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Someone to Remember – One Act Teen Drama

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SOMEONE TO REMEMBER – ONE ACT TEEN DRAMA

Someone to Remember is a one act teen drama that follows Jean, a young teen, who sees a ghost named Morgan. Together, they set out on daily “jobs” to prevent others from taking their lives. From friends to enemies, the pair takes on any challenge, with Jean testing the intentions of others.

But what happens when Jean is the one thrust into a world of mystery, where he/she is left to unravel the secrets that revolve around the enigmatic appearance of Morgan?

This is Jean’s story – a psychological drama and dark journey into the depths of human nature and free will that begs the question: who’s next?

Author:  Ash Crestfelt

Type: One act play

Genre: Teen drama, one act teen drama

Length: Thirty minutes

Number of actors: Five  all can be either sex.

Ages of actors: One young teen, three older teens, one adult.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – achieving the tension in this drama

Set: A house with a kitchen area, a living room area and a bedroom area. The living room area can be left blank if need be.

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Copyright June 2013 Ash Crestfelt and Off The Wall Play Publishers

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Why affairs happen – a Bollywood hospital drama script in one act

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WHY AFFAIRS HAPPEN – a Bollywood Hospital Drama script for stage

A typical Bollywood style hospital drama script for stage, set in the emergency room of a remote island hospital,  with all the epic genres of comedy, drama and romance, rolled into one.  The  play follows the lives of various doctors as well as their families and loved ones, set in the emergency room of the hospital. When a well known German specialist visits and subsequently helps out at the hospital, it seems to be fate, as he intervenes and saves the life of a young boy with severe head injuries.

When the handsome Doctor  Basheer meets the provocative and lovely Noor Jahan, the daughter of a wealthy businessman, she falls instantly in love with him and wants to marry him. The marriage goes ahead as her father promises him money  if he marries her. But Doctor Basheer has a secret – he is already married to another woman on the mainland and they have a child – a small boy together. The wedding goes ahead as planned as all seems as if it is well, until his wife decides to visit him!

This hospital drama script will appeal to and is aimed at community and mainstream theatre groups from India and the surrounding countries. It could also possibly be adapted for television.

Author: Jayaprakash Raghavan Pillai

Genre: Hospital Drama script

Type: One, 1 act play

Length: One and a half hours

Ages of actors:  All ages, large cast, main actors 20s to 60s.

Number of main actors:  3M, 3F

Set:  Emergency room with beds, operating theatre and two offices.

Level of  difficulty:  8/10 – complicated set with many changes. But can be simplified by the players if they wish.

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Copyright  27th June 2012 Jayaprakash Raghavan Pillai and Off The Wall Plays

 

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Off The Wall Plays is a  young, online publishing house whose aim is to attract quality playwrights with fresh, new ideas as opposed to our larger competitors.  We accept your plays free of charge. Off The Wall Plays will publish your play and get it out there for you. If your play sells, you will get 80% of the Royalties of each sale from the beginning.

Because Off The Wall Plays is a smaller publishing house, we have the resources and time it needs to get your play out there. We put a synopsis and sample of your your play on the front page of the website, when your play goes live, so it gets seen and not just filed into a genre with thousands of other plays. It stays in our top ten new plays for the next few months.We place a sample of your script on the website, not the full play so no one will be able to illegally use your work.

If your play sells well, we will add it to our “Best Sellers” list, automatically ranking it higher than ordinary plays, the price increases, and so do your Royalties. Plays bought to be used for a run or a season will also have license fees that will be paid by the organization that purchased the play, and 50% of those will go to the authors as well.

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The Wandering Bard’s Tale – A Children’s Fairytale Play in One Act

The Wandering Bard’s Tale – a Children’s Fairytale in One Act

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THE WANDERING BARD’S TALE – CHILDREN’S FAIRYTALE PLAY IN ONE ACT

When the Princess Dandelion is kidnapped by the evil sorcerer Jeff and his two sidekicks Cotton and Candy, King Monty (who lives in a hall, not a castle because it sounds better) sends his servant Max to rescue her. Max is aided by a wandering bard, named Pip, who helps Max rescue the headstrong Princess (who gets kidnapped once a month, usually) using a magical necklace and the power of a sneeze to defeat him in this children’s fairytale play.

 This play has been successfully staged and performed for a number of elementary schools in America and it ran for a year. It is a fantasy about the power of friendship and was used to get children interested in the arts.

 Author: Michael Maxwell

Characters: 4M, 1 F, 2N

Genre: Children’s Fairytale play.

Length: Approximately 35 minutes

Ages of Performers: 11 and up

Ages of Audience: Children

Difficulty: 7/10 (remembering the words if performed by children and putting the magic in if performed by adults)

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Copyright August 2011 Off The Wall Play Publishers

Missing the Mark – a comedy in one act

Missing The Mark – A Comedy in One Act

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In this comedy in one act, Devon and Ethan have known each other since high school and now they have a successful racket as con men.  Devon has the perfect plan to scam a boat load of cash off of rich women by posing as producers making a big Hollywood blockbuster.  The two men set up a phony office and hire a pistol of a temp named Starla to run it.  A couple of promising marks come along including Shelly, a ditzy blonde, and Charlene, the eccentric wife of a billionaire who would give anything to be in the movies.  Everything seems to be going to plan until Devon’s ex-girlfriend Callia, who was also ripped off  by Devon shows up. She wants revenge…and a cut of the action.  Comedy and hijinx ensue as everyone tries to find out who’s conning who in this comedic farce.

Author: Michael Maxwell

Characters:  Cast 5F, 2M

Length: 60 Minutes

Genre: Comedy

Suitable for: Suitable for All Ages

Age of  Performers: Twenties to Middle Aged performers

Level of Difficulty: 7/10 (Timing)

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Copyright August 2011 Off The Wall Play Publishers

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An Empty Chair

 

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 A drama about a man named Kevin who was in a car accident, suffered major head trauma and is subsequently in a coma. The play opens and he finds himself in an empty room with a single chair with a sign on it that says “Do Not Sit.”  Kevin can hear everything that is happening in the world around him. Throughout the play, Kevin has the choice to come out of his coma, but has to come to terms with shocking revelations revealed throughout the play in order to do this.

Author: Damien Darr

Characters: 5M, 1 F

Length: 45 minutes, One Act Play

Genre: Drama

Difficulty: 7/10 ( Giving convincing dramatic performances that aren’t over the top)

Suitable for: All ages

Age of Performers: 1 child actor, rest adult to middle age.

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Copyright July 2011 Off The Wall Play Publishers

 

Death of a Gerbil – a one act dark comedy about being dead, by accident

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DEATH OF A GERBIL – A ONE ACT DARK COMEDY

Meet Darren. He is an ordinary fellow, with an ordinary job, in an ordinary office, in an ordinary building. He is also dead. He does not know that he is dead……yet. Or that Heaven has lost his paperwork.  Or why he got hit by a Double Decker bus.  He is about to find out that once you’re dead, things can only go down from there….

Death of a Gerbil, a dark comedy won Best original  script at the 2009 Franklin and Friends festival of one act plays.

It also won the Best Individual Performance trophy at Wilmslow Guild Festival, in the United Kingdom in 2015.

It is also one of our Best Sellers. Read more about Claire Demmer, one of the authors.  Other dark comedies by Claire Demmer

Author: Claire and Dewan Demmer

Cast: Two leads – one M, one F

One Supporting M

One Minor M/F role

Genre:  Dark Comedy

Type: One act play

Difficulty Rating: 7/10 (Farce and timing)

Suitable for: Age 16 and above (mild language and religious references)

Ages of Performers: Early twenties to old age

Length: Thirty Minutes

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Copyright September 2010 Off The Wall Play Publishers

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STIRRED, NOT SHAKEN – DARK COMEDY ONE ACT PLAYS

James Band brings his new fiance home to meet his parents for the very first time. James is desperate to make a good impression on the very conservatively reared Mary.  Unfortunately, the dead body in the kitchen rather complicates matters…. A prizewinning dark comedy about getting rid of dead bodies, kidnapping and martini’s!

‘Stirred, not Shaken’ won best play, best original script, best director as well as best actress, best newcomer and best cameo in the 2010 Franklin Players Festival of One Act Plays. Read more about Claire Demmer and other dark comedy one act plays.

Author: Claire Demmer

Cast: 3M, 2F

Genre: Dark Comedy + Farce

Ages of Performers: Mid twenties and up

Suitable for: All Ages

Set: Simple – the main body of the play is set in the living room of an ordinary house. A sofa, two armchairs, a coffee table and a bar with bottles and glasses are all that is needed. Easy and inexpensive to put on.  A small staircase to ‘lead upstairs’ in optional.

Length of Play: 33 minutesLevel of Difficulty: 7/10 (Pacing with farce aspects)

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Cost $11 for this Award Winning Play

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Copyright September 2010 Off the Wall Plays

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