ELEVEN is a 10-minute movie musical produced at RIPFEST #8 and screened in New York and Los Angeles in 2006. The short film was written, rehearsed, shot, and edited in 16 days and starred Jeff Blumenkrantz, John Bolton, Jenna Robinson, Natalie Toro and The Radio City Rockettes. Directed by Jim Krueger and edited by Stefanie Dworkin, ELEVEN features a screenplay by Rachel Axler, music by Brad Alexander, lyrics by Jimmy McNicholas, choreography by DJ Salisbury, and a cast of 20. RIPFEST distributed a limited-release DVD but the film can be viewed in its entirety here
ELEVEN is the story of bowling-shoe clerk Todd, who unrequitedly loves beautiful Bowl-A-Rama regular Linda but can't summon the nerve to approach her out of fear she'll reject him for his ghastly eleventh toe. Inspired by an ad in the local paper claiming to be "The Last Resort", Todd decides to finally do something about his cursed extra digit. He must win Linda's heart... but what is he willing to lose?
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