify his wife, in order to cure her of her supernatural superstition. Only, little did he know that his joke would lead to another dimension altogether, a dimension dangerous and deadly. The only way out would be to retain his humanity.

The greatest story ever told, will be yours.

Read about playwright Pete Mesling

Author: Pete Mesling

Genre: One act play, science fiction

Type: One act play

Length: Thirty five minutes

Cast: Cast of eight to nine. 5F, 3M, 1N

Ages of the actors: One older child, one young woman, the rest adult to older.

Suitable for: Teen and adult actors. One child actress in the script, could be played by a young teen.
Slightly scary for young children to watch.

Set: Various – a porch, a bedroom, the cellar, another dimension. Can be staged in various locations on stage, with minimal furniture or at the director’s discretion.

Level of Difficulty: 7/10 – scene changes

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Copyright © March 2017 Pete Mesling and Off the Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other one act sci-fi and horror plays for you to enjoy:

An ordinary man – comedy about a guy who is tired of being a werewolf. Really tired.
Mister Hislop’s dating agency – just because you’re dead doesn’t mean you can’t date!
Starline 117 – a man is found waiting in an airport for a flight that will never come

Trump: Wolf of Pennsylvania Avenue – Trump comedy sketch

trump comedy sketch

TRUMP: WOLF OF PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE – TRUMP COMEDY SKETCH

In this Trump comedy sketch, Donald trump is taken before “The Committee” to review his appointment as President of the United States and to tell him that nobody wants him. He can’t go back to The Apprentice – they don’t want him. American Idol already have Simon Cowell, so they don’t need Trump as well.

Whilst Trump furiously tweets to his followers (all 25% of America) how everybody is being mean to him, the committee decides his fate. And in his own words (well almost) – He’s fired!!

But how does he take it?

Other plays – Hell Froze Over – a comedy about sports by Demarquis Lamar Johnson.

Author: Demarquis Lamar Johnson

Genre: Trump comedy sketch

Type: Skit or sketch, one act

Cast: Anything from Three actors up

Ages of the actors: Adult but could be funny with a committee of kids in suits

Suitable for: Older kids to adult to both watch and perform

Length: 5 minutes

Set: At director’s discretion. Most likely a desk with committee seated behind it. Cell phones needed.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 accurate portrayal of Donald Trump

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Copyright © March 2017 Demarquis Lamar Johnson and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other political comedies, sketches and skits

Mother – a short comedy piece about being politically incorrect in this day and age
Ye’ll vote for me – Irish political comedy sketch
Nicer Republicans – short political satire

What the old guy said – very funny senior monologue

funny senior monologue

WHAT THE OLD GUY SAID – VERY FUNNY SENIOR MONOLOGUE

In this very funny senior monologue, Carney, a typical old guy (complete with all the usual complaints about everything including the government, foreign people and his medication) gets up and, well starts to complain. At first you think he’s just going on a bit. But when it gets to the part about being arrested for being a suspected bomber, as well as for for indecent exposure after being assaulted by a German Shepherd with his pants down in the clinic whilst having a colonoscopy, well you just have to read it. And pick yourself up off the floor afterwards. It’s so funny.

Read about playwright Leon Kaye. Read other best selling comedy scripts – Church of Satan – a religious satire by Leon.

Author: Leon H. Kaye

Genre: Comedy, funny senior monologue

Type: One act play, sketch, monologue

Cast: One male actor

Age of the actor: 76

Suitable for: PG 10

Length: Eight to ten minutes

Set: No set – a stage

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – remembering dialogue and comic timing/pacing

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

Like this play? Other funny monologues for you:

In the Hut – funny Irish monologues for men
Guy meets girl – one hander comedy routine – about dating and nerves
Gray Matters – short funny monologue about the guy who runs your brain