North fork – script about brothers loving the same girl.

script about brothers loving the same girl

North Fork – drama script about brothers loving the same girl

It’s summer on the East End of Long Island, a magical time for everyone, especially the young.  Joe and David are local boys, born and raised in Laurel. Even though New York City is only 90 miles away they have only been there a couple of times, to the zoo or a baseball game. Summers for teenagers on the North Fork are spent on the beach, in the water, hanging out with friends and making new friends with the summer rental “city folk” in this script about brothers loving the same girl.

This summer David and Joe have  fallen in love with Angela, a brown eyed girl renting next door. The matriarch of the family, Nana, sees what’s happening and senses a “storm” brewing. She warns Joseph not to interfere with his younger brother.

He doesn’t listen to her and one day Joe and Angela disappear. They are found days later in Montauk. Angela’s father threatens to have Joe charged with statutory rape. He’s innocent, but it is agreed by the families that Joe be sent away to live with relatives. David can’t forgive him. This causes a split in the family until they meet again, another summer 20 years later

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Author: Timothy Brown

Genre: Drama script about brothers loving the same girl

Type: One act play

Cast: Cast of 9, 4F 5M. Two of the characters are young and older versions of themselves.

Ages of the actors: Teen and adult

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

Length: Forty minutes

Set: The Beach House, Laurel NY

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – past and present.

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Cost is $6.50 for this previously performed digital play script

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