ESPN, B.C. – Mimed Play Without Words!

$7.50

A fun mimed play for teens and older children about caveman teens and how they developed all the popular sports we play today.

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ESPN, B.C. PLAY WITHOUT WORDS

A fun mimed play for teens and older children about caveman teens and how they developed all the popular sports we play today. It’s all done with actions in which the actors have to make use of their creativity to let the audience recognize which sport it is they’re playing and how they’re doing, so there’s loads of room for a director’s creativity. A short play without words  that’s less than ten minutes in length.

Read about playwright Jean Blasiar. Other plays by Jean suitable for teens – The Audition – a play about an audition that’s a scream!

Author: Jean Blasiar

Genre: Teen scripts

Type: One act play without words

Cast: 7, 1 man 5 boys and 1 woman

Ages of the Actors: 5 teen 2 teen to adult

Suitable for: All ages

Length: 5-10 minutes

Set: Simple – a cave with some “rocks” that the boys throw around and a basket of apples with twigs

Level of Difficulty: 7/10 – doing all the actions without words.

Read a Sample of the script

Contact Off The Wall Plays with any queries about ESPN, B. C.

Royalty information for ESPN, B.C.

Copyright © August 2014 Jean Blasiar and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Other short plays for Teens:
Rebecca, the child – short play about peer pressure
Someone to remember – short one act teen drama
Family exercise – short one act drama

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