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The Fried Kobassa

by J. Robert Wilkins

A girl-heavy wacky camp comedy that centres on some missing luncheon meat.

Average Producer Rating:

 About 40 minutes

Times given are approximate and do not include intermissions/scene changes/breaks


 11
2 M | 9 W


Simple Set


 30 pages

Reviews from Past Producers

Inspector Kapusta will leave no stone unturned to find the camp cook's missing kobassa. Okay, maybe he'll leave a couple of stones unturned. Okay, maybe he's a pretty bad detective but that just makes the play all the more hilarious.

A light-hearted romp with the funniest of all the red meats at its centre: FRIED KOBASSA!


Characters

 11
2 Men, 9 Women

Katelyn [W]
45 lines
18 years old. A summer employee. She wears jeans and T-shirt.
Cook [M]
56 lines
Early 20’s. He is unshaven with unkempt hair and poorly dressed. His apron is extremely dirty.
Nicole [W]
24 lines
19 years old. A summer employee. She wears jeans and a T-shirt.
Inspector Kapusta [M]
114 lines
Early 20’s. He is dressed in a plaid shirt, trousers with suspenders, a ball cap, an overcoat, and rubber boots. His character is most effective if he speaks in a Ukrainian or Eastern European accent.
Samantha [W]
23 lines
16 years old. A camper
Amy [W]
21 lines
16 years old. A camper
Callie [W]
25 lines
15 years old. A camper
Lindsay [W]
24 lines
15 years old. A camper
Nurse [W]
52 lines
Early 20’s. The camp nurse. She is dressed in a nurse’s uniform.
Amber [W]
52 lines
16 years old. She is dressed in a cheerleader’s outfit.
Katie [W]
42 lines
16 years old. She is dressed in a cheerleader’s outfit.


Prop List

spoon, craft bag, origami sculpture, wad of paper, pen, notepad, pail, broom, napkins, CD player, grease-stained paper bag


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The Fried Kobassa
by J. Robert Wilkins

 About 40 minutes

Times given are approximate and do not include intermissions/scene changes/breaks


 11
2 M | 9 W


Simple Set


 30 pages

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