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POLTERGEIST SC.

10 and 11
Intermediate (Teen and adults)
In the bedroom…
CAROL ANNE – They’re here.
…….
In the kitchen
STEVE – Now, listen to me Jeff! No, no, no, no, I’m not kidding. I know, anybody sleep how could through a 6.5? There was
damage, yeah, the bedroom. I mean, there’s stuff in pieces all over it. I know, we’ve been listening to the radio. There’s nothing
on the radio at all.
DIANE – Don’t touch it, honey!
DANA - C’mon, it’s my homework! You’re so obnoxious, you drive me nuts!
ROBERT – Force field!
DANA – You are so obnoxious!
ROBERT – Got my nose. This means war, and I mean it!
CAROL ANNE – Hey, watch out!
DIANE – Honey, chew your food ten times, OK?
ROBERT – You’re a big barf bag!
CAROL ANNE – You’re a doggie bag!
DANA – I’m not gonna eat it.
DIANE – There you go. (To Carol Anne) Sweetheart, last night when you said “they’re here”…
CAROL ANNE – my goldfish I can to take school?
DANA – You know, maybe that fault line is just directly under our house. Only wouldn’t that be a scream?
ROBERT – The ceiling got crumbs all over my bed.
DIANE – Sweetie, remember last night… you woke remember up when you do and you said “they’re here”?
CAROL ANNE – Huh-huh.
DIANE – Who did you mean? Who’s here?
CAROL ANNE – The TV people.
ROBERT – She’s done.
DANA – Yeah, what about you do that know?
ROBERT – More than you! Ask Dad!
DANA – Ask Dad!
ROBERT – Ask Dad!
DANA – Ask Dad!
ALL THE KIDS – Ask Dad!

STEVE – Bye. Well. such as “querido” and “meu amor” in Portugese: 3. DIANE. STEVE – for the move you did earth? It wasn’t quite the same thing for us.DANA – Hey! ROBERT – It’s not my mess. . DIANE – Yeah. I’ll talk. ROBERT – It’s not my fault. You I can handle. ……….. honey. jerko. ROBERT – I’m outta here. Jeff. DIANE – Give me that before you cut yourself. ROBERT – All right. Exercises: 1. I’ll just flunk. sweet pea.. thanks a lot. Are they information questions or yes/no questions? Think of answers to those questions. Yeah. ROBERT – I got school. GLOSSARY You drive me nuts! Barf (n) Watch out! Fault line (n) There you go. DIANE – All right. Right. ROBERT – Mom! It’s not my fault. give me this before you cut yourself. DIANE – Bye. Huh? OK.. OK. Ha-ha. Try and unscramble the words in the questions above. I’m outta here. Crumb (n) I’m outta here. Jerk(o) (n) Obnoxious (adj) Flunk (v) 2. breakfast first. I’ve got class in twenty minutes. Find four examples of how to address someone dear. DANA – Oh..

listen to me Jeff! No. it’s my homework! You’re so obnoxious. I’m not kidding. I know. ……. ROBERT – She’s done. no. and I mean it! CAROL ANNE – Hey. There’s nothing on the radio at all. (To Carol Anne) Sweetheart. DIANE – Don’t touch it. last night when you said “they’re here”… CAROL ANNE – Can I take my goldfish to school? DANA – You know. This means war. DIANE – Who did you mean? Who’s here? CAROL ANNE – The TV people. 10 and 11 Teacher’s – Intermediate (Teen and adults) In the bedroom… CAROL ANNE – They’re here. Only wouldn’t that be a scream? ROBERT – The ceiling got crumbs all over my bed. OK? ROBERT – You’re a big barf bag! CAROL ANNE – You’re a doggie bag! DANA – I’m not gonna eat it. there’s stuff in pieces all over it. the bedroom. no. In the kitchen STEVE – Now. honey! DANA . how could anybody sleep through a 6. DIANE – There you go.POLTERGEIST SC. I know.5? There was damage. remember last night… do you remember when you woke up and you said “they’re here”? CAROL ANNE – Huh-huh. chew your food ten times. I mean. what do you know about that? ROBERT – More than you! Ask Dad! DANA – Ask Dad! ROBERT – Ask Dad! DANA – Ask Dad! ALL THE KIDS – Ask Dad! DANA – Hey! . watch out! DIANE – Honey. maybe that fault line is just directly under our house. no. yeah. DANA – Yeah.C’mon. we’ve been listening to the radio. DIANE – Sweetie. you drive me nuts! ROBERT – Force field! DANA – You are so obnoxious! ROBERT – Got my nose.

Huh? OK. Answers on script above . ROBERT – All right. sweetheart. watch out! The following scene shows Dana showing the finger to the workers! Exercises: 1.. DANA – Oh. ROBERT – It’s not my fault.. Jerk(o) (n) Idiota Obnoxious (adj) Chato. honey.) Watch out! Cuidado! Fault line (n) Falha sísmica (terremoto) There you go. Well. jerko. honey 3. Jeff. Aqui está. give me this before you cut yourself.ROBERT – It’s not my mess. irritante Flunk (v) Rodar de ano 2. ROBERT – I’m outta here. ……….. breakfast first. sweet pea. STEVE – Bye. DIANE – Bye. Right. ROBERT – I got school. Crumb (n) Migalhas. such as “querido” and “meu amor” in Portugese: Sweetie. OK. pedaços I’m outta here. ROBERT – Mom! It’s not my fault. Are they information questions or yes/no questions? Think of answers to those questions. Try and unscramble the words in the questions above. DIANE – Give me that before you cut yourself. I’ve got class in twenty minutes. thanks a lot. I’ll talk. You I can handle. DIANE – Yeah. DIANE. GLOSSARY You drive me nuts! Você me deixa louco! Barf (n) vômito (inf. Yeah. I’ll just flunk. DIANE – All right. Find four examples of how to address someone dear. Teachers. sweet pea. STEVE – Did the earth move for you? It wasn’t quite the same thing for us.. Estou de saída. Ha-ha. I’m outta here.

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