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Bang Bang BeirutUser Rating: 2.1 (1 votes)
The scene is a small hotel in the Middle East, where a group of British undercover agents (in a variety of unlikely disguises) are trying to weather a local military coup, while devising the means to spirit a young native prince out of danger. Their frantic behavior arouses the suspicions of the local military, and we are off on a mad whirl of double-takes, sliding panels, hurriedly hidden bodies, mistaken identities and generally antic activities, which grow ever more desperate as the occupying powers decide to move into the hotel to keep a closer watch on things. In the end, however, Arab cleverness bows to British resolve and, miraculously enough, our heroes manage to muddle through to mission accomplished and a job hilariously well done.
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|Total Characters: ||15|
|Male Characters: ||12|
|Female Characters: ||3|
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|Cost: ||FEE: $40 per performance|
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|Publisher: ||Dramatists Play Service|
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