OUR LAUGHING MATTERS
Scripts created and premiered by the Lee Comedy Club
Are available from
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AMERICA'S NEXT TOP (BOY) MODEL
and other comic sketches
by Rachel Solomon, Leah Solomon & Sara Mozersky
This collection of 22 short TV parody and comedy skits is the first publication written entirely by students! The material has all been tested over the years by the Lee Comedy Club and audiences have loved all of it. Sketches include "Comedy Club Idol", "Why Can't You Be More Like Your Sister?", "LOST", "Battle of the Blondes", "America's Next Top (Boy) Model", "Rude Cell Phone Guy - At The Movies", "Model Mania", Ambush Makeover", and more. Great material for middle and high school students! Cast size is from 4 to 15 in each sketch and there is a 60/40 split of roles between girls and boys.
and type in America's Next Top (Boy) Model in the search block
ADDITIONAL COMIC MATERIAL AVAILABLE:
By Harry M. Bagdasian & Lisa Levin Itté
This is a two-act comedy revue of TV parody skits. Everyone can get involved in this variety show of parodies and original sketches about the crazy world of cable TV. Three scenes of teens set in a girl's bedroom tie the TV skits together, providing continuity for a two-act show. Sketches include “Bad Movie Monster Network”, “Home Shopping Channel”, “Dysfunctional Family Feud”, “The Channeling Chanel: Psycho Psychic Friends Network”, “Teen Magazine Junkies”, and more. The skits can be mixed, matched or used individually. Cast: 15W, 5M or up to 50 players, 2 to 12 each skit. Middle Grades to High School.
Premiered by Lee Comedy Club June 1995 – has received 791 productions 1996 - 2006
THE ACTOR’S CHALLENGE (one-act Comedy)
By Harry M. Bagdasian and Lisa Levin Itté.
A fast-paced play to showcase several acting styles. Fifteen young performers can instantly perform a wide variety of comedy styles--melodrama, Shakespeare, TV soap-opera, spy movies, Masterpiece Theatre, Star Trek and more! Two girls are surfing new "interactive" remote channels on their TV--every time they change the channel, the scene and acting style changes. The quick switches add to the humor. Great for exercises and contest use.
Premiered by Lee Comedy Club 1995 – has received 559 Production from 1996 – 2006
CHANNEL SURFING II: Just When You Thought It Was Safe to Turn Off Your TV
Comedy / farce by Harry M. Bagdasian and Lisa Levin Itté.
This is a two-act comedy revue and cyberspace adventure. The 14 comic sketches poke fun of psychic hotlines, homework hotlines, voice mail, siblings, soccer moms, home computers, home pages and home shopping. There’s also a “Middle School Jeopardy” lampooning stereotypical “clueless girls”. Two very popular sketches in this collection are “OCPOCK” where parents attend a 12-step program for over committed parents with over committee kids … and “Extreme Sports” which lampoons sports commentators’ endless chatter as Alex and Dave report on cordless bungee jumping, ski jump bobsledding and other extreme events. The skits can be mixed, matched or used individually. Cast: 14W, 9M or up to 60 players, 2 to 18 per skit. Middle Grades to High School.
Premiered by the Lee Comedy Club in 1997
this script has received 283 Productions from 1998 to 2006.
More to come … (there are 11 scripts still in print of the 14 published since 1995)
to read about our many scripts that are available to you