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Enron the Musical?

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#1 hlburi


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Posted 30 November 2006 - 06:18 PM




Laugh at the parodies of familiar Broadway
show tunes in this social satire as you finally understand what really happened at Enron.
This two act play tells the story of Enron from the perspective of a former employee. He shares stories about Ken Lay, Jeff Skilling, and Andy Fastow with each scene having a delightful tune to get you laughing, sometimes mad, and a little bit sad. Learn about the California energy crisis, the Nigerian barge deal, the broadband fiasco, Valhalla, and of course, the off-book debt that sank the company.


Scene I
The Sound of Shredding
Scene II
Enron’s a Brand New Name
Scene IV
They Called the Scam Valhalla
Scene III
The Capitol Heard
Scene V
Scene VI
At Enron
Scene VII
A Secretary Is for Affairs
Scene VIII
Primetime for Skilling
Scene IX
When You’re Good to Andy
Scene X
On Broadband
Scene XI
Scene XII
There’s No Business Like Barge Business
Scene XIII
Thank Heaven for Off-Book Deals


Scene I
Ya Got Trouble in Bayou City
Scene II
My Advice
Something Bad
Scene III
(How Do You Solve a Problem Like) Jeff Skilling?
Scene IV
I’ve Forgotten, Oh Well
Scene V
If I Sold My Enron
Scene VI
Seventy-Six Indictments
Scene VII
Scene VIII
Get Me to the Court on Time
When I Was a Chairman
Scene IX
Jus Stuff
Scene X
Enron (Field)
Scene XI
Enron is Alright
Scene XII
Cast Off in a Crowd
I’ll Go Home
Scene XIII
So Long, Farewell
Curtain Call There’s No Business like Barge Business (reprise)

#2 Cushie

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Posted 30 November 2006 - 06:49 PM

Interesting, to say the least.

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