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The Warhol Institute for the Forgotten FAMOUS – Comedy about Therapy

comedy about therapy


They’re all there and you should know them. Jacqueline, Lenny, Natasha and Marvin. With the pile of problems on the therapist’s lap, you’d think she was dealing with a-list celebrities, you know ‘cause more money more problems but this is a bunch who’s list doesn’t even exist. In, The Warhol Institute for the Forgotten Famous, Jacqueline is the resident troublemaker and is pretty good at her job. She has it in for the therapist and finds an ally in Lenny, the timid baby phoenix no one knows a thing about in this comedy about therapy.

Natasha has yet to come to terms with the fact that she isn’t that great… at anything. It’s a harsh pill to swallow but at least Jacqueline has them all covered in that regard. Then there’s Marvin. Poor guy stands no chance what with him getting aroused from the strangest proclivity and his nemesis, Jacqueline, who never lets him forget how strange he is. You’d think this two-act comedy was about Jacqueline (born Barbara) or the self-discovery and healing of the foursome, at the guidance of the dutiful therapist but it’s not. This is about not acknowledging who you’ve always been and paying the price for it.

Other comedies by Robert Luxford – Nuns – Chain smoking, rebellious nuns? That’s just the beginning.

Author: Robert Luxford

Type: Two-act play

Genre: Comedy about therapy

Cast: 3F 2M

Ages of the actors: 20’s – 40’s

Suitable for: Adults to watch and perform

Length: 90 minutes

Set: A therapist session. The room has five chairs.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – building the tension with a bomb in the room

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Copyright © June 2019 Robert Luxford and Off the Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other comedies of a similar vein:

Jinxed – insane one act comedy set at a therapy session
Ratboy – failed superhero comedy scipt
Foreign Therapy – tongue in cheek political comedy

Christmas in Cape Coral – Play for the Holidays

play for the holidays


Alan Rogers discovers, on Christmas Eve that he is the father of a precocious ten year old girl, from an affair he had with a married woman. While visiting Cape Coral, Florida, he plans to win over the still married Mary Warner and have her and his daughter to return to New York City to become the family they are supposed to be. However, Mary is very much married to her husband, John who has raised her daughter, Tina as part of his family despite knowing Tina is another man’s child. John is a businessman who travels a lot and this obviously leads to some friction in their home. Throw an old flame with paternal rights into the mix and what do you get? This “Christmas in Cape Coral!” A family play for the holidays.

Read other plays by American playwright Carl Megill – The Hopeful Diamond Caper – a two act comedy about a diamond and everyone who wants it.

Author: Carl Megill

Type: Three act play

Genre: Romantic Comedy, play for the holidays

Cast: 3F, 2M

Ages of the actors: Three adults in their thirties, one ten year old, and one older F who plays the mother.

Suitable for: All ages to watch and a mixed age range cast to perform

Length: 100 minutes

Set: The home of JOHN and MARY WARNER in Cape Coral, Florida. It is modestly furnished with a sofa center stage, an end table to the left and a coffee table in front of it. The kitchen is to the right with a bar separating the two rooms. Along the back is the door to the outside. In the left downstage area is a decorated Christmas tree. Behind the living room wall is a hallway leading to the bedrooms.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – Three act play – character driven. The focus of the audience needs to be kept by their interest in the characters and what happens next.

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Copyright © October 2018 Carl Megill and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other family comedies and romantic comedies for you to enjoy:

This Seat’s Taken – one act romantic comedy about OCD
You are your own worst enemy – romantic comedy set in the 1950’s in a hotel
Agatha the Ugly – romantic dramedy set in world war II

Ribbit – award winning comedy scripts

award winning comedy scripts


Like a lot of little girls, Jules Peters is all about princesses and fairy tales. Dreaming that one day she will find her very own Prince Charming, Jules starts kissing some frogs. One slight problem… Jules is not a little girl anymore… she’s seventeen. Even though Jules doesn’t see anything wrong with these frog make-out sessions, her grandmother’s about to snap. She brings Jules to a psychiatrist for help, but he’s got his own quirks, as does a mysterious seventeen-year-old boy who enters the picture. Can this amphibian amour be cured? More importantly, should it be? And why did Jules wait so long to finally start acting like a kid? Does it have anything to do with the complex Digital Age in which we live in? In Ribbit, a new award winning comedy script by Mark aloysius Kenneally, war is waged between fantasy and reality… pick a side.

Read about playwright Mark Kenneally. Other comedy plays by Mark.

Author: Mark Aloysius Kenneally

Type: Two-act play script, award winning comedy scripts

Genre: Comedy

Cast: 3F 2M

Ages of the actors: Two teens M and F, one M 55 year old, one F 75 year old and 1 F live voice.

Length: Two hours

Suitable for: All ages

Set: High school teenager’s “kiddie” bedroom and a doctor’s office.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – zany comedy that builds to a climax

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Cost is $10 for this digital award winning script

Cost is $15 for the printed script. Reduced costs for multiple copies- please inquire.

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Copyright © March 2015 Mark Kenneally and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other two act comedy plays that we stock:

Death’s no laughing matter – two act dark comedy
Explain the handcuffs – a sci fi time travel adventure
Lofty Larceny – two act French farce
Try psychology – two act zany comedy