How to Marry the Minister

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How many ways can women connive to get the minister to marry them? This easy, fun show can be pulled off with a minimum of rehearsal.

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  • May Kramer
    20 minute comedy
    4 women

    Included in the collection Women are Funny, this short play shows the many ways these women connive to get the minister to marry them. It’s easy, fun and can be pulled off with a minimum of rehearsal.

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    Playwright

    May Kramer

    genre

    Comedy, Short Plays

    running time

    20-30 Minute Play

    women

    4

    royalty

    $10 per performance

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