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THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HOMERAdd to Cart
By: Rusty Harding, Marcus RidnerAdd to Wish List
Script: $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
Limited Video Rights: $30.00
Limited Streaming/Broadcast Rights: $50.00
Extra Streams: $0.50
Type: Full Length Play
Genres: Comedy, Hillbilly
Themes: Hillbilly, Family
Running Time: 70 minutes
Speaking Cast: 6 females, 8 males, 14 total cast
ISBN: 978-1-61588-291-5
Title Includes: Adult Language
        
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Synopsis
Meet Bob and Sharon Wilson, a typical middle-class couple enjoying a leisurely road-trip away from the hustle of big city life. A brief bypass through the eastern Kentucky backwoods seems like fun, but when their car breaks down in the isolated mountain hamlet of Homer, Bob and Sharon suddenly find themselves smack in the middle of hillbilly life, complete with a cornucopia of colorful mountain characters. A quick lunch at Bittie's Bistro serves up more than Moon Pies and RC Colas, including an improvised dental extraction, a raucous (and potentially fatal!) church service, and a visit from the "Avon lady from hell." What's even more strange is that several of the locals seem to recognize Bob. But, why do they keep calling him "Zorro"? Find out for yourself, and see why There's No Place Like Homer...
 

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