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Shakespeare Comes to Calamity Creek

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Tim  Kelly

Bill  Francoeur

Bill  Francoeur

Ah, Shakespeare in the... Old West?! Noble Hart, a conceited actor, arrives in the small mining town of Calamity Creek determined to bring culture to the local bumpkins. His troupe of actors is enough to make a playwright cry. The one exception is the lovely Sunny Day. She immediately falls for that Texas Ranger, Johnny Lasso. He's hot on the trail of a notorious crook masquerading under the name of Gentleman Dan, whose true identity is unknown. It's almost as if he was a master of disguise, like... an actor, perhaps? The troupe's arrival thrills the townspeople, except Abagail Pettigrew, the richest person in town. She's harboring a dark secret about her former occupation as Pogo, The Woman Who Can Walk Up and Down Stairs on Her Head. Cast some stranded dancers, a few would-be outlaws and striking gold miners, and you've just set the stage for a wild musical bonanza! Hear Ye, Now! Actors is the Worst It's a Cold Cruel World Big Time Calamity Creek Music Box Lullaby

Play Details:
Genre(s): Comedy
Time Period(s): Not Available
Play Type: Musical
Runtime: 90 minutes
Acts: Not Available
Set Complexity: Not Available
Set Information: Not Available
Year First Published: Not Available
Total Characters: 30
Male Characters: 10
Female Characters: 20
Androgynous Characters:Not Available
Minimum Cast: Not Available
Maximum Cast: Not Available
Cost: $5.25 Per Script ($90 Royalty First Performance, $75 Each Additional) Additional Materials: Piano Score $20, Vocal Score $6, Production/Rehearsal CD set $65.
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Publisher: Pioneer Drama Service
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ISBN: Not Available

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