Christmas Lottery

Play #: 1736
Pages: 56 pgs
Cast: 4 m, 3 w 3 girls, doubling possible.

Three related one-acts are woven together with scenes in a radio booth. George and Mary Williams are $14-million lottery winners. They host "Radio Riches," a local broadcast, where they receive calls and letters from people seeking money, and share stories about the people they help. The first one-act, "How Can They Call It a Fixed Income When We're Always Broke?" is about a retired man who hesitates taking a check from the Williamses, much to the wife's chagrin. In "Bus Stop Baptism," the homeless Preachin' Pearl discovers George's motives to help the poor are as pure as hers. Finally, in "Just Till I'm Back on My Feet," George and Mary help a divorced father with three daughters and Santa shows up with treats for all.

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ONE NIGHT STAND THEATER 1 Performance(s)
ENGLEWOOD, CO 8/21/2011
KBC PRODUCTIONS 16 Performance(s)
WEEPING WATER, NE 11/29/2009

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