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A Tale of Two balconies – modern Romeo and Juliet comedy

modern Romeo and Juliet comedy

A TALE OF TWO BALCONIES – MODERN ROMEO AND JULIET COMEDY

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

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

Author: Kate Cosette

Type: One act Comedy

Genre: Modern Romeo and Juliet Comedy

Length: Twenty five minutes

Cast: 2M 2F

Ages of the actors: Teenagers

Suitable for: Teens up to perform and to watch

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

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

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Copyright © November 2017 Kate Cosette and Off The Wall Play Publishers

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For never, not always – one act play scripts

one act play scripts

FOR NEVER, NOT ALWAYS – ONE ACT PLAY SCRIPTS

When Michael breaks up Brenda and Ryan’s wedding and admits to Brenda that he did it because he was secretly in love, she naturally assumes that it is with her. After all, they dated three years ago, and it’s obvious that Michael never really got over his infatuation with her. When Michael confesses his secret love for her fiance, Ryan, Brenda just won’t believe it!

Production History:

The Roial Players, USA – 2016

Author: Jennifer Peters

Genre: Romantic comedy

Type: One act play scripts

Cast: Four 3M 1F.

Ages of the actors: The three main characters are in their twenties, the foreign therapist can be any age.

Suitable for: All ages. (Two men kiss at the end)

Length: 20-25 minutes

Set: The stage is set with a park bench and some scenery stage right. Center stage and Stage left is set up like an apartment with a bedroom and living room.

Level of difficulty: 6/10 – an easy script, great for a one act play festival.

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Copyright ©February 2015 Jennifer Peters and Off The Wall Play Publishers

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