27 Short Plays about Being Murdered in a Hotel by Abba

27 Short Plays about Being Murdered in a Hotel by Abba : A Play

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Can you hear the drums Fernando? If you're all alone when the pretty birds have flown then take a chance on 27 Short Plays About Being Murdered in a Hotel by ABBA by William M. Razavi. The Swedish pop sensation ABBA is reunited in absurd form as they embark on a world tour that you will never forget, if you survive it. Detectives Asta and Greta follow in the wake of the mysterious crime spree trying to make sense of it all. With sly cinematic references ranging from Ingmar Bergman to several other filmmakers other than Ingmar Bergman, 27 Short Plays About Being Murdered in a Hotel by ABBA lives up to its name...insofar as the play consists of 27 short plays that are in some way about being murdered in a hotel...by ABBA. Don't miss the play that has more music than a play without music and surprisingly less music than a musical about playing competitive backgammon in Mumbai. "Mamma Mia! What a play!" - Estimated reaction of someone who might have seen the play. "I'm sending out an SOS for help getting up from my seat. Seriously, I can't get up." - Possible response of an audience member who wants to see the play again.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 128 pages
  • 139.7 x 215.9 x 8.13mm | 217.72g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514193876
  • 9781514193877

About William Mohammad Razavi

William Mohammad Razavi was born in Tehran, Iran, took his first steps at Fort Benning, Georgia and grew up in Texas. He is a graduate of Trinity University and Brandeis University. His plays include Lusitania, The Next-To-Last-Flight of Amelia Earhart, Macbeth, The Private Life of Ernest Hemingway, The Ricky Harrow Pitcher Show, Illuminati, Wenceslaus Square, The Complete Fragments of Menander: Some Assembly Required, The Sign of the Times, Sullivan's Detours and The Professionals. He is a freelance writer whose film and theatre criticism has appeared in the San Antonio Current and whose work has been produced across the country. He has done readings for Literary Death Match and Five Things Austin. An excerpt from his memoir, Turban Cowboy was published in Daily Life through World History in Primary Documents (Greenwood Press, 2009). In 2005 a high school named for him opened in Aligudarz, Iran. He is co-founder of the Southwest Association of Literary & Dramatic Artists and the Artistic Director of the Overtime Theater in San Antonio, Texas.show more