Costumed characters who have lived in Nashville (your town) all their lives, but who have never met... 'til now! The Nashville Nag is a homely homeless "fly-on-the-wall", who knows everybody's business, but never repeats a rumor... so you better listen closely the first time. She can talk a dog off a meat wagon! The Sheriff is here to arrest (the culprit CEO, COO, etc), completely outfitted in 1868 western outfit and props; he will attempt to serve papers. Screenplay quality; several industry themed scenarios.
Price Range: Base $600
Gig Length: 30 - 55 minutes
Known as Sheriff Ernest "T" Nash, he uses props of an 1868 Old West gun-toting, process server; in an 80 gallon cowboy hat, boots, chaps, spurs, rope or whip, Deputy "TBD" and "The Warrant"...Boy do we have the goods on YOU! Sheriff Ernest "T" Nash jumps to riding in astride a famous gilding signed by a long forgotten Country & Western Music DJ... the biggest stick horse you ever did see... Yeah, you'll recognize the horse's name (TBD)! The Nashville Nag is our resident bag lady, who is very vaudevillian, has a "more-than-a-ski-slope" nose, big ears, bucked teeth and a big mouth! She is layered couture; a true "one-of-a-kind" diva. She knows EVERYBODY and thinks she knows EVERYTHING. She can talk a dog off a meat wagon! The Sheriff is the prosecutor and the Nag is the defender in this custom-written comedy routine for groups. I started doing these custom designed characters as a singing telegram in 1991. There is no such thing as a boring company or industry! Not when we're finished with it!
Stage, sound, lights. 2 chairs.
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