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The Escape of Bubbles Malone
AuthorSCIGLIANO, Bruce - Other Plays by this Author - Contact Author
SynopsisDateline Chicago, 1928: Prohibition Punishes Public! Gumshoes Go After Gangsters! Chicago is up in arms when its most notorious gangster, Bubbles Malone, escapes from jail. While the police force appears to be helpless, a young woman (And would be cub reporter) devises a plot to locate the famed criminal and land the “Big Scoop”. Finding herself in a “Sticky situation” she discovers that Malone is more than a gangster as she helps the criminal execute a quite different kind of escape. The Roaring Twenties were never like this!
InformationSuitable for Under-16s to seeComedyMusical
Cast17 Men, 10 women (minimum 15)
Some parts may be double cast, some male roles may be played by women
StatusAvailable for performance
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Amateur PerformanceUp to 600 seats. EEC Countries.£100.00 per performance
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Bruce Scigliano
Bruce received a bachelor’s degree in theater from UM- Flint in 1981. He toured for three years with The Missoula Children’s Theater before serving as an artist- in- residence in North Dakota and Wyoming. Recalling that at age 11 he wanted to be a game show host or a game warden, he returned to school, earning a degree in wildlife management from the University of Wyoming. Bruce has been a Wyoming game warden since 1989. When he’s not patrolling the Bighorn Mountains on horseback or fighting wildlife crime, Bruce enjoys fishing, building model theme parks and writing odd… err… quirky, musicals, radio drama and plays with his long time pal George Krawczyk. Bruce lives in Sheridan, Wyoming with his wife Connie, two dogs, (Zeb and Ranger) two horses (Homer and Aristophanes) and The Cat.

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