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3rd Period Blues by Kristofer Kauff (5-7 min. 2M) Comedy$12.00
Justin is having trouble dealing with the emotions he has for a girl he likes when his gym teacher, Mr. Knight, tries to give him a little advice. By the end of their conversation Justin just might be the one who has a better handle on these issues than his teacher.
Asparagus Queens by Patrick Bates (12-15 min, 2F, Cut as needed)$12.00
Vicki Ellen Linkletter and Lonnie Rae Gregory have been the best of friends for as long as either can remember. It’s a fragile friendship, however, as both share a love you-hate you relationship as junior beauty queens.
Aw Nuts! by Abram Sand (10-12 min) Humorous$10.00
A boy tries to get rid of peanut allergy after falling head over heels in love for a peanut fanatic. Along the way he meets a hippy shopkeeper obsessed with “herbal remedies,” an old witch who practices, “Legume Voodoo,” and even the ghost of George Washington Carver himself. In the end he discovers that this newfound love might not be all it’s cracked up to be. This also could be performed as a Duo.
Baby Powder Blues by Stephanie Christensen (10-12 min. 1M, 1F)$12.00
There are many joys and challenges to becoming new parents, and in this duo interpretation, Nick and Ali enjoy the journey together as Ali’s due date approaches. In this heartfelt story, the couple faces several surprises and they demonstrate just how many different ways you can show one another that you love each other. The mixture of tragedy, love, and family reminds us that every moment is a gift to spread love and kindness.
Books by Warren Thurston (12-15 min, 1M and 1F, Cut as needed)$12.00
The duet Books deals with the repression of truth by a person known only as the Protector.
By Accident by Kevin Carey$12.00
A man and the driver of the car who caused an accident have a conversation in the hospital room where the man’s wife is in a coma.
Clown Heart by Ed Vela (12-15 min, M or F, Cut as needed)$12.00
A traveling circus in the 1950’s. A clown and his young aerialist friend talk about a murder…
Cookies by Ed Vela (12-15 min, 2M, Cut as needed)$12.00
A put-upon boy and his hapless uncle struggle with female attire and their dignity when the boy’s younger sister gets sick on the last day that she is to meet her quota of cookie sales for her Wildlife Girl Explorer Troop.
Cross X by Patrick Bates (10-12 min, 1M and 1F, Cut as needed)$12.00
Mandy and Pete are partners in the middle of a round of debate. They are loosing the round and they know it, but they also know it isn’t because they don’t know what they’re doing.
First Date Blues by Matt Mills$12.00
It’s Amy and Clark’s first date, and it’s already off to a rocky start. Wanting to get to know each other without all of the anxiety and pressures of dating, they decide to spend the night free from their social shackles, simply as two people enjoying each other’s company. The result is a fun, absurd night that they’ll remember forever.
Flight 212 to LA by D’Arcy Robb (12-15 min. Cut as needed M or F) Humorous$10.00
All she wants to do is catch flight 212 to Los Angeles. But as our heroine attempts to make her way through a crowded international airport, a cast of obnoxious strangers – a way-too-friendly security agent, a panicked fearful flyer, an Elvis impersonator and more – seem determined to attach themselves to her!
Focus by Ed Vela (10-12 min, 2M, Cut as needed)$12.00
An absentee father is questioned by his teen son about his infrequent visits home.
Gary Trotter and the Man We Whose Name We Cannot Say Due to Copyright Infringement$12.00
Two enthusiastic fans of a world famous book series about a teen boy wizard attempt to lure new readers into their fantasy realm by presenting the entire eighteen volume adventure in ten minutes or less.
Guitar Zeros by Patrick Bates (10-12 min, 2F, Cut as needed)$12.00
Dialogue between BFFs Stephanie and Kelsey.
Human Beffudlement by Annette Lorraine (7-10 min, M or F, Cut as needed)$12.00
How is a person supposed to deal with people who only grunt, who say the opposite of what they mean, or who carry snakes for heaven’s sake? Two friends discuss funny but perplexing communications they had with other people, acting them out as they go.
Hunters Paradise by Marla Crowe (10-15 min, 2M or F, Cut as needed)$12.00
This is a comedy scene for 2 hunters. Although it is written for two males it could be played by two females trying to be males. This is a great opportunity to let the traditional male stereo-types come forward with some very interesting and funny twists along the way.