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Right Swipe by Patrick Bates (10-12 min. 2F) Comedy$12.00
Maggie and Megan fear they have exhausted all their dating opportunities by their third year of college. Out of desperation they turn to the Internet’s latest dating sight: Right Swipe.
ROMEO REDUX by Patrick Bates (10-12 min, 1M and 1F, Cut as needed)$12.00
Love springs eternal for a pair of young teens who discover that Shakespeare knew exactly what love’s got to do with it when it comes to meeting that girl or guy of one’s dreams.
Second-Rate Superheroes by Stephanie Christensen (10-12 min.), F, Humorous$10.00
Have you ever felt like a sub-par, second-rate version of someone else? Fallon, Cibby, and Gertrude–an unlikely superhero girl squad– feel exactly this way when they audition to work for a big-time superhero firm similar to the CIA, but for heroes. With ridiculous powers like mad rapping skills and mediocre ninja moves, these girls are looking for someone to give them a chance to do good, and today happens to be their day. This piece can be performed as a humorous, duet, or readers theatre.
Security Check by Anna Levine (10-12 min, M or F, Cut as needed)$12.00
This humorous duet is set in an airport where Adelle, a feisty, if lonely, grandmother, reveals a bit more about herself than the security guard wishes to know.
Survivor Kid by Abram Sand (10-12 min. Cut as needed, M or F) Humorous or Duo$12.00
It all started with a regular old trip to the supermarket with dad, but then calamity struck! Or at least that’s what Charlie thought…We follow the survival struggle of 6-year-old Charlie Macfarlane as he gets separated from his dad and faces the nightmare scenario that every six-year-old dreads: getting lost in the supermarket! As he scans the aisles for his father, he runs into some, er, interesting characters.
Swim Me to the Moon by Devon Manney (10-15 min. Cut as needed. 3-5 Characters, M or F)$10.00
A once popular nightclub-singing fish and his crab best friend work to keep both their friendship and their careers afloat in a changing world, proving that perhaps fish do have feelings, after all.
Swim or Drown: Two High School BFFs by Stephanie Christensen. (10-12 min., Cut as needed. FF Duo or HI), Humorous$12.00
High school can be the trickiest time of an adolescent’s life, between role identity, social status, maintaining good grades, and many other obstacles. While all teens face this tumultuous period, not everyone’s high school experience is equivalent in difficulty. This FF duo follows Jess and Lizzy, two high school best friends, tackling a crisis together: Jess’s first “real job” interview. When Lizzy finds out about Jess’s goal to become a Santa Monica lifeguard, she devises the most absurd mock interview scenarios possible to prepare Jess for any challenge. Through this heartwarming glimpse into these BFFs’ lives, the audience sees the true value of loyal, golden I’ll-do-anything-for-you friendship. And we are also poignantly reminded that you never know what’s going on in a person’s, or adolescent’s, home life until you take the time to ask.
The Ballad of Jersey and Jim (7 min. 2M) Comedy$12.00
Jersey and Jim are rival secret agents that both have a job to do. What that job is, could prove deadly to each other. Who will best the other with their “cunning” “abilities”?
The Buffer by Mike Allegra (10-12 min, 1M 1 F, Cut as needed)$12.00
Heated negotiations ensue after Sarah ropes her husband, Bill, into an unwelcome “couples night.”
The Green Shoebox by Theresa Lehr (12-15 min, M and F, Cut as needed)$12.00
Blaine, a typical college student with obsessive compulsive, uh, tendencies, breaks into Tiffany’s dorm room
The Guild of the GWiG (Girls Who Game) by Patrick Bates. (10-12 min. Cut as needed.) FF Duo, Humorous$12.00
Frustrated by the lack of respect for girls who game, best friends Lulu and Lacey team up to change the gaming industry. Actors have the opportunity to play multiple roles as they present the backstory of a series of demeaning games.
The MJ and Rosie Show by Tim Mogford (10-12 min. 1M, 1F) Comedy$12.00
It’s not easy being cast in the chorus again, especially when – like Rosie – you have dreams of being the lead girl, and – like MJ – you are passionately committed to the Art of Theatre. In their struggle to be a positive part of the show, while also satisfying their longing for self-expression, the two characters in this piece will be all too familiar to everyone who has tried to fit in and stand out at the same time. The MJ and Rosie Show is a funny, poignant duet about the painful hilarity of young dreams. For your convenience, a cut version of the script has been added.
Thicker than Water by Kat Ravlic (10-15 min. Cut as needed 1M, 1F)$12.00
Rose didn’t know how to react when her son told her that he was homosexual, and in her lack of understanding she neglected him when he needed her the most. Now, three years later, she wants to make amends. Can Jeff forgive his mother’s past mistakes and let her back into his life?
Virtually Together, by Matt Mills (12-14 min., Cut as needed, M and F) Duet$12.00
How far can love travel? Is there a limit? Childhood sweethearts Emma and Charlie struggle to keep their relationship thriving after Emma moves across the world for a prestigious Danish art program. The only way they can be together is within virtual reality games, fighting robot-lizard-assassins on Planet Xenotron, racing speedboats in Explosions Bay, or sharing romantic dinners on the moon. But the ultimate, final boss that they must defeat is the growing distance between them.
Waffle Mountain by Kristofer Kauff (7 min. M or F) Comedy$12.00
Mandy is ready to spend a lovely day skiing with her friend Keith, when she finds out that taking him up on her favorite get away mountain may have been a bad idea.
Welcome to the Burger Den by Tim Mogford (10-12 min;.cut as needed. M or F with name change)$12.00
STEVEN’s working at a fast-food restaurant. He’s new and a little nervous, but very enthusiastic. When JACKIE comes in, he’s excited by the chance to work with a real customer, and does not notice the mask, dark sunglasses and suspicious-looking object hidden under a cloth. It doesn’t take him long to realize, however, that she’s not here for the burgers.