Comedy, by Ken Bradbury, 2007
New recreation director goes to the retirement home for old movie monsters.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 - 9 minutes
- 2 Females, 2 Males
- 4 Males
- 1 Female, 3 Males
- 4 Females
- 3 Females, 1 Male
Product Id: #812
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An excerpt …
(Not quite what he expected))
FRANKENSTEIN: (a typical stiff pose, he speaks with a refined British accent) Frankenstein. And you?
REECE: I’m Reece, the new recreational director.
FRANKENSTEIN: Do you have a light? They won’t let me smoke my pipe in the cafeteria.
REECE: (patting himself, looking) I’m afraid I…
FRANKENSTEIN: Oh, don’t be afraid. Retired movie monsters are usually quite harmless. I see Godzilla’s here. Did he try the head bit on you?
REECE: He said he wanted to…
FRANKENSTEIN: That’s why we have a new recreation director.
(he tried a trivia game)
REECE: Okay. “What famous movie monster was aroused from hibernation by an atom bomb?”
GODZILLA: (jumping up and down) Me! Me! Me!
REECE: Yes! Godzilla!
GODZILLA: Time to play now?
REECE: Time to sit. Please.
FRANKENSTEIN: (to Godzilla) Do be a good chappie and plant your old bum in the chair, won’t you?
FRANKENSTEIN: Sit, Godzy. Sit.
GODZILLA: Oh. (he sits)
(nothing seems to work)
GODZILLA: How ‘bout ... (smiles and looks at Reece’s head) …basketball?
REECE: No court! No basketball court!
REECE: No net!
GODZILLA: Ping pong!
REECE: No paddles!
GODZILLA: (holding up his hand and looking at it) Me got paddle!
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