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Topics: Bullying, Broadway, Drama

Monday, 8 May 2017

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"We're collecting lunch money for charity purposes! " says Buster.

Broadway, get ready for some magic. Maine is coming to town.

The Maine theatrical creators of the hit play 'The Bully and the Cursed Child' are in exclusive talks with the Bollywood Theatre Group to bring the show to The Link Theater in New York.

The organizers plan will provide 'The Bully and the Cursed Child' with a bespoke home that will be intimate enough for a drama, yet deliver low priced tickets.

The play is about a peaceful minded group of school bullies who work for a fictitious leader called Buster the Clam, who is involved in a War with a female bully called Lizzy the Fish.

Buster is the first to get attacked after receiving a swift kick to the nuts by Lizzy who then starts collecting Buster's revenues from school lunch money. Lizzy then eggs Buster's house sending Buster into a raging madness.

"Buster is nothing but a chump, he can eat my dirty knickers," says Lizzy.

The drama puts into conflict the religious view points of a single member of Buster's gang and the groups mischievous missions.

The groups next mission is sneaking into Lizzy's locker during swimming classes and putting crab louse in her knickers. This starts a fight after school between Lizzy and Big Bertha who is Buster's older sister.

"Lizzy's getting clobbered now! My nightmare is over!", says Buster.

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