The Meaning of Life and Other Vanities
by Paul McCusker, Tim Albritton
Musical Revue / Cabaret, Drama / 4m, 4f
A Broadway-style musical revue for a mixed cast of almost any size that intertwines music and sketches to examine the futility of life without God. Based on the Book of Ecclesiastes, it presents a variety of contemporary people and situations as they look for the meaning of life in unsuccessful ways.
Situations include: Radio station FUN-104; Pepskin the world's first combination soft drink, mouthwash and acne medicine; a mock-opera about middle class living, and much more. Vocal score published in text.
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- Time Period: Present Day
- Features / Contains: Contemporary Costumes / Street Clothes
- Musical Style: Classic Broadway
- Vocal Demands: Moderate
- Orchestra Size: Small/Combo
- Chorus Size: No Chorus
SECOND FEMALE CALLER
- Expandable casting
- Flexible casting
- Room for Extras
Minimum of eight: 4m and 4f.
Music Material Rental Packages
9 Piano/Conductor Scores