I decided to redo my other poster.
THIS MUSICAL IS STILL IN NEED OF MUSIC, IF ANYONE WOULD LIKE TO HELP ME OUT IN THIS AREA, YOU WOULD RECIEVE MANY BROWNIE POINTS.
(BTW, 'Hagen Loyd' is my pen name, not my real name
So yeah, "Jeff The Killer: The Musical" is a fanproject out of hell by moi.
Current song list: [link]
Opening scene script: [link]
A boy named Jeff moves into a neighborhood with his family, where everyone struggles to fit in (“All These Things”). Just then, Jeff is overcome with the want to hurt people (“The Feeling“). Then, Jeff’s little brother, Liu, is mugged by a couple of thugs (“This Is How The World Works”) and Jeff severely injures them. Later, Liu tries to understand, but Jeff merely tells him to go to bed, and sings him a lullaby (“Go To Sleep”)
Later, the police arrive at Jeff’s house to arrest him. Liu claims he was the one to beat up the thugs, and he is arrested instead. Jeff, distraught, once again is overcome with the urge to hurt people (“The Feeling” Reprise). He beats up a little girl across the street, and warns her not to tell. A group of kids see Jeff doing this, and go to tell Randy, one of the thugs who mugged Jeff (“Jeff”) . Randy plans to gang up on Jeff at the birthday party he’ll be attending the next day.
Jeff goes to the party, where Randy and his friends cause a scuffle, ending with a bottle of alcohol broken over Jeff’s head (“This Is How The World Works” Reprise). Jeff, in anger, accidentally sets the house on fire (“Jeff’s Transformation”). As everyone escapes the burning building, Jeff is left in the house until he is rescued by firefighters.
Later, Jeff wakes up a disfigured monster (“The Feeling/Jeff” Reprise). His mother explains that Liu was released from juvy. Oddly happy with his new appearance, he carves a smile into his face and burns his eyelids off. That night, he goes on a rampage and butchers his family. When the reality of what he has done sets in, he mourns the death of his brother (“If This Is Only“). However, soon after this, he begins laughing hysterically, and leaves.
The next day, the town is shocked to hear the news of Jeff and his family. The kids who always picked on Jeff worry about their future, and wonder if Jeff will ever come back for them (“Jeff/All These Things/Finale“).