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Tut, Tut, Tutsy

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Tut, Tut, Tutsy

By: Craig Sodaro
Cast: 4 M, 8 F
Performance Time: Approximately 75 minutes, 65 pgs.

Tut, Tut, Tutsy

FARCE/MURDER-MYSTERY. The mummy of King Tut is on the loose and he wants his liver back! After business tycoon Mortimer Tutley purchases an urn containing King Tut’s liver, he receives a threatening note from King Tut demanding the liver back or “My curse I place upon your head, and you shall be the last one dead.” Terrified, Tutley sends his lawyer, Bowsley, to hire a detective to go undercover as an Egyptologist to investigate. But when Bowsely arrives at the detective agency, he accidentally hires two elderly gun-toting sisters instead. When the sisters arrive at Tutley Manor, they encounter several suspicious houseguests including two IRS agents masquerading as bubbly interns, a grim housekeeper, a spoiled niece and her “heir expectant” boyfriend, a relative who has secretly “borrowed” money to cover gambling debts, and an actress obsessed with mounting a production of “Peter Pan” so she can play the role of Tinkerbell. Twists and turns abound (and a couple of bodies turn up) before anyone can unwrap this mystery!

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Please remember it is necessary to purchase one script for each cast member and one royalty for each performance.

Scripts: $8.95 each
Royalty: $75.00/performance
Prompt Book: $16.00
Poster Package: $50.00 (50/pkg)
Distribution Rights: $75.00
Artwork Rights: $50.00
Play Pack: $255.00  (15 scripts for cast/crew, 1 royalty, 50 posters, 1 prompt book)

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Chicago-born playwright Craig Sodaro has published more than 100 plays, some of which have been performed internationally. Mr. Sodaro studied playwriting at Marquette University and worked as a teacher for 33 years. He now writes plays full-time and lives in the Colorado Rockies with his wife Sue.