Have you ever had the opportunity to read a full play script? Well, you do now. I wrote the stage play, "Country Comes to Buckhorn" in 2011, but have not submitted it as such, so I am presenting it to you in the original theatrical format. I hope you enjoy it.
Well, folks, this is the concluding installment of "Country Comes to Buckhorn." I hope you have enjoyed this stage play as much as I've enjoyed writing it for you.
This is a rewriting of "Jimmy Valentine" (Short story by O Henry) as a short play or skit. The script is easy to perform as school/ college drama. Contains detailed character list and stage directions
In the adaptation, the first scene of the play Waiting for Godot is interpreted based on the parable of the King is in the Field, presented by the first Lubavitcher Rebbe.
The "Country Comes to Buckhorn" saga continues with the aftermath of Lester Funderburk being accidentally shot by Arnold, the bear in Act 2 - Scenes 3-4.
This is "Country Comes to Buckhorn" Act 1 - Scenes 8 through 9, and its's the third installment of a two-act stage play, written by this author. If you would like to read the first part, click on https://hubpages.com/entertainment/Country-Comes-to-Buckhorn
This begins Act 2 - Scene 1 of Country Comes to Buckhorn. Follow the zany antics of the people in and around Buckhorn, Mississippi, a fictitious town in pontowok, fictitious county.
In Act 2 - Scene 1 and 2, the groundwork is laid for the return of Arnold the Bear, who first appeared in Act 1 - Scene 6. Deputy Jenkins and Lester Funderburk are in for their greatest adventure, next.
A stage scene script that takes place after the events of the fairy tale The Little Mermaid. This scene takes place a year after the wedding, and Mara is starting to become bored of life on dry land.