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plays in one act usually between 25-35 minutes long

Two cousins and a pizza – ten minute American play

ten minute American play

TWO COUSINS AND A PIZZA – TEN MINUTE AMERICAN PLAY

In ”Two Cousins and a Pizza” Mikey’s in town from Chicago and for Johnny, it’s just like old times. There’s nothin’ like grabbing a good, old fashioned New York City pizza and for the cousins, there’s no question that Chi-town don’t cut it in this regard. New York City pizzas are in a league of their own and that’s a fact that even a non-native would understand well. From the texture of the dough (thanks to the city’s water) to the 45cm diameter slice; it’s authentic, it’s simple and it’s New York, baby!

So when Johnny’s cousin starts tucking into his slice with knife and fork in hand, it’s not a problem, it’s a catastrophe! How dare he? In this ten minute American play, Johnny attempts to rehabilitate Mikey so that he can snap out of it and use his God-given hands to enjoy a meal meant to be relished the only way it can (according to Johnny).

If you take the boy outta New York, well maybe then…. he shouldn’t come back.

Author: Anthony J. Piccione

Type: Ten minute American plays

Genre: Comedy

Cast: 2M

Ages of the actors: Adult

Suitable for: Adults – odd swearword

Length: Ten Minutes

Set: A pizza joint in New York City. There is a large pizza pie on the table.

Level of difficulty: 6/10 – short easy play – getting the characters and accents right

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Copyright © October 2018 Anthony J. Piccione and Off the Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other American plays you may enjoy:

The Things that happen in New York – one act drama
343 Union Street – comedy set in Brooklyn
Agatha the Ugly – drama about friendship, love and loss set after WWII

The Makeover – Ten Minute Comedy Play about an old flame

ten minute comedy play

THE MAKEOVER – ROMANTIC TEN MINUTE COMEDY PLAY ABOUT AN OLD FLAME

Although the years have passed, Doug has always retained a passion for Judy, his old high school flame. Although far from perfect in her own eyes, in Doug’s eyes Judy was the epitome of perfection from the tips of her chubby toes, past her cuddly waist to her pug nose. And today she’s back in town with Doug anxiously waiting for a chance to meet up with his old flame. Who knows what could happen? Maybe this time he’ll take the chances he didn’t last time…
But when ‘Judith’, a willowy vision, walks through the door, Doug just doesn’t know what to say.. Or do! Ten minute comedy play script about an old flame.

Read other plays – The Mirror – a collection of Ten Minute Plays by American playwright Jean Blasiar.

Author: Jean Blasiar

Type: Ten minute comedy script

Genre: Romantic comedy script

Cast: 1M 1F

Ages of the actors: Twenties to Thirties

Suitable for: All ages to watch and adults to perform

Length: Ten Minutes

Set: Doug’s bachelor apartment

Level of difficulty: 6/10 – a simple easy to perform fun script

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Copyright © September 2018 Jean Blasiar and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other fun ten minute comedies for two actors:

Down by the River – ten minute comedy script
Matter Matters – ten minute comedy set on a biplane
Yoo Hoo, Mister Solomon – romantic comedy for an older couple

The Wilting Press – twenty minute play about life

THE WILTING PRESS – TWENTY MINUTE PLAY ABOUT LIFE AND HELPING OTHERS

Imagine if you had a problem, one that you couldn’t find a solution to. You don’t want to ‘look for help’ at this stage, preferring to try to sort it out yourself. What if you then went for a walk in the park?  On a bench a Wanderer jovially sits with a tattered book in this twenty minute play. The book is a wilting flower press full of the wanderer’s memories.  You sit down. You talk about love, family, life, and what it means to have a conversation that matters.

Three strangers encounter the Wanderer. Burdened by their respective circumstances, each Stranger shares their time and woes with the Wanderer, hoping to move forward.  And so the Wanderer, armed with words and a wilting press, mends these disillusioned hearts with one phrase: “Care to share your troubles?”

The wanderer asks only for a flower for their press from each stranger in return.  Will we ever find out why the Wanderer helps these people? Perhaps not. But maybe that isn’t important.

Other plays by Ash Crestfelt – Someone to Remember – a one act teen drama

Author: Ash Crestfelt

Type: One act play

Genre: Drama, teens, play about life

Cast: 1M, 4N

Ages of the actors: Teens up to adults

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

Length: Twenty Minutes

Set: A park bench and a bush/flowers beside it.

Level of difficulty: 5/10 – a play that has a simple message – to do good for others, and easy to perform

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Copyright © September 2018 Ash Crestfelt and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other one act drama scripts for you to enjoy:

Am I good? One act comedy script for 1 teen and two adults
Home – romantic drama for two actors
Mateo Falcone – classic tragedy in one act

Zombies in the Staffroom – Comedy play for kids aged 9 to 14

play for kids aged 9 to 14

ZOMBIES IN THE STAFF ROOM – COMEDY PLAY FOR KIDS AGED 9 to 14

Junk food, video games and music. Detention has never been so awesome. Or so deadly. As three students who are sent to detention find out as the zombie teacher attempts to soften their brains with sweets, video games and music in order to make them more delicious! Will the students succumb to the zombies or will they change their ways? It might very well save their lives….in more ways than one. Zombies in the Staff Room is a comedy play for kids aged 9 to 14.

It is a fun script, and students should find it enjoyable to perform – and audiences will find it fun to watch. It requires at least 7 characters, and at least 2 of them must be zombies – but there can be plenty more than that – the more zombies, the better! The language is at senior elementary level. There are two ‘adult’ roles, but older students could play these.

Read other plays by award winning playwright Sarah Tighe – Six days till Sunday

Author: Sarah Tighe

Type: Short two-act play for senior primary school

Genre: Comedy play for kids aged 9 to 14

Cast: At least 7 characters, 2 of which are zombies, but the more zombies, the merrier!

Ages of the actors: Aged 9 – 14, senior primary, junior high

Suitable for: Senior primary and junior high school performances.

Length: Forty minutes

Set: A classroom where detention is being held

Level of difficulty: 6/10 – characterization

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Copyright © August 2018 Sarah Tighe

Like this play? Other monstrous plays for students:

The Vampire Drudgeries – comedy for teens about a rebellious vegetarian vampire
Alien Research – funny play for primary school
How we saved our homeroom teacher – when the teacher is kidnapped by a wizard, the kids have to solve the mystery

The Christmas Ghosts – modern Scrooge play

MODERN SCROOGE PLAY

THE CHRISTMAS GHOSTS – MODERN SCROOGE PLAY FOR OLDER KIDS AND TEENS

Cell phones with creepy ringtones have made the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future’s job easier; they no longer have to fly their clients around and can display the bad guys’ past, present and future in an instant. That’s exactly what they do when Bill and Joe cross their path. Driven by the same intent they had with old Scrooge, the spirits help them to become better fellows and to keep Christmas in the most generous and honest way there is in this modern Scrooge play.

Author: Olivia Arieti

Type: One act play, ten minute plays

Genre: Modern Scrooge play, teens, children’s

Length: Ten minutes

Cast: 6N, 2M, 2F

Ages of the actors: Older kids up to adults

Suitable for: Schools for Christmas plays

Set: The Street, Christmas Eve

Level of difficulty: 6/10 a sweet short play that will be enjoyed by the performers.

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Copyright © August 2018 Olivia Arieti and Off the Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other Christmas plays of a similar vein:

trolls Stole the North Pole – Christmas play for kids
The Rocking Horse Christmas – movie scripts
A Christmas Carol, too! Short Christmas Skits

Cheeky – One act comedy that’s not a pain in the butt.

one act comedy play

CHEEKY – ONE ACT COMEDY PLAY THAT’S NOT A PAIN IN THE BUTT

So…I am butt cheek number one. Next to butt cheek number two. Only he’s a bit of a pain in the…sorry, let me not be a total ass about this and explain what I mean. I will start by stating that even though I share DNA with number two, in my opinion we couldn’t be more different. I, for example am the cultured one, the wine connoisseur and I know my vocabulary is better. Or should I say ‘superior.’ It’s like a great divide separates the two of us.

Anyway, today may turn out to be quite an exciting day and the two of us may finally get to see the light of day again. We get the feeling he’s got a hot date. Or something else equally as fun! A one act comedy play for two male actors.

Read about playwright Morley Shulman. Other one act comedies by Morley – Naked – when a blind date starts out with just a little lie..

Playwright: Morley Shulman

Type: Short one act play

Genre: One act comedy play

Cast: 2M (similar looking)

Ages of the actors: Adult

Suitable for: PG 10 – odd innuendo

Length: 10-15 minutes

Set: Black box theatre or at the director’s discretion

Level of difficulty: 6/10 – funny short play for 2 actors that relies on characterization for humor.

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Copyright © August 2018 Morley Shulman and Off the Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other two-hander comedies for two male actors that you may enjoy:

Repertory theatre – hilarious comedy about trying to get a play staged for 2M
Ralph –  a slightly bizarre film noir play
Ratboy – failed superhero comedy script

Childish Authors – one act comedy about the classroom for a mix of adults and kids

comedy about the classroom

CHILDISH AUTHORS – ONE ACT COMEDY ABOUT THE CLASSROOM

You’re an author. You’ve written a book for children that you think they’ll love. So when the local school invites you to a book reading for nine year olds you jump at the chance. Poor you. You should never have done that. Apparently your book about modern moms with nannies and dads who drive SUV’s isn’t quite what you thought it was. The kids are quick to point out that there was no way that Holly would have paid for an ad to hire her own nanny and the fact that the mom posts pics of herself on the internet is obviously completely inappropriate for a children’s book in this one act comedy about the classroom.

Luckily their teacher has wised up after a year with these little brats and she knows just what to do to fix it. And it doesn’t involve raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens.

Read about playwright Leon Kaye. Other plays – Church of Satan – religious satire by Leon.

Author: Leon Kaye

Type: One act comedy about the classroom

Genre: Comedy, children, school

Cast: 3 adults (F), 6 children (3M 3F)

Ages of the actors: One older woman in her 60’s, two in their 30’s and kids are around 9 years of age

Length: 30 minutes

Suitable for: All ages to watch, kids and adults to perform. Adult roles should ideally be played by adults.

Set: Empty stage with barstools, a carpet for the kids to sit on and three pocket books.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – words are easy to learn for the kids but there is a lot of satire in this sketch that needs to come across.

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Copyright © August 2018 Leon Kaye and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other satires for you to enjoy:

Thirds – a suburban satire about inheriting a house and splitting it. Physically
The chicken or the egg – a political satire script about a farmer who is accused of being a terrorist because of something his chicken has done
Trump – I’m not a racist! skit

Family Separation – a dark comedy skit about parents separating. From their kids

dark comedy skit

FAMILY SEPARATION – A DARK COMEDY SKIT ABOUT PARENTS SEPARATING. FROM THEIR KIDS.

When Andrew and Andrea set their kids, Fran and Francis down at the table to talk about something important, the kids naturally assume their parents are going to get a divorce. After all, they have been fighting an awful lot. So it comes as a huge shock when their parents inform them that, yes, they are legally separating, but, no, it’s not from each other, but from their kids. After all, the kids are the source of the problems they’ve been having, really. Without them, they’d have more money and even be able to go on that holiday they’d always wanted. Of course they’d have to move out. Who?  Why? Well, Andrew and Andrea are really attached to the house so it should be the kids that go. Simple? Of course it is! A dark comedy skit about parents separating from their kids.

Other skits by Peter Keel – Bad news, Pluto!

Author: Peter Keel

Type: Dark comedy skit

Genre: Comedy, family, skit, sketch

Cast: 2M 2F

Ages of the actors: 2 teens 2 parents

Suitable for: Teens up to watch and perform

Length: 7 minutes

Set: Kitchen table/family room

Level of difficulty: 6/10 – fun easy skit – hard to keep a straight face!

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Copyright © August 2018 Peter Keel and Off the Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other skits, sketches and dark comedies about family:

Sketches – a collection of comedy and drama sketches for teens
A house of dolls – 10 minute script about a crazy family
Something’s got to give – full length family comedy

The Wrong side of the road – Drama for Teens about a Car Accident

DRAMA FOR TEENS ABOUT A CAR ACCIDENT

THE WRONG SIDE OF THE ROAD – DRAMA FOR TEENS ABOUT A CAR ACCIDENT

Imagine that, in a moment of thoughtlessness your life would change for ever, and would even be over.
It’s the holidays and three teens, Danny, Ben and Rachael are going to spend the holidays at the cottage owned by Danny’s father. Danny, egged on by Ben, has driven there in his father’s car without his father’s consent. Danny also hasn’t got a driving licence or insurance in this drama for teens about a car accident.

Just a matter of a few minutes from their destination, Danny takes a bend on the wrong side of the road, resulting in another car swerving out the way to avoid them and crashing, with fatalities highly likely. In a moment of panic, Danny doesn’t stop at the scene of the accident.

When Rachael arrives at the holiday cottage on her motorbike a little later she brings news. The car they hit had one survivor, a policeman. She then produces a gun she took from the scene of the crime. What she suggests next is unthinkable.

The wrong side of the road was was one of nine scripts short-listed in the 2009 Kenneth Branagh Drama Writing Award competition.

Author: James Chalmers

Genre: Drama for teens about a car accident

Type: One act play

Length: 25 minutes (One Act)

Cast: 2 Male 1 Female

Ages of players: 14 to 18

Suitable for: Teens and young adults

Set: A holiday cottage

Level of difficulty: 8/10 – a good play for one act festivals with growing tension throughout.

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Copyright © July 2018 James Chalmers and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other similar plays for you to enjoy:

Road Toll – one act drama in which police bring news of a fatal crash in which the person who died was thought to have died years before
The Back Seat – drama about college rape
Questions – one act drama about a murder

The Right Approach – ten minute comedy for three actors about a brothel

comedy for three actors

THE RIGHT APPROACH – TEN MINUTE COMEDY FOR THREE ACTORS ABOUT A BROTHEL

In this ten minute comedy for three actors, young Eve, who has been working in the same position for the past few years (mostly on her back, but some clients do like a bit of variety) plucks up courage and asks for a promotion from her boss. The only thing is, Eve feels that she hasn’t been challenged at all in her current position and is looking for an opportunity to prove she’s worth the promotion.

Enter Eve’s latest customer, who swears he isn’t going to pay because….he just wasn’t satisfied!! Although Eve finds this hard to swallow, she hardens her resolve, puts her head down and insists that he pay his dues. When her boss threatens to call the police and her now confessed dead broke client bursts into tears, it’s up to Eve to come up with a solution for everybody.

A fun comedy that alludes to what the nature of the business is without ever saying so in so many words.

Read about playwright George Freek.  Other plays – Lovely to Look at – comedy about community theatre by George

Author: George Freek

Type: Ten minute comedy for three actors

Genre: Comedy, one act, ten minute plays

Length: Ten minutes

Cast: 2F, 1M

Ages of the actors: One in her twenties, two older

Suitable for: Adults only

Set: A pleasant, tastefully decorated waiting room

Level of difficulty: 6/10 – simple script, fun parts for three strong actors

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Copyright © July 2018 George Freek and Off the Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other plays of a similar vein:

Am I good? One act play about a teenage boy and his babysitter, a pretty older woman who’s getting ready for a date
Cuckold – ten minute period play
Undressed – monologue about being a stripper

You Wanted To See Me? Comedy sketch about being late for work

comedy sketch about being late for work

YOU WANTED TO SEE ME?  COMEDY SKETCH ABOUT BEING LATE FOR WORK

Roger is a guy with a problem. A problem that’s recently become more and more noticeable to his line manager. What is it? Well -in the past two months he’s been late for work pretty much three days out of five. For a number of reasons. The usual ones – his alarm didn’t go off and his car wouldn’t start. And…those that are a little less usual, such as having a flock of giant bunnies gallop past his window one morning and being mugged for his travel card by a man in a dress. Not to mention the dognapping for half a million pounds he was recently involved in. The thing is – every single one of these reasons is true. Completely true. And today he’s being called to the big boss’s office to have a little meeting about it in this comedy sketch about being late for work.

The author will allow workshopping of the language in the script to make it more local to the area is it being staged.

Other plays by award winning playwright Claire Linda Demmer – Waiting – two hander ten minute comedy about being stuck in the queue to go to the toilet.

Author: Claire Linda Demmer

Type: Comedy sketch about being late for work

Genre: Comedy, one act, sketch

Length: Seven minutes

Cast: Cast of 2, Roger should be male but Mr Smith could be either gender

Ages of the actors: 1 middle aged to older, 1 younger to middle aged

Suitable for: Adults – language, one reference to sex . This can be edited out if younger performers are to stage it.

Set: A typical manger’s office. There is a single door leading into the office. There is a desk with a phone and a sheaf of papers which the manager will consult. There are two chairs – both armchairs. The one armchair for Roger should have those narrow type of arms that look a bit flimsy.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – this play can make use of physical comedy to add to the humour if the performers wish to.

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Copyright © July 2018 Claire Demmer and Off the Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Others like it:

The Call Centre – comedy sketch about a call centre for 3 actors
A Likely story – 5 minute comedy filler
Trump – American nightmare – Trump comedy sketch

The Pendragon Sacrifice – Award winning play about Merlin and King Arthur

play about Merlin and king arthur

THE PENDRAGON SACRIFICE – AWARD WINNING PLAY ABOUT MERLIN AND KING ARTHUR

So it is in the reimagining of the adventures of Merlin and his motley crew, that an evil too ghastly to imagine rears its head and must be done away with.   In this one act drama, Arthur of Legend, his brother Marcus, Gwenivere and a band that only Merlin could come up with have one task: to defeat the darkness before it has its chance of setting in in this award winning play about Merlin and King Arthur. Some will die; let them. Some will live; may they live forever…

The evil that descends into the hearts of men is both from and becomes the world. Merlin has witnessed it and can never forget it; it would be unwise for him to even try to.

This show was produced by E.A. Laney High School in October of 2014. It was our competition piece and won awards for best fight choreography, Outstanding Director, and best actress.

Other plays by award winning playwright Brent Holland – Getting this Close – play about love in  High School.

Author: Brent Holland

Type: One act play about Merlin and King Arthur

Genre: Adventure, action, teen, fantasy

Length: Thirty minutes

Cast: 6M, 5F, 9N

Ages of the actors: Teens and up

Suitable for: High school performances to community theatre

Set: Merlin’s study, then a table where people are eating, then Riveredge city post carnage.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – an award winning teen play

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Copyright © July 2018 Brent Holland and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Others like it:

The Lady of the Lake Murder – an Arthurian murder mystery script
Regicide – play play about a revolution, and murder
Teru’ah – Jewish fantasy script set in an alternate reality post WWII

Taken to Tusk – An off the wall comedy

OFF THE WALL comedy

TAKEN TO TUSK – AN OFF THE WALL COMEDY

Rene McBean is a cantankerous, leaden-legged, old woman who fell out with her daughter Wanda some years back, which resulted in her granddaughter Sharon staying with her nan. At that time Sharon had an imaginary friend – Trunky The Elephant – which, unbeknownst to Wanda, has evolved since, to the point where she now thinks she is Trunky, made worse by the fact that Rene’s neighbours Ethel (computer savvy busybody) and Hector (amorous lothario) come around to watch her perform. There is no TV in the house and they like nothing better than to sit down and watch Sharon perform as Trunky in this off the wall comedy.

Wanda’s raison d’etre, however, is to try and ‘cure’ Sharon so that she leaves the home and Wanda can ‘inveigle her way back in’ so that Rene’s wealth will be re-distributed, she hopes, to help her and her new boyfriend – unfunny comedian Mikey Strange – set up a Comedy Club. To help her plan along, Mikey transforms into Dr Michael Strangue, an eminent doctor in the field of ‘curing people with imaginary friends etc’, using his ‘comic skills’ to ad lib to suit the ever-evolving situation. The plan, however, fails soon after it starts as Sharon’s own raison d’etre soon surfaces, which makes everyone face up to their own existences.

Ultimately it is Rene who is made to face just what has made her the mean-spirited woman she is today and how her relationship with Wanda was coloured by her own marriage breakdown and, come the end, all three McBean women realise what has happened to their lives because of either the way men have treated them, or how their personalities have been without men around, which leaves Mikey, in a way, the chance of becoming a husband, a step-father and a son-in-law all in one fell swoop.

Other plays – Squawk by British playwright Troy Banyan.

Author: Troy Banyan

Type: One act play

Genre: Off the Wall Comedy

Cast: Six, 4F, 2M

Ages of the actors: Three older, two middle aged and one in their twenties

Length: Forty five minutes

Set: The whole play takes place in one set, the front lounge of Rene McBean, on one evening. Downstage right is a straw bedding area, behind which is a podium (on its side) and a long stick. The fireplace then runs up the right wall and on the mantelpiece are some framed photographs. Upstage Right is a hi-fi unit, under which are some jungle bongos. Along the back is a reclining lounger seat, next to which is a side table. Upstage left is the door through which all exits and entrances are made as it leads to not only the (unseen) front door but all other rooms in the house. Downstage left is a long sideboard, on which is an ornate howdah (elephant seat). Going vertical down centre right is a three- seater sofa and this is facing a cleared area in front on the bedding/fireplace. The décor is very jungle-like, with African markings on the walls, curtains etc and various artefacts dotted around the room. There is no TV in room.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – characterization

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Copyright © July 2018 Troy Banyan and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other Off the Wall comedies you may enjoy:

Hossback – an Off The Wall Comedy about cowboys (and their ponies)
Repertory theatre – extremely funny comedy about trying to get a play staged
Thirty Deep – American comedy about a taxidermist and a most… unusual job

Trump – I’m not a RACIST! Skit

Donald Trump racist skit

TRUMP – I’M NOT RACIST! TRUMP RACIST SKIT

Donald Trump is sitting tweeting one day, when a very nervous Press Secretary enters, saying that they need to talk. About? “Well – about the allegations.” “Allegations?” “That you’re racist. Racist?!!!!” Trump is flabbergasted. He can’t be racist. Most of his staff are Mexicans. So he can’t be. And he eats at Taco Bell. And he lets the black guy win at The Apprentice sometimes. Donald sets out to set things right in the only way he knows how in this Trump racist skit.

Other Trump skits by Demarquis – Trump – American Nightmare!

Author: Demarquis Johnson

Type: Short comedy skit about Donald Trump

Genre: Comedy, political, skit, satire, Trump racist skit

Cast: 2M or 1M/1F

Ages of the actors: Adult

Length: Two minutes. This is a short skit. The entire play is two pages long.

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

Set: Donald Trump’s office

Level of difficulty: 6/10 – characterization as actors are playing a well known specific role.

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Copyright © July 2018 Demarquis Johnson and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other skits and short comedies of a similar vein:

Mother – a comedy about being a little too PC because your mother isn’t
Attorney skit – we’ll get what you paid for
The chicken or the egg – a political satire script

The Vampire Drudgeries – teen comedy play about a rebellious vegetarian vampire

teen comedy play

THE VAMPIRE DRUDGERIES – TEEN COMEDY PLAY ABOUT A REBELLIOUS VEGETARIAN VAMPIRE

In this teen comedy play, Anton, the “son” of Count Dracula and his bride, is celebrating his birthday. Of sorts…

It’s not quite a birthday. It is, essentially, the day he died and was reborn a vampire. It’s known as his “Deathday”. In ‘The Vampire Drudgeries’, a comedy in one act, we see that for every growing teenage vampire their greatest wish on their “Deathday” is freedom!  This isn’t an uncommon wish, whether you’re a  ‘so called bloodsucking monster’ or an ordinary  human teen.   The freedom to go where he wants and do what he wants.  How about eat what he wants?  Well…..Anton is part of a  coven including; zombies, witches, werewolves and even the Frankenstein monster, that has to live by ‘vegetarian’ rules, thus the freedom to truly accept his true nature would be priceless.

Luckily for Anton, the omens may just be in his favour. Unfortunately, for the rest of us that is not a good sign.

The rules became as unreal as those whom they were imposed on. Unreal, unimaginable and undead.

Author: Sonja Staunton

Type: One act comedy about teen vampires.

Genre: Teen comedy play

Cast: Mains: 2M, 2F. General: 7M 4M plus iwitches, obsessed with their phones and a not very bright bunch of Zombies

Ages of the actors: Teens up

Suitable for: All teens

Length:  10-15 minutes

Set: Black box set or minimal set

Level of difficulty: 6/10 – fun easy script for teens

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Copyright © June 2018 Sonja Krohn and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other fun plays of a similar genre:

The Seven suits – only seven special suits can save the earth from destruction!!
An Ordinary Man – comedy about a guy who doesn’t want to be a werewolf anymore
Goddle – a space ship lands on an alien planet and the Goddlians take over the earthlings minds with hilarious results

Stage performance of The Vampire Drudgeries