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Summary: A light-hearted sketch about identity and pressures put on women in particular to conform to the right “look”.  The 3 women in the sketch represent types: 1 – confident, individualistic, always searching for what’s new; 2 – constantly looking to magazines and “celebrity culture” for inspiration and reassurance; 3 – low self-esteem.
Style: Light-hearted.    Duration: 4min
Actors: 3F


(Enter 1, 2 and 3 from different directions, each holding an envelope.  They open the envelope.)

All:    A party!

(The next few lines are said to the audience.  There is no sense that the women are talking to each other or that they can even hear each other)

1:    (excited) Oh, great!

2:    (cautious) No wait.

3:    (despondent) I look a state!
    I must do something with my hair…

1:    I need a look that’s so “out there.”

2:    Now, what would Paris Hilton wear?

(They go behind 3 changing screens on stage.  For the next few lines, they toss random items of clothing over the top of the screen as if to emphasise what they are saying)

1:    They’ll crown me the next fashion queen.

3:    I can’t wear that, it looks obscene.

2:    I did see something in a magazine…
    …that photo shoot in Mississippi.

3:    It’s just no use; I look too “hippy.”

1:    No.  That just won’t go with my lippy.

3:    I must stop drinking all that beer.

1:    That’s what I need to say “I’m here.”

2:    According to Vogue that’s so “last year.”

1:    Oh, this is sure to turn their eyes.

2:    Now don’t forget to accessorise.

3:    But will this cover up my thighs?

1:    This look is unique.  Yes, this is me!

2:    This look is so chic – from page 53.

3:    Do I look a freak?  Oh well, we’ll see.
    I guess it will just have to do.

(They all step out from behind the screens – all wearing the same outfit.  They notice each other)

All:    Oh, hello there.  That’s really… (disdainfully) you!

© Copyright Daniel Carlson, all rights reserved. The script may not be reproduced, translated or copied in any medium, including books, CDs and on the Internet, without written permission of the author.
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