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TEEN COMEDY PLAYLETSAdd to Cart
By: Kelly MeadowsAdd to Wish List
Script Pack: $20.95
   (Includes 8 scripts and rights to reproduce cast copies)
First Performance Royalty: $35.00
Each Additional Performance: $35.00
Type: Skit & Play Collection
Genre: Comedy
Themes: Travel, Writing, Work
Running Time: 30 minutes
Speaking Cast: 4 females, 1 male, 11 either (16 total cast)
Flexibility: gender flexible
ISBN: 978-1-93180-523-0
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Synopsis
Comedic skits include: 1. Air Uganda - A young disciple travels thousands of miles to ask her guru the secret of life, but why did she take Air Uganda? 2. Six Characters in Search of Page Two - If the assignment is to write a one-page play, why is the professor finding so much fault with character development? 3. Flushed With Embarrassment - There's only one bathroom at the coffee house, and someone's been in there a very long time. 4. Product Analysis - A grocery store clerk doesn't approve of her customer's purchases, and has alternate suggestions of her own. 5. Will Work for Food - A wealthy businessman tries to take home a panhandler and make him work for his supper. Can he be serious? 6. Well Behind Schedule - Someone at the bus stop isn't following the accepted protocol that you're supposed to ignore everyone else there.
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