We’ve often thought about how Al Pacino must feel walking down the street. What we mean is, wherever he looks he see his face on posters, jackets, hats, and van art as Tony Montana from Scarface. The 1983 film about a Cuban drug lord with a terrible Spanish accent, has become part of our collective culture. Kids love it too, even though they really shouldn’t watch movies where a dude gets chopped up by a chainsaw. So, it was only a matter of time before someone created a children’s play version of Scarface. One might ask, “What kind of parents would let their kids be in a play about a foul mouthed cocaine dealer?” The answer: awesome parents.
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