Duet - Comedy, by Ken Bradbury, 2014

As a way to meet girls, two boys decide at the last minute to participate in speech contest. How do they decide on a script? They try them all! Opportunity for two characters to play a variety of personalities.

Price includes 2 scripts.


7 - 10 minutes

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  • 2 Males

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An excerpt …

Skip and Dan rush in.

SKIP: Come on! We’ve only got ten minutes!

DAN: We can’t do this!

SKIP: Of course we can! Speech contest is only a week away. We’ve got plenty of time to get ready.

DAN: A week!

SKIP: Plenty of time!

DAN: But I didn’t even sign up for contest!

SKIP: I know. I signed you up. Have you seen all the girls who come to contest, Dan? It’s like Miss America! And once we get up there and start performing, man, they’re gonna fall at our feet.

DAN: Laughing?

SKIP: Get serious. Look, we’ve got all these scripts. Come on, let’s find one.

DAN: (sifting through the imaginary scripts with Skip) These are long! I gotta memorize all this?

SKIP: The trick is to keep going, no matter what happens. It’s easy to fool a speech judge. (picking up an imaginary script) Here! Perfect!

DAN: What is it?

SKIP: Can you do British?

DAN: I don’t even like soccer.

SKIP: Great. (hands him the script as he holds the other copy) Here. Let’s try it. (in a very exaggerated British accent) And your name, sir?

DAN: (also affecting the accent) Bond. James Bond. Special Agent to her Majesty’s Secret Service!


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