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ACTING CAN BE MURDERAdd to Cart
By: Eddie McPhersonAdd to Wish List
ACTING CAN BE MURDER
Script: $7.50
eScript Perusal: $7.50
Notebook Script: $16.75
   (8.5 x 11 3-ring binder with large margins for notes)
First Performance Royalty: $60.00
Each Additional Performance: $60.00
Video Rights: $30.00
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Type: Full Length Play
Genres: Comedy, Mystery
Theme: Acting Experience & Theatrics
Running Time: 90 minutes
Speaking Cast: 8 females, 6 males (14 total cast)
ISBN: 978-1-61588-045-4
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Recent Productions:
McLoughlin Middle School - Pasco, WA
South Brunswick HS - Monmouth Junction, NJ
Hampton High School - Hampton, VA
South View High School - Hope Mills, NC
Rising Sun High School - Rising Sun, IN
Green City High School - Green City, MO
Espanolas Main Street Theater - Espanola, NM
Churchill County High School - Fallon, NV
Rhea County High School - Evensville, TN
South Western School District - Hanover, PA
Kenwood High School - Clarksville, TN
Buckeye Union High School- WAREHOUSE - Buckeye, AZ
James A Garfeild High School - Garrettsville, OH
Taft High School - San Antonio, TX
LYO - Ethan, SD
Los Lunas Schools - Valencia High - Los Lunas, NM
Ludlow High School - Ludlow, KY
Galion High School, Board Of Education - Galion, OH
El Capitan High School - Lakeside, CA
MCHS Drama - Benton, KY
Valley Heights Jr. Sr. High - Blue Rapids, KS
Chavez High School - Stockton, CA
Mundesley Players - Norwich, United Kingdom
Theater on the Move - Sierra Vista, AZ
Laurel Trinity Lutheran Church - Boswell, PA
Watertown High School - Watertown, TN
Westwood New Tech Theater Company - Dearborn Heights, MI
Western High School - Parmer, MI
Monticello High School - Monticello, IA
Broadway Theatre - Mt. Pleasant, MI
Warsaw High School Drama Club - Warsaw, NY
Fall River High School - Fall River, WI
Macomb Jr. High School - Macomb, IL
Rantoul Theater Group - Rantoul, IL
Walnut High School - Walnut, CA
Sinaloa Middles School - Petaluma, CA
Churchill County High School Theatre - Fallon, NV
Hardin Public Schools Drama Dept - Hardin, MT
 
Synopsis
Dolores Gordon, who loves the stage, has always dreamed of stardom. But the only role she ever seems to land is that of the lowly understudy. So she decides the only way she is going to land the lead role in an upcoming community theatre production is to murder the lead actress, Guinevere Black. And that is exactly what she does. To make the murder more fun, Dolores hides Guinevere’s body in a large wooden trunk that is used as the centerpiece of the production’s murder-mystery set.
 
But Dolores’ thrills soon turn to chills when she begins to observe strange things going on among the production’s suspicious and dysfunctional cast members. They seem to know something she doesn’t. Out of mere nervousness, Dolores decides to open the chest in an effort to make certain her victim hasn’t disappeared; that’s when her worst nightmare is realized: Guinevere’s body is indeed gone. But who took it? Which cast member is on to her horrific crime? And is that Guinevere herself peering through the French doors of the set when no one but Dolores is looking? Find out the answers when you read this murder-mystery comedy that spoofs Agatha Christie and Alfred Hitchcock all in one keep-you-guessing backstage comedy.
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