15 Play Scripts to Get Your Heart Pumping serves up 15 drama scenes from short plays for actors to work on for drama class practice.
15 Play Scripts to Get Your Heart Pumping
“Aren’t we all running from something, Mrs. Maureen?” from The Attic (2 women, 1 man)
Onya is looking to work in exchange for room and board and Maureen offers her the opportunity with some ground rules.
“Have you seen my garden?” from Mailbox Marvin (1 woman, 1 man)
Marvin shares some more personal insight with his doctor before the two of them come to terms with ending their mutual contract.
“How do you get used to all the blood?” from Hush (2 women)
Luciana makes a secretive and dangerous proposition to a plastic surgeon who wants no part of her offer.
“What’s wrong with a bit of fun?” from I’m Sorry You’re So Beautiful (1 woman, 1 man)
Jake and Amanda are two actors cast in a Broadway show together and they have been seeing one another, however, Amanda is realizing that their wild romance must come to an end.
Didn’t you say you were inviting me out?” from Charade (2 men)
Tensions certainly flare up when Phil and Reginald argue over who’s going to pay their dinner check.
“I’m with you soldier.” from Facing the Sun (3 men)
A small group of soldier are trapped on a mountaintop by the enemy while a snowstorm is fast approaching.
“Why can’t the act of writing be solely for me?” from The Typed Manuscript (2 women)
Edwina is a famous yet reclusive writer who receives visitation from a young aspiring writer in order to be rid of her once and for all.
“I told you to leave.” from Even the Color Blue (1 woman, 2 men)
Johan visits his mother and father in order to come out for the first time to them but along the way he learns of his father’s illness.
“Don’t call me nuts, you know I hate that.” from Hurts When It Rains (2 men)
Salve has to enforce on his brother that he can’t marry the woman he loves because it’s bad for family business.
“You don’t seem to ever get passed the thought.” from The Arrangement (2 men)
Hardwicke wants Carpenter to finally put an end to his misery and fulfill his contract but Carpenter enjoys living on the premises and doesn’t wish to change things.
“Are you really so hurt.” from Let the World See Us (1 woman, 1 man)
Simon is having major decision making thoughts on removing members from his company board.
“I don’t wish to be like everyone else.” from Otto and Sandra (1 woman, 1 man)
Sandra tries to come to terms with why Otto doesn’t wish to marry her.
“I fell here, like an angel.” from The Goldfish (1 woman, 1 man)
Kimmie misinterprets Cameron’s intentions when he tries to make it clear to her that he is going to marry someone else.
“I don’t wish to hurt him in that way.” from Yell, Kick and Scream (2 men)
Two friends and business partners try to figure out whether they should hire a stranger or someone they know for an upcoming job.
“Won’t you just look at that sky.” from Nothin’ but Good Things (1 woman, 1 man)
Betty Sue comes back home after not having the great big music career she always dreamed of and she meets with her ex-boyfriend Dunston who is now married with his own family.