Comedy- It's the late 1980's.  A widow attempts to boost business with a "big idea" promotion to capitalize on recent Elvis sightings.   All is well until "the king" makes his final surprise appearance just moments before the event. It's a mad scramble with everyone trying to deal with an out of control situation. 

“ I had the opportunity to read/hear this play through Playwright Center's Member Open Play. It reads aloud so easily — Warm and inviting — With big action that snowballs hysterically. At the center are Marge and Mavis — two delightful lead roles for women of an older generation. So refreshing! Writer Smith makes dialogue look easy in this lilting comedy stocked with compelling, sympathetic characters. Fun, too, to see a nostalgic small-town period piece set in recent era — The 1980's. This would be a fun show for a regional or community theater. ”Rachel Carnes NPX

Finalist B Street Theatre New Comedy Festival.  Sacramento, CA

Finalist Theatre Victoria Playwriting Contest. Victoria, TX

Finalist Maxim Mazumdar New Play Competition Alleyway Theatre. Buffalo, New York
Finalist Mountain Playhouse International Comedy Playwriting Contest.

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Christopher G. Smith