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CLEOPATRA AND THE SLAVE GIRLS OF VENUSAdd to Cart
By: Scott FreiheitAdd to Wish List
Script: $8.50
eScript Perusal: $8.50
Notebook Script: $16.75
   (8.5 x 11 3-ring binder with large margins for notes)
Vocal/Choral Score: $20.00  (photocopying allowed for production)
Piano Score: $30.00
Production CD: $30.00
Rehearsal CD: $30.00
Production/Rehearsal CD Combo: $50.00
First Performance Royalty: $90.00
Each Additional Performance: $90.00
Type: Musical
Genre: Comedy
Themes: Movies, Film & Television, Love & Romance, Dating
Running Time: 90 minutes
Speaking Cast: 4 females, 7 males, 11 total cast
Title Includes: Adult Language
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Synopsis
It's the 1960s, and Stupendous Pictures is producing one cheesy movie after another. When the producer has a change of heart and wants to produce Shakespeare, unexpected events grind things to a halt. Enter aspiring writer Allen Franklin who, along with the current headwriter Jill Montgomery, has to figure out how to combine shlock with classic to save the day!
 
Then it happens. Allen moves to New York for an Off-Off-Off-Off Broadway production of one of his plays and things come crashing down, including his relationship with Jill. But the misunderstanding between Jill and Allen is resolved when Allen realizes that he belongs with Jill and the crazy world of Stupendous Pictures. He even goes so far as to suggest that they combine the Shakespearean footage with some science fiction riffraff and create a new movie called "Cleopatra and the Slave Girls of Venus"...the studio loves it and yes, all is saved.
 

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