Early One Evening at the Rainbow Bar and Grille

by  Bruce Graham

Full Length Play, Comedy  /  5m, 2f

"A wonderfully ghoulish fantasy in which people are released from their inhibitions and elect to spend their last few hours fulfilling themselves...Written with a zest for laughter and comic wit...[it] should have a healthy career here and in New Yor…

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Early One Evening at the Rainbow Bar and Grille

by  Bruce Graham

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Early One Evening at the Rainbow Bar and Grille

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    5m, 2f

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This is a wonderful, off beat variation on the saloon situation comedy. Nuclear bombs have destroyed much of the U.S. and various denizens of this working class bar are trying to decide what to do. Enter a travelling salesman who turns out to be is God, come to offer the bartender immortality if he will write a new Bible and get it right this time.
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"A wonderfully ghoulish fantasy in which people are released from their inhibitions and elect to spend their last few hours fulfilling themselves...Written with a zest for laughter and comic wit...[it] should have a healthy career here and in New York and any place else where people go to the theatre for a laugh." - Philadelphia Inquirer

"The preposterous, but often affecting and almost always hilarious proceedings are peppered by visual shtick and one liners." - Variety

"An engaging, entertaining evening of theatre." - New York Post

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  • Minimum Fee: $75 per performance

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5m, 2f
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Produced originally at the Philadelphia Festival for New Plays.

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