Dinner With the MacGuffins - VIRTUAL CLASSROOM SCRIPTS

Dinner With the MacGuffins - VIRTUAL CLASSROOM SCRIPTS
by Chris Sheppard, Jeff Grove

Productions (0)
  • Comedy
  • |
  • 20 - 25 minutes
  • 2 f, 3 m, 3 either (7-8 actors possible: 2-5 f, 3-6 m)
  • Set: Living room set -- either minimal or elaborate.

Dinner With the MacGuffins - VIRTUAL CLASSROOM SCRIPTS
by Chris Sheppard, Jeff Grove

(0)
Productions (0)
  • Comedy
  • |
  • 20 - 25 minutes
  • 2 f, 3 m, 3 either (7-8 actors possible: 2-5 f, 3-6 m)
  • Set: Living room set -- either minimal or elaborate.

VIRTUAL CLASSROOM SCRIPTS allow teachers to quickly and easily get scripts in the hands of students. Immediately after purchase, a standard PDF script is emailed to the purchaser, which can then be distributed to students. In a matter of minutes, you and your students will have scripts at your disposal.

At first glance, this is a typical family comedy: teenage James and girlfriend Karen try to make out one afternoon, only to face repeated interruptions by other members of James' family. But the ultimate interruption comes when a cell phone goes off in the audience, breaking the "fourth wall" so that James can see the spectators. As James tries to convince his increasingly worried family that a wall is missing from their house, and that people are watching them, the play takes more left turns than Bugs Bunny should have taken at Albuquerque -- until it reaches a happy (if twisted) ending.

Pricing Information

Standard Edition $175

Play Details

VIRTUAL CLASSROOM SCRIPTS allow teachers to quickly and easily get scripts in the hands of students. Immediately after purchase, a standard PDF script is emailed to the purchaser, which can then be distributed to students. In a matter of minutes, you and your students will have scripts at your disposal.

At first glance, this is a typical family comedy: teenage James and girlfriend Karen try to make out one afternoon, only to face repeated interruptions by other members of James' family. But the ultimate interruption comes when a cell phone goes off in the audience, breaking the "fourth wall" so that James can see the spectators. As James tries to convince his increasingly worried family that a wall is missing from their house, and that people are watching them, the play takes more left turns than Bugs Bunny should have taken at Albuquerque -- until it reaches a happy (if twisted) ending.

  • Comedy
  • |
  • 20 - 25 minutes
  • 2 f, 3 m, 3 either (7-8 actors possible: 2-5 f, 3-6 m)
  • Set: Living room set -- either minimal or elaborate.