By Sam Bobrick
The Set — The play has no formal set and is done with appropriate lighting and the minimum of furniture.
4 Characters — 2 men, 2 women
Jerome Teppel, a recently married, fairly well off CPA, discovers that among his wife, Francine's monthly purchases was a gun. Shortly after he is informed by his neighbor, Lenore Franklin, that her husband, Anthony and Francine are having a torrid affair. What ensues next is a visit to a private detective, the murder of Anthony with all evidence of his killing pointing to Jerome, several prison breaks and several more murders. A warning to all readers. This is a totally outrageous play and the author will stop at nothing to take the audience on a wild and hilarious ride.
JEROME TEPPEL — A CPA in his late thirties
FRANCINE TEPPEL — Jerome's wife in her late twenties
LEONORE FRANKLIN — The Teppel's next door neighbor in her early thirties
SID DECKER — A very seedy private detective in his forties
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