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Roy Brown And The Red Baron

    by Derek Webb


       

Synopsis

Comedy Play Script ''Roy Brown And The Red Baron' by Derek Webb

Roy Brown is a man on a mission: to make maximum money with minimum effort. His work as a carpenter usually means avoiding his customers for as long as possible, which certainly reduces the amount of effort he puts in, but also adversely affects his cash flow.

So, in an attempt to turn over a few quid, he tries flogging some of his old rubbish at a car boot sale, ably abetted in his task by his chums Rhys and Jane… sadly to little effect. And life gets more problematical when an irate customer turns up wanting to know when the bench, he’s supposed to be making her, will be delivered.

But when Jane enthuses him to research his family history, he discovers something of mind-boggling importance (to him at least) – it turns out that the WW1 flying ace who shot down the Red Baron was none other than Captain Roy Brown! And who else could this be but Roy’s great, great uncle? Armed with this information, Roy sees a future of fame and fortune stretching ahead of him… maybe.


Duration

40-45 mins approx

Characters

(2m, 2f)

  Roy Brown - (late 20s-early 40s) Likeable, but rather unreliable, carpenter; an entrepreneur
  Jane  - (late 20s-late 30s) A friend of Roy’s, enjoys getting involved with ‘causes’ & throws herself into them
  Rhys(late 20s-early 40s) Another friend of Roy’s, dependable and dedicated in his own way
  Woman - (late 40s-early 60s) Her name is Mrs Brown, but she’s no relation to Roy
 

       

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