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Holy Moly

From 12 member  reviews
Members say: Great writing, Entertaining, Original, Great acting, Ambitious

About the show

JCS Productions presents a new play about four young women who mix booze, cash, and drugs, and behave very badly. More…

Sue sings blues tunes to calm herself down. Tabitha thinks vigilantes are trying to kill her. Ella and Lisa need money and a ride home for Christmas. Thus begins the romanticized romp and madness of 'Holy Moly.' Inspired by a play within writer/director Jake Shore’s novel, 'A Country for Fibbing,' 'Holy Moly' is dreamed up by one of the book’s central characters. The concurrent debuts of 'Holy Moly' and 'A Country for Fibbing' mark the first time a play and a correlating novel have been released simultaneously in the U.S.



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