DUMB BUNNY

Comedy, by Ken Bradbury, 1994

"I'm your conscience!" That tiny voice ruins April's day, and changes her life. The interchange between the girl and her conscience reminds us that one of the keys to unlock happiness resides within all of us.

Price includes 2 scripts.

Duration

8 - 10 minutes

    Cast Options

  • 2 Females

Product Id: #210

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$12.00
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DUMB BUNNY

An excerpt …

(Good morning!)

APRIL: (yawning as if waking up) Oh, geesh.  Another day.  School.  Homework. Teachers.  Plagues and diseases. (looking around) I hate school.  I hate morning.  What was I gonna wear today? (picks something up) Whoa!  They’d never allow this little number in homeroom. (shrugs) Aw, who cares. (begins to dress)

CONNIE: (turning from US and appearing over April’s tight shoulder) Better not.

APRIL: (pause, then) Excuse me?

CONNIE: Better not, It’s pretty short.

APRIL: (still not turning to Connie) Uh ... I hate to be ... you know ... nosy, but who in the heck are you and what are you doing in my bedroom?

CONNIE: I’m Connie.  I’m your conscience.

(The conscience has a tough job.)

APRIL: Tammy Dillard blabs all my secrets around school!

CONNIE: So stop telling her!

APRIL: But she’s my best friend! (Connie sighs) Look ... are you like ... going to stay with me all day?

CONNIE: Until we can straighten you out.

APRIL: (not thrilled) Oh, Joy. (crosses stage) I think I’ll go back to bed.

CONNIE: (stopping her) No way.

APRIL: Why not?

CONNIE: Because your conscience is telling you not to.

(Maybe April will catch on.)

CONNIE: Are you really that dumb?  If the sky falls, you’re the one in charge of how much it will upset your life

APRIL: (looking up, not getting it) Is the sky falling?

CONNIE: (to herself, exasperated) You dumb bunny!

APRIL: Hey!

CONNIE: You’re the one who decides how you feel!  You’re the one who makes yourself miserable when you treat other people badly.  Is this sinking in at all?

APRIL: Uh ...

CONNIE: I can’t believe this.  I had the choice of you or the Pope, but no, I wanted a challenge!  Look.  You get what you give.  Get it?

APRIL: You really picked me over the Pope?

CONNIE: April!

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