The Support Group from Hell by Jeffrey Harr - Theatrefolk

Close Encounters of the Undead Kind

Recommended for High Schools and Middle Schools

The Support Group from Hell

by Jeffrey Harr

Wendy walks into a typical teen support group but quickly discovers that that the others are anything but typical.

For a special Zoom-style version of the script, please see The Virtual Support Group from Hell

 About 15 minutes

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


 8
3 M | 5 W


Simple set

Comedy Black Comedy

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Wendy walks into a typical teen support group. However, she quickly discovers that the others are anything but typical.

Who is Vladimir and why does he speak with a Transylvanian accent? Why does Lucy only speak one word (braiiinnnnssss)? And why does Janet think she's Batman?

This play is part of Close Encounters of the Undead Kind, a collection of 3 plays
8 Characters
3 M, 5 W

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.

DR. TAMMY [W] 47 lines
Counselor
WENDY [W] 39 lines
Teen girl
VLADIMIR [M] 25 lines
Teen boy, very well dressed in clothes from another era, speaks with a thick Transylvanian accent
WOLFGANG [M] 12 lines
Teen boy with an absurdly crazy beard
HECUBA [W] 12 lines
Teen girl in all black
LUCY [W] 2 lines
Teen girl, pale, in ripped jeans and T-shirt, spattered with blood. Various moans and groans.
FRANK [M] 12 lines
Teen boy in plain T-shirt and blazer, a few long scars on his face with stitches
JANET [W] 6 lines
Teen girl in completely normal clothes and a Batman mask

Prop List

clipboard, cigarette, lighter

Production Photos

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