Be calm cause she’s sensitive

A comedic scene wherein a brother comes to the aid of another and gets introduced to an eccentric artist from “Tina, Hank, Hank, Tina.’

MARV: Here comes Tina.

HANK: WHO?

MARV: Shh. Tina, I want you to meet Tina.

HANK: …Tina?

MARV: Yeah, yeah. Be calm cause she’s sensitive. The slightest negative mood sets her off on a whirlwind of sadness and gloom. Takes days to snap her out of it. (to Tina) Tina, baby, how are you?

TINA: Hi, Marv. This your brother?

MARV: You betcha. Tina, Hank, Hank, Tina.

HANK: Hi.

TINA: Hi, Hank.

HANK: Hi.

MARV: Tina’s an artist.

HANK: Oh, is she?

MARV: Oh, yeah. She a great one, too.

TINA: Oh, Marv, stop.

MARV: I wouldn’t say it if it wasn’t true. Her work is going to be in the museum some day.

HANK: (sarcastically) Which museum is that?

MARV: Well, all of ’em.

TINA: (laughs)

HANK: Great.

MARV: Thought you two should meet. I have to go. Got a meeting with Ellis and can’t be late.

HANK: Ellis?

MARV: Won’t be more than an hour.

HANK: Didn’t you need me to be with you for Ellis?

MARV: Nope. Need you to entertain Tina while I’m gone.

HANK: But on the phone, didn’t you specifically say that my reason for coming over here was because you –

MARV: Now, now, Hank, plans change. Go for a stroll with Tina, get to know one another. Ellis and me will do just fine. If Tina likes you, she’ll paint you. Ain’t that right, Tina?

TINA: Anything’s possible.

MARV: Be back in no time!

Marv jumps on the horse and rides off.

Hank awkwardly smiles at Tina.

To read the full one-act ePlay, find purchase link below:

Tina Hank Hank Tina by Joseph ArnoneIn the one act eplay comedy Tina, Hank, Hank, Tina Marv has his brother Hank for an emergency visit in order to help him raise money at a dangerous meeting but everything originally planned out turns completely upside down.  1 Woman, 2 Men and a Horse.

Purchase ePlay

Monologues from Plays

Monologues From Plays

 

Monologue Blogger offers a wide range of monologues from plays. We invite you to our Monologues from Plays Section.

Monologues from Plays

Joseph Arnone

CREATE