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I’ve now had my third full-length script published (I’ve lost track of how many one-acts have been published; I generally just say a dozen). RHONDA’S HIGH-CLASS ROADKILL CHILI has been published by Norman Maine / Big Dog Plays. The script previously had a staged reading at Showtimers in January 2016; photos here.
My other published full-lengths are FAIRWEATHER FRIENDS BY Eldridge Plays and Musicals and THE HURLEYBURG TWIRLING SOCIETY by Rebel Belle Publishing.
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I held a staged reading of RHONDA’S HIGH-CLASS ROADKILL CHILI on Saturday, January 2, 2016 at Showtimers in Roanoke. Here are some photos.
Here’s the synopsis:
RHONDA’S HIGH-CLASS ROADKILL CHILI
Rhonda has never won anything in her life, so one of her sisters persuades her to enter a chili cook-off. Since time is tight, they decide on a roadkill recipe. Meanwhile, Rhonda’s husband is putting up Christmas lights out of season, because he’s determined to win the town contest that winter. When it turns out his light display is bright enough to be seen from outer space, things get more complicated. Aliens, and comedy, ensue. Cast: Nine, although two of those are bit parts at the end. The main cast is: Three adult females, two teen or pre-teen females, two adult males, and then the two small parts are two non-gender characters, although best played as males.
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