Running Late

Sorry for not getting a post out yesterday! I’m hoping to get back on track with this. It’s a little different from what I’ve been posting. This is a one page (double spaced) play I wrote for the same tiny text class. I loved this assignment because it forced us to make every description, every…

The Surprise

Today, I’m going to do everything in my power to write you guys something. I’ve been wanting to write a short, one-act play for a while, and I’m in a better writing mood today, so I have no choice but to take advantage of it. It won’t be about any of the World Cup free…

Late Night Diner Runs

I found my playwriting final the other day so I decided to post it. FYI: it’s twelve pages double-spaced, but it’s a quick and (hopefully) enjoyable read.   Late Night Diner Runs MARK: 25 years old, best friends with Jerry. JERRY: 25 years old, best friends with Mark. WAITRESS: 40 years old. Setting: MARK and…

Mondays (Quick One-Act Play)

Mondays SCENE 1 SETTING: MICHAEL’s house. MICHAEL’s alarm clock goes off at 5:30 am.  Light shines into MICHAEL’s eyes causing discomfort. Rushes to get dressed and forgets tie. MICHAEL goes to the kitchen to get a glass of milk.  Pours milk into glass, but glass falls over as he pours. Shit! Milk is all over…

Cigarettes

MATT: 25 years old GINA: 24 years old  Cigarettes SETTING: Stuck in bumper to bumper traffic on the LIE.  MATT is behind the wheel. GINA is in the passenger seat. A man smoking cigarettes in the car in front of them repeatedly drops smoked cigarettes out of his window. GINA Wow, this traffic is awful…