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Port and Starboard by Rob Burbidge
RolesMinimum Male roles = 3. Minimum Female roles = 1. Minimum total with doubling = 5. Minimum total without doubling = 5. No chorus. Archibald is written male but could be played female (preferably with a different name, and as 'secretary' rather than 'office boy')
Run TimeAround 25 minutes. [Estimated!]
MusicNone.
StyleOne-act play adapted from an O. Henry short story. Single set divided into three rooms and a waiting area. (This sounds complex, but could be done physically or just with imagination.)
SynopsisLawyer Gooch has handled many cases of divorce, and arranged the rescuing of more than one marriage. This time he faces three clients, all involved in the same marital discord. Can he untangle the threads and still come out a winner?
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Quite a Buzz! by Alan Robinson
RolesMinimum Male roles = 3. Minimum Female roles = 2. Minimum total with doubling = 5. Minimum total without doubling = 5. No chorus. An unusual cast of characters!
Run TimeAround 25 minutes. [Estimated!]
MusicNone.
StyleShort one-act comedy play, minimal set requirements (a chair), simple props. Contains mild swearing.
SynopsisBlue has got herself stuck, but Mr S is not helping her - in fact, he's tied her up. Two more fall victim to Mr S's trap, before we meet his lady-friend and find out what - or who - is really for dinner.
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Red Nose, Floppy Shoes by James Brosnahan
2019 Monkey Bread Tree Script Competition - Winner, Best Character Arc. “It’s a bit of a ridiculous event, and the whole thing would be mighty entertaining on screen, especially with these personas.”
RolesMinimum Male roles = 1. Minimum Female roles = 2. Minimum total with doubling = 4. Minimum total without doubling = 5. No chorus. One of the five listed characters is a voice-over.
Run TimeAround 45 minutes. [Estimated!]
MusicNone.
StyleOne-act satirical comedy. Single (domestic kitchen) set.
SynopsisMichael's DNA test confirms his self-diagnosed Coulrophobia (fear of clowns). When Dr Keegle informs him he actually has the dreaded Clown Syndrome and only a week to live, his wife must keep him away from any form of comedy. Michael agrees to attend a support group. Tragically, the DNA test was mixed up, and rather than Courophobia, Michael has actually got the Clown Gene - he's a clown, and cannot help himself delivering an improvised stand up routine to the members of the Clown Syndrome support group. Exposed to comedy, they die in droves and Michael is carted off to prison, charged with murder. At the last moment his sentence is commuted to Community Service and his family must adjust to the new Michael, from his red nose to his floppy shoes.
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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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Socks by Rosemary Frisino Toohey
RolesMinimum Male roles = 2. Minimum Female roles = 2. Minimum total with doubling = 4. Minimum total without doubling = 5. No chorus. Four principal characters plus an off-stage female voice (which could be pre-recorded).
Run TimeAround 20 minutes. [Estimated!]
MusicNone.
StyleShort, one-act comedy play. Single set - the inside of a clothes dryer at a laundromat! ( A delightful contribution to an under-used sub-genre of costume drama!)
SynopsisA group of single socks discuss their plight. Should they attempt escape? Why have they been abandoned? Don't humans know that socks are the cornerstone of civilization?
A tale of abandonment, rejection and hope in the confines of a clothes dryer.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of clean laundry must be in want of the correct number of socks.
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The Soldiers' Tale by Mike Sparks
RolesMinimum Male roles = 3. Minimum Female roles = 1. Minimum total with doubling = 4. Minimum total without doubling = 6. No chorus.
Run TimeAround 20 minutes. [Estimated!]
MusicNone.
StyleModern version of a medieval mystery play. Single, minimal set, basic props.
SynopsisThe events on Calvary discussed from the perspective of bystanders, including the soldiers who administered the crucifixion.
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Spirits of the Age by John Chambers
RolesMinimum Male roles = 3. Minimum Female roles = 2. Minimum total with doubling = 5. Minimum total without doubling = 5. No chorus.
Run TimeAround 50 minutes. [Estimated!]
MusicNone.
StyleA one act play, with a single (multi-functional) set.
SynopsisThe relationship between Houdini and Conan Doyle is examined - through the medium of their investigation of the spirit world and its practitioners, in an intriguingly-staged drama.
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Sweet Dreams by Peter Appleton
RolesMinimum Male roles = 3. Minimum Female roles = 2. Minimum total with doubling = 5. Minimum total without doubling = 5. No chorus.
Run TimeAround 30 minutes. [Estimated!]
MusicNone.
StyleA one-act twisted psychological drama, verging on the melodramatic.
SynopsisPlagued by nightmares after a mysterious accident, Anne has trouble telling reality from her dreams. Is her fiancé alive or dead? Is her father helping her, or holding her prisoner? Can she even trust her oldest friend?
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The Three Little Pigs... I Mean The Three Little Hogs by Larry Brumer
RolesMinimum Male roles = 0. Minimum Female roles = 1. Minimum total with doubling = 5. Minimum total without doubling = 5. No chorus.
Run TimeAround 30 minutes. [Estimated!]
MusicNone.
StyleSmall-cast comedy play intended for performance by an adult or high school company to an elementary school audience. Simple sets, costumes and props.
SynopsisThe tale of the Three Little Pigs (building houses, wolves huffing and blowing - that sort of thing) retold for elementary pupils with audience interaction and a surprise ending.
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Under the Hood by Damian Trasler
RolesMinimum Male roles = 3. Minimum Female roles = 1. Minimum total with doubling = 4. Minimum total without doubling = 5. No chorus.
Run TimeAround 65 minutes. [Estimated!]
MusicNone.
StyleOne-act drama (on the lower boundary of two-act length). Simple sets.
SynopsisRose, an actor, is rehearsing the title role in a new psychological interpretation of Red Riding Hood under a hot-shot director. Meanwhile, her husband, Mark, is torn between the frustrations of his well-paid dead-end job and the uncertainties of his dream of creating his own business.
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