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Ferguson, Eric (American playwright, new media specialist, 1963-____), “Money Means Everything,”

a 7-minute comedy/satire in English, set in U.S. Mint, 1997,

2m,

© 1997 by Eric Ferguson, script/rights available from Eric Ferguson, 5732 Bossen Terrace #2, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55417, U.S.A., home telephone and fax 612-726-6364, e-mail fergie@pioneerplanet.infi.net, http://celt.net/ferguson/money.htm. Cited by Eric Ferguson via ftp November 25, 1998; Ferguson says,

Dramatis Personae Mr. Ripple (m), age immaterial, focussed printing quality controller; Mr. Slogothy (m), age immaterial, unfocussed printing quality controller.

Synopsis “Mr. Ripple and Mr. Slogothy are inspecting new bills. Slogothy ranges off into other subjects, while Ripple ignores him to attend the task at hand.

Comment “Props are a magnifying glass and some pieces of paper that will pass for currency. This play requires actors who can wrap their mouths around some tricky words.”

See also Eric Ferguson’s

  • The Bomber,” a 10-minute satire  in English, set outside the White House, 1995, 3m
  • The Car,” a 25-minute satire in English, set on any road, anytime, 1991, 3m or 3f or 1m2f or 2m1f
  • Themes alliteration, currency, money, language, politics, precision, rocks.
     

     

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