Smackin' the Monkey and two other Short Plays [NOOK Book]

Overview

A 10-minute farce. Two old actors try to keep in shape by faking heart attacks. It doesn't work out so good. The sweet old lady steals the wallet from the actor faking the attack. The tough guy thinks the actor is having a bad trip and pops a white pill down his throat with unfortunate results. A pointless, meaningless farce with no depth or message, and a very chaotic ending. Adult language.
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Smackin' the Monkey and two other Short Plays

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Overview

A 10-minute farce. Two old actors try to keep in shape by faking heart attacks. It doesn't work out so good. The sweet old lady steals the wallet from the actor faking the attack. The tough guy thinks the actor is having a bad trip and pops a white pill down his throat with unfortunate results. A pointless, meaningless farce with no depth or message, and a very chaotic ending. Adult language.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011055362
  • Publisher: Ernest Kinnie
  • Publication date: 5/31/2010
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 115 KB

Meet the Author

My friend Janis Hoffman, who wishes to remain anonymous, is writing about the wild adventures of a highly intelligent, self-centered brat, Alice, who discovers the ancient Egyptian World of Shadow and runs circles around people at UC Berkeley.Our goal is to expand what you can think, feel and create, to invite you to the dance. My books include: two in the area of self-help psychology; papers, such as how to create useful idiots; and, a play and book about what happens when a group of university professors invite a shaman from the Sonoran Desert to share his world.A serious warning! You need a firm grip on reality and a reasonably stable life, otherwise best to pass on by.And not for the easily offended! Adult language is used when appropriate to the narrative, as in ALICE, and techniques for enhancing sexuality are given in THE MAGIC THEATER II. Taboos are broken. Political correctness ignored. Old habits and ways of thinking challenged.
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  • Posted May 21, 2011

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    ERNEST KINNIE'S "SMACKIN' THE MONKEY" (A REVIEW)

    A very quick and humorous read. The story is basically a run through for a play in which the author is trying to figure out would be worth performing or not. It's really cute, witty and fun.

    -Kitty Bullard / Great Minds Think Aloud Book Club

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