Party Hardy Party Line Skit
Description: Party Hardy Party Line is a short, simple to learn skit in the
format of a radio talk show. Party Hardy can be performed by 4 students and
the key roles are two radio talk show personalities, a narrator and a caller.
The skit's message focuses on alcohol and encourages adults not to provide kids
with alcohol or a place to drink.
THE PARTY HARDY PARTY-LINE
The Party Hardy Party-line
CREATED BY: Madness Productions of Dover Youth to Youth
WITH INTRO MUSIC: It's My Party]
[music volume drops - speaks over music] And now from radio station
Wy2Y - we bring you the Party Hardy Party-line!
volume rises as announcer stops speaking then fades rapidly to cue hosts]
LACEY: Hello folks,
my name is Lacey
CASEY: and I'm Casey - we're the "party guys" and this is
BOTH: the Party Hardy Party-line!
LACEY: The radio talk
show where we help you plan a great bash or a gala event.
CASEY: And we're going to go right to our first listener - caller are
WANDA: Hello - yes - my name is Wanda.
LACEY: Hi Wanda - what's your question for the Party-line?
WANDA: I'm planning a big high school graduation party for my son and a
bunch of his friends. I've ordered them a keg of beer - and of course I'm
taking all their keys away to make sure that they don't drink and drive.
CASEY: Yes - I see where you're going.
WANDA: My question is - is there anything else I can do to make sure I am
ready for this event?
LACEY: Well you're off to a great start - but we can certainly give you
a few important tips on what you can do to complete your preparations for this
CASEY: Tip #1 - check
your home owner's insurance and make sure you're covered for hospitalization in
case a drunken student falls down your stairs or out a window.
LACEY: Tip #2 -
retain an attorney to handle your case when the injured students' parents file a
civil suit against you.
CASEY: Tip #3 -
Update your CPR certification so you're ready in the event a binge drinking
student consumes so much alcohol - he goes into respiratory arrest.
LACEY: And speaking
of arrest - set aside $500 bail money, since providing alcohol to a minor in New
Hampshire is a misdemeanor.
CASEY: And lastly -
get a life! Some of those kids will eventually join the ranks of the 13 million
alcoholics currently in the United States and you're encouraging it.
LACEY: And the
younger they start, the more likely they are to have a drinking problem later in
WANDA: Perhaps I should
give this some more thought. Thank you very much!
[CLOSING MUSIC - low volume]
welcome... and that's all the time we have for today folks, be sure to join us
again tomorrow for -
BOTH: The Party
[music increases in volume - and ends after a few seconds]