Nick Got Cursed

  • By Steven Lee
  • 12-Jun-2024
  • Black Comedy, Fantasy, Car, Office, Three Pages


This sticky situation deals with misplaced transphobia, magic, and a cursed man who is trying to avoid a certain situation. The world of the story accepts whatever someone identifies as, but the practicalities of avoiding the curse make life difficult.


Female Characters
Male Characters
Intimacy / Contact
Driver pulls a scarf off the protagonist. Male holds his own crotch at one point - no nudity.
Character Descriptions
Male protagonist and female/trans person as a taxi driver. The script describes them a certain way, but realistically the only requirement is that the driver is softly spoken and that their voice could be mistaken for a woman. Everything else is up for interpretation.


No. of Locations
Location Description
Outside an apartment block and inside a taxi - could be a minicab/Uber type.
Props Required
Photo in a wallet, scarf, scruffy suit/clothing.

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How much?!
1. Cheap as Chips  
2. Help Required
3. Deep Pockets

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