Category Archives: Teens

Plays that appeal to teenagers and plays that can be performed by teenagers

The Way Out – Two-Act Comedy about Escaping from the Loony Bin

two act comedy about escaping from the loony bin


It could not get any worse. Not only was Steve committed to a sanatorium against his will and (cough) better judgement, he’d lost custody of his only daughter and his conniving wife Genia was
dead set on taking his fortune for herself. It seemed the odds were truly against him as the judge who had him committed (and re-committed) was less reasonable than most, the doctors and
therapists at the coo-coo place seemed hard of hearing and his own sanity was living on a prayer. It was clear to Steve; he would almost certainly rot in Westview Residence unless he did something…
and soon… and drastic! His only option: to put his faith in his fellow ‘prisoners’, create a flawless escape plan and hope the sun shone brightly on the ‘crazy ones’ at Westview.

And Steve’s worst nightmare became his wildest dream in this comedy about escaping from the loony bin!

Other plays by Brent Holland (Getting This Close – one act high school romantic comedy)

Author: Brent Holland

Genre: Two-act comedy

Type: Two-act play

Cast: 9M, 12F. The smaller parts like prison guards can most likely be played by either sex.

Ages of the actors: Older teen and adult

Suitable for: Teen and adults upward to perform and to watch

Length: Ninety minutes

Set: Three scenes – a coutroom, a doctor’s office and then the common room of Westview Residence common area, which has a television, sofa, chairs, a chessboard and other amenities.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – a really fun well written script for both the actors and the cast to enjoy!

Read a Sample of the Script

Cost is $7 for this editor’s choice two-act comedy

Contact Off The Wall Plays with any queries about The Way Out

Copyright © Brent Holland and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other fun two-act comedies for you to enjoy:

Anniversaries – two-act comedy about a failing hotel
Don’t Say You’re Harry – two act farce about some jewel thieves. Called John Smith.
Hot Air- romantic comedy scripts

Lovely, dark and deep – one act science fiction play

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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Cost is $5.50 for this digital one act science fiction play

Contact Off the Wall Plays with any queries about Lovely, Dark and Deep

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

Enchanted – plays for junior high



In Enchanted, our favourite fairy tale princesses Cindi, Jasmine, Ariel, Ru, Belle and Snow are in desperate need of the right knight upon a mighty steed, to come to their aid in defeating the Wicked
Witch. Enter Ben (10) and Jesse (13) – two young boys. Not what you would call knights exactly, well, to be honest they are not knights at all but they are boy scouts, thank you very much and honourable even amongst real men. In this two act comedy, alliances are made, promises are broken, nasty minions are duped and good must conquer evil once again! Let’s just hope it happens before Jesse and Ben become the fairy tale itself. Plays for junior high.

Enliven, enthrall, enchant!

Author: Prince Duren

Type: Two act play, plays for junior high

Genre: Adventure, teens

Cast: Main Characters: 2 – M, 4 – F. Total cast of 15 – 2F and 7N (smaller parts may be doubled)

Ages of the actors: 10 – 14

Suitable for: Kids aged 10-15

Length: One and half hours

Set: The enchanted forest

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – full length play for younger actors

Read a Sample of the Script

Cost is $5.50 for this new digital play script

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Copyright © January 2017 Prince Duren and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other plays for older kids and younger teens:

Alice in Football land – take Alice in Wonderland and put her on a football field
Launching a Kid’s comedy club – book of skits
The lost treasure map – pantomime with pirates!

Getting this close – award winning play for high school

award winning play for high school


Danny Taylor is a senior in high school and has been in love his best friend Emma for as long as he can remember. She is equally interested in him, but neither knows because of the interference of their mutual friend Jessica (Who wants Danny to herself.) Chronicling his final year in high school, Danny finds success, failure and endless frustration in his attempt to win the girl of his dreams.

A show with a great comedic vibe and true love.

This show was produced by E.A. Laney High School in October of 2016.

At Ashley High School the play took awards in:

Excellence in production design
Excellence in fight choreography
Excellence in Acting (Sam Weaver as Brett)
Excellence in Acting (Dallas Thompson as Danny)

At Washington High School the play received a standing ovation from the 350 present and took the following awards:

Excellence in comedic timing
Excellence in fight Choreography
Excellence in Acting (Sam Weaver as Brett)

Other plays – The Confederation of Radically Altered people (C.R.A.P.) by playwright Brent Holland.

Author: Brent Holland

Type: One act play

Genre: Award winning play for high school, comedy

Cast: Roles for 5 males and 3 females

Suitable for: Middle school, High School or Secondary school students

Ages of the actors: Teenagers

Length: 35-40 minutes

Set: No set has been specified so is entirely up to the director’s discretion

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – a play that will appeal directly to teens.

Read a Sample of the Script

Cost is $10.50 for this award winning digital play script

Contact Off The Wall Plays with any queries about This Close

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

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

Boy – 1 – science fiction drama for teens
Lady T – drama for high school
The lost treasure map – pantomime for teens

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The Masked Avenger – superhero skit

superhero skit


When there’s danger….he’ll come. When there’s a damsel in distress….he’ll come. When there’s life threatening circumstances….he’ll be there to save the day. All you need to do to call him is to give the super signal in this superhero skit.

But one day, two policeman get to reminiscing about old times and working with The Masked Avenger. The fact that they’re in the same vicinity as the super signal seems too good to be true. So….they press it. What happens next?

Author: Peter Keel

Type: Short one act comedy play, skit.

Genre: Superhero skit

Cast: 3M

Ages of the actors: Any age

Suitable for: All ages

Length: Seven minutes

Set: The rooftop

Level of difficulty: 6/10 – a funny skit for three actors. Characterization.

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Cost is $4.50 for this new digital skit

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Copyright © December 2016 Peter Keel and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this skit? Other fun skits for you to enjoy:

Orphan Antsy – skit on Annie the Musical
Sketches – selection of comedy and drama sketches for teens
Start Wreck – skit on Star Trek

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The Astounding Works of Simon Trout – hilarious teen one act

hilarious teen one act


When Karen Carter has yet another fight with her family and she storms into her room, the last thing she expects to find is a fully grown good looking guy sitting on her bed. After getting over the shock of this (and passing out a few times), she confronts him. It turns out that he is actually a magical creature, called a Sprite, but who is generally known as ‘Simon,’ whose power is to restore balance to those who have called for help.

He assures her that he can change her family to the way she would like them to be. This appeals and so he waves his magic hand over the unsuspecting family who are sitting down to dinner. A series of very funny identical scenes follow in which they are at first made more honest (doesn’t work), more loving (too much!) more affectionate (OMG) and so on until they reach the inevitable conclusion in this hilarious teen one act script.

Performance history:

Sir John Talbot’s Leisure Centre…Whitchurch, Shropshire
Kino Culture Oswestry Shropshire
Silvester Horne Institute Church Stretton Shropshire
Theatre Severn (Walker Theatre) Shrewsbury Shropshire.

Read about playwright Owen Lewis

Author: Owen Lewis

Type: One act play

Genre: Comedy, British comedy

Cast: Cast of five, 3M 2F

Ages of the actors: Three in their twenties, two older but can be made up.

Suitable for: All ages

Length: Forty Five minutes

Set: The action is initially in Karen’s bedroom and then the Carter family kitchen – diner.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – repeating the same scene over and over with changes in the dialogue

Read a Sample of the Script

Cost is $6.50 for this previously produced digital play

Contact Off The Wall Plays with any queries about The Astounding Works of Simon Trout

Copyright © December 2016 Owen Lewis and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other funny teen plays for you to enjoy:

Jack Masterson and the case of absurdity – a ”who stole it” teen farce
Aladdin – comedy script
ESPN, B.C. – teen comedy with no words!

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Villains Incorporated – Award Winning Teen Play

award winning teen play


Three high school students decide that they would like to make chaos out of the upcoming school Halloween Dance, in Villains Incorporated. Sounds like a typical tale of your average
teenage trouble-makers, right? Wrong! In this comedy, Nefarious, Nemesis and Notorious are just about as un-typical as three teenagers can get; you see they are villains. They were
“born” to create chaos; to nurture it, dote on it, watch it evolve and help it come to life! In fact disorder is such a firm part of their make-up that they would go as far as to be in cahoots with one Virtuous (quite literally, an upright – or uptight? school mate, who would like to lead them onto a more righteous path) in order to achieve their wickedness. In this play though, it isn’t the obvious guess at who learns the moral lesson but it definitely is the more fun choice.

One small step for juvenile delinquents, one giant leap for Villain-kind!

Villains incorporated received 3 Superior ratings out of three at the VBCPS One Act Play Festival in 2015. This is the highest rating possible.

Author: Mary Long

Type: One Act Play

Genre: One act Comedy

Cast: It can be cast with as few as 11 actors, or it can be expanded to include more. Many of the roles can be adapted for boys or girls. It has been performed by a cast of 18 students from Virginia Beach Middle School.

Ages of the actors: 13 up to 18

Suitable for: Teens

Length: Thirty minutes

Set: A school. Set is at the director’s discretion

Level of difficulty: 6/10 crowd control. A fun play with witty lines which everyone should enjoy.

Read a Sample of the Script

Cost is $10 for this award winning teen one act digital play

Contact Off The Wall Plays with any queries about Villains Incorporated

Copyright © December 2016 Mary Long and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other fun teen plays for you to enjoy:

The fourth wall – one act teen adventure comedy
The confederation of Radically Altered people (C.R.A.P.) – superhero play script
Alice in football land – a high school football field meets Alice in Wonderland in this zany adventure

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Hell Froze Over – Comedy Script about Sports

comedy script about sports


What are the perfect conditions for every American sports fan’s dreams to come true? Why, a temperature drop, of course in this comedy script about sports.

One so low that OJ Simpson (almost) finally confesses, Fahrenheit so
chilly that Magic Johnson is declared HIV free and thermometers correctly reflecting the icy ‘nature’ of things, to the degree that Tom Brady comes clean about Deflate gate. But this could only be a
reality if the temperature was affected in one place specifically, ahem, hell to be exact. On this day, in this sketch comedy, hell froze over and everything in the sporting world went to shit- AKA ….
mushrooms. So, have YOU ever wondered what would happen if hell were to freeze over? Find out tonight on the Chicago Radio- err – rather from Anchors 1, 2 and 3 in the play, Hell Froze Over.

Don’t hold your breath…No actually, today, feel free to do so!

Read other plays by Demarquis – Out on a Date – a comedy about dating, and twitter, and facebook and tumblr..and…

Author: Demarquis Lamar Johnson

Type: One act, ten minute comedy sketch

Genre: Comedy script about sports

Main Characters: 4F/M and a variety of celebrity callers. They can be done by one talented actor or a variety.

Ages of the actors: Teen to Adult

Suitable for: All ages

Length: Ten minutes

Set: A Radio Studio

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – movement as the actors would generally be sitting which can get static.

Read a Sample of the Script

Cost is $5.50 for this digital play script

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Copyright © Demarquis Johnson and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other plays about sports and hell

ESPN, B.C. Script for teens (all mimed) about sports
Alice in Football land – teen Alice in Wonderland cum football game!
Blasphemous rumours – full length drama comedy about landing up in hell

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The fourth wall – one act teen adventure comedy

one act teen adventure comedy


For those of you that do not know the most important aspect of the moments leading up to the performance of a staged play, LISTEN UP! The fourth wall exists and to all kamikaze’s, beware! Jack,
Jason and Sarah fail to heed this fierce and true warning when they decide to do a bit of exploring on a blank stage, in ‘The Fourth Wall’ – a one act teen adventure comedy.

When the performers discover the kids, they call off their show in the beginning scene and attempt to catch them and take them to the stage manager. When one of the three kids get caught by the performers, the other two kids left must equip themselves with prop weapons and team up with theatre thugs to fight their way through egotistical lead roles, a stunned narrator, epic soldiers, chaotic scene changes and a short tempered stage manager to get their friend back.

In this comedy, a few frivolous minutes of exploration unravel a series of unfortunate events for a show that is already a hot mess. It is up to the Stage Manager to get it together before the show goes on, as he carefully weighs the risk, reward and raucousness of running a revue.

Author: Jonathan Smith

Type: One act teen adventure comedy play

Genre: Action, comedy, adventure, teen

Length: Thirty minutes

Cast: 6M, 2F, 6N (either M/F) Parts may be doubled

Ages of the actors: Three teen, rest are adult but can be played by any age from teens to adults

Suitable for: All ages

Set: Initially a blank stage, then the stage manager’s office with a desk and chair.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – a fun filled play with a unique idea

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Cost is $5.50 for this new digital play script

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Copyright © October 2016 Jonathan Smith and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other one act teen adventure comedy scripts:

ESPN – teen action scripts in mime
Mirror – play about a spoiled princess for younger teens
The Wandering Bard’s Tale – teen medieval adventure story

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Oedipus the play – Adaptation of Classic Greek Mythology

Oedipus the play


In Oedipus the play, Oedipus infant son of the King of Thebes is abandoned by his parents when advised by the Oracle that he will kill his father and marry his mother. He eventually ends up as Prince of Corinth. Developing the feeling that he does not belong in Corinth he wanders about Greece and meets his (unbeknowest to him but beknownst to us) biological father whom he kills in a brawl. He then goes into Thebes and marries his mother who, miraculously, has not aged while he was growing up. Later a soothsayer tells Oedipus that he has killed his father and married his mother. Oedipus and his mother find this so appalling that she drinks poison and he plucks out his eyes.

Read about playwright Keith Passmore. Other Return to Vardia – classic plays by Keith.

Author: Keith Passmore

Genre: Classic Greek Mythology

Type: One act play

Cast: Fourteen in total, although some parts can be shared and played by members of either sex

Ages of the actors: Any age, adult

Suitable for: Should appeal to high or secondary school students

Length: Fifteen to twenty minutes

Set: Various scenes – the palace, a crossroads, a shepherd’s hut

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – easy dialogue but may need to use some creativity for the scene changes.

Read a Sample of the Script

Cost is $5.50 for this new digital play script

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Copyright © August 2016 Keith Passmore and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other great classic plays for you to enjoy:

Theseus and Ariadne – modern play in the classic Greek style
The last time I saw Paris – teen parody on the whole horse of Troy thing
Let’s get rid of the plump people – modern Greek comedies

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Sketches – comedy and drama sketches for teens


A collection of comedy and drama sketches for teens. The sketches are short – the longest one is about six minutes long and deal with typical issues that affect teens today. From the girl who’s been told she’s too fat, to asking someone out on a date in a very awkward manner, to having someone break into your home and threaten your life, Sketches is a great collection of sketches to put on either as a full play or to simply use the ones you like. Great for auditions for drama class as well as short funny sketches for the holidays or just to have fun, use in drama class and improve your acting technique.

Read other plays by Timothy Brown.

Author: Timothy Brown

Genre: Comedy and drama sketches for teens

Type: Short one minute to six minute long sketches, funny and dramatic in one great collection

Cast: Monologues to sketches with eight actors in them, but the majority are either for one to three people.

Ages of the actors: Teenagers

Suitable for: Both Junior high and Senior High school or secondary school.

Length: Each sketch varies from one minute to six minutes long and the whole collection is about one and a half hours long

Set: Black box theatre, no set

Level of difficulty: 6/10 – easy sketches written in a conversational manner that should be easy to remember

Read a Sample of The fan

Read a Sample of Teacher’s Pet

Read a Sample of The Dead Body

Read a Sample of College Interview

Read a Sample of Mister Perfect

Read a Sample of Raheem

Read a Sample of Senior Angst

Cost is $12 for the digital collection

Cost is $19.99 for the printed book

Contact Off The Wall Plays with any queries about Sketches

Copyright © August 2016 Timothy Brown and Off The Wall Play Publishers

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

How to launch a kids comedy club – book of skits
ESPN – teen action comedy script(no words!)
Disharmony commercial – skit about a dating agency

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Launching a Kid’s Comedy Club – book of skits

book of skits


Launching a Kid’s Comedy Club is a full length book that not only contains over 100 pages of skits for you to enjoy and act out, but also step by step instructions for just about anything related to drama and kids. From how to make basic costumes and props, including useful links, to how to video and use movie maker to edit your videos, how to write your own skits, how to act out skits as well as how to launch a kid’s comedy club! (Obviously)

Each skit comes with a basic props list (with easy to find things you have at home or can easily make) and stage directions and most of the skits are written for a few actors at a time, so that everyone involved can take part.

Written by one of our bestselling skit writers, Lois Corcoran, this book is great for those who are just looking for a set of skits to perform at their club, church group or school, and also for those people more into drama, props and script writing.

Because this is actually a whole book and not a script, it will be available in digital format as usual, but can also be ordered as a printed version for your bookshelf.
All profits from this book will be donated to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

Included in the book:

Airport Insecurity

Are We There Yet?

Belly and the Beast


Doctor Duplicate

Dr. Joker & Mr. Hide-and-Seek

Face-blech Skit


Froggy Prince

Geezer of Oz

Genie Skit


Hairy Plumber


Jack and the Beano

Juleo & Romiet

Law Firm Commercial

Little Shack in the Back

Nasty Drew

One Hot Knight

Orphan Antsy

Prince and the Poor Schmuck

Ripe Van Wrinkle


Robinson Clueless

Santa Skit

Sure-thing Homes

Snow Bank and Some Vertically Challenged People

Start Wreck

Tame Sawyer


Tex Mex

Thanksgiving Skit

Three Little Hogs

Time Machine

Wheel Make a Fortune


MINI-PLAY – Chronicles of Blarnia

Author: Lois Corcoran

Type: Book of skits

Genre: ”How to” books, comedies, skits, drama club

Length: Each skit in the book is about 3-4 minutes long and there is one longer play in four scenes, which is about 10 minutes long. There are 100 pages of skits and the rest of the book is instructional.

Suitable for: Kids (children), teenagers, drama class, drama teachers, schools, church groups, scouts and family gatherings.

Read an example of one of the skits, Orphan Antsy

Excerpt from the book – giving kids the confidence to act with Ice Breakers

Excerpt from book about basic costumes and home made props

Buy the digital script for How to launch a kid’s comedy club for $12

Buy the 200 page printed book for How to Launch a Kid’s Comedy Club for $24.95 (shipping not included)

Contact Off The Wall Plays with any queries about How to Launch a Kid’s Comedy Club

Copyright © 2016 Lois Corcoran

Read some of out other skits by Lois:

Call of the Riled – short skit for Thanksgiving
One fine day in the operating room – medical skit
Handsome and Griddle

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Friends and Family – teen drama script

teen drama script


In this teen drama script, new kids at the school and siblings Devin and Mel are forced to spend every other Friday afternoon following school with siblings Charlie and Anna while waiting for their mom to pick them up. The sets of siblings start as strangers but grow closer over the course of five different times together. They learn about themselves and each other while exploring the differences and similarities between friends and family. They also learn that some kids have had to deal with pretty bad things that have happened to them and sometimes their friends do become very important to them, almost like family.

Author: Pearson Kunz

Genre: Teen drama

Type: One act play

Cast: 2M 2F

Length: 25 minutes

Ages of the actors: Teenage

Suitable for: Plays for teenagers

Set: The living room of an ordinary house. The set can be as complex or simple as desired. The only necessities are a couch (with a couple of throw pillows), an armchair, a coffee table and something to hang coats on. The doors can theoretically “exist” just offstage and out of sight from the playing space.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – great teen play for high school

Read a Sample of the Script

Cost is $6.50 for this new digital play script

Copyright © May 2016 Pearson Kunz and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other great teen plays for you to enjoy:

Lady T – drama for high school student about a girl with an imaginary friend
Rebecca the child – play about peer pressure
Peter’s dream – three act play for high school

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Awaiting Patients – comedy for high school festivals

comedy for high school


It’s a typical evening in the local doctor’s office and the reception is packed full to the brim with the its share of typical (and atypical) patients. There’s the heavily pregnant lady, demanding Nutella and cantaloupes, her flustered fiance, the seventy seven year old guy who just wants to find the bathroom, the suburban housewife and off course, the local oddball, Tom, who has made it his duty to hit on the air headed receptionist.

There’s only one thing missing and that’s “Cartwright,” the next patient on the doctor’s list. Company policy dictates that the doctor has to wait for any patient that is running late for up to an hour. And so the doctor waits. As does everybody else stuck behind him in the queue.

Tensions and frustrations run high in this off beat comedy by Chris Cartwright. ‘Awaiting Patients’ first premiered at Eastview High School in Apple Valley, MN. It opened on May 23rd, 2014 and was directed by Christopher Cartwright.

Author: Christopher Cartwright

Genre: Comedy for high school festivals

Type: One act play

Cast:  Cast of 8. 3F, 3M, 2N (one is a one liner part)

Suitable for: High school drama festivals

Length: 40 minutes

Set: A small waiting room in a doctor’s office. This is your typical
waiting room – chairs placed uncomfortably close together, end tables with obviously fake plants, etc. There is a receptionist’s desk upstage right and a door upstage center next to the desk.

Level of difficulty: 6/10

Read a Sample of the Script

Cost is $8 for this best selling digital play

Contact Off the Wall Plays with any queries about Awaiting Patients

Like this play? Other off beat one acts suitable for high school performance:

If God ate fried chicken – one act comedy script
Thank you for shopping Hoochum’s Bargain basement – funny thriller script
The game of life – one act for 6 actors

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Mirror – play for young teenagers

play for young teenagers


A spoiled princess must choose a husband. One day, a mysterious stranger comes to the castle and gives her a magical mirror which can make people disappear. The mirror is a secret and no one else knows why and where all her bridegrooms disappear after they fail to solve her crossword puzzle. Only after she falls in love with a young man who doesn’t care about her crossword puzzle, does she begin to realize the full extent of her cruelty.

Read more about playwright Nina Kossman

Author: Nina Kossman

Genre: Play for young teenagers, fairytale

Type: One act play

Cast: 2F, 5M (plus non speaking parts) and 5-7 N

Ages of the actors: Cast 11- 15 years old

Suitable for: All ages

Length: 30 – 40 minutes long

Set: A room in a palace with a couch and a table and chair where a would be suitor can do a crossword puzzle

Level of difficulty: 6/10 – an easy play with a moral for younger teens

Read a Sample of the Script

Cost is $5 for this new digital play script

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Copyright © December 2015 Nina Kossman and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other teen fairy tales

Forgotten – two-act fantasy play for high school based on Peter Pan
The Blueberry balladeer – plays for youth theater
The Gold Medallion – three act fantasy play for a young cast

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