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I DON'T HAVE A CLUEADD TO CART
By: Craig SodaroADD TO WISH LIST
I DON'T HAVE A CLUE
Script: $8.50  more info
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Themes: Gangs & Mafia, Law Enforcement & Prison
Running Time: 90 minutes
Speaking Cast: 7-8 females, 8-10 males, 4 either, 19-22 total cast
Flexibility: 0-10 extras, doubling possible, gender flexible
ISBN: 978-1-61588-077-5
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Synopsis
When Carol Robinson throws a laugh-packed murder-mystery dinner party for six friends, hires a moody maid to dish up the three-course meal, and refuses to let guests enter without fishnet tights and fedoras, no one is surprised to find a stranger hiding in the window box or two cops casing the joint—except their hostess. Somewhere between the Capone caviar and the Ma Barker biscuits, the guests start unraveling Carol's hysterical 1929 “whodunit” and find a wad of cash stuffed in a trash can. While Carol's friends are having the crime of their lives, Carol is baffled. The stranger is a stranger, the cops are strangers, and strange enough, Carol has no clue who stashed the cash in the trash and asks, “Is it real?” With a little help from Carol's youngest daughter, Corky, Carol's plot thickens. Corky (and friends) found $75,000 in the park, hid it in the house, and are now being followed by a couple of gangsters, who are being followed by a couple of salesmen, who are being followed by a couple of cops. Before long, Corky and friends find themselves in a heap of trouble when the gangsters demand their cash back and Corky can't find it (the dinner guests are using it for dessert napkins). What started with dinner and a murder-mystery among friends, ends in hilarious havoc and heart-pounding fun! Costumes vary from flappers and pin stripes to gangsters, vacuum cleaner salespeople, and teenagers. One interior set.
 

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