Play scripts are theatrical scripts, using the methods of traditional theatrical acting and production for dialog and speeches by actors. They include a range of expressions and forms which are seen nowhere else in modern acting, including hybridized Latin expressions, like 'Exeunt pursued by a bear'. They still form the basis of modern script techniques, with separated character lines and dialog with built in directions. Modern theatrical scripts may also include things like performance art, technical effects cues or other factors, but it's still the same fundamental approach.
Examples of Play script:
Ibsen: An Enemy of the People