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By: Murray AustinAdd to Wish List
Script: $7.50
eScript Perusal: $7.50
Notebook Script: $16.75
   (8.5 x 11 3-ring binder with large margins for notes)
eAudition Monologue (Digital Download): $1.99
First Performance Royalty: $65.00
Each Additional Performance: $65.00
Video Rights: $30.00
Types: Full Length Play, Dinner Theatre Play
Genres: Comedy, Parody, Farce
Themes: Politics, Movies, Film & Television, Competition
Running Time: 90 minutes
Speaking Cast: 11-15 females, 5-7 males, 4-8 either (20-30 total cast)
Flexibility: 0-10 extras, doubling possible, gender flexible
ISBN: 978-1-60003-386-5
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It's election time at Stargell High, and the candidates are ready. Surfer-guy Dag is too irresponsible to feed his pet shark, Amber wants to mandate happiness, Nathan will soon end the reign of evil Big Pizza, Pam is threatening opposition voters, Jane and Joe are crazy in love, and Victor is homesick for Russian politics. In this outrageous parody of school elections, candidates all agree to play fair. "If there's no mud-slinging, we'll all stay clean." Throw in devious campaigns, creative attack ads, singing candidates, a dose of truth serum, and disillusioned voters, and "fair" becomes a relative term.
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