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LET'S HANG HIM AND READ THE WILLAdd to Cart
By: Pat CookAdd to Wish List
LET'S HANG HIM AND READ THE WILL
Script: $8.50
eScript (Digital Perusal - Not For Performance): $8.50
Notebook Script: $16.75
   (8.5 x 11 3-ring binder with large margins for notes)
First Performance Royalty: $70.00
Each Additional Performance: $70.00
Video Rights: $30.00
Artwork Image Download: $30.00
Personalized Poster: $2.50
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Types: Full Length Play, Community Theatre
Genre: Mystery
Themes: Death, Crime, Social Status
Running Time: 90 minutes
Speaking Cast: 13 females, 6 males, 19 total cast
ISBN: 978-1-61588-094-2
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Customer Comments:
By Madi McGuckin - Actress - Col. John Wheeler Middle School
I love this show!!! It's funny and great. I am playing the role of Freida Post. This show has every thing! The ending is fantastic!
 
Synopsis
All is not well in the little burg of Beautyrest Springs. It’s most prominent (and hated) citizen, F. Mycroft Tanner, did himself in. At least, that’s what Sheriff Harold Tyred reports in between his visits with Martha, the maid, who was also seeing Percy, the gardener, who is sweet on Freida, the reporter, who really wants the inside scoop on Mycroft’s death (and his rather plush will). It is up to fat cat attorney, Lamar Lee Rascal, to unravel all this and find the missing will, Mycroft’s diamond ring, and the misplaced family scrapbook. He is distracted, however, by running into Mycroft’s daffy sister, Jemmy Jean, who he left at the altar some twenty-five years ago. If you think it’s all too confusing, wait until two people show up claiming to be the same long-lost daughter, the murdered maid’s older sister puts in an appearance and a tour guide starts bringing groups through the scene of the crime. This riotous spoof is full of soap opera-isms and will keep you guessing until the last suspect you suspected is no longer a suspect. Interior set. “This play was an overwhelming success . . . this is one of your best!”—Jim Hutson, Clear Spring High School, Clear Spring, MD.
 

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