'A Groundwork Orange'

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Submitted: January 30, 2017

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"You've just got to see the new play, 'A Groundwork Orange,' the new one-man, one act play, brought to you by 'Mushroom Cloud Entertainment,' loosely based on Stanley Kubrick's 1971 landmark film, the play tells the story of 'Ronald Dump' who's elected president of the United States of America, despite being an egotistical whopper dick. The caught-by-surprise dick sets about systematically screwing up everything that made America great, and special, in a series of unnecessarily-confrontational phone calls to key former allies, and more importantly, key antagonists, nuclear armed antagonists. The audience is able to hear, but not see, the target of an angry Dump's expletive-laced tirades, as 'The Orange One' lays the groundwork for WW III. I must warn the viewer right now, the play is over, almost as soon as it begins, so you may want to make dinner plans, contingent on there still being restaurants.
 

Robert Deniro was asked to star, but, after he let his true feelings about the real president be known, loudly, in a four-letter rant, unknown actor Pee-Wee Manwich was given the role. It very well should be his big break, depending, as he captures the pathetic, child-like egotism of the real president perfectly, showing what it must be like to be a 70 year old 5th grader, playing at understanding adult problems. So, hurry and see this important play, before actual world events shut it down."

 

 

 


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