You, Me and Mrs Jones: A Play for Youth Groups
Two unemployed teenagers who are uncertain about themselves and the world around them are sent on a quest to find "heroes fit to save the day." They encounter a hodge podge of humanity: violent street gangs, cranky religious sects, unscrupulous pop groups, television characters and even a family of vagrants. In this final encounter they appear to find their hero the elusive Mrs. Jones. Unable to persuade her to return with them, they go back to empty handed only to find that their commander has disappeared. Yet all is not lost they have gained knowledge and gone from being Nobody to Somebody. This fast moving comedy makes a serious statement in a delightful fashion. Notes about music for the production appear in the script.
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