Company Matters – The Musical, Act I
A one-man interpretation
Company Matters Act is a musical comedy about corporate corruption and personal Integrity. It is a David and Goliath battle between the bully CEO and his ethical, compassionate office manager.
This is a one man interpretation of a show that has a cast of thousands, er I mean about 10 main characters with an ensemble. Watch the hats for the fat cats, the brats, the prats, the cool cats, the spats and the rats. It’s a laugh a minute as we watch the hats battle it out in this tale of business bunkum.
SCENE 4: EMAILS AND FEMALES
As women get on in life, it becomes more challenging to find a partner – someone to share time with, to be with as a companion. Online dating can hold promise for many, but long distance relationships are difficult to maintain. Also seeing someone face to face cannot be replicated over the Internet. How does Marlene cope as a single mother?
SCENE 6: I HAVE MY ORDERS
Frank has been ordered to fire Robert for dropping some equipment and breaking it. He just does as the boss JP (Mr Jerome Pugsely) orders. What is he afraid of? Why does he not stand up to him? What stops many people from doing what they know is right?
Company Matters – the Musical, Act II
A one man interpretation.
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When Harry found his dad after he’d tried to commit suicide, he was so mad that he went round to Globcom Systems to find Frank Lee Mr. Pugsley’s right hand man and takes out his anger on him. After he attacks Frank, he suddenly feels remorse. He doesn’t want to go back to jail – he’s already been there, and wants a new life, a fresh start while keeping out of trouble.
SCENE 4: UNDERWIRE BLUES
Pete and Veronica are the hardware and software managers respectively – and, as most people know these days in any high tech company they work long hours. It was Veronica’s birthday a while ago but only now do they have a chance to celebrate. Pete’s brought some gifts back to work for her. Will she like them?
SCENE 5: I AM THE VERY SYMBOL
So it’s Judgement Day for Mr. Pugsley the owner of Globcom Systems. He tried to cheat the system and defraud the IRS, but he was caught. High Noon, how will he fare? Will the Judge mete out justice today, or will Mr Pugsley get off lightly like so many executives before? He tried to cheat the system, defraud the IRS, but he was caught.