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Priscilla's Perfect Day

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Full-Length Musical Comedy In this charming family musical about the power of art, imagination, and pancakes, Priscilla Penelope Periwinkle's vacation at her aunt Phoebe's cottage is nearly ruined by rain, her bratty brother Billy, and his flapjack-loving dog Roscoe. Priscilla discovers a box of magic crayons in the attic, allowing her to bring whatever she draws to life. But as she colors in her perfect day, things suddenly go awry. Priscilla must use her imagination to get past the terrifying, crayon-eating Loch Ness Lobster and get herself, Billy, and Roscoe back to their family. (Cast: 2F, 2M, 3-4 Children or Adults)

Author Biography:

After penning Burt Reynolds's hit "Let's Do Something Cheap and Superficial" ages ago, Richard Levinson entered the world of advertising music, writing hundreds of jingles for local and national clients, winning all major advertising awards, including two Clios. His songs have been heard in dozens of TV shows and movies, including Amazon's Good Girls Revolt, Disney's Teen Beach Movie, HBOs True Blood and Adult Swim's Bojack Horseman, and in comedy productions for MTV, National Lampoon, and Showtime, as well as in live productions with Fred Willard's "Mohos" sketch group and the Sacred Fools Theater, where he is a longtime member. His comedy song CDs, Unchartables Vols. I and II were regularly heard on Sirius Satellite Radio. Richard also co-wrote the satiric parody one-woman cabaret show Thanks A Lot - My Gratitusical! (published by Stage Rights), and the "honky-tonk" musical Savin' Up for Saturday Night. Diana Martin's background in performance, design, early childhood education, and arts enrichment give her a unique perspective, with a philosophy embracing diversity and encouraging self-expression by children and adults. Her Everychilde Theatre, co-founded with Lisa McGee, produces their original plays, including Sally Ann Thunder Ann Whirlwind Crockett for the Grossman Burn Center's Family Camp and Rosie the Rodeo Reindeer for the Group Repertory Theater. She is currently developing The Singing School, a musical based on her family history. Acting, singing, and design credits (set, costumes, props) include Trifles, The City, A Christmas Carol, Chaim's Love Song, Inspecting Carol, Waiting, Reaching Up, Broadway Sings Out!, Little Mary Sunshine, A Nice Family Gathering, Another Antigone, Boeing Boeing, The Real Thing, Sidetracked, Sweet Sue, Over the River & Through the Woods, and The Howie Monologues. Diana holds a BA in Theatre Arts and AA degrees in Child Development and Broadcasting. She is a proud member of AEA and SAG/AFTRA.
Release date NZ
February 15th, 2018
Pages
32
Audience
  • General (US: Trade)
Dimensions
152x229x2
ISBN-13
9781946259400
Product ID
27640904

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