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Pirate Appreciation Day – comedy script about pirates. Arrgh!

comedy script about pirates


Harken, mateys! Modern piracy no longer has its “good” name — or so claims the Pirate Appreciation Movement. This group of buccaneers believes commandeering a cruise ship on the Talk Like a Pirate Day holiday is the proper route to infamy. Its saltiest members, Walker D. Plank and sidekick Halitosis Halvard, sneak aboard the M.S. Stillwater as it departs for a Caribbean cruise.

They discover more than they bargained for in a colorful ensemble of fellow passengers. Frederick Feedle Fillingsworth is a fugitive museum curator with a valuable stolen artifact. Teenage nerd Paisley Nettleton is a prodigy of ancient languages and archeology, hovered over by his squabbling parents, Ned and Doris. The Captain — the hairiest man of the Seven Seas — would do anything to win the affections of Bridget, the mysterious yeoman.

By the time night falls on the first day at sea, a tentacled monster will be summoned, a sword fight will be fought with plastic butter knives, and someone will take a one-way voyage to Davy Jones’s locker. Aye so, but ’tis good to be a pirate!

The Waynesboro Players Community Theater premiered the play on Feb. 23–26, 2012 for a 4-show run in Waynesboro, VA. and was hailed as an “Uproarious comedy” by the Augusta Free Press.

Author: Matthew Warner

Type: Two-act comedy

Genre: Off The Wall Comedy

Cast: 11 Principals, 8M 3F and 7 smaller parts

Ages of the actors: Teenage up to older adult

Suitable for: All ages

Length: Play two hours long

Set: With the exception of Act I, Scene 1, which is at a bus stop, all scenes are aboard the M.S. Stillwater, a Caribbean cruise ship. The play takes place at various locations on the ship, such as by a railing, on the deck, a hallway and the casino.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – a lot of fun for a large cast. Crowd control. Comedy script about pirates. Nuff said. 

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Cost is $6 for this previously produced digital script with a successful run

Contact Off The Wall Plays with any queries about Pirate Appreciation Day

Copyright © December 2015 Matthew Warner and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other Off the Wall full length comedy plays:

Explain the Handcuffs – a time travel adventure
God help us – dark religipus comedy script
Tune in – comedy about reigniting a TV station

Monty’s mouthwatering moments – British farce plays

British farce plays


Privately educated Monty Marshington has dropped out of university. This means that his father’s dream of Monty following in his footsteps and becoming a world renowned psychiatrist have gone up in smoke. To make matters worse, Monty has set his heart on opening a French bistro instead and has shacked up with his Welsh waitress, Mafanwee, whom he has fallen desperately in love with and has decided to marry. This means that his mother’s dream of Monty marrying the highly bred but prudish Petula Patsworth has also vanished. In this upper crust farce set in the swinging 60’s, the rivalry between the Welsh and the English is still rife, and Monty’s choice simply won’t do.

Truth be told, Monty has ruined quite a few other people’s plans for his future. Will he marry the sweet Mafanwee or will everyone else succeed in sending her packing?

Author: Liz Philpot

Genre:  British farce plays

Type : Two-act play

Cast:  10-11,  5M 5-6F (one F can play an extra minor part if need be)

Ages of the actors:  Young adult to grand mother’s age

Suitable for: All ages

Length:  2-2.5 hours

Set: On the multiple set there is the breakfast room at Chesley Hall in the Midlands probably near Solihull, Monty’s family home. Millicent is on the telephone. The table is set for breakfast.

Mafanwee’s and Monty’s pokey bedroom above their cafe cum restaurant in Birmingham; Mafanwee is snuggled down in bed.

Monty is downstairs by the serving bar reading through the C.V s looking very worried.

A park bench near a telephone box D.S R., where Chunky in his trench coat is sitting reading the local newspaper upside down. No one can see the Hypnosis book on the inside of the paper Pierre is in the telephone box. The door is shut so Chunky cannot hear what he is saying.

Penelope’s luxurious lounge where she is reclining all in pink complete with headband and roses, having her breakfast on her chaise lounge at Clardon House with her solid silver tea set reading the same local newspaper .The action happens across the multiple set.

Level of difficulty:   7/10 – scene changes and set

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Cost is $5 for the digital script

Contact Off The Wall Plays with any queries about Monty’s mouthwatering moments

Copyright © March 2015 Liz Philpot and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other farces that we stock:

Lofty Larceny – two act French style farce
Don’t say you’re Harry – 2 act farce with diamonds, jewel thieves and a reverend
Guilty party – a whodunit medical farce


Tune In – Two act comedy about a television station


two act comedyWhen Danton Stanton ‘accidentally’ kills oil tycoon Mr. Paramount, he alters his will and inherits Mr Paramount’s long neglected TV station, also ‘by accident.’ Danton decides to make the best of things and together with his best friend Walton Harley they team up with a bunch of misfits who between them, have had SOME previous television experience.  These include the elderly Beverly Kraft, recently fired from her job at the community college, and Fred Feltbetter, an ageing has-been who fell far from grace in his previous job at the local rival TV network, and who now moonlights as Liza Justice, a cabaret singer.  Between the four of them, they come up with a plan to rescue the failed TV station and best the evil rival network.


The entirety from opening to last period of this play is dedicated to my best friend of more years than I can count, William Harris, one of the most ingenious people I know, who was instrumental in co-crafting every one of the characters in this show and remain largely unchanged from their original conjuring. Below is an excerpt from their debut concept novella, now hidden on an external hard drive, never to be seen by eyes other than our own, featuring the scene in which the cast of characters prepare to walk through a haunted house attraction, an experience not unlike writing this concept stageplay:

“Now listen here, Comrades,” said Mr. Feltbetter. “This is gonna’ be really scary. So, if you need a hand to hold or a shoulder to scream into, you can just come right on over to me. I’ll be happy to help you though this!” Walton and Danton stood up and began to exit the RV, closely followed by Mr. Feltbetter and Beverly. As they crossed the parking lot, they were enveloped by the scent of cheap rubber masks and what smelled like a large supply of Dark and Gorgeous hair product.” –

I sincerely hope that this play can gift to you the laughter and joy that our friendship has provided over the years. It was a true joy to be able to bring a teenage dream to life. Anything can happen. A gospel singer could emerge from your closet, sing the hallelujah chorus, and then return to the shadows of your moth-eaten, forgotten sweaters and disappear. Never discount what seems unlikely.”

Timothy D. Starnes

Other comedies by Timothy Starnes. Read about playwright Timothy Starnes

Author: Timothy Starnes

Genre: Two act comedy for a large cast

Type: Two act play

Cast: 11 main parts (at least 5M 1F rest written as M but could be played by either gender and up to 25 parts in total, many of which can be doubled.

Ages of the actors: Twenties to eighties

Suitable for: All ages

Length:  100 minutes  (1.5-2 hours)

Set: Various – a courtroom, a dilapidated office, the outside of a warehouse

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – this script gets its humour from characterization of the parts.

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Cost is $5 for the digital play script

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Copyright © October 2014 Timothy Starnes and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other two act comedies for your perusal

Clown Car – hilarious whoddunnit. With clowns
Lofty Larceny – two act French style farce
Nuns – two act satire about what really goes on at the convent