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Incomparable LouLou, The - Full Length Play, Comedy

Incomparable LouLou, The

Ron Clark

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Full Length Play, Comedy

4m, 3f

ISBN: 9780573628757

"Delightful.... A confection that is irresistible." - Miami News

"A Valentine's Day fable ... about perseverence, friendship., loyalty, love and money." - Palm Beach Daily News

"A mine field of jokes and gags.... LouLou is p…

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Full Length Play

Comedy

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The title character is a singer about to try for a comeback in a nightclub on Staten Island. Her old friend and accompanist tries to help and another old friend, a caterer, also attempts to boost her morale with help from the teenager who lives in the same apartment building. Meanwhile, LouLou's sister pushes her to publish her memoirs. The first performance is a bomb, but some of the sting is alleviated by the surprise appearance of LouLou's ex husband, now an up and coming congressman. Unfortunately, his amorous attempt at reconciliation is only an attempt to stop her from publishing her memoirs, especially certain incriminating photographs.
"Delightful.... A confection that is irresistible." - Miami News

"A Valentine's Day fable ... about perseverence, friendship., loyalty, love and money." - Palm Beach Daily News

"A mine field of jokes and gags.... LouLou is pretty and delightful, vulnerable yet strong and beautiful in the way of a woman born with a natural sensuality." - The Miami Herald

"Quick laugh material ... reshaped to achieve a distinct American flavor." - Fort Lauderdale News/Sun Sentinel

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4m, 3f

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Ron Clark

Ron Clark has been writing comedy for over 60 years. Born in Montreal, Canada, he started writing songs and sketches while at McGill University. He then headed for New York City where he spent several years writing monologues for the likes of Jack Carter, Alan King, Henny Youngman as well as dozens of other stand-ups of the period. Ron's Television credits include; The Jackie Gleason Show. The ... view full profile

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