Confession Air – Ten Minute Comedy for Four Actors Set on a Crashing Plane

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While their plane is crashing, Lisa admits to her husband that she had an affair. To her horror, her husband’s only sin is he used her shampoo.  Lisa sets out to make her husband’s sins equal her own. Ten minute comedy for four actors.

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ten minute comedy for four actors

CONFESSION AIR – TEN MINUTE COMEDY FOR FOUR ACTORS

‘Ladies and Gentlemen, I regret to bring you the news that we are
currently in an out-of-control descent. Our pilots are doing
everything they can to get us to safety.  Please remain in your seats with your seatbelts securely fastened and try to remain calm.’ After hearing the announcement that everyone on their flight is likely to go down in a ball of flames, Lisa decides it’s time to confess her greatest sin to her husband, Blake.  Lisa then guiltily confesses she had an affair with her yoga instructor. To her surprise. Blake immediately forgives her and then gives her news of his own sin. Which is: He once used her shampoo. And towel. He’s very ashamed of what he did as he knows how much her shampoo means to her. But he washed the towel. “What the…………!!!!!” Lisa sets out to make sure Blake’s sins equal her own as the plane plummets to its doom in this ten minute comedy for four actors.

Confession Air was first produced in 2015 as part of Over Our Head Players’ annual Snowdance Festival in Racine, WI. It was audience voted as the festival’s BEST IN SNOW. It was directed by Rich Smith with the following cast: LISA – Kristin Althoff, BLAKE – John Adams, KIM – Quanashia Myers, CAROL – Rich Smith.

The cast of Confession Air

Other ten minute comedy plays by Matthew Konkel:

Life on the Line – short comedy about an old T shirt and its great escape from the line
Kate the Ultimate and Jane the Invincible: Superhero comedy script

Author: Matthew Konkel

Type: One act play

Genre: Ten minute comedy for four actors

Length: Ten minutes

Cast: 3F 1M

Ages of the actors: Adult

Suitable for: Teens up to perform and watch

Set: A commercial airplane on the verge of crashing

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – getting the feel of a crashing plane right with movment, sound and lighting effects

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Contact Off the Wall Plays with any queries about Confession Air

Copyright © August 2020 Matthew Konkel and Off The Wall Play Publishers

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TEN MINUTE COMEDY FOR FOUR ACTORS

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