By Jane and Jim Jeffries
7 m, 7 w, 3 flexible, extras
Some doubling possible
Script: 36 pages.
In this lightly-interactive dinner theatre play, King Scrydan is so cheap that he can’t even pay attention. And if he did, he would know that everyone calls him Scrooge behind his back. Coming from beyond Jamaica, his dearly-departed brother Marley tells him, “Bredda, yuh inna big chobble. Yuh be too gravelicious. But me cyan 'elp yuh wit dat problem.” Luckily, Marley has brought along his Jamaican-to-English interpreter who can translate. Marley warns Scrydan that if he does not change his skinflint ways, it will lead to a fate worse than death. Scrydan will be visited by three “Duppy Men” (ghosts) who persuade him by whatever means necessary to mend his ways and live a little. Lots of extra fun by involving the audience, especially for the non-speaking “role” of Tiny Tim! This play can be made into a madrigal dinner theatre piece with additional instructions included in the back of the script.
#1133 Scrooge, Marley and Me

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