Mr Happiness/The Water EngineT0380374790
Originally written as radio plays, both stem from a 1930ís radio station where Mr. Happiness is the agony uncle of yesteryear. This 25 minute monologue takes the audience on an exquisite journey as Mr. Happiness helps solve problems from across the country, some tragic, some funny, but all of them compelling. The Water Engine is a radio thriller where young inventor Charles Lang creates a machine so brilliant that it will change the world forever; an engine that runs on water. Looking only to protect his invention and provide a better life for his sister Rita, Charles must triumph over the life-threatening Oberman and his conglomerate to give this marvel to the world, but at what price?
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