Most Likely to… A Comedy Sketch about Expectations

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When Tom is joined in his elevator by a nervous looking man and that same man suddenly stops the elevator and tries to mug him, he looks at the face of the man and realises that he went to school with him! In fact that very same guy (Bill Richardson) was voted Most Likely To Succeed in high school, whereas Tom was given the dubious title of Class Clown. And today he’s being mugged by that very same ‘success story.’ A short comedy sketch about expectations.

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comedy sketch about expectation

MOST LIKELY TO… COMEDY SKETCHABOUT EXPECTATIONS

When Tom is joined in his elevator by a nervous looking man and that same man suddenly stops the elevator and tries to mug him, he looks at the face of the man and realises that he went to school with him! In fact that very same guy (Bill Richardson) was voted Most Likely To Succeed in high school, whereas Tom was given the dubious title of Class Clown. And today he’s being mugged by that very same ‘success story.’ A short comedy sketch about expectations.

Other funny plays by American Playwright Carl Megill:

Mom’s Kitchen – a comedy set in a restaurant where they treat you like your mom does
The Wingman – comedy sketch about picking up women (badly)

Author: Carl Megill

Type: One act play

Genre: Comedy sketch about expectations

Length: Five minutes

Cast: 2M

Ages of the actors: Adult – thirties up

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

Set:  The Inside of an elevator. The appearance of an elevator can be suggested using sounds and doors that open like elevator doors at the back of the stage.

Level of Difficulty: 7/10 – The actors have to be able to fill what should be a small space

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