Mark Clark

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Mark Clark is an Aussie songwriter, scriptwriter, voice over, author and drama coach. He was Pip in the ABC's version of Ethel Turner's Seven Little Australians.

The Gods' Show


Synopsis

LOGLINE
The Roman Gods intend to steal Mount Olympus from the Greek Gods but who is that guy in the cricket gear with the halo on his helmet?

SHORT SYNOPSIS
The Roman Gods are planning to take over Mount Olympus from the Greek Gods. Who will be their saviour? Not Rex Oedipus – he has a genetic disorder. Pluto’s magic potion has everyone falling in love with the wrong person (even Cerberus gets in on the act). Jupiter is jealous of his wife, Juno, who is in love with Pluto. Zeus is scared of his wife, Hera, who is in love with Pluto; Aphrodite and Athena love Pluto and Pluto loves himself. Add to this: two drunken yobbos, Dionysus and Poseidon; a mercurial Hermes; a feminist Artemis; a bunch of Roman gangsters; the rumour of a cricket match and a telecast of ‘Zeus – This is your Life’ by Solly and Rachel Oedipus aided by characters called Make-up and Wardrobe. So who will save the day?


What you will get with The Gods' Show

  • Script in two .doc files for Act 1 and Act 2.
  • Cast list.
  • Lyrics for all songs.
  • Props and FX list.
  • Simple chord charts.
  • Full score. 
  • Individual instrument score.
  • Piano-vocal score.
  • Backing tracks for all 12 songs in the show, without vocals.
  • All 12 songs with vocals recorded by Mark Clark.
  • Sound effects.
  • Artwork.

Listen to a few songs from the show


Perusal material


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The Gods Show (Digital Download)
499.00

The Roman Gods intend to steal Mount Olympus from the Greek Gods but who is that guy in the cricket gear with the halo on his helmet?

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