It’s Never too Late – Comedy about Coming out of the Closet

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James O’Hara, famous daytime soap actor is psychic. Or so he says. His wife, Mary doesn’t think so. If he truly was psychic, he would have noticed that something just wasn’t right between their son Jamie and his fiancee, Mary Lou in this comedy about coming out of the closet.

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comedy about coming out of the closet

IT’S NEVER TOO LATE – COMEDY ABOUT COMING OUT OF THE CLOSET

James O’Hara, famous daytime soap actor is psychic. Or so he says. His wife, Mary doesn’t think so. If he truly was psychic, he would have noticed that something just wasn’t right between their son Jamie and his fiancee, Mary Lou in this comedy about coming out of the closet.

It’s true that James has noticed that Jamie has been spending a lot of time with Dr Richard, apparently dealing with a ‘summer cold’ that’s taking a lot longer to resolve than James would have thought. But, with the wedding in a month and the dreaded thought of his acting contract not being renewed, James has chosen this moment not to be psychic.  Or maybe he never really was. But today Jamie’s bringing Doctor Richard over.  Mary Lou’s coming as well.  At least that silly ‘summer cold’ will finally be explained!

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Author: George Freek

Type: One act play

Genre: Comedy about coming out of the closet

Cast: 3M 2F

Ages of the actors: Adult, 2-3 middle aged, 2-3 younger

Suitable for: All ages (PG 12 if parents don’t wish their kids to know about same sex couples)

Length: 15-20 minutes

Set: The O’HARA home. A large closet  with coats in it should be located somewhere on stage.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – farcical nuances

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Copyright © August 2019 George Freek and Off The Wall Play Publishers

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