Katt Williams Persuasian Essay

Topics: Romeo and Juliet, Romance, Love Pages: 3 (864 words) Published: April 24, 2013
English 1302


Katt’s Soap Opera

Dear Katt,
It has been brought to my attention; that the past motion pictures you have acted in have not been as successful as we both thought. This in no way shape or form has any thing to do with your comic routines, as we both know they are a huge success and growing ever more popular day by day. The American public loves who you are, and what you stand for although my sources tell me that your acting needs some polishing up. This is what the people want and being on top as an actor and a comedian the sky is the limit for Katt Williams. This is not as big of a deal as it sounds. I have pulled some strings and have landed you an audition on Broadway. I know Katt Williams on Broadway? Yes this lead role is perfect for you it allows you to use your natural funny and mix it with some real acting. Soap Opera, David Ives doesn’t sound like the funniest play ever. You state in stand up you can’t judge a book by its cover the same goes for plays. This is exactly what your career is in dire need of.

Let me give you some background on this play. Your character will be a washing-machine repairman who falls in love with a Maypole Ocean IT-40 washing-machine. When I say falls in love I mean he is passionately in love with this inanimate object. He loves this particular machine because he is a dirty man, as his mother would say, and “the machine was here to cleanse me (1145). As he becomes more involved with this machine, he begins to feel guilty, and decides to break the news to his girlfriend Mabel. There are some similarities with his girlfriend and this washing-machine, one is their name are very similar Mable and Maypole. When Manny musters up the courage to tell her she presents him with a decision “me or machine. Earth or Ocean” (1146). To keep it in traditional comic humor he chooses the machine. Once Mabel is gone he gets so washed up in this machine; they begin to carry conversations with each other....
Continue Reading

Please join StudyMode to read the full document

You May Also Find These Documents Helpful

  • essay of william
  • williams essay
  • essay
  • essays
  • essay
  • Essay
  • William Faulkner Essay
  • Macbeth William Shakespear Essay

Become a StudyMode Member

Sign Up - It's Free