‘Footloose: The Musical’ (Rusty): “Ladies, should I take this one?”

Monologues from Footloose the musical

'Footloose: The Musical' by Dean Pitchford & Walter Bobbie

From: Musical

Type: Dramatic

Character: Rusty, a bit ditzy but she knows everything about everybody.

Gender: Male

Age Range: Teens | Late Teens

Summary: Rusty, probably for the millionth time, tells the story of the big town event.

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RUSTY: Well! Ladies, should I take this one? There were these four kids we all grew up with. And they were driving back from a big dance over in Baylor County. Now, maybe it was the rain that night, maybe they were being a little wild, but somehow they lost control of the car. It skidded across the bridge, crashed through the railing, and fell thirty-five feet into the Potawney River. And when the sheriff’s office published the autopsy report it claimed there was alcohol and marijuana in their blood. Well! Everybody in town went nuts. He convinced the Town Council that it was all a sin and… (Snaps her fingers.) …just like that, they passed this law.

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