ISBN: 978-1-93240-460-9
Type: One Act
Genres: Comedy, Parody
Themes: Writing, Crime, Law Enforcement & Prison
Duration: 20 minutes
Speaking Cast: 14 either (14 total cast)
Flexibility: doubling possible, gender flexible
SYNOPSIS: An overzealous proofreader snaps and, intent on ridding the world of bad grammar, goes on a crime spree. The police are mobilized. Can anyone stop this (grammar) fiend before he strikes again? His next victim is rumored to be the author of a book called How to Pick up Women Using Bad Grammar. This humorous parody of police melodramas features memorable characters while conveying to students some of the finer points of grammar. Hilarious spoof for stage or classroom performances.
South Page High School
College Springs, IA
Fullerton Public Schools
Fullerton, NE
Catlin Gabel School
Portland, OR
Catlin Gabel Middle School
Portland, OR
Ray High School
Ray, ND
Maumee Valley Country Day School
Toledo, OH
7th grade class of Catlin Gabel Middle School, Portland, OR
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