Cruise Club

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Set sail for adventure on the cruise of a life-time to Bermuda aboard the beautiful Costa Lotta.  But it’s not all smooth sailing.  Someone is trying to poison the passengers and nobody knows who will be next. 

 
Will they make it through the Bermuda Triangle? Will they find the killer?  Where did those pirates come from and most importantly - what time is the midnight buffet? 
 
These questions and more will be answered as the cast and audience sing and laugh their way through another exciting  adventure.
 
See a ten minute overview of the play here

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The Crew.
Audience partication.

Cast

 Cast

1. Italian captain/singer/Antonio  Scorpioni  (Male but could be female)  Captain has been victimized of late due to Costa Concordia tragedy.
2. Cruise director /singer   Frankie Day (Male but could be female) Experienced Cruise Director but bored with his job and eager to finally retired at the end of this cruise.
3. Head steward /singer  Manuel (Male but could be female) Very vague and inefficient but with with ridiculous grin all the time. Squints frequently.
4. Male barman/singer  Bart  (Male) .  Thinks he is a bit of a cassanova.  Good friends with Doctor.
5. Female doctor/Entertainer  Doctor Eva  Boobalicious  (Female)  Efficient and unaware of her name being suggestive.
6. Old woman passenger Blanche Snippelthwatch  becomes Sally Forth (Female).  As Blanche, incredibly rude and bossy – think Mrs Bucket with fake posh accent.  As Sally very sweet and sexy (with an accent eg Irish)
7. Old man passenger  Howard  Snippelthwatch (Male)  Downtrodden, suffering husband enjoys his freedom when wife is poisoned.
8. Young woman passenger sister April Dawn (Female).  Sweet, innocent, kind young lady – never been on a holiday like this.
9. Gay passenger brother  Randy Night (Male).  Excitable, Happy, enthusiastic.
10. Male passenger brother detective Harry Noon (Male).  Tries to relax and enjoy the holiday but can’t help being a detective.
11. Additional Cast members can be added and may include 
1. Guest Singer Miss Crystal Chandelier or Male  (to take lead in songs)
2. Manuela Head of Housekeeping
3. Other passengers minimal-speaking – Mother with adult son.  Mother drags son along on cruise – he is obviously not enjoying himself.  Use these extra passengers to add atmosphere to scenes and include in songs and dancing at your discretion.  (Not included in this script)
Cast
1. Italian captain/singer/Antonio  Scorpioni  (Male but could be female)  Captain has been victimized of late due to Costa Concordia tragedy.
2. Cruise director /singer   Frankie Day (Male but could be female) Experienced Cruise Director but bored with his job and eager to finally retired at the end of this cruise.
3. Head steward /singer  Manuel (Male but could be female) Very vague and inefficient but with with ridiculous grin all the time. Squints frequently.
4. Male barman/singer  Bart  (Male) .  Thinks he is a bit of a cassanova.  Good friends with Doctor.
5. Female doctor/Entertainer  Doctor Eva  Boobalicious  (Female)  Efficient and unaware of her name being suggestive.
6. Old woman passenger Blanche Snippelthwatch  becomes Sally Forth (Female).  As Blanche, incredibly rude and bossy – think Mrs Bucket with fake posh accent.  As Sally very sweet and sexy (with an accent eg Irish)
7. Old man passenger  Howard  Snippelthwatch (Male)  Downtrodden, suffering husband enjoys his freedom when wife is poisoned.
8. Young woman passenger sister April Dawn (Female).  Sweet, innocent, kind young lady – never been on a holiday like this.
9. Gay passenger brother  Randy Night (Male).  Excitable, Happy, enthusiastic.
10. Male passenger brother detective Harry Noon (Male).  Tries to relax and enjoy the holiday but can’t help being a detective.
11. Additional Cast members can be added and may include 
1. Guest Singer Miss Crystal Chandelier or Male  (to take lead in songs)
2. Manuela Head of Housekeeping
3. Other passengers minimal-speaking – Mother with adult son.  Mother drags son along on cruise – he is obviously not enjoying himself.  Use these extra passengers to add atmosphere to scenes and include in songs and dancing at your discretion.  (Not included in this script)
 

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Production Costs

12.5% of Box Office.