My Name Is TaylorScene opens with two main characters, a boy and a girl, standing on the stage. They dont seem to notice each other, and are speaking directly to the audience. Girl is holding a coffee cup, looking like shes on her way to work/school, Boy is slightly agitated. Theres a stool/chair center stage.My Name Is Taylor5 years ago in One-Act Contest More Like This
Girl/Boy: My name is Taylor.
(pause) I hate it.
Boy: Yeah, yeah, I know what youre thinking.
Girl: Whats wrong with the name Taylor?
Boy: Well its just
Girl: The thing is
Boy: Its a girls name. (simultaneously)
Girl: Its a boys name. (simultaneously)
Girl: I me
Acts pt iBefore the play begins:Acts pt i5 years ago in One-Act Contest More Like This
AUTHOR: Welcome one and all. I extend my warmest welcome to Theophilus, who so enjoyed my previous plays. And so, to the play!
Jerusalem, town setting. The 11 apostles (PETER, JAMES ANDREW, PHILLIP, BARTHOLOMEW, MATTHEW, THOMAS, SECOND JAMES, THADDEUS and SIMON) are walking through a square.
THADDEUS: Im telling you, we should have Chinese. Its too warm for curry.
BARTHOLOMEW: I agree, curry would just sit too heavily in the stomach.
THOMAS: (incredulously) Too heavily in the stomach?! Its curry, its MEANT to be heavy!
MATTHEW: (Yorkshire Accent) aye, no-ones disputing that, what
A Poor Excuse to Necromancy (Scene division is rather optional. Dismiss it if you wish.)A Poor Excuse to Necromancy5 years ago in One-Act Contest More Like This
Dark, dimly lit room, stuffed with some forgotten furniture. For some reasons it reminds of a chapel and a barn simultaneously. Its actual status is irrelevant.
Someone Enters. He can be hardly seen in the weak light.
Boo. Anybody here?...
(Louder) Anybody here who wants to kill meh bloody vampaiar?...
Silence. Fine. Hope this means Im alone. At last.
Whats the goddamn habit to look for death? Am I a curiosity of some kind? Or, maybe, its kinda some stupid heroic deed to rush at me with swords and spears? Oh, actually that guy
RoommatesPlayersRoommates5 years ago in One-Act Contest More Like This
Kelly Andrew Dixon - Freshman at Borden State University. Prefers of be called by his second name: Andrew or Andy. Average kid of athletic build.
Stephanie DeGenaro - Freshman at Borden State University. Her style is derived from Hot Topic apparel. She has green highlights in her hair and numerous earrings.
Mom and Dad - Andy's parents.
Pat McCormick - Freshman at Borden State University. Andy's best friend. Loves video games.
Maria DeGenaro - Steph's sister
Dean Ira Campbell - Dead of Freshmen at Borden State University.
ANDY, MOM, and DAD walk through a door into a DORM ROOM that is completely empty save
Aunt Maggie's ConvictionAUNT MAGGIE'S CONVICTIONAunt Maggie's Conviction5 years ago in One-Act Contest More Like This
CAST OF CHARACTERS
(In order of their appearance)
Maggie Spell, a tired Southern woman in her seventies.
The Male Nurse, a physically strong, young man in his early thirties.
Cory Weinberg, the old woman's nephew, a young man around the age of twenty with tattoos on his forearms.
All action takes place in the nursing home bedroom.
SCENE: Afternoon in the nursing home suite. The inward-opening door, complete with frame, is stage right, and the audience should be able to see that the room number is 77. Walls or backdrops are not necessary. A twin bed with wh
Who am I now? - editedCharactersWho am I now? - edited5 years ago in One-Act Contest More Like This
Rebecca: A 14-year-old girl looking for her identity at the moment. Her clothes, hairstyle and mannerisms change drastically throughout the play: she's the proper daughter, then the apathetic emo kid, and finally the preppy middle-school girl.
Rebecca's parents: Every bit the 'proper' parents. Rebecca's father wears a suit and carry a suitcase, as though he's just come back from work, while her mother wears simple clothes and an apron. Both are in their late 30s.
Trisha: 15 years old, Rebecca's preppy best friend. Cheerful and easygoing type. Her outfit in the play consists of tight jeans, a pink T-shirt and high-heeled sandals.
StationsSTATIONSStations7 years ago in One-Act Contest More Like This
Nun describes the Stations of the Cross to the audience. She explains that Mel Gibson's film is actually more of a description of the Catholic Stations of the Cross than just a straight biblical portrayal of the Passion. (Somewhere in the scene she needs to call a precocious child who is a plant in the audience up to stand beside her for talking. After finishing she will drag him off the stage by his ear while admonishing him for interrupting and telling him he needs to go to confession.)
[Above the stage is a projection of subtitles of the plays themes and during foreign language sequences the dialog.]