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Don't say you're Harry - a two act farce by Claire Demmer
AuthorOFF THE WALL PLAYS, - Other Plays by this Author - Contact Author
SynopsisIn this two act, full length farce script, Snake and Harry, two professional diamond thieves gatecrash the funeral of Miss Amelia Devonport, who was the late owner of the fabulous Devonport diamonds. Snake and Harry plan to impersonate relatives of the late Miss Devonport in order to get information on the diamonds and where they could be hidden in the old Devonport mansion. Then they plan to steal the famous stones. Unbeknownst to Snake and Harry, two cops, Capt. Theunis van Staden and his young partner, John Smith have also gatecrashed the same funeral, and are, um, also posing as relatives. The two policemen received an Ďanonymous tipí earlier in the week that led them to believe that two thieves, masquerading as relatives of the deceased, would crash the funeral and steal the diamonds. Their task: to find the location of the famous stones, and use them as bait to trap the diamond thieves into revealing themselves.
Cast8 speaking parts 5M 3F and 3 non speaking parts (minimum 9)
2 F 50s-90s - Miss Devonports 1 F 30s-40s - the lawyer 1M any age - the Reverend 2M - any age, 1 thin, one fat or muscly - Snake and Harry, the thieves 1m 40s - Capt Theunis van Staden 1m 20s - John Smith maid and guests any age
ProductionThe sitting room of an upmarket house. One door stage left leads into the parlour, 1 door stage right into the kitchen and 1 staircase upstage centre to the upstairs part of the house.
StatusAvailable for performance
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