Rainbows vs. Bunnies: Annihilation

Recommended for High Schools and Middle Schools

Rainbows vs. Bunnies: Annihilation

by Bradley Walton

A talking bunny. A talking rainbow. Plus annihilation.

 About 25 minutes

Times given are approximate and do not include intermissions/scene changes/breaks

16 Any Gender, 8 actors possible with doubling

Simple set

 23 pages


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Aaron is failing History, and his parents are angry.

Worried and anxious, he goes to the park, where he meets a bunny…a talking bunny. Then a rainbow appears. It talks, too. Both the rainbow and the bunny are determined to make Aaron happy—and to best one another in doing so—even though they both seriously freak Aaron out.

Eventually, Aaron learns the truth…that for centuries, rainbows and bunnies have been locked in a bitter rivalry to make people happy, and now he has been drawn into their struggle. But today, a new revelation will lead to the beginning of the end. This is the day of Rainbows vs. Bunnies: Annihilation!

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