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Jihad Jones and the Kalashnikov babes

Author: Yussef El Guindi
Publisher: New York, NY : Dramatists Play Service, Inc., [2014]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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"Ashraf is an actor who has just received rave reviews for his performance of Hamlet at a struggling theatre in Los Angeles. But he's only earning $200 a week and he's having trouble paying the bills. He needs his big break. And that's just what is smarmy agent is offering: a starring roll [sic] in a Hollywood blockbuster. Big money, working for his favorite director, and playing opposite his favorite Tinsel Town  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Drama
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Yussef El Guindi
ISBN: 9780822231776 0822231778
OCLC Number: 891946883
Description: 55 pages ; 20 cm
Responsibility: by Yussef El Guindi.

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"Ashraf is an actor who has just received rave reviews for his performance of Hamlet at a struggling theatre in Los Angeles. But he's only earning $200 a week and he's having trouble paying the bills. He needs his big break. And that's just what is smarmy agent is offering: a starring roll [sic] in a Hollywood blockbuster. Big money, working for his favorite director, and playing opposite his favorite Tinsel Town starlet. All Ashraf has to do is play the most stereotypically evil, fanatical Islamic terrorist ever to grace the silver screen. Jihad Jones follows Ashraf as he battles the infamous slippery slope, while hilariously balancing his personal ethics and cultural pride against his professional ambition."--The publisher.

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