Slash, Slash!!! by Steven Stack - Theatrefolk

Horror Movie 102: Failing Just Got Deadlier
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Slash, Slash!!!

by Steven Stack

Pippa is destined to be a horror movie-style serial killer, but she could really use some help developing her skillset.

 About 10 minutes

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


 6
2 M | 4 W


Simple set

Pippa is destined to be a horror movie-style serial killer, but she could really use some help developing her skillset.

This play is part of Horror Movie 102: Failing Just Got Deadlier, a collection of 5 plays

Characters

 6
2 Men, 4 Women

Characters in this play are currently identified as male or female. Directors are welcome to assign any gender (binary or non-binary) to any character and modify pronouns accordingly.

MARVIN [M]
59 lines
16, the studious, kind of dorky one, a fan of horror movies. Recently started dating Sasha.
BROOKE [W]
38 lines
18, the jock who’s good at everything she does. Is dating Nate because he’s quite attractive. Not one for feelings.
SASHA [W]
68 lines
Brooke’s best friend, dating Marvin, also a fan of horror movies, and clearly would be the “last girl” in horror movies because she is the least threatening and most likable.
NATE [M]
36 lines
17, the traditional heartthrob with nothing else to offer; dating Brooke and is Erika’s brother, though he has his doubts about this.
ERIKA [W]
28 lines
The friend who’s the least likable and most expendable of the group. Also, Nate’s sister.
PIPPA VANDERWAY [W]
93 lines
A serial killer, reminiscent of 80’s Slasher films. Well, except for the fact that she’s British, wears paint-splattered overalls, has pigtails, and is terrible at it.


Prop List

Bedazzled Machete (Pippa), Backpacks (Marvin, Sasha, Erika, Nate, Brooke), Note (Pippa), Stick (Pippa), Sorry Pieces (Nate), Inhaler (Nate)


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Slash, Slash!!!
by Steven Stack

 About 10 minutes

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


 6
2 M | 4 W


Simple set

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