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Say What? One Act Adult Comedy About Dating


Emm’s recovering from the shock of kicking her boyfriend out after finding a thong (not hers and no meant for her) in his bag. The evil, evil evil bastard was cheating on her, he’s gone and she has resorted to comfort food to get her through.  Luckily (or for better, or worse) for her she has the two sides of her brain to get her through this breakup in this adult comedy about dating.

Sarah is the logical side. She thinks it’s about time Emm stopped eating all that ice cream (it makes her fart) and get out there and meet a real man. (And if he’s looking to plough her fields, even better!) Bella is the emotional one. In her opinion, the Ex (Evil, Evil, Evil) deserved that microwave that was thrown at his head. Pity it missed.  Together they’re Sarah-Bella-Emm.

And tonight, Emm’s going on a date. And her brain is going to make sure she’s prepared for every (and I mean every) eventuality.

Read other adult comedies – The Love of Cheesecake – an adult comedy about bringing the spark back by Ashley Nader.

Author: Ashley Nader

Type: One Act play

Genre:  Adult Comedy about Dating

Cast: 3F, 1M

Ages of the actors: Young adult to middle aged

Suitable for: Adults only – language and references to sex.

Set: Emm’s living room. There is a couch, exit to a kitchen and a cell/mobile phone.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – delivering the funny and dirty lines with a straight face. 

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Like this play? Other similar plays you may enjoy:

Gray Matters – short funny monologue by the guy who runs your brain Christopher goes through a breakup -one act comedy about a guy who has been dumped Guy meets girl – dating from the guy’s perspective Naked – one act comedy about internet dating

Jump – one act drama about suicide

one act drama about suicide


A boy named Navii,  who doesn’t feel like a boy, draped in a pink dress on the verge of tears ascends a building and slowly steps towards the edge of it. However, he is interrupted from his “fate” by a man named London who has been living on the roof for years, contemplating every day whether to jump or not. London’s curiosity gets the better of him and Navii wants to find out more about this strange man living on top of the building. They slowly unravel the mystery of each other’s pasts, their minds and the true nature for their ascension all the while a quirky fellow with a box of popcorn watches them and a deadly supernatural presence is lurking all around.

Author: Ryan Naamdhew

Genre: Drama

Type: One act plays

Cast: Six to nine actors

Ages of the actors: Teen to adult. The play was written for high school students.

Suitable for: Teens up to watch and perform

Length: Forty minutes

Set: A rugged, worn-out couch lies at stage center, slightly skewed. A couple of boxes lay at stage right. A heap of clothes, newspapers and other miscellaneous objects are placed mainly at stage left but also sparsely scattered across various parts of the stage.

Level of difficulty: 8/10 – play is almost surreal and that feeling should come across as well as the raw emotions that lead people to commit suicide

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Copyright © November 2018 Ryan Naamdhew and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other plays about suicide and other thought provoking plays:

Love Norman. Normal plans to die today. But doesn’t count on his family arriving with a lot of stuff for him to do
When summer dies of shame. A dying rapist is tracked down by his daughter set on revenge
Some unfinished chaos- play about the relationship between a dying writer and his protege