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The Book of Job: The Musical: The Complete, Annotated Script with Appendices! Photographs! And One Hundred Footnotes! By Simon Clayton, Simon Indelicate
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Rock'n'Roll! Death! Theology! With one hundred footnotes, the complete guitar chords, instructive photographs, every last word of the show lovingly transcribed and,FREE, five talented friends for... More > you to keep - This package contains everything you need to perform Simon Clayton's Book Of Job: The Musical In your own home! Will 'Perfect man of the East' Job curse God to his face Will Satan, the dashing angel with a dark side, win his bet Does God really, as Karl Jung states in his Answer To Job (Routledge, 1952, p. 10) 'Not care a button for any moral opinion nor recognise any form of ethics as binding' Find Out! Only in The Book Of Job: The Musical - The complete, annotated script! Free gift offered in form of increased knowledge with which to engage potential friends in conversation The author accepts no liability should you fail to properly exploit said offer.< Less
The Book Of Job: The Musical - The Complete Annotated Script By Simon Clayton
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Rock'n'Roll! Death! Theology! With one hundred footnotes, the complete guitar chords, instructive photographs, every last word of the show lovingly transcribed and, FREE, five talented friends for... More > you to keep* - This package contains everything you need to perform Simon Clayton's Book Of Job: The Musical In your own home! Will 'Perfect man of the East' Job curse God to his face? Will Satan, the dashing angel with a dark side, win his bet? Does God really, as Karl Jung states in his Answer To Job (Routledge, 1952, p. 10) 'Not care a button for any moral opinion nor recognise any form of ethics as binding'? Find Out! Only in The Book Of Job: The Musical - The complete, annotated script! * Free gift offered in form of increased knowledge with which to engage potential friends in conversation The author accepts no liability should you fail to properly exploit said offer.< Less
The Book Of Job: The Musical - The Complete Annotated Script By Simon Clayton
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Rock'n'Roll! Death! Theology! With one hundred footnotes, the complete guitar chords, instructive photographs, every last word of the show lovingly transcribed and, FREE, five talented friends for... More > you to keep* - This package contains everything you need to perform Simon Clayton's Book Of Job: The Musical In your own home! Will 'Perfect man of the East' Job curse God to his face? Will Satan, the dashing angel with a dark side, win his bet? Does God really, as Karl Jung states in his Answer To Job (Routledge, 1952, p. 10) 'Not care a button for any moral opinion nor recognise any form of ethics as binding'? Find Out! Only in The Book Of Job: The Musical - The complete, annotated script! * Free gift offered in form of increased knowledge with which to engage potential friends in conversation The author accepts no liability should you fail to properly exploit said offer.< Less
Fringe Plays By Tara Varney, Bryan Colley
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These one-act plays premiered at the Kansas City Fringe Festival from 2008-2012. "Hexing Hitler": A writer and his friends put a curse on Hitler to end World War II using witchcraft.... More > "Sexing Hitler": German occupiers are contracting syphilis in astounding numbers, so Hitler orders the creation of inflatable pleasure dolls that they can carry in their packs to satisfy their urges. "Lingerie Shop": It begins as a steamy comedy, until one of the actresses curses the playwright and quits the play. A Pirandello-styled farce that deconstructs theatre and feminism. "Khaaaaan! the Musical": The Enterprise crew goes back in time to find the world trapped in 1980s culture and lorded over by the guitar god Khan. This rock-n-roll parody of "Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan" explores our nostalgic fixation on the past. "Jesus Christ, King of Comedy": The familiar tale of Christ is used to satirize our celebrity worshiping society when Jesus goes into show business and becomes the biggest entertainer in the Middle East.< Less