Nietzche’s Nose – Comedy about a dysfunctional family
A play about a seriously dysfunctional couple: Frederick: a slovenly, cantankerous husband, who firmly believes in his own superiority over everyone – including his talented wife Alice who somehow still manages to get the last word in! Frederick and Alice two are visited by his brother, Kurt who has news of their daughter, who was summarily thrown out of the family home some years previously. Kurt is also on a mission to get Frederick to help their ailing father, and has brought God with him as a Christian to use as a guilt trip in this comedy about a dysfunctional family.
When Frederick’s health suddenly gets worse, they all have to find the real source of the problem….
A comedy with abrupt mood swings that makes this a challenging play for actors, but nevertheless, quite enjoyable.
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Author: George Freek
Type: Four act play
Genre: Dark comedy about a dysfunctional family
Cast: 4-5M, 1F
Ages of the actors: Adult.
Suitable for:All ages
Set: FREDERICK and ALICE’S modest living-room
Level of difficulty: 8/10 – A comedy with abrupt mood swings that makes this a challenging play for actors, but nevertheless, quite enjoyable.
Cost is $5.50 for this new digital script by a well known author.
Copyright © December 2016 George Freek and Off The Wall Play Publishers
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