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WHO DUN STOLE THE BRIDE?
A hillbilly mystery dinner theatre
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WHO DUN STOLE THE BRIDE
Script: $5.50  more info
First Performance Royalty: $40.00  more info
Each Additional Performance: $40.00  more info
Video Rights: $5.00
Type: Dinner Theatre
Running Time: 50-60 minutes
Speaking Cast: 5 females, 5 males, 1 either, 11 total cast
Flexibility: gender flexible
Age range: All ages
Bible verses: 1 Corinthians 13:4-8, Colossians 3:13, Proverbs 10:12
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Synopsis
Come sit a spell and share some supper while the action unfolds! When country gal Katie Sue and classy Bill get a hankerin' to tie the knot, not everyone jumps for joy at "the Yankees invadin' the South." Katie's clan is suspicious of Bill's snobby family from over yonder, and Bill's parents think the Eckley family isn't of their same caliber. Just as they're fixin' to get hitched, Katie dun disappears! Is she a runaway bride who got cold feet? If not, then whodunit? The audience guesses up a storm. Is it wild and crazy Bob, who's secretly swooning for Katie? How 'bout Bill's too-good family? Alibis abound. In the end, the lost bride is found, unforgettable wedding vows are exchanged, and whoo-eee! A rip-roarin' good time is had by all, while Katie reminds that "judgin’ each other by how we live, look or talk ain't God's way." Includes menu suggestions and many ideas for audience questions.
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