Dramedy

Dramedy Play Scripts
Dramedy is a term for a play that mixes comedy with drama. Often used in relation to TV shows, it has also been used to describe plays that are not all light-hearted comedies, but have elements of drama and introduce some serious issues and conflict. Ideally, a drama should include some comedy moments or scenes and comedies often feature conflict that is resolved in a humorous way. SO dramedy is a way of describing a play that has a more even balance of comedy and drama than a comedy script or drama script alone.

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  • Floyd Collins and the White Angels of Sand Cave

    by Robert P. Arthur
    • 120 Minutes
    • 3-7M/2-3F - MAX 50+/MIN 7

    Colleges, Community, Doubling Possible, Drama, Edgy Play, Highly Theatrical, Large Cast

    Just released! The place is Kentucky. Caves were popular tourist attractions and a source of revenue. In 1925 Floyd Collins hoped to find another entrance to the Mammoth Cave, the largest and most popular cave in the area, or possibly a new unknown cave to draw more visitors and greater profits. For the two weeks he was trapped undergound, a media circus ensued, heightened by a new invention, public radio broadcasts. The incident inspired the 1951 movie “Ace in the Hole”, starring Kirk Douglas.

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