Comedy, by Ken Bradbury, 2010

A girl makes two dates for the same night — at the same restaurant.

Price includes 2 scripts.


8 - 10 minutes

    Cast Options

  • 2 Females

Product Id: #302

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An excerpt …

(The plan is underway.

FAWN: You want a table?

KAY: Yes.

FAWN: Okay, if you’ll just come this …

KAY: Two.

FAWN: What?

KAY: Two. I need two tables.

FAWN: Oh. You’re expecting company. Look, I can move two table together and …

KAY: No!

FAWN: What?

KAY: No. Definitely not at the same table. I need two tables … two tables that can’t see each other.

(Both dates show up at the same time.)

FAWN: Hello, (not sure what to say to him) … Biff.

KAY: No, no … I don’t work here. I just come in sometimes to … you know … move palm trees.

FAWN: Oh, good grief.

KAY: (indicating the table at the left) Why look! Here’s our table! Come on, honey, just have a seat. You know I’ve dreamed of this night forever. (Kay and Biff sit) Have I ordered? No, I’ve been moving trees … uh … doing my hair.

FAWN: (looking right) You got company.

KAY: (aside to Fawn as she rises) Keep your voice down! (to Biff) Biff, honey ... could you excuse me just a moment? Oh, you know … one of those girl things.

FAWN: (to Rick) I don’t know who you’re waiting for, but she’ll be right with you.

(The situation gets very complicated.)

FAWN: Oh brother.

KAY: (at Biff’s side) Done already? What a lovely evening, Rick ... uh … Bob. What was your name? What? Of course I know your name! I was just joking.

FAWN: (appearing at Kay’s side) Yeah. She was just joking.

KAY: (to Fawn) We need our check.

FAWN: You need more than that. (leaves)

KAY: Bob ... uh ... Biff. I can’t thank you enough for such a lovely evening. I don’t know when I’ve been so excited.


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