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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, Life Lessons & Experiences
Running Time: 80 minutes
Speaking Cast: 9 females, 5 males, 14 total cast
ISBN: 978-1-61588-160-4
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The Sludges are simple country people who enjoy the rural trappings of gardens and green space. Enter Jennifer and Trish, two highbrow city slickers whose car broke down and desperately need a telephone (since their cell phones won't receive a signal “in the boonies”). The city girls who prefer trendy shopping districts and running water, walk into the middle of several family predicaments including a lovers' spat, a bad hair day, a miracle tomato-growing tonic, a cow-impersonating husband and an oversized baby who disappears.
As the girls hang around waiting for a ride, the country bumpkins warm up to the “city folks” who try to help the “backward” family with their problems. But that's easier said than done. And when Jennifer's fiancé finally shows up to take her home, things go from bad to worse and both country and city folk, as well as the audience, learn some valuable lessons by the time the final curtain falls. Puns, one-liners, groaners and silly situations make this farce fun to play and even more fun to watch.

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