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By: Christine Jones, Ken Jones, Jamey StrawnAdd to Wish List
Script: $8.50
eScript Perusal: $8.50
Notebook Script: $16.75
   (8.5 x 11 3-ring binder with large margins for notes)
Vocal/Choral Score: $20.00  (photocopying allowed for production)
Piano Score: $30.00
Orchestral Score: $30.00
   (includes guitar, bass, drums, flute/alto saxophone; photocopying allowed)
Production CD: $30.00
Rehearsal CD: $30.00
Production/Rehearsal CD Combo: $50.00
First Performance Royalty: $90.00
Each Additional Performance: $90.00
Video Rights: $30.00
Type: Musical
Genre: Comedy
Themes: Love & Romance, Scheming, Food
Running Time: 110 minutes
Speaking Cast: 5-14 females, 4-10 males (9-24 total cast)
Flexibility: 0-9 extras, gender flexible
ISBN: 978-1-61588-017-1
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Customer Comments:
By Debi Foster - Director - Grandview Middle School
My high school students and audience loved this musical - probably because it is a little 'mature.' They played up each character. We have a few people evaluate the performance each night so we can select best actress, best actor, etc. When it came down to the best song or ensemble number - the evaluations were all over the board. Each person had a different favorite song!It was definitely a fun production!
By Chris Curcio - Theatre Critic - Broadway's Biggest
Burgertown is a cute little show with a simple plot about the evils of corruption and the temptations and allures of big franchise money. Set in a lonely Chicago diner that has hardly any business, one of its employees invents the Triangle Burger that sweeps the town and turns the business into a big success. The original owner dies, passing the business to the inventor and his longtime love, a waitress. A sexy new Miss Burgertown arrives and pushes the boss's old flame out as she woos and wins the gullible guy. She later tries to take over the huge franchise business leaving the inventor with the original diner. He reunites with his old flame and every thing ends happily. The score, by Jamey Strawn with lyrics by Christine Jones and a book and story by Ken Jones, in a cute country western style, is breezy and fun. The cast is solid and the show looks to have a future throughout America where we can relate to the concepts the show reminds us of so lovingly.
By Marg Poste - Director - Hanover Community Players
Hanover Community Players recently performed six shows in the Hanover Civic Theatre to rave reviews. We were complimented on the professionalism of our amateur actors and pit band. We greatly enjoyed this play and would highly recommend it to others.
BurgerTown is a delicious new musical comedy set in the Windy City. This is the story of Dan O'Reilly, a timid fry cook who accidentally invents the hottest new craze in the fast-food world, the Triangle Burger, and takes the humble BurgerTown restaurant from its lowly place beneath the tracks of the Fullerton train station to soaring new heights. In this fun and kooky new musical, our shy hero encounters bad guys, big business, and burgers. He struggles to hold onto his sanity as he chases his dreams for success, romance, and a fast-food fortune.
“The cast is solid and the show looks to have a future throughout America where we can relate to the concepts the show reminds us of so lovingly." Chris Curcio,
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