30 minutes play
Very funny comedy / parody of 'the Scottish play'.
Shakespeare's original play has been humorously adapted for kids 11-13 years old (Year 7 - Year 8).
Also the play is suitable for older students.
LADY MACBETH (F)
KING DUNCAN (M)
Roles: 9 (with doubling 5)
Set: Scotland, 11th Century
Macbeth is persuaded to murder the old King Duncan by sabotaging his Zimmer Frame... However, the witch's prophesies don't turn out quite as Macbeth expected.
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Author: Robert Reed
Run time: 50-60 minutes
Cast: 28 - 36
Age: 13-16 years
US High schools 8th Grade - 10th Grade
UK Secondary schools KS3 KS4
Year 9 - Year 11
Romeo and Julie is a modern English play script with some quotes from Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. This great comedy play is suitable for high school shows and youth theatre productions.
Romeo and Julie play script read more about, read script samples.
Author: Robert Reed
Cast: 14 (min 3 females, min 6 males)
Duration: 25 minutes
Age group: 11-13 (US Jr High 6th Graders, 7th Graders;
UK Secondary Year 7, Year 8)
Genre: comedy / parody
Short comedy Hamlet script for youth
Shakespeare's original Hamlet is the greatest tragedy play of all time.
The play "Hamlet and Ted's Woe" is a parody of Shakespeare's Hamlet which aims to incorporate comedy, suspense and action all into an exhilarating play. Some original Shakespearian language is used, but in a manner that is accessible to all.
Learn more about Hamlet and Ted's Woe read funny samples online or purchase in other currencies at HAMLET.
Funny high school skit -
5 minute script comedy
BLIND DATE £4.00.
"... cunningly entitled ‘Romeo and Julie’ and wasdefinitely an improvement on the original. ... The show was fantastic entertainment and a great success." Read full review.
Pattay Mail, December 2010
Included: Performance rights (3 performances),
rights to copy for cast, rights for one video/audio of the performance, suggestions for staging, props & costumes, music ideas. More information.
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