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Wedding Flower – skit about a homophone misunderstanding

WEDDING FLOWER – SKIT ABOUT A HOMOPHONE MISUNDERSTANDING

It’s always important to get your homophones correct. What’s a homophone? Well – it’s two words with completely different meanings (and sometimes spellings) that SOUND the same.  Now in the wedding business, that kind of thing could be very important. As one unfortunate bride is about to find out. Instead of $10000 of flowers she receives $10000 of FLOUR! All dyed pink, as requested. In fact, she’s so upset, she wants to cancel the wedding. Because no girl wants to walk down the aisle simply covered in pink flour in this skit about a homophone misunderstanding!!!!

Read other skits by teen playwright Josie Wert – When Santa got Caught!

Author: Josie Wert

Type: Skit about a homophone

Genre: Comedy, skits, children’s, teen’s

Cast: 3M, 2F 

Ages of the actors: Children up

Suitable for: All ages to perform and to watch

Length: 3-4 minutes (two pages)

Set: A wedding venue

Level of difficulty: 6/10 – characterization

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Cost is $4.00 for this new digital skit

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Copyright © August 2019 Josie Wert and Off The Wall Play Publishers

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One Fine Day at the Vet – satirical comedy sketch about a nutty client

satirical comedy sketch

ONE FINE DAY AT THE VET – SATIRICAL COMEDY SKETCH ABOUT A NUTTY CLIENT

In this short satirical comedy sketch, our well meaning vet is taken for a ride by the worst kind of client imaginable.  When she presents her cat (in tears) she swears she has tried everything! Wheat grass, borax acid, extract of turmeric and even tincture of arsenic.  Nothing has worked! Thus, she has decided, after doing some research (On Google, of course) that Fluffy needs to go “Over The Rainbow Bridge” because if nothing works, Fluffy must have “cancer.”

Naturally she is totally nuts, and it turns out that Fluffy actually is quite a young cat, so our helpful vet spends the next few minutes trying to persuade her to let him/her look at Fluffy because it may be something the vet can help with. Of course, Mrs Jones disagrees, because, after all, what could a vet do that she, Mrs Jones couldn’t diagnose and treat just from Google? But … it turns out that it is all a fancy ruse and Mrs Jones has another, far weirder goal in mind.

See the Video of One Fine Day at the Vet  filmed on You Tube by One Fine Day Films

Read other sketches by best selling playwright Claire Demmer – You wanted to see me? Comedy Sketch about being late for the office all the time. 

Author: Claire Linda Demmer (Considine)

Type: Comedy sketch

Genre: Satire, Comedy

Cast: 1F, 1N

Ages of the actors: Adult

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

Length: 8 minutes

Set: The Vet’s consulting room Level of difficulty: 7/10 – getting the satirical humour right. 

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Cost is $5.50 for this new digital comedy sketch

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Copyright © August 2019 Claire Linda Demmer and Off the Wall Play Publishers.

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Aboard Disorder – short satire script about mental disorders
Thirds – Suburban satire about splitting your inherited house. Literally
Shapeless – full length dark satire about body size

Snow White – The Pantomime

Snow White - the pantomime

SNOW WHITE – THE PANTOMIME

”Once upon a time, long ago, there lived a King and his Queen. They lived in a fine palace and all was bountiful and plenty in the land. The King and Queen were loved dearly by their subjects and everyone was very happy when the Queen gave birth to a beautiful baby daughter. Her skin was as white as snow, lips as red as blood and hair as black as ebony. ‘

A few years later, Snow White’s father, the king, took a new wife called Malice. She was a very beautiful, but a wicked and vain woman and was actually a wicked sorceress, famed for making spells and poisons and she spent hours working on potions to make herself beautiful in Snow White – The Pantomime.”

And so it begins. Watch as the mirror breaks the horrible news to Malice that Snow White rivals her in beauty. Then as Malice tries again and again to kill young Snow White and fails. Young Snow White, beloved by many in the village is protected by Dolly, The Resident Dame and the seven dwarves. But… take care, the two village idiots, Squint and Wink may be working for both sides – good and bad! Malice may be planning to use them to carry out her dirty work. It’s no wonder she fails every time with those two on board!

REVIEW: It’s hilarious. I couldn’t stop laughing. What else can I say? It has everything you would want in a panto in just the right amount, not too much, not too little. The puns are horrible, the queen mean, the dwarves cute, the prince charming, and the songs go beautifully with the story. Lots of audience participation which the kids will love. From the director’s viewpoint, the sound effects are imaginative and not difficult to stage, the stage directions are comprehensive and there are lots of places for her/him to use local or current colour or topics. – Tom Considine, fellow writer.

Read other pantomimes – Aladdin by British playwright Mick Gaunt

Author: Mick Gaunt

Type: Snow White – The Pantomime

Genre: Comedy, Musical, Pantomime, Children’s

Cast: Cast of 16 – there are 17 listed characters but one is supposed to double up. 

Ages of the actors:  Children up

Suitable for: All ages

Length: 90 minutes

Set: The Village by the Castle, The Queen’s Secret Chamber, A Kitchen, The Forest, The Dwarf’s Cottage, Inside the Castle Level of difficulty: 6/10 – a fun easy script for all

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Cost is $6.50 for this new digital play script

Copyright © July 2019 Mick Gaunt and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this panto? Other pantomimes you will love:

Dick Turpin – the pantomime about a highwayman! Wotcha! Gotcha! Steam punk pantomime Alice in Wonderland Puss in Boots in the Wild West – Puss in boots pantomime

Fausto é mefisto – funny Faust script

funny Faust script

FAUSTO e` MEFISTO – FUNNY FAUST SCRIPT

In this funny Faust script, Faust, a writer of philosophical comedies with a stable job (he has tenure) and a good life is approached by the devil in the form of a small black dog called Mafisto. He immediately offers him whatever his heart desires, in return for his immortal soul. Faust finds it kind of difficult to concentrate, really as the dog insists on playing patty cakes with him the entire time.  But just what does Faust think is worth his immortal soul?

Who was Faust?

”Faust is the protagonist of a classic German legend, based on the historical Johann Georg Faust (c. 1480–1540).

The erudite Faust is highly successful yet dissatisfied with his life, which leads him to make a pact with the Devil, exchanging his soul for unlimited knowledge and worldly pleasures. The Faust legend has been the basis for many literary, artistic, cinematic, and musical works that have reinterpreted it through the ages. “Faust” and the adjective “Faustian” imply a situation in which an ambitious person surrenders moral integrity in order to achieve power and success for a delimited term.” – Source – Wikipedia.

Read other comedy plays by James Campbell – Jumping the League – a comedy about a cussing priest who really shouldn’t be one.

Author: James Campbell

Type: Short one act play

Genre: Comedy, Theatre of the Absurd, Funny Faust Script

Length:  5-6 minutes

Cast: This play can be performed by one actor and a puppet with the voice of the dog being done offstage or possibly with two actors onstage, the one dressed up as a dog.

Ages of the actors: Adult

Suitable for: All ages

Set: Faust’s home

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – getting the dog’s character correct. 

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Copyright © 2014 James Campbell

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Say What? One Act Adult Comedy About Dating

SAY WHAT? ONE ACT ADULT COMEDY ABOUT DATING

Emm’s recovering from the shock of kicking her boyfriend out after finding a thong (not hers and no meant for her) in his bag. The evil, evil evil bastard was cheating on her, he’s gone and she has resorted to comfort food to get her through.  Luckily (or for better, or worse) for her she has the two sides of her brain to get her through this breakup in this adult comedy about dating.

Sarah is the logical side. She thinks it’s about time Emm stopped eating all that ice cream (it makes her fart) and get out there and meet a real man. (And if he’s looking to plough her fields, even better!) Bella is the emotional one. In her opinion, the Ex (Evil, Evil, Evil) deserved that microwave that was thrown at his head. Pity it missed.  Together they’re Sarah-Bella-Emm.

And tonight, Emm’s going on a date. And her brain is going to make sure she’s prepared for every (and I mean every) eventuality.

Read other adult comedies – The Love of Cheesecake – an adult comedy about bringing the spark back by Ashley Nader.

Author: Ashley Nader

Type: One Act play

Genre:  Adult Comedy about Dating

Cast: 3F, 1M

Ages of the actors: Young adult to middle aged

Suitable for: Adults only – language and references to sex.

Set: Emm’s living room. There is a couch, exit to a kitchen and a cell/mobile phone.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – delivering the funny and dirty lines with a straight face. 

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Cost is $6.50 for this digital adult play script

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Gray Matters – short funny monologue by the guy who runs your brain Christopher goes through a breakup -one act comedy about a guy who has been dumped Guy meets girl – dating from the guy’s perspective Naked – one act comedy about internet dating

Save our Souls – Short Comedy Script set on board a Ship

comedy set on a ship

SAVE OUR SOULS – SHORT COMEDY SCRIPT SET ON BOARD A SHIP

Captain Flubberchops and his crew greet a group of passengers on board the cruise ship ‘Eerie’, including the mysterious Mrs Strange. After a meal at the Captain’s table, the passengers disappear one by one. The Captain and his cat, Watson, decide to look for them and row to a mysterious island in the ocean. On the island, they meet a group of scary zombies, but there is something familiar about them in this short comedy script set on board a ship.

Other comedies for kids by playwright Kate Goddard – The Pied Piper of Hawaii – pantomime Pied Piper.

Author: Kate Goddard

Type: One act Play

Genre: Comedy, Kids, Teens

Cast: 14 plus the ship’s crews (Crew 1 and 2) 8F. The rest can be M or N.

Ages of the actors: Children up

Suitable for: All ages to watch and perform

Length: Thirty Minutes

Set: On board the ship, boarding on deck and then at the dining table, and then landing on a mysterious island. 

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Copyright © July 2019 Kate Goddard and Off The Wall Play Publishers

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Zombies in the Staff Room – play for kids stuck in detention The Summoning – Audience Participation Sketch – comedy/horror script for adults The Vampire Drudgeries – a rebellious vegetarian teen vampire wants a change. In diet!

Town CRISIS! – short comedy sketch about the news

TOWN CRISIS! SHORT COMEDY SKETCH ABOUT THE NEWS

COMEDY SKETCH ABOUT THE NEWS

Hear ye! Hear ye! All the latest news from your faithful town crier. Who’s attacking who, the latest outbreak of plague: All the important stuff, ye know.

Hear ye! Hear ye! Don’t listen to HIS boring news. Why listen to that depressing stuff when you can find out right here just how to lose weight without dieting? AND know your future. And who has the biggest butt in the whole kingdom. Right here. Right now.

Fake news – it’s older than you think in this short comedy sketch about the news.

Read other sketches by Peter Keel – Bad News, Pluto – comedy sketch for ten actors

Author: Peter Keel

Type: Short comedy sketch about the news

Genre: Comedy, skit, sketch, one act

Cast: Cast of 8, 6M, 2F but it is flexible

Ages of the actors: Kids up

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

Length: 8 minutes

Set: At the director’s discretion. Can be a blank stage or even done in front of a curtain during scene changes.

Level of difficulty: 6/10 – short funny sketch with not too many lines to learn

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Copyright © July 2019 Peter Keel and Off The Wall Play Publishers

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A Likely Story – five minute comedy filler
No-Thanks-Giving skit
Sunday in the park with Phil – short comedy sketch about true love. In Any form

Aboard Disorder – Short Satire Script about Mental Disorders

one act comedy plays

ABOARD DISORDER – SHORT SATIRE SCRIPT ABOUT MENTAL DISORDERS

Welcome to Aboard Disorder, Flight 13 (It’s not your lucky day!) to the Depths of Gloom. Today we will take you on a journey to Depression, with a short stop over in Anorexia with our final destination being Anxiety. In the event of an emergency, drop nooses will be released from the overhead. You place the noose around your neck thus (demonstrates) and tighten until restricted. Now please fasten your seatbelt, it’s going to be a bumpy ride! A short satire script about neuroses and common mental disorders.

Other plays by Meghan van Lelyveld – Saving Persephone – a comic version of the classic Greek story.

Author: Meghan Van Lelyveld

Type: One act play

Genre: Short Satire Script, Dark Comedy

Cast: Cast of 5, most likely 4F 1M but could be all all female cast

Ages of the actors: Teens up

Suitable for: Teens up to watch and perform

Length: 5-7 minutes long

Set: The inside of a passenger plane

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – getting the humour into this dark piece. A nice short play for drama students

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Cost is $4.00 for this short digital play

Copyright © June 2019 Meghan Van Lelyveld and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Contact Off The Wall Plays with any queries about Aboard Disorder

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The Chicken or the egg -political satire script

The Warhol Institute for the Forgotten FAMOUS – Comedy about Therapy

comedy about therapy

THE WARHOL INSTITUTE FOR THE FORGOTTEN FAMOUS – COMEDY ABOUT THERAPY

They’re all there and you should know them. Jacqueline, Lenny, Natasha and Marvin. With the pile of problems on the therapist’s lap, you’d think she was dealing with a-list celebrities, you know ‘cause more money more problems but this is a bunch who’s list doesn’t even exist. In, The Warhol Institute for the Forgotten Famous, Jacqueline is the resident troublemaker and is pretty good at her job. She has it in for the therapist and finds an ally in Lenny, the timid baby phoenix no one knows a thing about in this comedy about therapy.

Natasha has yet to come to terms with the fact that she isn’t that great… at anything. It’s a harsh pill to swallow but at least Jacqueline has them all covered in that regard. Then there’s Marvin. Poor guy stands no chance what with him getting aroused from the strangest proclivity and his nemesis, Jacqueline, who never lets him forget how strange he is. You’d think this two-act comedy was about Jacqueline (born Barbara) or the self-discovery and healing of the foursome, at the guidance of the dutiful therapist but it’s not. This is about not acknowledging who you’ve always been and paying the price for it.

Other comedies by Robert Luxford – Nuns – Chain smoking, rebellious nuns? That’s just the beginning.

Author: Robert Luxford

Type: Two-act play

Genre: Comedy about therapy

Cast: 3F 2M

Ages of the actors: 20’s – 40’s

Suitable for: Adults to watch and perform

Length: 90 minutes

Set: A therapist session. The room has five chairs.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – building the tension with a bomb in the room

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Copyright © June 2019 Robert Luxford and Off the Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other comedies of a similar vein:

Jinxed – insane one act comedy set at a therapy session
Ratboy – failed superhero comedy scipt
Foreign Therapy – tongue in cheek political comedy

The Ladies Guild Annual Pre-Christmas Planning Session – COMEDY ABOUT women’s groups

comedy about women's groups

THE LADIES GUILD ANNUAL PRE-CHRISTMAS PLANNING SESSION – COMEDY ABOUT WOMEN’S GROUPS

Without each other, they’re just reminded of how lonely they really are. Together, they’re exposed to how annoying they can be. In, The Ladies Guild Annual Pre-Christmas Planning Session, the ladies take pride in meeting up every year, to serve the charities of the world. Making actual money (in the form of donations) is the goal, of course but it’s also a great opportunity to come to terms with their losses. In one act, the dramedy also introduces us to Linda, who is new to the life of a widow but well-versed in the language of sisterhood because that’s what the Ladies Guild… really is in this comedy about women’s groups.

This play points a seasonal finger at the typical busybodies one always finds in places such as church groups, parents associations and other such societies. ‘Tis the season to be jolly! Or at least, to try.

Other comedies by American playwright Vin Morreale – Temp Work – a comedy about a sleazy boss

Author: Vin Morreale

Type: One act play

Genre: Dramedy, cynical comedy

Cast: 9F

Ages of the actors: Adult to older women

Suitable for: All ages to watch and mature performers to perform

Length: Fifteen minutes

Set: A half circle of folding chairs likely located in a hall.

Level of Difficulty: 7/10 – getting the humour right

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Copyright © 2018 Vin Morreale

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Well, I Never! Comedy sketch for three gossips
Would you let me fini…..? Comedy sketch for two women
V for what? Adult comedy for three younger women

Le Jeu Espion (The Spy Game) WWII Comedy Spoof

WWII COMEDY SPOOF

LE JEU ESPION (THE SPY GAME) WWII COMEDY SPOOF

The time? World War 2. The place? A little not so innocent French cafe. The Genre? A very, very silly WWII Comedy Spoof.

Now, listen carefully – for I shall say this once only. The French resistance have hidden a secret code inside a painting known only as “The Singing Bovine.” A local street artist, Etienne (a.k.a. Caroline) whose mustache is definitely not fake has the painting. All you need to do is to whisper the secret password to Etienne and she (sorry, he) will give the painting to you. The war will be won today!

Now – do not let the painting get into the enemy’s hands! Beware of the Nazi’s, and don’t trust that Italian or his little Russian friend, either. They all want the painting and will do their best to get their hands on it.

Le Jeu Espion plays homage to the great Allo Allo British Television series and its fans will love its similar feel. A great one act festival play.

Students at the Helen O’Grady drama school perform Le Jeu Espion

Author: Sonja Staunton

Type: One act play

Genre: Comedy spoof script

Cast: 5M, 4F

Ages of the actors: Teen to adult

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

Length: Fifteen minutes

Set: A street scene in Paris along the Seine, with the Eiffel Tower in the background, and a café stage right.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – getting the bad accents and silly feel. A play the actors can have a lot of fun with.

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Copyright © June 2019 Sonja Staunton and Off The Wall Play Publishers

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The Three Unwise Men: the real bureaucratic story – comedy spoof
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Crooked Hand: Funny whodunit

Little Miss Muffet skit

little miss Muffet skit

LITTLE MISS MUFFET SKIT

Once upon a time, little Miss Muffet sat on a tuffet. Hang on, what’s a tuffet? Hmmm …. turns out even the narrator doesn’t know. Moving on: “Eating her curds and whey. ” Hang on! Her order hasn’t even come yet! What kind of diner is this anyway? “Sorry, I’m coming!” yells the waitress as the narrator resigns. And let’s not even mention the problem with the spider in this Little Miss Muffet skit.

Read other skits by Lois Corcoran – Start Wreck – skit on Star Trek

Author: Lois Corcoran

Type: Skit

Genre: Comedy skit or sketch

Length: 1-2 minutes. The skit itself is only a page in length.

Cast: 4-5

Ages of the actors: Children, Kids, teens, adults

Suitable for: All ages

Set: Table & chair, giant spider, bowl, frilly dress for Ms. Muffet, waitress costume

Level of difficulty: 5/10 – short, fun easy Little Miss Muffet skit

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Cost is $4.00 for this new digital skit

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Copyright © June 2019 Lois Corcoran and Off The Wall Play Publishers

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ESPN, silent teen action comedy set in caveman times
Juleo and Romiet – skit on Romeo and Juliet
No-Thanks-Giving! Skit

Sock Hops, Recorders, and Owl Pellets: Tips on Surviving the 4th Grade – children’s comedy SCRIPT

children's comedy script

SOCK HOPS, RECORDERS AND OWL PELLETS: TIPS ON SURVIVING THE 4TH GRADE – CHILDREN’S COMEDY SCRIPT

You know what? Adults are always saying how hard life is with jobs and kids and shopping and cooking and cleaning. But do you know how hard it is to be me? To be a 4th grader? I have tons of responsibilities. I have homework. I have to play the recorder in music class. I have to learn about the body. I have to manage 4 different girlfriends! Wait what day is it today? Tuesday…I have to manage 3 different girlfriends! Oh no…I have a spelling test today.
Poop! Anyway, you get the point. Us 4th graders are much busier than adults!

Tyler is a 4th grader struggling with all your typical 4th grade problems: homework, spelling tests, and of course – girls. From gym class, to music class, and everything in between, Tyler and his friends share their essential tips on surviving 4th grade in this children’s comedy script.

PRODUCTION NOTE: The play has been staged using older teen actors. Part of the charm and humour about the production was that the older actors were playing younger kids. As it is a wordy piece it would also suit teenagers.

PRODUCTION HISTORY

Previously produced at the Rarig Center Arena Stage in Minneapolis, MN and at Storybook Land Theatre in Aberdeen, SD.

Read other comedies by Chris Cartwright – Awaiting Patients – a comedy set in a doctor’s waiting room

Author: Christopher Cartwright

Type: One act play

Genre: Play for primary school, Children’s comedy script

Cast: 2M, 2F

Ages of the actors: 4th graders – approximately 9 to 10 years old

Suitable for: Children to act in and all ages to watch

Length: Forty five minutes

Set: There is no specific set written into the script so it could be as simple as a blank stage, to a classroom, to a playground with wall art

Level of difficulty: 7/10 Wordy. The main characters should be able to have a good memory for words and excellent delivery

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Copyright © June 2019 Christopher Cartwright and Off the Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other plays for nine year olds and elementary school children that you may enjoy:

Molly and the magic phone – musical for children
Puppet show – short play for a small cast of children
The Girl in the Lavender Glasses – play about being different from the other kids

Foreign Therapy – tongue in cheek political comedy script

political comedy script

FOREIGN THERAPY – TONGUE IN CHEEK POLITICAL COMEDY SCRIPT

Read all about it! Read all about it! A new island has been discovered slap bang in the middle of the sea between the USA and Russia (And let’s not forget Canada, of course) . The leaders of each powerful nation are there, vying for ownership of the island in this tongue in cheek political comedy script.

Now, in every doomed marriage there is a mediator, someone whose job it is to smooth things over, as it were. Russia and America hate one another, so his job isn’t going to be easy. Canada has come to the party too, but that wasn’t the mediator’s idea. And because it wasn’t his idea, it’s clear he isn’t going to let Canada have a say, even though he has loads of good ideas.

Now this poor mediator’s task is to get them to agree on something. As the testosterone levels in the room rise, both Russia and America are finally united in the idea that they will go to war with each other over this tiny patch of land and the mediator is finding it more and more difficult and is considering abandoning the whole thing and going for lunch instead.

Enter North Korea. He’s brought popcorn.

Read other plays by playwright Kate Cosette – A Tale of two balconies – a modern Romeo and Juliet Comedy

Author: Kate Cosette

Type: One act play

Genre: Political Comedy script

Cast: Cast of 5 Could be 4M 1F or a mix of 2-3 M and 2-3F

Ages of the actors: Teens up

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

Length: 15-20 minutes

Set: A conference room with a long, oval table

Level of difficulty: 7/10: Accents and nuances

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Copyright © 2019 Kate Cosette and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other political plays you may enjoy:

Ye’ll vote for me – short Irish political skit
The Chicken or the Egg – political satire script
Trump – I’m not a racist skit

Blind Date – The Aftermath – 10 minute comedy: when the date’s over, is it?

10 minute comedy

BLIND DATE – THE AFTERMATH – 10 MINUTE COMEDY. WHEN THE DATE’S OVER, IS IT?

Dr Stanley and Alice Adler have been on a blind date with each other and have returned to their respective apartments. Now, it is true that people who have been single for a while tend to have relatively high standards in the people they date. Film star looks and a sparkling personality to match wouldn’t go amiss at all in this 10 minute comedy!

After the initial feeling that perhaps the person they just dated wasn’t really the film star they had hoped for, and having been brought down to a rather ordinary earth with a bump, both Alice and Stanley decide that, actually, a second date wouldn’t be so bad. Pity that Alice ignored the phone when it rang earlier…

Read the prequel to this play – Blind Date! by Tanis Galik

Author: Tanis Galik

Genre: Romantic Comedy

Type: 10 minute comedy play scripts

Cast: 1M, 1F

Ages of the actors: Both thirties up (or older) adults

Suitable for: All ages to watch

Length: Ten minutes

Set: The stage is divided into two bedrooms—-one feminine, one masculine. The rooms are separated by an imaginary wall which includes a full-length mirror (empty of glass) that both characters can use simultaneously. The lady’s boudoir has a dressing table with a large mirror (empty of glass) that has its back to the audience so they can watch during her evening ritual. There is a smaller, freestanding make-up mirror on the tabletop. The man’s room contains a dresser and a sink with similar mirrors. Both rooms are dark with light shining from the outer room when the bedroom door is opened.

Level of difficulty: 6/10 – a fun script with simple dialogue. It’s all about the angst!

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Copyright © May 2019 Tanis Galik and Off The Wall Play Publishers

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A Blind Date – two misfits meet up for a blind date!
Static – short female monologue set at a table on a blind date
This seat’s taken – one act comedy about OCD