By Judith Prior

"Uncle Jack" uses the simple but very effective setting of a family celebration, along the lines of the ever popular and enduring Jack Hibbard script "Dimboola". Designed to have a minimum set, so as to make it very portable for groups wishing to tour, to perform in clubs and halls where set construction is difficult. The play is set in a church hall where the Wedding Anniversary of Harold and Maude Connolly is about to be celebrated.

Their two married daughters, Claire and Lorna are setting the table as Harold arrives with the news that their mother, Maude, has just been seen leaving town, on the back of a Harley Davidson motorbike. The girls have invited over one hundred guests, a band and a professional entertainer. Everyone will be able to identify with this dysfunctional family as their carefully planned special event becomes an hilarious disaster. Mum and Dad are fighting, the black sheep of the family "Uncle Jack" has turned up uninvited, somebody has spiked the punch and the Vicar is doing a creditable impression of The Vicar of Tiddley . . .

 

C A S T

4 male, 4 female, 1 male/female (The Vicar)

R U N N I N G  T I M E

Approx. 2 hours.

$17.50 AUD Plus $2.00 Postage

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