Yankee Doodle Dandy Vaudeville Skit (Good for Fourth of July)

Need four people, preferably two men and two women. The women should have long skirts on and the men skinny black ties. Need a piano player for the stage. The four people start singing the first half of Yankee Doodle Dandy with piano playing. They stop and then the first person on stage turns to the second person and says, "Hey, Dave, how are a duck and George Washington alike?" The second person, with his hands on his hips, says, "I don't know, Marge. How are a duck and George Washington alike?" Marge replies, "One has a bill on his face and the other has his face on a bill!" Dave laughs or slaps his knees. Then he turns to the third person and says, "Did you hear the one about the Liberty Bell?" The third person laughs and says, "Yeah! It cracked me up!" The third person turns to the last person and says, "Do you know what George Washington said as he crossed the Delaware?" The last person says, "No, what?" The third person says, "Next time, I'm going to reserve a seat." Then the music starts up and the group sings the second half of Yankee Doodle Dandy and then they sashay off the stage as the curtain closes.

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Oct 29, 2015
Yankee Doodle Dandy
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Sep 25, 2014
Great submission
by: Deborah

That is an awesome skit! Great for seniors too! Thank you so much for submitting it.

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