By William Gleason.
Cast: 8m., 8w. (squirrels optional.) This play begins in the year 1243 A.D. and all is not well in the land of Saxonia. Darkness and discontent hang thick in the air like sausages in a smokehouse. The reasonably handsome King Isadore is off to the Crusades to smite heathens and purchase porcelain. In his place, his creep brother Prince Viscera brings sorrow and fear to every hearth and leaves them sitting on the front porch like two quarts of spoiled milk. There is also joy in Saxonia, for Isadore has not only left town but he has also left a son. The boy's name is Ivanha and this is his story. It is a story of love and revenge. More than that, it is the worst plot you've ever seen on a stage! Return with us to those thrilling days of yesteryear when men were men, women were women... and squirrels were squirrels! Give your audience the chance to laugh, to cry, to cheer and to gag. Pull out all the stops and give them The Worst High School Play in the World. One ext. set.
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