A pie shop erupts into panic after Franny, a brash cat-lady, announces the arrival of the apocalypse. A Lord of the Flies parody.
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About 30 minutes
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2 M | 10 W | 7 Any Gender
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A parody of Lord of the Flies by William Golding.
A pie shop erupts into panic after Franny, a brash cat-lady, announces the arrival of the apocalypse. Franny starts to reconstruct society (called Frannyland) in the tiny pie shop and takes out anyone who stands in her way with baby food and scotch tape.
Is the apocalypse real? Will the bathroom serve as an adequate prison? Why is there a muffin tin in a pie shop? Lord of the Pies answers these questions and more.
2 Men, 10 Women, 7 Any Gender
roll of tape, jar of green pea baby food, spoon, muffin pan, pie, purse, perfume, cans of filling
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