A humorous look at how not to win the affections of a girl in school. Romantic comedy play for primary schools, middle schools and junior high schools. Also suitable as PSHE assembly, Valentine's Day assembly, end of year school play or Year 6 leavers assembly.
The scripts includes production notes and suggestions for Indian music and scenes with Bollywood style dances (music CD NOT included).
Simple set, comic situations, story with a moral.
Inclusive rights for 3 public performances (Terms).
Year 6 Leavers assembly script.
Comedy drama script set in
"Bollywood High School".
PSHE play with the theme of listening to the advice of elders.
Author: Robert Reed
Roles: 30 actors (minimum 21: minimum 6 male,
minimum 7 female)
4 female dancers
Duration: 20-25 minutes
(US 5th Grade, 6th Grade
UK Year 6, Year 7)
Genre: romantic comedy
Place: India, junior high school in "Bollywood"
Ajay is nervous about his first day at his new big city school: Bollywood High School. He asks his grandparents for advice and they tell him that he should study hard, be honest to himself and others and practice diligently to be the best at cricket. Ajay is determined to follow his grandparents’ wisdom but his resolve to stick to grandparents’ advice disappears in a heartbeat when he sees Charvi. He sets out to win her affection, with disastrous (humorous) consequences. Finally, he decides to give up his pursuit of Charvi and becomes the hero of the school cricket match. Charvi now wants his affection; but, in the end, which girl does Ajay decide is the right one for him?
*Included: Performance rights for 3 performances in 4 years! rights to copy for cast! rights for one video/audio of the performance, suggestions for staging, props & costumes, music ideas. More information about the terms.
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