Brother Bailey’s Pageant of Moral Superiority and Creation Science Island Jamboree

Binky and Simone have a kameah-meah super problem! If they don’t get an “A” in the science fair they’re going to end up in summer school locked away from all the other Beach Buddy Tagalongs. What’s standing in their way? SCIENCE. Luckily Brother Bailey is here to get rid of those pesky “science standards,” but will popular moral opinion be enough to defeat the evils that lurk within mountains of proven scientific evidence? And will the mystical eastern art of karate be enough to stop those fuddy-duddy sharks from scaring away all the fun? This play takes a look at science, religion, and how we perceives them in society, in the style of a wacky and carefree 1960’s beach-blanket movie.

6M 2F. 70min. Comedy

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“…a show full of satire, groovy beach wear, science, religion, murder, and enough sexual innuendo to make 100 teen age guys cream their trunks. “Brother Bailey’s Pageant of Moral Superiority and Creation Science Island Jamboree” has all of that and more.
The script and cast have the satire down squarely and drive a few knives into Religious Extremism. Laughs are abundant and the jokes are very fresh. I can say I generally laughed my ass off and that is not an overstatement. I nearly busted a gut with the ending. I will not give it away, but writer Brad Cupples out did himself. Don’t miss this one if you want to go to heaven”.
– Brian Griffin, The Conveyor