Group - Comedy, by Ken Bradbury, 2015

This sketch features two boys and a girl and a mission … getting a date. Find out what works and what doesn't. You may be surprised!

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7 - 10 minutes

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  • 1 Female, 2 Males

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An excerpt …

Characters (2m, 1f): John, Brock, Reba

JOHN: Please! I’m begging you! You’re the most beautiful girl in the whole world and my life means nothing without you!

BROCK: Oh, you’re just saying that.

JOHN: No! No! I mean it! I’ve dated hundreds of girls but none of them could compare to you! Really!

BROCK: But how can I know you mean it?

JOHN: Look at my eyes! Look at the honesty in my eyes! I promise! I’d never lie about a thing like this. Please! Please go out with me!

REBA: (who’s been watching off to the side) Hold it, hold it. That’s terrible.

JOHN: Too much?

REBA: Too everything. Look, you can’t get a date with Jessica by shouting at her.

JOHN: I was shouting?

REBA: Screaming.

JOHN: I think it’s you, Brock. I just can’t get it right … you know … talking to you.

BROCK: Did I ask for this job? Did I? No. You’re the one who wants to take Jess to the dance, not me. I just wanna get out of here and go home. We eat supper at six.

JOHN: No … please stay. I need you, Brock.

BROCK: That’s embarrassing.

JOHN: I mean to take Jess’s place.

BROCK: (indicating Reba) Why can’t she do it?

JOHN: She can’t. She’s my coach. I need somebody to talk to and you’re my best buddy. Come on. You make a great girl.

BROCK: I’m leaving.

JOHN: (stopping him) I mean you’re a great actor. (to Reba) So what do I try next?

REBA: I don’t know. Maybe something more romantic … softer. Girls are gentle. They like soft talk.


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