Don’t Tell – Comedy about Newlyweds

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They’ve just gotten married and had their first night together in this comedy about newlyweds. She’s quite conservative, religious perhaps and so they waited until they were married, to do, er ‘the deed!’ Now their first night is over, they haven’t slept a wink and it’s time to go down for breakfast.

But what will the other guests think? They’ll KNOW of course. And she just couldn’t have that, couldn’t bear anyone knowing that she… And so she makes the bed (so the staff don’t know) and sits her husband down and makes him promise that he won’t give the game away. He must swear not to do or say anything at the breakfast table that would make them seem like anything other than an old married couple. No cute nicknames! No kissing her hand! No speeches! He think’s she being silly, but agrees. But then he goes and….

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comedy about newlyweds

DON’T TELL – COMEDY ABOUT NEWLYWEDS

They’ve just gotten married and had their first night together in this comedy about newlyweds. She’s quite conservative, religious perhaps and so they waited until they were married, to do, er ‘the deed!’ Now their first night is over, they haven’t slept a wink and it’s time to go down for breakfast.

But what will the other guests think? They’ll KNOW of course. And she just couldn’t have that, couldn’t bear anyone knowing that she… And so she makes the bed (so the staff don’t know) and sits her husband down and makes him promise that he won’t give the game away. He must swear not to do or say anything at the breakfast table that would make them seem like anything other than an old married couple. No cute nicknames! No kissing her hand! No speeches! He think’s she being silly, but agrees. But then he goes and….

Other plays by American playwright Jean Blasiar:

The Storyteller – a play about forgetting an anniversary
Yellow Roses – Romantic Comedy script about bringing flowers

Author: Jean Blasiar

Type: One Act Play

Genre: Romantic Comedy about newlyweds

Cast: 1M 1F

Suitable for: Adults to act and teens up to watch

Length: Ten minutes

Set: A hotel room and a table at the hotel restaurant

Level of Difficulty: 7/10 – a short fun sketch

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Copyright © March 2021 Jean Blasiar and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other plays that you’ll love about hotels:

Joined at the Hip – Comedy about a conservative hotel in the middle of the sticks and a couple of interesting visitors
Try Psychology – an ‘inn debt’ hotel and the warring couple who own it
Anniversaries – two act comedy about failing hotel

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