ONE ACT IS OFTEN TOO MANY
Comedy, by Ken Bradbury and Robert L Crowe, 2000
Variety is the spice! A fairy tale, a girl’s club and a visit to Robin Hood in the retirement home are all stops in the (long) one act. 11 scenes total. Characters can be combined.
This is a royalty play. The play, or any part of the play, may not be presented for public presentation, contest, or competition without obtaining permission of the publisher and purchasing a performance script. A performance fee is required for using any excerpt of the play.
Permission and payment must be made prior to the presentation. Price for a master script is $25 and copies can be made as needed.
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Product Id: #610
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