|Production Fees (Global)||
AUD$120 per performance
The purchase of a single script infers no Copying or Performance rights. (Scripts and music can’t be copied for readings, auditions or rehearsals without purchasing the Copying Fee.) The fee gives you the right to copy the script and musical scores that you have purchased as many times as you need for these performances.
To stage a performance, you must announce your performance dates to Maverick Musicals and state whether you are or are not charging for tickets. This will dictate what kind of royalty fee you will be invoiced for.
Copying Fees (for rehearsal materials) and a Performance License must be obtained before your production can take place. Our streamlined system means that a Performance License Application is activated when you order the Basic or Deluxe Package. (Please note that it is a breach of Copyright to copy scripts and music, or to perform musicals or plays without the Publisher’s permission.)
Piskeys Down Under
AU$45.00 – AU$245.00 ex GST
Elves, gnomes, leprechauns; where would theatre restaurant be without the wee folk eh? Of course there’s wee folk and there’s wee folk. And the Cornish Piskey (a belligerent sprite at the best), is one height-challenged creature it’s wise to avoid crossing. But what brings the Piskeys down under? Nothing less than the extinction of the entire Piskey race, that’s what. Jacko and Johnno, the last remaining Piskeys have travelled to the Antipodes in search of an intelligent, sober and chaste human woman to be their queen. But when their attempts at wooing go astray they enlist the help of Ernest P Smuggins, a Rotunda salesman in need of money to win the favour of his boss, the delectable Jacqueline Gazunder. With the local Cornish Fair quickly approaching, the town Brass Band is practising for the Battle of the Brass competition, the local bakery is cooking the world’s largest pastie and the local girls are vying to be crowned Queen of the Fair and all is in place for Theatre restaurant’s stupidest plot, explained and elucidated by the play’s resident plot analyst, Evelyn Charmers.
So do the Piskeys get their queen? Does Smuggins get his boss? Does the Brass Band play even a single note correctly? Does the giant pastie explode? Does the audience survive the onslaught of rapid one-liners, sight gags and onstage antics? All this and more is answered in ‘Piskeys Down Under’!