PUBLISHED ONE ACT PLAYS




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A ONE ACT PLAY

(Categories: find under plays-oneact-comedy-N-Z)
2m 2f
                 
        Running time approx 20 mins
Time: present day
Single set.

Lionel and Rosemary are a long-married island couple have their portrait of Queen Victoria stolen one night by another islander. The picture has graced a wall in their home for many years and it's loss starts Rosemary bickering about Lionel's 'hallucinations' (he talks to Queen Victoria). When the thief reveals himself, they take the opportunity to consider whether to re-hang or replace the picture (ie a relationship metaphor for 'stay as we are' or 'start anew'.


 
          Cinderella wants out. She yearns for a new life
                     without predictable endings 
                                   CINDERELLA'S TIME OUT  

A ONE ACT PLAY

PUBLISHED BY SPOTLIGHT PUBLICATIONS

Spotlight Publications - Pantomime Scripts - Scripts for Plays

                 (Find on the S.P. site: One Act Plays under letter C)

 A delightful new take on the classic fairy-tale. 
4f 5m (plus sheep - any number!)
Running time approx: 30 mins.

 Performed as an adapted play for radio with Shoestring Radio Theatre, San Fransisco.







It'S NOT THE SAME WITHOUT NORMAN  

A ONE ACT COMEDY FOR CHRISTMAS 

Published by Spotlight Publications:

                          Spotlight Publications - Pantomime Scripts - Scripts for Plays

(Find on the S.P. site: One Act Plays and then under the letter i)

2f 2m)

Single set

Christmas season, present day.

Length; approximately 20 minutes

It's Not The Same Without Norman


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What do Joseph, an upmarket stable and the Christmas Star have in common with a housewife, an errant husband and a friend who can't cook meringues? See what happens when Bethlehem comes to suburbia.


Set in present day England, this is an ideal one act comedy for Christmas.





A TRIFLE UNWELL
'A LIGHT DRAMA WITH ADDED JELLY & CUSTARD.'

(Find this play by going on publisher's site & searching via author - 
Jane Lockyer Willis)

Performed with The Pump House Theatre Company, Watford
Roles
Minimum Male roles = 1. Minimum Female roles = 3.
Run Time
Around 25 minutes. [Estimated!]
Time: present day.

One-act light- hearted play. Single set. Plenty of scope for characterisation.
Synopsis
Jo's hiding from the rest of the party out on the stairs, but she's disturbed by Flora, who's escaping with the trifle. The pair meet Phil, who shouldn't really be there and then the hostess comes along to ask some searching questions.