Together with their assistant Kelsey, venture capitalists Beckman and Mortimer search for a device to be the heart of their next business, and the result is a parade of oddball inventors, each certain they've discovered the next big thing.
It's a super fun play, with a flexible cast of 6-15. Each of the roles can be played by either a boy or a girl, which should give schools a lot of flexibility, and there's a variety of roles, which will accommodate students with different skill/experience levels. But the most important thing is that it's a script where the kids can really play and have a good time (and so will the audience).
You can read a script preview on the site, which will give you a taste of it. If you know any high school drama teachers or drama students, please pass the word. I've had some very nice success with scripts published by Brooklyn, and I hope to see this play performed a lot in the future.