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By: Eddie McPhersonAdd to Wish List
Script: $8.50
Notebook Script: $16.75
   (8.5 x 11 3-ring binder with large margins for notes)
First Performance Royalty: $75.00
Each Additional Performance: $75.00
Limited Video Rights: $30.00
Limited Streaming/Broadcast Rights: $50.00
Extra Streams: $0.50
Artwork Image Download: $30.00
Personalized Poster: $2.50
Types: Full Length Play, Community Theatre
Genres: Comedy, Farce, Hillbilly
Themes: Hillbilly, Weddings, Family
Running Time: 90 minutes
Speaking Cast: 10-11 females, 8 males, 1 either, 19-20 total cast
Flexibility: 0-10 extras
ISBN: 978-1-61588-176-5
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Customer Comments:
By Dean Dyer - Director - Western High School
If you're looking for a fun show with lots of quirky character roles, this is a great choice. Very simple, flexible staging and great corny one-liners. Guaranteed to leave 'em laughing.
By Jordan Hinkle - Director - Verndale Public School
What a great play for our community. There is a tremendous amount of comedy present in this play that will fit any audience and all ages. The kids really enjoyed performing and I expect there will be more "Virgil" in the years to come in Verndale. Thank you!
By Jon Sherry - Director - Sandusky High School, Sandusky, MI
Just performed "Virgil's Wedding" over the weekend. It was a huge success!! The cast had a great time preparing for it and the audience was laughing so hard many of them were crying. Eddie McPherson is a comic genius. Highly recommend doing this one!!
By Deb Hemsley - Actor/Assistant Director - Parkland Players
We performed this play in November 2007 and had excellent reviews from the audience. Members commented how this was the best play they had seen in years. I highly recommend this show to directors. The cast members just had a blast practicing and performing this play!
By Eller Shipman - Director - Corwith-Wesley High School
We had a blast performing "Virgil's Wedding" and your customer service was great. The books arrived faster than I expected so that was a plus. The script of "Virgil's Wedding" allows for a large cast with a variety of parts and superb flexibility -- and all the crazy characters are unique. The audience loved it and word spread so we had good attendance. Some people came to all three performances! We kept our sets simple and suggestive. I have already recommended this show to other directors. Thanks for providing such great service.
One of Heuer's best-selling full-length play series. You're invited to the social clash of the century as Ms. Delainie, a high-end wedding planner, and her assistant, Barbie, are hired to direct a simple ceremony for two of Lickskillit's favorite lovebirds. Grinning with confidence and guaranteed a promotion if the Margaret Hooper-Virgil Sludge wedding is a success, Ms. Delanie invites her boss, Mr. Wright, to attend the simple ceremony. But it's a wild romp before the nuptials are exchanged. The bride doubts the groom's love, the in-laws are decorating the church with Christmas garland, the Reverend arrives late with notes for a funeral service, and the groom ends up spending the night before the wedding in his best man's lizard trap. The morning of the wedding is a coordinator's nightmare. It starts with a skittish bride who thinks she's promised her love to the wrong man (her mama told her to marry “Mr. Right”), a lost groom and ungracious relatives that refuse to cooperate with fancy city ladies. Too busy with the bride to worry about the groom, Ms. Delanie and Barbie work on the threshold of tragedy trying to explain the difference between Mr. Wright and “Mr. Right” to the bride before she ends up marrying the wrong “Mr. Right.”

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