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First Responder by Stephanie Christensen (10-12 min., Cut as needed, F, Dramatic)$7.00
Emergency health professionals work on the frontlines of care to make split-second decisions every day. These medical employees must have courage, kindness, and adrenaline-fueled good intentions. But no person is perfect, and as humans, we all face moments of mistakes or lapsed judgments in our careers. Dolly, a first responder EMT, is one of only a few rural healthcare workers in her small town of Etowah, Tennessee. Despite significant training and passion for medicine, Dolly makes a mistake in the field and is forced to grapple with the significance of her error. As a first responder, her slips can cost other people their chances of recovery. So is it worth trying? Should Dolly dust herself off and continue to fight for public health and safety, knowing she might sometimes lose? Or is first responder work just too grueling?
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!
Flowers by Katherine Vaughan (10-12 min., Cut as needed, F, M or F, Duo/Duet/Dramatic)$12.00
Growing up can be hard. Especially for Carrie, a first-grader, who witnesses the progression of her mother’s terminal illness. Luckily, she bonds with her teacher, who proves to be very influential in her life. Carrie shares her struggle with grief and growth, all from the perspective of a child.
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.
Free at Last by Dee Cliburn (10-12 min. Cut as needed, M or F) Dramatic$7.00
This dramatic takes the audience to a world filled with guilt and isolation. The man’s wife is dead, but her eyes refuse to leave. Can guilt lead to insanity? When will he be free, free at last. Powerful dramatic full of remorse and suspense.
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.
Gloves for a Princess by Charlotte Jones (10-12 min. Cut as needed, F) Dramatic$7.00
In this dramatic, a homeless woman brings the audience to her world filled with royalty and sadness. She shares her turmoil against her losing battle with reality and any hope of a normal life. Her fantasies shield her from the harshness of the streets.
Gnome is Where the Heart Is by Nate Sand (7-10 min, 7 Characters, M or F, Cut as needed) Humorous$10.00
The humorous story of Hans, a gnome, who figures out that he was adopted by gargoyles and his subsequent adventure to find his ‘true’ family. Along the way he discovers he was with his ‘true’ family all the long. Intended as a humorous speech with many characters. Transitions between scenes are to be determined by the actress/actor.
Grilled Cheese by Kevin Paris (10-15 min. Cut as Needed) 1M,1F, Duet$12.00
David, a mentally challenged young man, has moved into his first apartment-much to the dismay of his Mom. Unaware of her intentions to convince him to move back home, David prepares a special dinner to celebrate his mother’s first visit to his apartment. A son’s need for independence, a mother’s need to protect-a resolution will be reached over something as simple as grilled cheese.
Guitar Zeros by Patrick Bates (10-12 min, 2F, Cut as needed)$12.00
Dialogue between BFFs Stephanie and Kelsey.
Halvzies by Ed Vela (12-15 min, 4 Characters M or F)$12.00
Three half brothers, who can’t stand each other, share their not-to friendly thoughts, feelings, and ideas concerning each other with a child psychologist doing her level best to get them to bond. Good luck.
Holiday Improvisations by Marla Crowe$15.00
You will find improvs for Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Valentines and Easter. This is just what teachers need when the students are going crazy and need that fun activity to enhance their creative levels and the opportunity to bring their theatre skills to new amazing levels. The improvs can be performed as a solo or duet. ONE HUNDRED TWENTY FIVE IMPROVS IN ALL!!
Huey by Dee Cliburn (7-10 min, M) Dramatic$7.00
A dying trucker tells of his past life and loves from his hospital bed.
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.
I Do.. I Don’t by Marla Crowe (10-12 min, 2F, Cut as needed)$12.00
It is a drama that explores the emotions one feels on their wedding day, however, this is not a truly happy day.