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Ronnie Larsen is an actor-director-playwright-producer whose work has been seen in every major city in America. He wrote his first play in 1994 and his first musical in 2018. 24 of his shows have been produced and five have been seen Off-Broadway in New York City. His plays have been seen in Canada, Australia, Italy and he's had 5 different productions in London.  He has also made a documentary that had theatrical runs at the Castro Theatre in San Francisco, Cinema Village in New York City and the Laemmle 5 in Los Angeles as well as showings at numerous film festivals in America, England and the Berlin Film Festival. He currently divides his time betwen Florida, Los Angeles, New York and Mexico. He is always in search of new and interesting adventues and opportunities. He and his husband, Melqui, have been married for 10 years and they have one dog named Benakee. Welcome to
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Two Dead Clowns

Two Dead Clowns

       by Ronnie Larsen

     A play about the lives of serial killer, John Wayne Gacy Jr. and actor, Divine.

                            John Wayne Gacy                                       Ronnie Larsen


About the Play

    "Two Dead Clowns” is a 2-part play. Part 1 is about the life of serial killer, John Wayne Gacy Jr. and  part 2 is about the life of the actor, Divine.

     John Wayne Gacy Jr. was executed after being sentenced to death for killing at least 33 people. He buried many of his victims under his house. He also liked to dress up as a clown and perform for children. He was a very complicated man and the play examines his life as well as the lives of his family members and his victims.

     Divine was also a killer but only on screen. Most of his fame derived from his starring roles in John Water's films as well as his recording career and nightclub appearances. “Two Dead Clowns” focuses on the last weekend of his life as he was preparing to shoot an episode of “Married With Children” in Los Angeles. He was to play Uncle Otto and, unlike most of his roles with John Waters, he would not be performing in drag. He died the night before the taping.

Ronnie Larsen as Divine