Unbelievable – Five minute play about Precognition

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Written as a sequel to ‘Believe’ a ten minute drama about precognition, Unbelievable follows on the lives of Millie, her now ex fiance, Alex and his now ex psychiatrist father Dr Preston after Millie’s revelation about Dr Preston’s intended fatal fishing trip in this play about precognition.

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play about precognition

UNBELIEVABLE – FIVE MINUTE PLAY ABOUT PRECOGNITION

Written as a sequel to ‘Believe’ a ten minute drama about precognition, Unbelievable follows on the lives of Millie, her now ex fiance, Alex and his now ex psychiatrist father Dr Preston after Millie’s revelation about Dr Preston’s intended fatal fishing trip in this play about precognition.

Dr Preston was horrified that his friend drowned on that very same trip Millie told him not to go on, and quickly became a believer in Millie’s powers. Alex, fascinated by her gift was inspired to write a prizewinning play about her, earning her the notoriety she didn’t want and forcing her to break up with him and leave town.

Today, Alex and his dad are in New York, to see about an offer to stage the play Off Broadway. But it turns out Millie has moved to New York.

Other plays by Jean Blasiar

The Heirs – British Comedy Script
First Play – a comedy about Hollywood
Sticky – ten minute farcical comedy about a cheating man

Author: Jean Blasiar

Type: One act play about precognition, sketch

Genre: Dramedy

Cast: 2M, 1F

Ages of the actors: One older M, one younger M and F

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

Length: 5 minutes

Set: Bare stage except for a restaurant type table and two chairs, down stage left, with white tablecloth, small centerpiece, service for two.

Level of difficulty: 6/10 – this play can stand on its own but is better coupled with ‘Believe.’

Read a Sample of the Script

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Copyright © July 2020 Jean Blasiar and Off The Wall Play Publishers

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