We Open Tomorrow Night?! (One Act Version)

Recommended for High Schools and Middle Schools

We Open Tomorrow Night?! (One Act Version)

by Michael Wehrli

A competition-length version of We Open Tomorrow Night?!

 About 35 minutes

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


 14
4 M | 6 W | 4 Any Gender


Simple Set


 31 pages

Comedy

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I can’t believe we open tomorrow night!

It’s the dress rehearsal for the Belvedere student-run talent show and things aren't running smoothly. The PTA mom is being very pushy. The British act can’t get a grip on the accent. Ian wants to air guitar on pogo sticks, and what happened to the lights?

As they say, the show must go on!

We Open Tomorrow Night?! is a scripted talent show where you are the stars. Each production can insert their own acts (dance, comedy, singing - the choice is yours) for an hilarious and entertaining evening for all.

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Royalty fees apply to all performances whether or not admission is charged. Any performance in front of an audience (e.g. an invited dress rehearsal) is considered a performance for royalty purposes.

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