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Scream Queens - The Musical Scott Martin

Scream Queens - The Musical

Scott Martin

Published March 18th 2009
ISBN : 9780573696343
Paperback
76 pages
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Musical Comedy / 6f (ages 28 - 50+) They sing -- they dance -- they die! A hotel ballroom, 1998, and six voluptuous B-movie Scream Queens revive their fading acting careers by presenting a musical revue for their fans at a science fiction andMoreMusical Comedy / 6f (ages 28 - 50+) They sing -- they dance -- they die! A hotel ballroom, 1998, and six voluptuous B-movie Scream Queens revive their fading acting careers by presenting a musical revue for their fans at a science fiction and horror film convention. From young newbie to seasoned grand dame, the Queens strut their stuff in song and dance to prove I Got All of the Talent I Need. For 90 minutes of hilarious musical mayhem, they take the audience into the world of no-budget movies with awful scripts, fake monsters and gooey Special FX. They even involve the audience in a screaming contest and zombie talent search. As each Queen reveals her personal story, we share their hopes and dreams, from Tonyas love of her idol Fay Wray to Alexis advice that Everybody Starts at the Bottom to DeeDees secrets of Scream Queen longevity: Dont Open That Door. British screen veteran Nadine savors her joy of being Still In Demand while Bianca celebrates the lifetime achievements of Roger Corman and Richelle laments her own elusive Happy Endings. They also screen original clips from their direct-to-video scary movie spoofs such as Revenge of the Psycho Bimbos and Malibu Vampire Vixens, all hoping to attract the attention of a popular young horror film director lurking in the audience. The Scream Queens will have you convulsed with laughter and begging for the inevitable sequel. A sassy musical revue- an affectionate funny tribute...with something for everyone. -Los Angeles Times Campy and full of shtick, affection and great fun! -The Hollywood Reporter Its a riot! -Los Angeles Jewish Times