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6 New Comedies for 2019 - Download Humorous Interp Scripts

6 New Comedies for 2019 - Download Humorous Interp Scripts

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Limited time offer: Get our new comedies for 50% off! 

Our fantastic new comedies for the 2019-2020 school year are available now. Humorous interp pieces for male and female performers are included in this collection.

Every Mushroom Cloud Press humorous piece comes filled with memorable characters, big laughs, and fun plots that resonate with students and judges alike. Coaches love our comedies because they're written specifically for high school speech performers. 

With your purchase of this digital collection, you'll instantly receive all your scripts so you can start working on a new performance today. All scripts are easily cut for competition. 

Here are the new Humorous Scripts included:

So You Want to Date a Superhero by Kevin Burgun - It's the most popular gameshow on the planet! Will the heroic Princess Dana find her true love? Her options include: Steve, a stud ready to settle down; Ryanne, who has a fair bit of attitude; and Trevor, a quiet guy who is quite terrified of Dana’s superpowers… especially once he figures out that her boyfriends tend to get captured by the bad guys. The winner is undecided until the final moment, and there are tons of zippy one-liners and awkward moments along the way. This script is SUPER as a Duo or a Humorous Interp.

Going Down by Frank Smith - A pair of apartment neighbors who hate each other must work through their differences when the elevator in their building goes out. Forced to walk down 24 flights of stairs together so they can go to work, they argue, learn, and encounter stranger but equally annoyed neighbors from the lower floors. Going Down is a clever comedy packed with outrageous – and outrageously real – characters.

Johnny Learns Algebra by Katherine Thomas – This comedy brings a bit of humor to the a dry subject – teaching math.  A diverse group of students bring character to the classroom as a teacher struggles to maintain control.  At the end of the day, a simple country boy explains the basics of Algebra to his class and he includes a few life lessons along the way.  Absolutely charming with a couple fun twists, this comedy would be great for novices and experienced performers alike who want to focus on likeable, original characters.

Nora Wants A Baby by Forrest Musselman – A parody of the popular children's show Dora the Explorer in which Nora, a significantly less famous explorer, decides that she simply must have a baby NOW. While Nora’s Map, Galoshes, and other friends try to convince her that she needs a career and an education first, not to mention she’s only four, Nora remains undeterred. This uproarious comedy is perfect for performers who enjoy *almost* taking things too far. The script also contains the author’s instructions for two-person duo performance. 

In a Jam by Matt Mills - When their bus abruptly abandons them in the desert, a teen finds a hyper-competitive jam festival, from which there is no clear escape... A short, silly, weird comedy with a lot of substance for any performer to work with.

Office Case by Matt Mills - When their company eliminates vacation days, two scatterbrained employees set out to rob the place, seeking the freedom to find their purposes in life.  The rapid-fire dialogue and take-no-prisoners sarcasm means this comedy has the potential to leave audiences in stitches.