by Max Langert

In an undisclosed location deep in the woods, a blindfolded stranger with the codename V arrives to join a group of befuddled yet earnest patriots to count ballots from a recent election. Over the course of several days, a sense of claustrophobia and paranoia takes over as manager T oversees worker bees R and S, just as V begins asking too many questions. All the while, a guy named Chuck stands menacingly on guard in the corner as an ominous contraption known as “The Bloodhound” sits in the middle of the room, hungrily waiting to be fed. Little by little, identities are uncovered, loyalties are tested, and lunch is eventually procured. But will it be too late to make a difference in the election? 

  • Cast Size: 2M 3W
  • Running Time: 90+ minutes
  • Royalty: $75 per performance

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About the Playwright

Max Langert is a playwright, producer and storyteller living in Austin. His plays have been performed in New York, Los Angeles, Boston, Dallas and elsewhere. He’s told stories for Listen to Your Mother, The Moth, Testify, Austin Bat Cave and The Vancouver Story Slam. He’s produced benefit shows for The Autism Society, The SAFE Alliance, and VELA Families. In his spare time he’s raising two teenagers and wondering what to do with an old drum set in his closet. 

Average Rating: 5.0 out of 5 (1 votes)
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Francesca Penchant

Brilliant and funny

A Million More To Go was brilliant and funny. Really enjoyable read. Cleverly constructed. Had some great absurdist Samuel Beckett vibes, which I loved.

2 months ago

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