Comedy, by Ken Bradbury, 2002

No, it’s not a letter. Two girls getting ready for the big dance get locked in the — john.

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8 - 10 minutes

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  • 2 Females

Product Id: #254

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An excerpt …

(All is going well in readiness for the big dance until …)

BABETTE: (turning to the mirror) My makeup? Don’t tell me my makeup is smeared!

RICKIE: It’s not your makeup, Babs, it’s the door. It’s locked.


RICKIE: Door. Locked. Tight.

BABETTE: Oh no! Dad said the locks were all fouled up. Why’d you lock the door with only two of us in the house?

RICKIE: I didn’t lock the door! I shut the door. The door locked the door. Call for your folks.

BABETTE: They’re in Chicago.

(A variety of break-out attempts are made)

BABETTE: We need a weapon! (looking around)

RICKIE: They’re not gonna attack us, Babs!

BABETTE: I mean to open the door. (sees something and grabs it) Yes!

RICKIE: A hairbrush? You’re gonna attack the door with a hairbrush? Are you sure that thing is loaded?

BABETTE: Get out of my way! (draws back the hair brush to hit the door…then stops) No. I’ll chip the paint.

RICKIE: (picking something up) How about toothpaste? I could grease you up with it and slide you under the door.

BABETTE: Listen! Somebody just opened the front door!


BABETTE: Bad! They can’t find us here!

RICKIE: Somebody had better find us here. I can only live so long on mouthwash and dental floss.

(The boys arrive and as luck would have it, they step into the …)

RICKIE: No, don’t bother with it. We’ve got to get to the dance. Babette’s Dad will … no really, you don’t have to … Don’t shut the …


RICKIE: They’re stuck.

BABETTE: I know that. (pulls on door) And it won’t open.

RICKIE: (listening at the door) They’re banging on it with my hairbrush. Don’t chip the paint!


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