A DAY IN THE LIFE
Group - Comedy, by Ken Bradbury, 2015
A whirlwind tour of a schoolgirl's frighteningly typical day. Fast paced with three actors playing multiple characters.The number and gender of characters can be changed to accommodate available participants. Price is for a master script. Make as many copies as is required for your ensemble.
Duration7 - 10 minutes
- 2 Females, 1 Male
- 3 Females
- 1 Female, 2 Males
Product Id: #853
An excerpt …
(A scene for three actors. Sam should be a girl, but Parker and Charley may be either gender.)
CHARLEY: A day …
PARKER: A day …
SAM: A day in the life. Of me!
CHARLEY: Of her.
PARKER: A girl.
SAM: A typical girl!
PARKER: Close, anyway.
SAM: From morning ‘til night!
CHARLEY: The beginning and the end!
PARKER: Alpha and Omega!
PARKER: That’s Greek.
SAM: I’m lost.
CHARLEY: And that … is just the point, Sam. It begins!
PARKER: (imitating a loud alarm) Riiiiiiiiiing!
SAM: (waking slowly) Wh … what? What?
SAM: Okay! Okay! I heard you already!
CHARLEY: (as the mom) Sam! Get up!
SAM: I’m getting up.
CHARLEY: No you’re not!
SAM: No, I’m not. Okay, okay Mom. (looking in a mirror as Charley becomes her reflection.) Oh, geesh. Did I look that bad when I went to bed?
PARKER: (as the mirror) Yes.
SAM: Okay, okay! I’m hurrying. (walks groggily into the shower, mimes taking off her pajamas, turns on the water, then looks at the audience) What are all these people doing in my bathroom?
SAM: I’m coming! I’m coming! (drying off, putting on pants, etc.) (shouting) Is this Saturday?
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