Viva La Muerte!
Osmond, Gordon (American playwright, 1974-____), “Viva La Muerte!”
a 35-minute interactive comedy in English, set anywhere, 2001,
© 2001 by Gordon Osmond;
• in Gordon Osmond’s Viva La Muerte! (Chula Vista, California, U.S.A.: The Author, 2001);
• script/rights available from Gordon Osmond, 684 Ayamonte Way, Rancho del Rey, Chula Vista, California 91910-7840, U.S.A., e-mail email@example.com, http://www.gordonosmond.com, http://www.CurtainUp.com, telephone (home) 619-216-1391, (work) 619-216-8077, fax 619-216-8077.
• Cited by Gordon Osmond via ftp December 22, 2001; Osmond says,
Tommy Tequila (m), adult, cafe owner; Thanksamillian (m), adult, Emperor of Mexico, a suspect; Carlotta (f), adult, deranged wife of Thanksamillian, a suspect; Consuela Papaya (f), adult, _____.
“A murder occurs at the bordertown cafe of Tommy Tequila. The suspects include Thanksamillion, Emperor of Mexico and his deranged wife, Carlotta. The audience is polled to decide who-done-it.
“Mystery dinner theatre without dinner. Audience participation, adaptable.
• One scene, minimal production requirements. Performed as the entertainment for a benefit for the Chula Vista Public Library, San Diego, California, U.S.A.”
• Identified as a full length-comedy on Gordon’s Website.
audience participation, cafe, murder, border town, insanity, suspicion.