Stung

Comedy Play Scene from the play "Between Good and Evil" by D. M. Larson

ISBN-13: 978-1502982308

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STUNG

by D. M. LARSON from FREEDRAMA.NET  EXT. Field. Day.


A woman, June, screams!  She is on the ground holding her foot.  She shakes her leg and screams some more.

JUNE

AH!

Hank runs out to see what's wrong.

HANK

What happened?

JUNE

I got stung by a bee... on the foot...

HANK

Let me see.

June flops down and holds up her foot.

HANK (CONT.)

Okay, let me get the stinger out.  I hear if you can get it out without squeezing the little venom bag then it won't hurt as much.

JUNE

Ow! Ow! Ow! Get it out!

June is shaking her foot.

HANK

Hold still!

June tries to stop struggling.  Hank carefully gets it with one finger.

HANK (CONT.)

There.

JUNE

Still hurts.

She shakes her foot at him.  Hank struggles and then holds her leg still again and looks.

HANK

Looks like there is a bit of stinger in there still.

JUNE

Get it out!

HANK

I'm going to need to tweezers or something.

JUNE

Get some tweezers!

HANK

Okay, okay!

Hank runs off. *Various people can walk by and try to ignore June and make gestures and faces if desired*  Molly walks by and sees June on her back moaning and holding her foot in the air.

MOLLY

Uh... you okay?

JUNE

No...

MOLLY

Can I help?

JUNE

I don't know...

MOLLY

Tell me what's wrong and I'll see what I can do?

JUNE

I got stung by a bee.

MOLLY

How did you get stung?

JUNE

I stopped to smell the roses.

MOLLY

What?

JUNE

You know how they tell you to stop and smell the roses?

MOLLY

They?

JUNE

Well, sometimes you hear that.

MOLLY

You do?

JUNE

Oh geez, never mind.

MOLLY

Do bee stings make people cranky?

JUNE

Yes!

MOLLY

Oh... so why were you barefoot?

JUNE

Because I wanted to be one with nature!  I love nature! 

June starts ripping at the grass and flowers and throws them in the air.

JUNE (CONT.)

Weeee! Weee! Weee!  OW!

June has hurt her hand now.

MOLLY

What happened?

JUNE

Nature gave me some more good loving!  Thorn.

June sucks on her thumb.

MOLLY

Nature doesn't love you back.

JUNE

What did I ever do to nature?  I try to be good.  I try to leave a small carbon footprint.  I have a hybrid car.  I use recycled toilet paper...

MOLLY

Recycled toilet paper... sorry, but that just sounds gross.

JUNE

It is just recycled paper... it wasn't used in a toilet before... well, I don't think so...

MOLLY

Now I don't feel so good.

JUNE

Don't like potty talk?

MOLLY

Not really.  Poop scares me.

JUNE

That's too bad because I think you stepped in some.

MOLLY

Uh!  Nature strikes again... see ya...

Molly exits and drags her foot/shoe on the ground trying to get some poop off.  June sighs... a little old man, Don, shuffles out.  June ignores him.  Don pokes her with his walking stick/cane. 

JUNE

Hey!

DON

Hey you back.  Get off my lawn.

JUNE

This your lawn?

DON

Yup... get off.

JUNE

But I can't walk... I'm injured...

She holds her foot up to Don.  He gets out his glasses and looks at her foot closely.  He smells something bad and back away.

DON

Wow, that's quite a stink.

JUNE

That's not my foot... some dog pooped on your lawn.

DON

Dag-nabbit! Darn frickin dogs!

JUNE

Such language in front of a lady.

DON

You're just a hippy.  Did you rip up my flowers?

JUNE

Um...

DON

You hippies ain't got no respect for property!

JUNE

Look... don't get all worked up now...

Don is grabs his chest and falls on top of June.

JUNE (CONT.)

He got worked up.

Hank runs back in with tweezers.

HANK

I got the...

Hank sees old man on top of June.

HANK (CONT.)

Um... I'm not sure the tweezers can remove that...

JUNE

Get him off!

Hank picks up Don and struggles with him and ends up falling and having Don on top of him.  June looks and holds up her foot.

JUNE (CONT.)

Can you get the thorn out now... please?

Molly crosses the stage dragging her foot.

MOLLY

Pooh!  Hate the smell of pooh!

Lights fade to black.

FIN


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