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The Hysterical History of Cleopatra

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 Short comedy play about the famous Egyptian Queen

CAST OF CHARACTERS

9 or more actors
(as few as 7 with doubling)
2-4 females and 4-6 of any gender

(in order of appearance)

SHU - head of marketing

BABI* - marketing assistant

GEB* - marketing assistant

NUT - marketing assistant that loves snakes

SIRI - Information specialist who wears something like a mysterious cloak with an Apple symbol. She does not like Alexa.

ALEXA - Information specialist who can have an Amazon symbol on her cloak or have an Amazonian look to her. She does not like Siri.

CLEOPATRA** - the Queen of Egypt - need I say more?

SERVANT** - Cleopatra’s administrative assistant

*SIRI’s actor can play CLEOPATRA and ALEXA can play SERVANT if needed - if they double SIRI can have a wig, hood or mask that hides her face so we can easily become CLEOPATRA in the next scene)

BABI and GEB’s lines can be divided up between other actors if more are available
(This is an interactive play with audience participation. Before the play begins, some of the actors should practice the following with the audience.  NUT is the chant leader but others in the cast can help. If extra actors are available, you can have someone appear with a sign with the audience phrases in bold)
  • When NUT cues you with “Cleopatra” say - “All hail Cleopatra!”
  • When NUT gets excited about snakes, go “Hiss!”
  • When Alexander the Great is mentioned say, “He’s grrreat!”
  • When you hear “Little Caesar” say “Pizza! Pizza!”
 
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File Last Updated:
July 03, 2017
This title was added to our catalog on July 03, 2017.