Little Bigfoot - Two Act Comedy [NOOK Book]

Overview

The plot involves Camp Log Out, the world’s first anti-computer camp, run by those scoundrels Lana DuFree and Homer DaBrave. The campers are all computer nerds who have been sent by their exasperated parents to Camp Log Out to be weaned away from computers, chatrooms, cell phones, and computer games. When a scientist offers one million dollars for the capture of a local Bigfoot, dead or alive, Lana and Homer, in financial trouble because of Homer’s gambling debts, use their campers to search and capture Little ...
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Little Bigfoot - Two Act Comedy

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Overview

The plot involves Camp Log Out, the world’s first anti-computer camp, run by those scoundrels Lana DuFree and Homer DaBrave. The campers are all computer nerds who have been sent by their exasperated parents to Camp Log Out to be weaned away from computers, chatrooms, cell phones, and computer games. When a scientist offers one million dollars for the capture of a local Bigfoot, dead or alive, Lana and Homer, in financial trouble because of Homer’s gambling debts, use their campers to search and capture Little Bigfoot, the only child of Bigfoot Daddy and Mama. How the nerdy campers rig an Etch-A-Sketch computer to foil the schemes of Lana and Homer and free Little Bigfoot is part of the thrilling climax of this show.

Acts: 2
Total Characters: 24
Females: 14
Males: 10
Set Requirements: Minimal
First Performed: 2005
Productions: Barrington Middle School, Barrington, Rhode Island, May 2005
Kenya, Africa, March 2005
Osgoode, Ontario, Canada, 2006
Longford Primary, Chingford, UK 2006
The Buckley School, US 2007
Fillmore Central School, NY, US 2007
Dr. N. H. Jones Elementary School, Ocala Fl. US 2007
Saints Peter and Paul, US 2008
New Berlin Middle School Drama, Waukesha, Wisconsin 2009
Ewell Castle Middle School, UK 2009
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014326377
  • Publisher: Shamrock Eden Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/15/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 28 KB

Meet the Author

Winner of the prestigious Siskiyou Performing Arts Center Playwrighting Award for 2007, Gerald Murphy has been writing shows for over thirty years. His plays and musicals have been produced all over the world. He's been published with Eldridge, Playscripts, and Encore Performance in the US, and Lazy Bee Scripts and Limelight Scripts in the UK.
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