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Bad Ideas for Bad Television Shows
a one act, comedy/drama
CATEGORY : COMEDY


COMPANY : Live Arts Theatre [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Belfry Playhouse (inside Norcross Presbyterian Church) [WEBSITE]
ID# 5141

SHOWING : October 06, 2017 - October 08, 2017

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

Two desperate NBC executives need a new prime time show and they need it now, so they’ve turned to the general viewing public for help. A ragtag collection of would-be producers show up in droves to submit ideas for the network’s next big hit, pitching everything from a sitcom starring Jean-Paul Sartre to a singing competition in which the contestants are encouraged to sabotage each other. A zany, satirical take on the absurdity of contemporary entertainment that won’t need a canned laugh track.

Recommended for Ages 13+ for Adult situations (comedic innuendo), and mild comedic violence


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