Comedy, by Ken Bradbury, 2009
Strangers are on their way to an audition when the elevator gets stuck. Ralph the Wonder Dog is one of them.The number and gender of characters can be changed to accommodate available participants. Price is for a master script. Make as many copies as is required for your ensemble.
Duration8 - 10 minutes
- 3 Females, 2 Males
- 1 Female, 4 Males
- 4 Females, 1 Male
- 5 Males
- 2 Females, 3 Males
- 5 Females
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An excerpt …
(they are all going to an audition for a commercial)
GROVER: (as the doors open) Going up!
WHISTLER: (entering with Ralph on his leash) Come Ralph. Come on, sweetheart.
TOLLIVER: A dog. You have a dog in this elevator.
WHISTLER: I know he’s a dog. What’s that with you?
TOLLIVER: This is Landis. He’s my child.
WHISTLER: Does he fetch?
TOLLIVER: Fetch? You’re taking him to the auditions for the commercial, right? Landis is going to get the leading part in the commercial!
LANDIS: I’m hungry.
(it was inevitable)
GROVER: Ahh. We’ve stopped.
TOLLIVER: What do you mean we’ve stopped?
GROVER: I think that pretty much covered it. The elevator’s stuck between floors.
LANDIS: Are we going to die, Mommy?
TOLLIVER: Not when you’ve got an audition! (to Grover) Please fix it. Landis hyperventilates easily.
LANDIS: I’m hyperventilating.
WHISTLER: Oh, I wish this were a movie! Ralph always saves the day in his movies.
LANDIS: I can’t breathe.
(the child, Landis, loses his tempter with the adults, then …)
WHISTLER: He’s the director of the commercial. He said that your anger is just what he’s looking for! He thinks you’re great, Loomis!
TOLLIVER: You got the part! Landis, you got the part! (they hug)
WHISTLER: Well, I suppose that’s good enough for you. (to the director) Now, where are you auditioning the dogs? What? You’re done? You can’t be! You gave it to a poodle! You gave the part to a stupid, air-headed, blow-dried poodle!
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