Below are details of five randomly chosen play scripts currently available through our sister site ScriptCircle (Full Catalogue of nearly 500 plays
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A collection of four one-character plays (or ‘talking heads’) designed for performance either separately or collectively. The plays have been developed for actors who include ages 60 to 90 in their performing range. Each play lasts approx 25 mins
One morning in the cafeteria of an Edinburgh department store,
Maggy, a widow, finds herself befriending a handsome stranger
who is young enough to be her son …
As he un ... read more
Author: HOPKINS, Ned
Cast (at least 4): Maggy - 60 plus
Ted - 89
Elsie - 80
Franklyn - late 40s/50s - One-Act.
This award winning one act play is a prequel to Shakespeare’s Macbeth. The story of how Macbeth becomes Thane of Glamis and how he meets Lorna Stewart who becomes his wife – Lady Macbeth. The play is written in blank verse – the style fashionable with playwrights of Shakespeare’s era.
Macbeth’s first wife has just died. Battle weary and devastated by his loss he decides to give up being a soldier. Duncan doesn’t want to lose Macbeth. He offers him the title of Thane of Glamis if he will agree ... read more
Author: OFF THE WALL PLAYS,
Cast (at least 8): 8 4M 4F - One-Act.
The musical "I Can't Live Without You" it is a love story with a happy ending (something similar as the musical Mamma Mia).
It is a love story about a very shy girl Jane Woodman and Tom Storey. Jane is working as the receptionist in an American financial company and there Jane met and falls in love with Tom Storey a stock broker who is working in the same company.
Then Tom were involved in a loveless affair with an office girl Emily Hunt, and after their affair has ended Tom is going back to ... read more
Author: BALIC, RIZO
Cast (at least 5): 4F, 2M - Full-Length.
It is the year 1789. In order to ease the overcrowding in Britain's prisons the government has begun sending male prisoners to Botany Bay in Australia. They then realise that to "prevent irregularities" and keep the male prisoners happy there is one important thing missing - females. We see our heroine, Sarah WHITLAM, a naive young country girl, who has been wrongly convicted of theft of a fire back from her landlady, being thrust on board a female convict ship alongside prostitutes and thiev ... read more
Author: BREEZE, TONY
Cast (at least 12): 10 females & 2 female juveniles - Full-Length.