• MALE
    COMEDIC

    20-40
    YEARS OLD
    (Smack is slouched in a chair, dead. Pause. Smack opens his eyes and looks out front.) Anyone got a smoke? I'm dying for a...How come, tell me this, how come I still crave for a smoke when I'm dead? (Pause) Oh, by the way, my name’s Smack. Not my real name, and nothing to do with drugs, OK? (Pause) I can't move my body. Can hardly move my eyes. It's a funny old thing life. One minute you're here laughing and crying and having a breathing old time and the next, Smack! Lights out. (Pause) God, I need a smoke! Is this it then? Sitting here forever without being able to move and still craving a smoke or a...God forbid...a quick leg over. Have I got a stiffy? Can't feel it. Then again I couldn't, could I? (Pause).......
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  • MALE
    COMEDIC

    20-40
    YEARS OLD
    Grimble sits staring at a shirt, jacket, tie and trousers on a chair. Under the chair are two shoes with a sock in each shoe. He is wearing a T-shirt and underpants. Lorraine. How you drain, Lorraine. (Pause) Shirt. (Stands, goes to chair, and picks up the shirt. He returns to his previous place. Putting shirt on) One arm through here. The other through here. So far so good. (Pause) Buttons. Top button. (Does up top button) Second button. (Does up second button) Third. (Does up third button) Fourth. (Does up fourth button) Okay. Good. (Stares at trousers) Trousers. (Goes to chair and picks up the trousers. He returns to his previous place) One leg through here. (Puts leg into trousers) One in here. (Puts other leg into trousers and almo.......
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  • MALE/
    FEMALE
    COMEDIC

    20-40
    YEARS OLD
    (Lee in a chair with a notebook and pen having just deliberately run into someone) Oh, sorry, didn’t mean to run into you with my wheelchair! I’m sorry. Sorry. Having a bad leg day. I apologize. Fell out of the wrong side of the bed. Right on top of my colostomy bag. Shit went everywhere. All up the walls and over the duvet. I think the bag’s blocked. Could you have a look for me? Maybe you could unblock it!? No? Then so long, good riddance, may you live in exciting times! (Watching person go and then writes in notebook): Male. Tall. Blonde hair. Thirty-ish. Eight Points. (Looking up) Next! (Turns to audience) Oh, sorry, haven’t introduced myself. I’m Lee. Cripple Lee. As you can see, I’m vertically challenged. (Looking from side to side) Here come.......
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  • MALE
    DRAMATIC

    16-20
    YEARS OLD
    PETER: I remember Mom sitting alone in the dark. “Your Dad’s gone,“ she said. “He won’t be coming back.“ (Pause) Didn’t even say goodbye. (Pause) Then I stole some sweets from Walmart and a few other shops, smashed in a couple of windows. Mom couldn’t cope. She sent me to this… home. (Pause) And at Christmas I was given this little kitten. Sandy. Only I didn’t ask for a kitten. I didn’t want anything alive. Only it was OK after a bit. Sandy relied on me, you see. Needed me to play wit.......
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  • FEMALE
    DRAMATIC

    20-40
    YEARS OLD
    DEE: I love the beginning of a new day. I try to pretend it's the beginning of everything. This is the very first day, I tell myself. The first and last day of my life. Like one of those insects. The Mayfly is it? I read about it in a book. They are born, live and die in twenty-four hours. Perhaps time moves differently for them, do you think? Perhaps they live eighty years in those twenty-four hours. Today is a new day and I have to live it to the full. Do all the things I ever wanted to.......
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  • FEMALE
    DRAMATIC

    20-40
    YEARS OLD
    I said, “Why don’t we all sit down together and have a coffee and talk everything over?” They laughed at me. The man with the gun got angry. “Why do you teach their children?!” he screamed at me. “You are one of us. Why do you teach these scum’s children?! They are lice! They are shit on the face of the earth!” “What do you want of me?” I asked him. “What of you!” he was still screaming. “We want you to watch. Watch the miracle. We are in charge now. We are taking over.” Jovan looked across at me. He looked sympathetic. It was Pak who too.......
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  • FEMALE
    DRAMATIC

    20-40
    YEARS OLD
    Polly. Pretty Polly. Am I pretty? Tell me. Am I still pretty? Do I turn you on? (Flashes a leg) I'm needy, not always so needy, but I'm needy now. (Pause) Little things that I accepted without question now they question and I try to answer. (Pause) In the westerns they come at the end of the film. Charge! The bugle blows and the cavalry come charging over the hill with guns blazing and the others run away or get mown down in a hail of bullets but the trick is to keep talking because I watched to see what the victims would do and they closed their mouths, begged, cried or screamed out defiance but they stopped brea.......
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  • MALE
    COMEDIC/
    DRAMATIC
    20-40
    YEARS OLD
    (Billy, a hitman, drops a bullet in his rented room and tries not to panic or become paranoid as he tries to find it.) BILLY: Shit! Dropped one. Just a sec,’ I need to find the little bastard. (Stands) I think it rolled off the bed. Can’t see it. If I switch on the light it might make one of the guests suspicious. They might knock on the door. Even come in. There’s a new guest. She’s short with black hair and lots of mascara and lipstick… I think she's French. I hope she won't be staying long. Damn it! It's not under the bed. Where is it? I keep all the bullets locked in a suitcase with a small padlock. It's not.......
    Price $3.99