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The Wonderful Ice Cream Suit
The Wonderful Ice Cream Suit
By Ray Bradbury.

Cast: 12m., 2w. (4 male roles may be played by women.) The summer's heat is depressing in the Mexican ghetto, but six men of similar height find a solution to all their problems—a $60, pure-white suit. They each pitch in $10 and buy the wonderful "ice cream suit." They set up rules and schedules for the actual wearing of the suit as they each make their dreams come true. It is not until the fat and sloppy sixth member has his turn that all their happiness is put in jeopardy. One ext. set. Approximate Running Time: 45 minutes.

Play details
Status:  In Stock
Type of show:  One-Act
Catalog Code:  W59
Cast Size:  14
No. of Act(s):  1
Pages:  41
Royalty:  $40.00 /perf.*
Cost:  $7.95
Approx. Running Time:  45 min.
Categories
Target Audience: Middle School | High School | College and Adult
Performing Group: High Schools | College Theatre | Community Theatre | Stock & Lort
Genre: Comedy
ISBN (10): 1583420908
Biographies
Ray Bradbury was born on Aug. 22, 1920, and grew up in Waukegan, Ill., where—entranced with magicians, comic strips and science fiction magazine covers—he began to write at the age of 12.

He supported himself by selling newspapers on a street corner from 1939 until 1942. He made approximately ten dollars a week. When he made eleven dollars a week at ...More
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* Please note that royalties quoted in our catalog are intended for K-12 schools with a standard curriculum only. All other producing groups must submit a completed application.


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