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The 29th Greatest Show in American History Last Modified: Wednesday, October 15, 2008
BACK POCKET PRODUCTIONS
Presents
The 29th Greatest Show in American History
Directed by Joshua Williams
Featuring



The Tarantino Variation
by Seth Kramer

Synopsis

Three wise guys, a lot of attitude, handguns and a Mexican standoff.


Published by Dramatic Publishing.



ShrinkeeZ
by Joshua Williams



Babel's in Arms
by David Ives

Synopsis

Two blue-collar Mesopotamian construction workers are handed a provocative task: Build the Tower of Babel—or else. How many stones does it take to get to heaven, anyway?


Published by Dramatists Play Service.



Liberty Medical Beer Distribution
by Aaron Tipken



One Tennis Shoe
by Shel Silverstein

Synopsis

Harvey needs to broach a delicate subject with his wife. He claims Sylvia is becoming a bag lady, but she protests that her Bloomingdales' shopping bag doesn't make her a bag lady. No, says Harvey, but the picture frame, couch cushion and single tennis shoe retrieved from the garbage do. Not to mention the cold cooked oatmeal in her purse.


Published by Dramatists Play Service.



There Shall Be No Bottom
by Mark O'Donnell

Synopsis

Jeff misinterprets his lines, Joe skips large sections of dialogue, Jane tries to hold the production together, and the fourth actor's stuck in traffic. Poor acting is afoot as three actors and a stage manager attempt to perform a drawing room drama.


Published by Playscripts, Inc..



May and June, 2008

Cast - in no particular order:
Joshua Williams
Barry Benning
Miranda Price
Miranda Hood
Calvin Brewer
Tommy Hampton
Chris Powers
Zak Powers
SPECIAL THANKS
The cast and crew for all of their hard work,
The Pocket Theatre,
Stephen Colbert,
George Bush for giving us the challenge of working with no money,
All of our fans - this wouldn't be possible without you (much love),
and our friends and familys for helping produce and promote this dying art form.