Father's Prize Poland China
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Once upon a time there lived in the heartland of America a farmer who had a successive string of prize Poland China hogs and two daughters, one plain and home grown, the other pretty and home flown. A gigolo enters their lives in a most upsetting manner. The plain daughter misconstrues his attentions and tumbles head over heels for the man, his charm and his high shining boots. It's the pretty one, however, who spends her nights entertaining the gigolo and ends up a fool for love with a black eye. The plain daughter intends to lure the gigolo into marriage by sharing with him the deed to the farm. But a third women who has lured father into marriage also has her eye on the deed. A lot of squealing ensues from both humans and hogs when the gigolo is found shot to death and discovered to have been married with children. Who did it? And what's wrong with father? Is he dead or alive? And what has become of the prize hog? It's a rollicking ending to a cleverly funny play. Winner of the American College Theatre Festival XXVI.