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Tuesday, 31 July 2007

image for Mark Lowton to star in SPOOFALICIOUS, a Broadway Musical
"I know it's a stretch for me but I play an evil troll"

Tricky Ricky has reserved the Ed Sullivan Theatre to put on what's being billed as the show of the century. SPOOFALICIOUS, which is slated to open on New Year's Eve will star the literary twinkle-toes himself, Mark Lowton. Legends Kevin Bacon of Footloose fame and John Travolta are training him. "I don't want my fans to be concerned. I will not let the musical interfere with the upcoming movie."

The Trickster came up with the idea over lunch on his 301 foot Schooner with his friends Katja Kassin, Ice La Fox, Sara Jay, Buffy the Body, Cheyenne and Elke the Stallion. "I know Mark is a little concerned with his voice but that's why I got him the best vocal coaches around, Neil Diamond and Barry Manilow," said Ricky confidently. Ticket sales for the 461-seat amphitheater have already been sold out 8 months in advance.

Larry King, who plays and evil troll in the show, said he was so excited he had to change his 'Depends' twice. The plot of the story has not yet been made public but insiders believe it has to do with a royal wordsmith that has a son who grows up to be a linguistically gifted master of the written word called Spoofaloticus Maximus Prime. The show will end in a deadly battle between Prime and 3 Amazonian bimbos named Pariseous Stluticous to the Hiltonicus, Nicoleticus Itchety Crotchetus and Lindsayous Drunketous Crashicus.

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