The bizarre and silly scene features a cast of 5 non-gender specific characters and focuses on the rare and never heard of . . . oatmeal flower. Perfect for grades 4-7, the scene works for a classroom performance or as part of a night of theatre. The only set needed is a bench and the only prop needed is a book. Oh, if you have an actor that smells like the oatmeal flower . . . well, that would be amazing. It's not a requirement though.
Alex is waiting for the bus on the 37th day of school when Sally, a close talker, begins a conversation with him. It does not go well and takes an odd twist when Alex says he smells something. Sally is convinced it's her and well . . . let's just say that Alex ends up walking to the school that's 25 miles away. Sally sits down, wondering if her 37th day of school will ruined. It won't.
By purchasing the script, you also purchase the rights to make as many copies as you want, perform it has many times as you want, and record those performances.
Why I wrote this?
I needed a short scene for a "night of scenes" and I was eating a Little Debbie Oatmeal Creme pie from the fridge (note: If you haven't had a cold oatmeal creme pie you don't know what you're missing.) and I thought "What if someone thought they smelled like oatmeal? Or better yet . . . an oatmeal flower?"