Canned Peaches in Syrup
Original Works Publishing, Dec 2, 2013 - 101 pages
Synopsis: The timely post-apocalyptic comedy Canned Peaches In Syrup is set in a seemingly absurd and inconvenient future where global warming has reduced the planet to a desert wasteland, peopled by dwindling tribes of vegetarians and cannibals. Ma, Pa and Julie wander the blighted landscape in search of vegetable sustenance; but when the malicious prophet, Blind Bastard shows up and discovers they are the guardians of the very last can of fruit known to mankind, his greed sends cannibal Rog into their camp, triggering a Romeo and Juliet journey that spirals dangerously into passion, mayhem and destruction beneath the fractured sky of a doomed world.
Cast Size: 5 Males, 3 Females
"Romeo and Juliet crossed with Mad Max... A smart and wicked farce... This play's biggest achievement is making the audience roar with laughter as mankind literally devours itself limb by limb." - LA Times (Recommended)
"compelling and noteworthy" - Variety (Recommended)
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Hellz yeah!!!!!!! Like Romeo & Juliet in the apocalypse and on drugs. Amazing! Read this people! I wasn't familiar with Alex Jones because he is a UK writer and I haven't seen his work. Kudos to Original Works Publishing for giving us Americans a chance to discover him.