The One-line: When an evil band of male pirates figures out that they can never defeat the good female pirates because "the good guys always win," they decide that the only way they can beat them, is to do something so diabolical, so sinister, that it will shake the foundations of evil itself: They become good guys.
Cast: 6 Females
7 Females or Males
Extras Males or Females
Set: As simple as an empty stage or a few rocks or an entire coastline.
Running Time: 70-75 Minutes
Publisher: Coming soon to Brooklyn Publishers
Formally known as The Good, the Bad, and the Pirates
and before that just Pirates.
Synopsis: On a beach in a unknown land, an evil band of male pirates seize upon some unsuspecting townsfolk during the town’s first annual “Make Fun of Pirates Day.” Just as they are about to be made to walk the plank, they are rescued by a band of good female pirates. The evil pirates vow revenge but are foiled each time because "the good guys always win." The evil pirates finally figure this out and do something the good pirates would never expect: The evil King turns over a new leaf, and becomes a good guy, which culminates in a humorous battle of good verses good. Appropriate for all ages.