Will Darrell Dogood, a lazy boy from Plumas, step
in to save Prudence, the only woman he has ever loved? More
importantly, if Darrell does do something, will he do something good?
To everyone's surprise, Darrell does what is right, prompting Neville to do the same.
Jezebel's control over Neville and Darrell slips, she is forced to use
ever more extreme measures in her efforts to take over the Wilson
brickyard. After a thrilling chase, Jezebel is finally defeated and we
discover the truth about the Great Gladstone Oil Strike!
our original audience especially enjoyed the local references and the
rivalries referenced as happening between Plumas, Neepawa and Gladstone.
However, the locations mentioned in this script can easily be
customized to suit your own location...becoming, The Great YourTown Oil
Running time: 50 min.
Roles: 3 M, 4 F, 2 Either
Music Content: Song suggestions.
Royalties: The right to royalty free amateur performances granted upon purchase of sufficient print books for production.
This book includes two theatrical scripts.
The Hardest Lesson
Genre: Intense drama with some comedic touches.
Performance time: About 10 minutes.
Number of Actors required: 2, either gender.
Themes: Education, School Life, Bullying, Disabilities, Suicide, Community.
A student about to end his life encounters a teacher about to end his
career. Their relationship quickly builds to an explosive climax of
choices...Yet, in the end, they find that they have both learned a
valuable lesson. Although, if they were honest with themselves, they
would both have to admit that it was the hardest lesson that they have
Genre: Drama with comedic touches.
Performance time: About 20 minutes.
Number of actors required: 1, either gender.
Themes: Education, School Life, ADD, Coming of Age.
journey through four seasons of school life...In the beginning, we see
our main character creating chaos in Elementary School, as time passes,
we hear about their deeply personal struggles during High School. At the
end of High School, our hero delivers a moving speech on Graduation Day
showing just how much they have grown up. Finally, at the end of the
play, we see our narrator as an old man or woman, reflecting on what
they have learned from their career in education.