16 Jul 2012 08:53 UTCMon 16 Jul 2012 - 8:53 am UTC
As everybody knows, ‘Happy as Larry’ was a Musical that played on Broadway a good few years ago.
Even though it starred Burgess Meredith (who played Larry as well as doing the Staging) and Gene Barry, it failed to match the successes of Oklahoma!, Carousel, Annie Get Your Gun, Call Me Madam or Kiss Me Kate.
However, with a few important changes, I reckon that it’s now overdue for a revival.
For obvious reasons, I can’t give too much away but, for example, I intend changing the Tailors into Rug Makers and Larry himself, who is an international rug dealer, will also have a boat. This will lead naturally to a few Sea Shanties and Sailors’ Hornpipes.
Of course, Larry’s rug business is merely a cover for his more important activities as an undercover CIA agent.
Additionally, Larry also has a very successful Elvis Tribute Act which naturally leads to further musical numbers.
The reason that Larry is happy is because he always manages to come out on top and the reason I feel confident about the new musical is because it will inspire many people to prosper regardless of the difficulties they face.
However, I myself now require some help and I am sure that some Ucluer can help me resolve the minor problem of how to raise the finance.
Researchers David Sarokin, Oliver Scriptor and q21 and commentators like Ribuck and Myoarin could easily dig into their own pockets to get the show on the road.
Please post your offers as Comments and next week I will invite the Researcher with the most useful suggestions to post an answer.
16 Jul 2012 17:35 UTCMon 16 Jul 2012 - 5:35 pm UTC
"I will gladly dig into the pockets of David Sarokin..."