The Weird Wild and Wonderful Days of School

by D. M. Larson

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OPTIONAL EXTENDED ENDING

PRINCIPAL (CONT.)

One more story?  I think we have time.  At times students need more help than the average joe... both students and the adults can use a little boost... and sometimes they help each other through some of the toughest times in life.

SCENE 12: MUCH MADNESS

Counselor's office... It's dark.  The only light is from a door that opens offstage and we see Janey sitting in a chair.   Two shadows from the doorway loom over JANEY. The first figure, DR. REID, speaks:

REID

She looks like she's barely alive.

NURSE

She was refusing to eat anything. I finally got her to eat some bread and drink a little water though.

REID

Thank you.  I'll let you know how things go.

(Crosses to Janey - REID's shadow grows as she enters the stage)

Hello, Janey. I'm Dr. Reid your school counselor. (No response)   What we need are some lights so we can see.

JANEY

(Meekly)

Please, no lights -

REID

Okay.

(Pause)

How are you feeling? (JANEY glares) I see you're not too good today. (JANEY looks away) Do you feel like doing any talking? (JANEY shakes her head no) I hear you're not eating well. Can you tell me why?

JANEY

(Pause)

Bread and water suit me - I want nothing else.

REID

I can get you something...

JANEY

(Angrily)

I don't want anything - and I don't want to talk anymore... I just want to be left alone.

Janey goes to window.

REID

It's a beautiful day today.

(Goes to JANEY)

Would you like to go outside? (JANEY shakes her head no) Could I at least open the window and let fresh air in? The rooms get stuffy on warm days. (JANEY nods. REID goes to window - opens it) There, it feels better already.

JANEY

This is fine -

REID

We have a group you can meet with. Would you like to join us?

JANEY

No - I don't want to -

REID

You might enjoy meeting some new people.

JANEY

I said no -

REID

I'm sorry, Janey. I'm just being friendly. I didn't mean to pressure you.

JANEY

I know -

REID

Would you like to go out and watch one of the teams practice?

JANEY

(Pause)

I want to be alone - I don't like being around lots of people - I get upset when there are crowds -

(Pause. Looks at REID, afraid)

I get really scared - I almost feel like I can't breathe -

REID

It is just a practice. There shouldn't be too many people there.

JANEY

I just need to be alone, Dr. Reid -

REID

You can't be alone forever. With me you'll be fine.

JANEY

(Angry)

I can't be fine with anyone - you don't really care - you're simply doing your job - once I'm "better" you'll be through with me - then it's on to another student - you're just like anyone else -

REID

That's not true.

JANEY

(Almost shouting)

I know it is - you probably haven't cared about any students in years - that would be unprofessional - and a burden you don't need for yourself -

REID

That isn't something I would do.

JANEY

Please, just let me go - I know what I need better than you -

REID

I don't know about that.

JANEY

You're not God, you know - you don't have the powers to cure everything - I know what you can and can't do -

REID

Janey, please calm down. Let's remember where we are at.

JANEY

Go on - get out now!

REID

Please, you need to relax.

JANEY

How can I will you in here bothering me all the time?

Janey starts messing with a potted plant outside the window.

REID

What are you doing?

JANEY

Killing weeds -

REID

Killing?

JANEY

Cultivate beauty by killing the ugly - it's an odd practice - I do it now to know I won't do it again - in reality its weeds on which the soil feeds -

(Stops)

But few people find the truth as fulfilling -

REID

Do you like weeds?

JANEY

Sometimes - If only you had planted something more useful - beans, or tomatoes, then the sacrifice might be worthwhile - but flowers, they're more difficult to justify -

REID

Don't you think they satisfy any needs?

JANEY

Frail beauty - that's all they are - cultivated for weakness - and has very little nutritional value - in the end they never can satisfy -

REID

Many would disagree. I believe their beauty is food for the soul.

JANEY

Frail and weak - a light frost would snap its neck -

JANEY breaks the head off a flower

REID

Janey, please...

JANEY

And so easily smitten by one little insect -

(JANEY holds up broken bud to a weed)

They choice is so easy - yet it's not -

REID

What do you mean?

JANEY

I suppose most people don't give it much thought -

(Looks up at sky)

I know a story of a man who had a plant which most called a useless weed - it turned out the weed was a cure for cancer - but the weed was nearly extinct so no one got the cure - do you believe in such a thing?

REID

I don't know. I suppose it's possible.

JANEY

But do you believe?

(Pause)

Oh, never mind - I guess to you most beliefs are only fables -

Throws both plants down - upset

JANEY (CONT.)

No one really cares, do they -

REID

Of course we do...

JANEY

They pay you to care - everywhere it's the same way -

REID

I wouldn't have taken this job if I didn't want to help people. And I wouldn't be here if I didn't want to help you.

JANEY

Do you think you can help me?

REID

Only if you want me to.

(Pause)

Do you want my help, Janey?

JANEY

People should only fix what's broken -

REID

(Pause)

Why did you lock yourself in your house? If someone hadn't found you, you might have died.

JANEY

(Pause)

I had to -

REID

Why?

JANEY

I - I needed to - I had no choice - I had to get away - I couldn't live like others anymore -

REID

Why not?

JANEY

(Angry)

What do you want to know all this for?

REID

I'm sorry, Janey. We haven't talked enough...

(Pause)

But I think it's time we did. (Pause) Did you lock yourself in the house because of your parents dying?

JANEY

(Furious)

I said I don't want to talk anymore! Leave me alone! I don't have to tell you anything! I'm not a little kid.

(Bends over and buries her face in her hands

REID

(Concerned)

Are you crying?

JANEY

(Face still hidden)

No -

REID

You can't keep this inside you. You need to get it out in the open.

JANEY

There's so much you don't know -

REID

Please, Janey, talk to me. You'll be glad you did in the end.

JANEY

I just need to be alone - if only I could fly -

(She looks up at the sky)


REID

I think the Earth is the best place for you to do things you need to.

JANEY

No, I'm leaving all the Earthly matters to you - I belong near a different sun -

(Points to a star)

I wish I were a star - part of some constellation so I would never be lonely.

REID

Space would seem awfully lonely to me. I don't think it would be much fun.

JANEY

But it's so free - no one can touch you or hurt you - you can simply shine -

REID

You can shine here too.

JANEY

People don't like it when you shine - that's why stars are up there and not down here - humans think brightness is offensive -

(Pause - looks and smiles at the stars)

My mother is a star now -

REID

Maybe.

JANEY

She always seemed like one to me - but stars don't like it very well where they can't be stars anymore -

(Pause - grows sad)


REID

Is something wrong, Janey?

JANEY

I want to be a star - stars having meaning - stars I understand -

REID

I image we all would like to be stars sometimes, but we know we can't. Our only life is on this Earth. There's no where else we can go.

JANEY

Do you believe in an afterlife?

REID

(Pause)

Yes, I think so.

JANEY

Like heaven and angels and pearly gates - free of all Earthly strife -

REID

Maybe.

JANEY

I think it's a lot less defined than that - I think maybe we all end up a part of greater whole - a tiny molecule in a bigger being or a little star in a vast universe - we'll return to where we came from - whether it's God, the Great Spirit, or something else - but I know that's where we will be -

REID

Faith can be very comforting.

JANEY

Everything around me seems to point to the same conclusion - "ashes to ashes - dust to dust" - where we begin is where we end - the Earth gives us life through what we eat and we give her life when we die - the source is the finish - rain that feeds the river comes from the sea - to each beginning there is a definable end -

REID

I'm speechless. You've been holding back.

JANEY

There's usually no one to listen - at least no one who's willing to bend -

REID

Does someone have to change their ways to listen?

JANEY

What's the use of talking if it doesn't do anyone any good?

REID

When you talk to someone, some change doesn't always have to happen.

JANEY

But I would do something if I could -

REID

It doesn't always work that way.

JANEY

Then why did you become a counselor?

REID

(Long pause)

I haven't thought about why in a long time. (Looks at JANEY) When I started I knew how difficult it would be. (Slight pause) But I wanted to help people. I wanted things to be better for people.

JANEY

That's good, Dr. Reid. It's good to remember why.

(They look at each other in silence - the lights fade to black)


END OF SCENE

Principal enters

PRINCIPAL

Connections... that's what we always hope to make in our school.  Connections to learning and connections to each other.  A flower is beautiful but it wouldn't exist without dirt.  The dirt is the soil that helps it grow and develop.  Sometimes we have to get dirty and allow ourselves to seed in the darkness in order to become the beautiful blossom in the sun. 


Another optional scene.

PRINCIPAL (CONT.)

While many students are asleep, getting rested for the next day, some roam, looking for meaning... lost in the darkness... rocked by the sea of their unhappiness... hoping to find a lifeline that will pull them from the storm.

SCENE 13: Flowers in the Desert

(Lights come up on the front of an old farm house. It is very early morning but the moon is full and the scene is well lit. As the scene opens, JIMMY comes stumbling on drunk. He drags on a ladder that he puts against the house JIMMY climbs the ladder. For staging purposes, the ladder can be put against stage R and the door to the house can simply be coming in from off stage])

JIMMY

Where's my sweet little chicky? She's gone and I'm all alone. Like Rodeo and Juliet, split up by their ma and pa, left with aching hearts. I got an achky-breaky heart baby and I'm coming for you.

(Knocks on window)

I can hear you now. "Oh, Rodeo. Oh, Rodeo. Where fartest you, Rodeo." (Laughs at his own joke) Oh, Juliet. (Knocks) Juliet! If you don't come out, you gonna see yonder window break.

JAMIE

(Appears at door below ladder. She is sleepy and cranky)

What do you want?

JIMMY

Can Shelly come out and play?

(Comes down ladder)


JAMIE

She's asleep like I was before you started banging on the window.

JIMMY

(Tugs on JAMIE's nightgown)

Can't you wake her up?

JAMIE

No!

(Smacks him)


JIMMY

OW!

SHELLY

(Sleepy at door)

Who's out there, Jamie?

JAMIE

A sick loon. (Goes inside)

SHELLY

(Comes out)

Jimmy?

JIMMY

Oh, hi, Shelly. Gosh, you look perdy.

SHELLY

What are you doing out there? You're gonna get me in trouble.

JIMMY

I need you, Shelly. I'm feeling lonely.

SHELLY

You've been drinking. You know I don't like you when you're drunk.

JIMMY

Oh, come on, Shelly. I've got needs you know.

SHELLY

So do I and I need sleep. Now go away.

JIMMY

I ain't leaving.

SHELLY

Well, I ain't coming.

JIMMY

I feel my heart about to break.

(He starts a sick howl)

Owoooo!

SHELLY

(Covers his mouth)

Stop that! You'll wake Sarge.

JIMMY

(Pulls her to him)

I got you.

SHELLY

(Pushes him)

Quit playing around.

JIMMY

(Starts to fall over)

Look out below. (SHELLY grabs him) You do care. (He throws his arms around her)

SHELLY

(Pulls away)

Stop it.

JIMMY

Why are you being so mean?

SHELLY

Me?

JIMMY

I just want a little love.

SHELLY

What you need is a cold shower and some coffee.

JIMMY

You're what I need, Shelly. Don't you need me?

SHELLY

What I need is a big club.

JIMMY

But Shelly. I'm hurting inside. Don't you care?

SHELLY

Not when you're like this.

JIMMY

(Angry)

Fine. I'll go. Give me my ring.

SHELLY

What?

JIMMY

Give me my ring.

SHELLY

You don't mean it.

JIMMY

If you don't want me around, then I don't want you. Give it!

(SHELLY sadly takes off ring)


SHELLY

(Gets a mischievous look)

Fetch boy.

She throws it off R.

JIMMY

Oh, man.

(Runs off R)


JAMIE

(Pokes her head out)

Is he gone?

SHELLY

(Sad)

Uh-huh.

JAMIE

Are you okay?

SHELLY

(Sits and rubs her finger)

No. (Holds out hand) I gave him back his ring.

JAMIE

You did?

(Crawls out)


SHELLY

Maybe I should have gone with him.

JAMIE

But he was so drunk. He smelled like a sick skunk.

SHELLY

Oh, he always smells like that.

(They laugh a little)

I really love him, Jamie, but sometimes... sometimes he can be such a creep.

JAMIE

There's a lot better guys in the world. Once you get out of here, you'll see that.

SHELLY

But that's just it, Jamie. All the guys I've met are creeps. I attract them like flies to manure.

JAMIE

Don't say that. You're a lot better than manure.

SHELLY

Thanks, I think.

JAMIE

That didn't come out right.

(Sound inside)

What was that?

SHELLY

Get down.

(They hide as SARGE comes out)


SARGE

Is somebody out here?

(Sees girls)

What are you girls doing?

SHELLY turns with a smile to face SARGE.

SHELLY

We got up early to see the sunset.

JAMIE

Sunrise.

SHELLY

Sunrise. I've been bragging to Jamie so much about it she just had to see it.

SARGE

And how would you know how nice they are? You're never up this early.

SARGE

Do I see a ladder? How did that get there?

SHELLY

A ladder? Gee, I don't know. Did you know there was a ladder there, Jamie?

JAMIE

Come on, Shelly. I'm tired. Let's go back to bed.

SARGE

Sounds like a good idea to me.

(JAMIE goes inside. But SHELLY won't budge)


SARGE

Shelly?

SHELLY

What is this, a prison camp? Can't a girl have a few moments to herself?

SARGE

Inside... now.

SHELLY

But Sarge...

SARGE

Back inside now or I might find out the real reason you're up so early.

(SHELLY looks worried and heads inside)


JIMMY

(JIMMY enters R with a bag on his head)

Now, Shelly. You said you didn't want to see me anymore. With this bag on my head I can't see you so does that count? (Goes up and hugs SARGE) Come on. You can forgive me, can't you? (Pause) Did you put on a little weight or something? (Backs up and feels SARGE's arms) You've been working out too. (SARGE pulls the bag off JIMMY's head) Oh, no.

SARGE

(Pointing at steps on porch)

Sit.

JIMMY does. SARGE stares at JIMMY a minute

JIMMY

Are you gonna kill me, Sarge?

SARGE

I'm thinking about it.

(Pause. JIMMY is very nervous)

What were you doing up there? And don't lie to me. I was once a pretty good liar myself, so I know one when I see one.

JIMMY

I guess I had a little too much to drink.

SARGE

Right under your parent's noses...

JIMMY

Man, they don't care. You should see them sometime. Talk about drunk.

SARGE

But you're just a kid.

JIMMY

I'm almost 18. And I only have two years of high school left.

SARGE

You may not make it to 18 if you keep this up.

(JIMMY gets quiet)

What were you doing over here?

JIMMY

I was looking for Shelly.

SARGE

I thought so.

JIMMY

Then why'd you ask?

SARGE

Don't get mouthy.

JIMMY

Sorry. It's the booze talking.

SARGE

Well, it better stop talking or it's going to get dunked into the water trough.

JIMMY

We didn't do nothing, Sarge. Shelly didn't want to.

SARGE

She didn't?

JIMMY

She didn't want to get in trouble. Man, was she mean to me.

SARGE

She was?

JIMMY

(Mad)

All we did was fight. I made her give my ring back.

SARGE

The promise ring?

JIMMY

Yeah. But she threw it somewhere. Now I can't find it.

SARGE

(Walks out and gets ring)

It's right over here.

Hands it to JIMMY

JIMMY

Maybe it's a sign. Maybe Shelly and me is supposed to make up.

SARGE

Maybe so. Maybe not.

(Pause)

I'm not sure I want you around Shelly anymore.

JIMMY

Oh.

SARGE

But she really likes you and if she wanted to be with you she'd find a way.

(Paces)

The more I'd tell Shelly she can't see you, the more she'd find times to sneak away. (Studies JIMMY) So maybe we can take care of this some other way.

JIMMY

(Nervous)

Uh... like how?

SARGE

Growing up, I did a lot of stupid things too. My mother died when I was real young and my pappy didn't want to take care of me. So my family sent me around, hoping somebody could handle me, but I only got worse. My big moment was in a barn. I burnt it down. That's when my Aunt Minnie took me in. And for the first time somebody loved me no matter what I did wrong. Even though I didn't change over night, that love stuck with me. And as I grew older, that love became more and more a part of me until all the hate was gone.

JIMMY

So what's your point?

SARGE

The point is, Jimmy, that you need some love. Not the kind of love you're thinking about, but a caring kind of love.

JIMMY

Don't get all sappy on me, Sarge.

SARGE

I want to help you, Jimmy. I want to help you be a better person.

JIMMY

I want to be good. I always want to, but it's hard. Was it hard for you?

SARGE

It took more than 30 years to learn to be a good person.

JIMMY

Thirty years?

SARGE

More probably. I stopped counting.

(Frowns at the memories)

I used to have some awful habits. Drinking, smoking, gambling. Gambling was the worst. I gave up the other things with no problem, but gambling... I still can't even look at a deck of cards.

JIMMY

How did you finally give it up?

SARGE

I don't know that I have. A few years ago I was caught up in it again. Some old friend invited me over and they thought what I'd love was a game of poker cause that's what we used to do together. Of course they talked me into playing. What a terrible night.

JIMMY

You lost big, huh?

SARGE

No, I won.

JIMMY

How much?

SARGE

Several hundred dollars.

JIMMY

Really? Cool.

SARGE

No, it wasn't. I felt the old desires coming back. I was secretly planning to sneak away to a casino. I never did spend any of the money though. I couldn't.

JIMMY

Do you still have it?

SARGE

No. I felt too guilty. I did the only thing I could think of to make up for it.

JIMMY

What?

SARGE

I gave it to our church.

JIMMY

All of it?

SARGE

All of it.

JIMMY

Too bad.

SARGE

So are you willing to give something up for Shelly?

JIMMY

Like what?

SARGE

Drinking maybe.

JIMMY

But all my friends drink.

SARGE

Maybe you need different friends.

JIMMY

Everyone will think I'm a total loser.

SARGE

Shelly won't.

JIMMY

(Sighs. Looks at ring)

I guess I could give it a try.

SARGE

No. Either you will or you won't. There's no "in the middle."

JIMMY

(Thinks)

Okay. I will. For Shelly.

SARGE

Go home and sober up. Then we'll talk some more.

JIMMY

Okay, Sarge. And thanks...

SARGE

For what?

JIMMY

For not killing me.

JIMMY exits and SARGE chuckles.

Principal enters.

PRINCIPAL

As everyone heads off to bed, we say good-night.  The moon rises in the sky... such a beautiful sight.  We pray for tomorrow to be a better day.  We dream of finding the perfect path to the true way. The way to a better future for us all.  A future where we can be proud and stand tall.

So will you go gently in to that good night?  Or will you rage against the dying of the light?

Excelsior


Cast OF CHARACTERS

This play has a flexible cast.  Not all scenes need to be performed.  And actors can play multiple parts because no characters repeat from scene to scene.  The smallest cast you could have by doing all the scripts would be three males and four females.  But there are many as 49 speaking roles possible.

PRINCIPAL: A showy circus type announcer who introduces each scene.

SCENE 1: ROCK! SWORD! FIRECRACKER!

MASTER: Master of the game of Rock, Sword, Firecracker

MEL and KELLY: Rock, Scissors, Paper Players.

OPTIONAL STUDENTS: If you have more actors, you can divide up Mel and Kelly's lines.

OPTIONAL ACTORS: Act out Rock, Sword, Firecracker scene

SCENE 2: KISS ME, I'M IRISH

IRISH: a silly girl dressed up for St. Patrick's Day

SCOTTISH: a more serious girl who is grumpy

GUY: a flirtatious guy

ITALIAN: a hot headed girl who gets mad at guy

SCENE 3: Big Nose

CAPTAIN: A bad actor who is a bully

SOLDIER: Another bad actor

CYRIL: A big nosed guy who uses words rather than fists to fight bullies

FRIEND: Cyril's friend in the audience

ROXY: A female actress who teases Cyril.

KELLY: The drama teacher who has no control.

SCENE 4: Polly Wants a Cracker

ANIMAL: A girl in an animal costume who likes the bird

BIRD: A guy in a bird costume who likes the animal back

SCENE 5: FARTZEN

STEPH: Stressed out student (can be a man STEVE).

MASTER: Fart-Zen master who teaches relaxation techniques.

PUPIL: There can be one PUPIL or a dozen. Very flexible.

SCENE 6: THE BOY WHO CRIED GENIE

DIRK: A male computer lab worker

GENIE: A magical creature who grants bad wishes

GIRL: A young looking playful girl

ZOMBIE: An old woman who is undead

WOMAN: She is good looking but turns out to be a vampire

JESI: A female computer lab worker

SCENE 7: ONE WAY OR ANOTHER

JANE: A girl who used to date Ron

RON: A guy who wants to date Jane again.

SCENE 8: PITY THE FOOL

JEORGE: The tricky artist with a secret plan.

SAGE: Cranky female friend of Mary

MARY: A girl who likes Jeorge's art

FRANK: A friend of Jeorge

SCENE 9: GIVING YOU MY HEART

DAISY: A "special" girl who wants to make friends.

CARL: A "special" guy who likes everything in order.

ELMER: A "special" guy who is an artist.

SCENE 10: GOSSIP

BULA: A student who thinks she is an ace reporter working at a major newspaper.

SKEETER: Assistant to Bula at the paper who forgets to do his job.

FANNY: a goofy female reporter who hangs out behind the boys locker room

MONITOR: sells his hall monitor reports

KILABREW: student assistant in nurse's office who loves to share medical related gossip

SCENE 11: LOOKS GET IN THE WAY

SIDNEY: A woman who wants to find the perfect guy but wears a mask to hide how she looks.

TONY: A guy is scared off by Sidney.

WAITER/WAITRESS: No lines.  Serves the food.

PHIL: A guy is isn't bothered by Sidney's mask.

OPTIONAL SCENE 12: MUCH MADNESS

JANEY: A troubled student

REID: The doctor who tries to help her

NURSE: Assists Dr. Reid

OPTIONAL SCENE 13: FLOWERS IN THE DESERT

JIMMY: A drunk kid in love with SHELLY

SHELLY: A troubled girl who isn't sure she likes JIMMY any more

JAMIE: Shelly's friend

SARGE: One of the caretakers of troubled kids at a group home in the desert. Former army sergeant.


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