Monday, November 28, 2011


My JOURNAL OF MINA HARKER vampire play e-script for the Kindle has just been put on sale for 99-cents!  This is a limited time offer.  Suitable for young adults and adults, any vampire comedy lover would swoon to have a copy of their own!

Here are current reviews, from Amazon:

"Don't be put off because this is a theatre script - it's as enjoyable to read as any book. If you laughed at "Young Frankenstein," you'll love this twisted take on "Dracula." The plot and characters are straight out of Bram Stoker but with a wickedly funny slant. Renfield is a scream! The only thing better than reading this version would be seeing a production."  S.D.

"This play was fun to read and very entertaining. The characters, especially Renfield and Lucy, were a hoot! The play was easy to read and read more like a fast-paced novel than a playscript."  D. H.

"The Journal of Mina Harker is definitely a play schools should consider for production. It's funny, sly humor with some broad humor thrown in for contrast, and the familiarity of the Dracula legend makes for good fun and crowd pleasing potential. Reads well and will play even better. "

Happy trails, and thanks for supporting an emerging playwright!

bobbi c.

Sunday, November 6, 2011

ANNIERELLA rides again!

Just got some photos from the recent November 2 production of ANNIERELLA & the (VERY AWESOME) GOOD QUEEN FAIRY COWMOTHER,  performed by students at St. Peter Catholic School in Beaufort, SC.  Thanks to Sister Judy for sending the photos. :-)

Eula Gee, the stepmother, explains about the Cowpoke's Ball at the Lazy R&B ranch!

Stepmother, Eula Gee, tells Annierella she cannot go to the ball, while here three step-sisters---Mozelda Joe, Brizelda Jane and Frizzelda Ann--look on.

Annierella meets the Good Queen Fairy Cowmother.

The Fairy Cowmother does a little magic and with the help of her helpers transforms poor Annierella into a princess right before our very eyes!  :-)

At the ball, Annierella meets the rich rancher, Roy Bob, who's immediately smitten.  (LOVE those red boots they found for Annierella to wear!)  But alas, time runs out and she has to leave, but not before losing one of her fancy dancing boots!

The step-sisters are SURE that one of them will make the boot fit.  But it's not to be!  (We knew that.)

After finding out that Annierella was the one wearing the missing red boot, he proposes.  But what was her answer?

Sorry, you'll have to read ANNIERELLA to find out!   LOL!!

(By the way, ANNIERELLA was the FIRST PLACE WINNER at the SUMMER SHORTS 4, Youth Education on Stage Festival at the Old Armory Theatre, Williston North Dakota June 23-24-25, 2009. 
Directed by Jack Dyville.)

bobbi c.

Saturday, November 5, 2011

New improved website

Dear friends,

I've finally found the time to update my official website, and have included information on buying play scripts as well as full descriptions of all my  plays.  I've also included information on my ten-minute plays, which are great for speech competitions, drama class forensics, readings, etc.  Take a look!

Comedy Plays for Youth Theatre by Bobbi A. Chukran

Happy trails,

bobbi c.