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No Years Eve – play about New Year’s Eve (and the world ending on it)

play about New year's eve

NO YEAR’S EVE – PLAY ABOUT NEW YEAR’S EVE (AND THE WORLD ENDING ON IT)

Christmas is over, and everyone is looking forward to the New Year, until the news breaks that there wasn’t going to be one. A jilted daughter, a nuclear physicist, a flower shop employee, a wayward priest and a thief all join Mr. and Mrs. Drummond for their final moments on earth. Emotions run high, secrets are confessed and love blooms in the face of annihilation.   What will they do when the time comes? And how will they pass the time until then in this play about New Years Eve?

Other plays by Dave Morgan – Le Shaggy Dog – comedy set in wartime France

Production History:

Franklin and Friends on act play festival, Roosevelt Park, South Africa – March 2017
EADS one act play festival – Edenvale, South Africa – May 2017

Author: Dave Morgan

Genre: British Comedy, dramedy

Type: One act play, play about New year’s eve

Cast: 4M, 3F

Ages of the actors: Early twenties up to adult

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

Length: Thirty minutes

Set: Standard living room plus big working clock with easy to read pointers set for 11:30 at the start of the play (depending upon the timed dress rehearsal). A door, drinks cabinet, glasses, TV a flat screen from a computer of similar, cups, a tray and a lounge suite etc. Christmas tree, crackers and streamers.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – keeping a level of tension going with everyday occurrences

Read a Sample of the Script




Cost is $6.50 for this previously staged play

Contact Off The Wall Plays with any queries about No years Eve

Copyright © November 2017 Dave Morgan and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other end of the world plays:

God Help Us – the end of the world is nigh – and God’s stuck at a conference
Scream – one act suspense thriller about how people react when they think it’s the end of the world
The End of Class – a teen comedy about the end of class

Le Shaggy Dog – award winning one act plays – comedy in wartime France

award winning one act plays - comedy

LE SHAGGY DOG – AWARD WINNING ONE ACT PLAYS – COMEDY IN WARTIME FRANCE

This is a short suggestive play revolving around 4 able bodied French soldiers who have managed to live out the war in the comparative luxury of a small French castle with all of
the amenities. It’s a very funny play in the style of the well known “Allo Allo” television series.

Their lives are thrown into disarray when they learn the war has caught up with them and they have to make a plan to ensure that they all survive.

This award winning play took 5 awards at the recent EADS one act play festival including best actor, best actress and best ensemble.

Performance History:

The Franklin Players, Roosevelt Park – 2015
Edenvale acting and dramatic society, Edenvale, South Africa – 2015
Abbotts College, Northcliff, South Africa – 2016
Regal Community Theatre, Tenbury Wells, Worcester, UK – 2017

Other award winning plays by Dave Morgan. Read more about British born playwright Dave Morgan.

Author: Dave Morgan

Type: Award winning one act plays – comedy set in wartime France

Genre: Slightly “Naughty” comedy play in the style of “Allo Allo”

Length: 25-30 minutes

Cast: Narrator with a strong French accent plus 3 male 1 female with mild French accents.

Ages of the actors: The Males can be any age or size.
The female must be trim, have an outgoing personality and be prepared to wear a padded
bra if necessary.

Suitable for: PG 12

Set: The inside of a French Chateau where four soldiers have been living in luxury throughout the war

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – a funny comedy that will be enjoyed by the audience and actors.

Read a Sample of the Script




Cost is $10 for this award winning digital comedy script

Contact Off The Wall Plays with any queries about Le Shaggy Dog

Copyright © June 2015 Dave Morgan and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other one act comedies in stock:

An ordinary man – comedy about a guy who is rather tired of being a werewolf
Lonely hearts – one act comedy about a scam within a scam
A cut above the rest – one act farce for stage