Party Mom by David Troop | Script Revolution

Party Mom

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A fortyish Party Mom throws a tenth birthday party for her daughter at Chuck E. Cheese and single handedly becomes the life of the party.
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“I’m not a regular mom. I’m a cool mom,” purrs Amy Poehler’s Mrs. George in Mean Girls. This line comes right after she’s sufficiently stabbed Lindsey Lohan with her fake, extremely perky boobs and then told her teenage daughter (and friends) that there are no rules.

We’ve all known moms like that, right? A mom who still wants to be young, who can’t accept the age wrinkles written all over her face. You think that’s as bad as it gets?

Well, you’ve never met Party Mom.

Written by talented scribe David M Troop, Party Mom tells the story of one Mom’s quest to ensure that her daughter (Kayla) has the best tenth birthday possible at Chuck E. Cheese. Turns out, it’s a miracle the party is taking place there – due to various “mishaps”, Party Mom’s been banned from several local establishments; especially the “fun” and bouncy kind…

And this shin-dig is no exception. It doesn’t take long before all hell breaks loose and Party Mom is drunk, disheveled and dancing on Chuck E. Cheese himself.

That’s about when daughter Kayla snaps. She’s embarrassed of her mom (as any self respecting ten year old would be) and tired of her antics even more. Kayla demands her mom grow up and storms off to compose herself – leaving Party Mom to reflect on what she’s done.

What will Party Mom do? Will she stop drinking? Or agree to act her age?

Most importantly, will she ever be allowed in another Chuck E. Cheese? You’ll just have to read this script – and see!

Pages: 6

Characters: Party Mom, dad, daughter Kayla. Some extra kids and parents. Oh, and probably some security guards/Chuck E. Cheese staff.

Budget: Depends on what locations you select: anywhere from low, mid and high. An actual Chuck E. Cheese might cost a bit, although the setting could easily be shifted to a backyard if you have the right props. Regardless, a smart director could make this with friends and family for cheap and have a funny, touching meditation on what staying young really means.

This Script Has Been Reviewed By Shootin' The Shorts

Party Mom
Being a Mom doesn’t mean you’re not cool.
…Or does it?

"I'm not a regular mom. I'm a cool mom," purrs Amy Poehler's Mrs. George in Mean Girls. This line comes right after she's sufficiently stabbed Lindsey Lohan with her fake, extremely perky boobs and then told her teenage daughter (and friends) that there are no rules.

We've all known moms like that, right? A mom who still wants to be young, who can't accept the age wrinkles written all over her face. You think that’s as bad as it gets?

Well, you've never met Party Mom.

Written by talented scribe David M Troop, Party Mom tells the story of one Mom's quest to ensure that her daughter (Kayla) has the best tenth birthday possible at Chuck E. Cheese. Turns out, it's a miracle the party is taking place there – due to various “mishaps”, Party Mom’s been banned from several local establishments; especially the “fun” and bouncy kind…

And this shin-dig is no exception. It doesn't take long before all hell breaks loose and Party Mom is drunk, disheveled and dancing on Chuck E. Cheese himself.

That's about when daughter Kayla snaps. She's embarrassed of her mom (as any self respecting ten year old would be) and tired of her antics even more. Kayla demands her mom grow up and storms off to compose herself - leaving Party Mom to reflect on what she's done.

What will Party Mom do? Will she stop drinking? Or agree to act her age?

Most importantly, will she ever be allowed in another Chuck E. Cheese? You'll just have to read this script – and see!

Review by Anthony Cawood
Submitted: August 27, 2016
Last Updated: May 1, 2017
Times Downloaded: 19
Last Downloaded: November 5, 2019

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The Writer: David Troop

Dave Troop began writing as soon as he could hold a No. 2 pencil. In 2012, he discovered the beauty and the challenge of the five page screenplay while writing short scripts for MoviePoet.com and Simplyscripts. Dave continues to write and review short scripts for Script Revolution and Shootin' The Shorts. He currently is working on a few features and a TV pilot, and plans to take Hollywood by storm. Well, not really storm. More like a light sprinkle. Dave was born on the mean streets of Reading, PA, but currently lives in the comatose town of Schuylkill Haven where he is a proud grandfather, a father of two, and a husband of one. Go to bio

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