The Kankakee Cowboy in King Arthur's Court
Large Cast 5M, 15F, 30 Either
Approx. Running Time: 90mins
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Hank is your average 19th century cowboy, a bit bumbling perhaps, but a cowboy still. (Today, we might call him a nerd.) But this average bumbling cowboy’s life is turned upside down when he falls through a gopher hole and lands in the middle of medieval times. And he’s not the only one. Just like Hank, Mark Twain, “the great American Novelist,” has been transported through time to a place of dirty peasants, witch burnings, and coconuts. Wait— coconuts?
With showgirl Knights of the Round Table from Las Vegas, a silly king, and an insecure sorcerer— what else could go wrong?
Based on the novel by Mark Twain, (and other bits of silliness,) The Kankakee Cowboy in King Arthur’s Court is galloping good fun with quests, duels, dancing, and a scary beast with big pointy teeth.