Love is a tricky little devil.

It has the power to command great sacrifice from those it touches. Enter Justin. A loser who’s most exciting moment in any given day is the house salad/no dressing he orders on his lunch break from corporate HateMyJob. But when a bizarre and curiously naive woman named April shows up in his life, he is forever changed. Suddenly the world is bright and full of hope, and nothing could ever change that…until April is mysteriously kidnapped by demons.

Finding an ancient summoning book amongst her things, Justin draws a circle on the ground and commands the power of the one demon marked in the book by a red ribbon. The demon Lo. While justin tries desperately to keep control of the demon he has summoned, Lo has other plans for the tasty human who sits just inches away behind his protective circle. From singing demons, to talking hands, dancing bartenders and human sized rats, Justin’s love is put to the ultimate test, not to mention Lo’s ego. Love is Hell, and Hell is funny.

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Cast and Crew

Directed By
Travis Betz

Produced by
Jessica Petelle-Slagle
Aaron Gaffey

Music By
Scott Glasgow

Jeremiah Birkett - Lo
Since the late 80's Jeremiah W. Birkett has been one of the hardest working actors around. He has performed on the Broadway Stage (Grapes Of Wrath, Top Dog Underdog), The small screen (The Tenth Kingdom, Seinfeld, Coldcase, ect.), as well as the large (L.A. Confidential, The Crossing Guard, Evan Almighty).

Sarah Lassez - April
Sarah Lassez broke out on the indie scene with her critically acclaimed performance as the ill-fated Angela in Robert M. Young's, Rooster. She is best known for her work as the beloved character Egg in Gregg Araki's Nowhere and as Annie 2 in Abel Ferrara's The Blackout. Sarah recently has garnered rave reviews for her award-winning performance in the indie cult film Mad Cowgirl. Her memoir, "Psychic Junkie", published by Simon & Schuster, was featured in The New York Times, The Today Show, People Magazine and Entertainment Weekly.

Ward Roberts - Justin
Born and raised in Indiana, Ward Roberts is an actor and filmmaker living in Los Angeles with his wife, dog and two cats. He has appeared on CBS in CSI:NY, The History Channel, and E! Television, and starred in several feature films, including Lo director Travis Betz's previous film joshua

Devin Barry - Jeez
Aaron Gaffey - Waiter
Sarah Larissa Deckert -The Demon Rat
Liz Loza - June
Travis Betz - May

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Purchase the digital script of The Demon Lo and consider putting it up! We’ll also send you a sample of the contract so you can see skim whilst holding your throbbing temples in confusion (OK, it’s actually very straight forward stuff). If you decide you’re not interested you still keep the script for your personal pleasure. You will not be able to copy, print or email this version, as it has been protected.

$20 the Demon Lo - preview Script

This is the best decision you have ever made. Here we will send you a digital version of the script that you can print, copy, or email to your cast and crew. Along with that we will send you the contract to be signed and emailed back. Break-a-leg!

$100 The Demon Lo - Production package

FAQ

Q: WHY DO I HAVE TO PAY TO READ THE PREVIEW SCRIPT?

A: Essentially when you order the preview script you are purchasing it to own, just like any book or play you might download to your e-reader. You will not be able to make copies or email the script. It is strictly for reading pleasure. Any other uses of the preview script and we’ll send The Demon Jeez over to your house to fiddle with your insides. Believe us…that hurts.

Q: HOW MANY SCRIPTS DO I HAVE TO BUY?

A: We charge a flat fee of $100. You will receive one electronic script. You may then email it to your cast and crew as well as print and make copies for them.

Q: HOW MUCH ARE THE ROYALTIES?

A: The producer shall pay the author a flat rate of $50 per performance for a theatre of 99 seats or less. In a theatre with 100 seats or greater, the producer shall pay the author a royalty of five percent (5%) of the gross weekly box office or $50 for each public performance, whichever is greater, and commencing with the first public performance.

Q: WHEN DO I NEED TO SEND MY ROYALTY PAYMENTS?

A: The author’s compensation shall be due within seven (7) days after the end of each performance week. Anyone found in violation of this may be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. Also we’ll send The Demon Jeez over. He’s kind of our muscle.

Q: DO I HAVE TO PAY A ROYALTY IF MY NOT CHARGING ADMISSION?

A: Yes ma’am/sir/creature. The playwrights are entitled to be paid whether you choose to charge admission or not. A royalty payment along with performing rights means you have permission to use and perform the playwright’s property. They love when people touch their property. Go on…touch it.

Q: CAN I, A HUMBLE HUMAN, CUT, EDIT OR CHANGE THE PLAY TO MY DESIRES?

A: With the exception of altering the sex of the characters (we encourage you to experiment as much as you please), any alterations to the source material will require written permission from the rights holder, Demon Lo Movie, LLC. We are very understanding individuals, and your request will be considered carefully in order to accommodate. However, failure to comply could result in your rights being revoked.

Q: CAN I ADD MUSIC TO MY PRODUCTION?

A: Hell yes. We encourage you to get as creative as you like, as long as the story remains true to the playwrights vision.

Q: CAN I RECORD THE PERFORMANCE? UPLOAD IT TO YOUTUBE AND OTHER SOCIAL SITES?

A: You better, damn it! Just make sure you credit the authors and include a link to www.thedemonlo.com

Q: WHAT INFORMATION IS REQUIRED ON MY PROGRAM?

A: You must have the following items appear on the front of all programs and promotional materials (except T-shirts or buttons).

In association with DEMON LO MOVIE
TRAVIS BETZ JESSICA PETELLE AARON GAFFEY

THE DEMON LO
Book by
Travis Betz and Michael Piel

Music by (OPTIONAL)
Scott Glasgow

“Demon Girl” Music and Lyrics by
Travis Betz, Katy J & Devin Barry

Based on the Feature Film, LO
Written and Directed by Travis Betz

Adapted from the screenplay by
Travis Betz and Michael Piel

www.theDemonLo.com

Side note: All this information should be presented in any video you upload as well, whether it on the screen or in the description text blocks.

Q: CAN I CAST A REAL DEMON AS LO?

A: Yes, but we are not responsible when you can’t control it.

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