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Suddenly Zombies Essay

1223 words - 5 pages

Suddenly ZOMBIES!!!
Open scene is in a flowery meadow. Kenny walks into the meadow. Then Wesley walks into the meadow from the opposite direction. They meet each other in the middle. Kenny extends his right arm and opens his hand. Wesley does the same and then they shake hands by gripping each other’s palm and going up and down motion with their hands together for a good five seconds. The guy’s faces throughout this whole scene should be happy by smiling. After letting go of each other’s hands Kenny and Wesley will bend one leg and then bend the other leg and sit down, sitting in the Indian sitting position. After sitting down Kenny and Wesley will both extend their right hands and grab a ...view middle of the document...

(After dance the girls will now change their expression to something not so normal) Right after the girls do the dance they will go back into zombie mood. So the girls start sliding one of their legs and one arm is bent in front of their chest. After the girls go to zombie mood the guy’s expressions will slowly change into a shocked and confused face expression. (Kenny and Wesley will turn towards the audience at this time, eyes wide open with fear, quickly, and then turn back towards the zombies.) The girls should be in front of guys at this time. And the guys should still be in awe and full of confusion and fear without any idea on how to react to the Girl zombies. Lindsey will reach her arms and will to grab onto Wesley’s shirt (grab sleeves if possible) with her right hand and will miss and try again with her left hand and Rebekah will reach for Kenny arm with both of her hands by reaching out her arms and grabbing his left arm. (Grab wrist if possible) The guys finally at this time are alert to the situation. The guys with their right hands will reach behind their back by bending their arms and grab their swords (if the guys want they can pretend they are light-sabers, like from star wars, if you do make sure you add the sound effects) they will then bring their arm up and forward with the sword and swing at the zombies. Kenny will cut Rebekah’s arm off, the one grabbing him, (Rebekah will not make any reaction towards her arm to be cut off and continues to attack Kenny) so she will bite him in the neck, left side, and he drops his sword on the ground. Wesley at the same time will first push Lindsey a little so that she releases him and then cut her across the stomach she will fall to the ground on her back. Wesley will now pull Rebekah off of Kenny ( at this time Kenny needs to be on his knees and Rebekah near his neck on her knees as well) and she will start coming after Wesley (on her knees still) Kenny is now holding his neck with his left hand. Wesley in slow movement comes up from behind Rebekah and cuts her head off Rebekah’s head off and she will fall to the ground....

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