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Superhero Support Group

Super Hero Support Group free online one act play script comedy

A short script for seven actors by D. M. Larson from Freedrama.net

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DUE TO SLOW DOWNLOADS ON THE WEBSITE, THIS PLAY HAS BEEN MOVED TO THE FREEDRAMA BLOG AT http://freedramaplays.blogspot.com/2016/06/superhero-support-group-part-1-free.html


SAMPLE SCENE BELOW


A group of people dressed as superheroes sit in a row of a waiting room.

DOGBOY

Rough.

CATCHICK

Hiss.

DOGBOY

I wasn't barking.

CATCHICK

Oh.

DOGBOY

I was thinking how rough of a day I've had.

CATCHICK

That's why you're here.

DOGBOY

But I have things to do... crime to fight.  I can't wait around here all day.

CATCHICK

You don't have a choice.

SMACK

I can't take it anymore!  I have to get out of here.

Doctor enters.

DOCTOR

Sit down.

SMACK

You can't stop me.  I'm Smack the Superstrong!  I will smite you!

DOGBOY

Nice tagline!

Smack swings at Doctor but she backs away and then grabs his ear and twists.  Smack falls to the floor in pain.

DOCTOR

There will be no smiting, nor biting.

DOGBOY

Grrr!

DOCTOR

Nor scratching.

CATCHICK

Hisss!

DOCTOR

Everyone please wait your turn and no more disturbances.

Doctor lets go of Smack.  There is a ding and Doctor exits.

DOGBOY

How did she stop you? 

SMACK

I don't know.

CATCHICK

Mind powers.  She's got mind powers more powerful than you can imagine.

Shade comes from behind the chairs.

SHADE

Our powers are useless around her.

DOGBOY

Where'd you come from?

SHADE

I am Shade.  I came from the shadows.

CATCHICK

More like from behind the chairs.  How long have you been back there?

SHADE

Long enough to know what's going on here.

DOGBOY

What is going on?

SHADE

The doctor is removing our powers.

SMACK

What?

SHADE

Not only can she stop us.  She can take away our powers... forever!

DOGBOY

Nice dramatic pause.

SMACK

This is terrible.  I'd be nothing without my super strength!  I can't go back to being some loser working at D-Mart. 

CATCHICK

Personally I'm tired of all the hairballs.  She can have my powers. 

DOGBOY

I do get tired of smelling everything. 

DOGBOY sniffs around and looks at Shade and makes a face.

DOGBOY (CONT.)

You smell like you've been hiding there a LONG time. 

SHADE

We have to escape.

SMACK

Or smite the doc!

DOGBOY

But how?

SHADE

Shhh!  She's coming!

Shade hides behind the chairs.  The others sit in their chairs.  The Doctor enters with another superhero.

DOCTOR

You'll never have to worry about flying again.

CAPER

I guess it's time to hang up my cape.

DOCTOR

Stay off the rooftops. Or we'll have to have another session.

CAPER

I'm done.  Please.  I promise.

DOCTOR

Very well.  No need to schedule a followup then.

CAPER

Please.  Never again. 

DOCTOR

Next!

Catchick stands.  Dogboy grabs her arm but she hisses and pulls away.

CATCHICK

Look.  I want to be able to go the beach again.  I want to go swimming again.  I am tired of all those naps.  Please doctor.  Take me next.

DOCTOR

Walk this way.

Catchick follows Doctor off.  Caper starts to go but Smack grabs him.  Shade comes out.

SMACK

The doctor took your powers!


From the published play "Between Good and Evil" by D. M. Larson available on Amazon.com




DUE TO SLOW DOWNLOADS ON THE WEBSITE, THIS PLAY HAS BEEN MOVED TO THE FREEDRAMA BLOG AT http://freedramaplays.blogspot.com/2016/06/superhero-support-group-part-1-free.html



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