One Act Plays
Gravestone Lickin' GoodDeath has a problem. Her name is Pamella Pilsborough. This southern cook is costing Death tons of paperwork and he’s grown tired of dealing with this thorn in his side. Southern food is bad for you, ...
|Author: STARNES, Timothy||Cast (at least 6): 1M, 5F, 2 Any||One-Act. |
If God Ate Fried ChickenIf God Ate Fried Chicken is the story of Father Seacrest and Sister Blanche, secretly out on a date together to a chicken joint. Little do they know that fate has other plans for them, as uninvited ou ...
|Author: STARNES, Timothy||Cast (at least 8): 1M,1F, 6-8 Any||One-Act. |
In the DrinkA melodramatic comedy about the founder of a new brand of cherry cola and his not-so-charming wife, who are living the life of the rich and famous - this, despite the fact that their new cherry cola h ...
|Author: STARNES, Timothy||Cast (at least 2): 1M, 1F||One-Act. |
Sassafras CannonSassafras Cannon is a civil-war black comedy play highlighting and satirizing the follies of human nature, at its base. Featuring a set of characters ranging from the offbeat Bloodworth family, holdin ...
|Author: STARNES, Timothy||Cast (at least 10): Lucian Bloodworth (20's and up), Constance Bloodworth (20's and up), Anson Bloodoworth (10-18), Orpheus (20's and up), Hughe Verdigris (20's and up), Jefferson Davis (20's and up), Methe (20's and up), Housestaff/Investors (20's and up)||Full-Length. |
The Color of CoalsmokeCoalsmoke is fuming, and not in a pun on it's namesake. Mayor Metrohouse is in hot water, and it isn't from the heat. Coalsmoke is on the edge of revolution, and it is being felt in the mayor's office ...
|Author: STARNES, Timothy||Cast (at least 11): 3M, 3F,5-30 Any||One-Act. |
Tune InWhen Danton Stanton ‘accidentally’ kills oil tycoon Mr. Paramount, he alters his will and inherits Mr Paramount’s long neglected TV station, also ‘by accident.’
Danton decides to make the best of thi ...
|Author: STARNES, Timothy||Cast (at least 11): 5M, 1F - Up to 25 possible doubling roles of either gender||Full-Length. |