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Second Thoughts by Colin Calvert
RolesMinimum Male roles = 1. Minimum Female roles = 1. Minimum total with doubling = 2. Minimum total without doubling = 6. No chorus. (The max. and min. numbers depend on whether the production follows the author's intention and uses a quartet of four female singers to punctuate the action. There are also a few lines addressed to passers-by who might or might not appear on stage.)
Run TimeAround 30 minutes. [Estimated!]
MusicNone.
StyleOne-act play, single minimalist set - a bus stop. Few props. A study of an attempted mid-life affair.
SynopsisHarold is waiting at the appointed spot, a bus shelter, for a meeting with his old school friend Patti, and wondering if he's up to having an affair, if that's even what's on offer.
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Sharing by Bob Tucker
RolesMinimum Male roles = 2. Minimum Female roles = 1. Minimum total with doubling = 3. Minimum total without doubling = 3. No chorus.
Run TimeAround 20 minutes. [Estimated!]
MusicNone.
StyleShort one-act play, single interior set. Furniture includes a collapsing chair (great fun for the set designer!)
SynopsisChris the suave estate agent thinks he's on to a good thing when wet and weedy Jake brings the gorgeous Holly in to buy a house. They're clearly not suited, and he makes his move to split them up. Jake is paired off with Chris's soon-to-be ex-wife and leaves, but then Holly has some surprising revelations for Chris.
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Shift Change by Terry McFadden
RolesMinimum Male roles = 2. Minimum Female roles = 1. Minimum total with doubling = 3. Minimum total without doubling = 3. No chorus.
Run TimeAround 30 minutes. [Estimated!]
MusicNone.
StyleOne-act comedy in which the three characters engage in witty and insightful conversation to tell us their stories with comedy and pathos. Single (American) bar setting. Contains mild swearing.
SynopsisWhat do you get when you mix one-part disenchanted tomboy waitress who just dumped her loser boyfriend, one-part overly pontificating know-it-all seasoned bartender, and one-part recently jilted blue-collar droop who just isn't doing well with the ladies? You get the situation at shift-change at Shannahann's Pub. A light-hearted take on bar culture and protocol, where Gregg, fresh from a breakup, receives hilarious coaching on the art of picking up women from the garrulous barkeep, Pete. While he's more bemused than bolstered, his intended departure is halted when he encounters the pub's beautiful, hard-nosed waitress Vicki, who, after some coy, heated banter, provides him with a simpler solution to his romantic problem.
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A Spy With A View by Robert Scott
RolesMinimum Male roles = 1. Minimum Female roles = 1. Minimum total with doubling = 3. Minimum total without doubling = 3. No chorus. Paulo is written male but could be reassigned.
Run TimeAround 25 minutes. [Estimated!]
MusicNone.
StyleOne-act comedy thriller with a single hotel room set.. Contains mild swearing.
SynopsisDavid and Vicky are on holiday, but the weather has trapped them in their hotel room. The monotony is broken by the delivery of a mysterious briefcase, with a recording that self-destructs! Where's the real spy?
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The Swan Queen by Frank Canino
RolesMinimum Male roles = 0. Minimum Female roles = 1. Minimum total with doubling = 1. Minimum total without doubling = 3. No chorus. There is one speaking voice, Lenore. She addresses the audience as a friend, but also addresses two other people (1M, 1F) who might appear on stage. There is also an option for a group of male dancers.
Run TimeAround 30 minutes. [Estimated!]
MusicTwo pieces (associated with classical ballet) are suggested as accompaniment. Lazy Bee Scripts does not supply any sheet music with this script.
StylePowerful, brilliantly-written one act play. Single set with simple furniture representing multiple locations.
SynopsisA former Prima Ballerina navigates the final months of her life, balancing her health concerns with those of her stepson, an artist with AIDS. Despite some stark differences at first, the pair find common ground and become allies as they each cope with their diagnoses.
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The Test by Geoff Rose-Michael
RolesMinimum Male roles = 1. Minimum Female roles = 1. Minimum total with doubling = 2. Minimum total without doubling = 3. No chorus. Character Stacey's Voice can be performed live or pre-recorded.
Run TimeAround 38 minutes. [Estimated!]
MusicNone.
StyleA one act drama with a single setting
SynopsisStacey attempts to impersonate her friend on a driving test to fraudulently obtain a licence for her, but when she makes a mistake, the consequences become horrific.
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The Visitor by Dean Laccohee
RolesMinimum Male roles = 2. Minimum Female roles = 1. Minimum total with doubling = 3. Minimum total without doubling = 3. No chorus.
Run TimeAround 35 minutes. [Estimated!]
MusicNone.
StyleOne-act play, single set (a psychiatrist's office), simple props. A play with things to say about seizing the moment, and about our reactions to hardship and suffering.
SynopsisA patient gives his psychiatrist a few problems by claiming to come from a distant planet. His belief can't be shaken, and worse, he says the world is going to end very soon. Will Dr Collinghurst accept his offer of a ride on his spaceship, or at least ask Nurse Elizabeth out before Doomsday?
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Wait... What? by Ted Evans
RolesMinimum Male roles = 2. Minimum Female roles = 1. Minimum total with doubling = 3. Minimum total without doubling = 7. No chorus. Two (male) characters appear on stage, one of them only briefly. Two male and two female characters appear on a video shown on the stage.
Run TimeAround 30 minutes. [Estimated!]
MusicNone.
StyleOne-act comedy play, almost a monologue, in the style of a disjointed presentation. Some educational content about Attention Deficit Disorder. Includes opportunities for improvisation. Contains mild swearing
SynopsisAn Attention Deficit Disorder sufferer talks about his experiences with a new wonder-drug and ADD in general, but ends up saying a little too much for the drug manufacturer's liking.
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When We Were Young by Allan Williams
RolesMinimum Male roles = 2. Minimum Female roles = 1. Minimum total with doubling = 3. Minimum total without doubling = 3. No chorus.
Run TimeAround 26 minutes. [Estimated!]
MusicNone.
StyleOne-act drama (with minimum staging requirements) set in World War One.
SynopsisSix monologues from three different characters, set during the First World War. Two soldiers who were childhood friends, recound their wartime experiences, as does a nurse who meets one of the men when he becomes one of the many casualties of the Great War
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Where There's Blame by John Chambers
RolesMinimum Male roles = 2. Minimum Female roles = 1. Minimum total with doubling = 3. Minimum total without doubling = 3. No chorus.
Run TimeAround 35 minutes. [Estimated!]
MusicNone.
StyleOne-act play, minimal set requirements, simple props, three strong characters and an involving story. Contains strong language and adult themes.
SynopsisLennie is fronting an accident claim company to raise money for his property speculating in Spain, Tina's waiting for Kevin to bring her some money for the week's shopping, but he's got caught up with Lennie's pie in the sky.
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