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Rachel Brittain



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Rachel Brittain's plays including biography, theatres, agent, synopses, cast sizes, production and published dates

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        Funny Business - the Musical

Funny Business - the Musical

Funny Business - the Musical
When low morale threatens the Toronto branch of Chime Communications Canada, five ordinary office workers must mount a team-building talent show to savetheir jobs. Meet Stuart, the lovable yet inappropriate office manager, Marcus, the smooth talking sales rep, Diane, the tough as nails marketing manager, Brie, the perky and scheming receptionist, and Jack, the awkward guitar-playing intern. Together, they must use their hidden talents to sing, dance and manipulate their way through the talent show, which ultimately degenerates into a every-man-for-themselves battle of office skills, where only one will walk away without a pink slip. Featuring a sales versus marketing salsa, a fowl-mouthed printer puppet, and more office backstabbing than HR can handle, the team must learn to keep it together without tearing each other apart. This fast-paced, comedic romp through office culture features a catchy, original pop-musical score, and five unforgettable characters that you're bound to recognize from around the water cooler. an exciting and fun new musical, Funny Business is the perfect production for cubicle dwellers and blue collars alike.

Music by Daniel Abrahamson; lyrics by Daniel Abrahamson; book by Daniel Falk; book by Rachel Brittain

1st Produced:
Diesel Playhouse, Toronto    2007


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comedy Musical

Male:  3            Female:  2            Other:  -

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