Women are Funny


Monologues, skits, one-act plays for auditions, women’s clubs, community theatre, and solo performance. Includes 14 scripts, mainly for women.

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  • May Kramer

    This collection features monologues, skits, one-act plays for auditions, women’s clubs, community theatre, and solo performance. It has 14 scripts, mainly for women. They are easy to do, with very clear characters, and all of them are funny. They are a hit every time they are performed. Includes the popular play, How to Marry the Minister.

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    Play collections are copyright protected and can’t be copied. Decide which plays you want to use, then contact us for e-scripts which you can copy.

    When you’re going to perform, order cast copies. Select either e-cast copies, sent by email, or hard cast copies which are printed in black & white on 3-hole punched paper so it’s easy to put them into notebooks and sent via the mail.

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     We appreciate your order. Thanks for helping older performers fulfill their theatrical dreams!

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    Comedy, Short Plays, Play Collections, Monologues and Scenes


    May Kramer

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