This show was originally written for a woman and a man in their mid-thirties to play all the different roles (ideally the man would be shorter than the woman). However, the play offers the flexibility to accommodate larger casts, with each of the scenes featuring different actors.
As is typical with comedies, it is important that a quick pace be maintained throughout the show, but especially in Scene 5: Auctioneers. The success of this scene depends upon a lively pace, with tightness between cues and no extra beats introduced besides the ones that are written in.
Another note regarding "Scene 5: Auctioneers": when auctioneers are selling something, they begin by introducing a product before they go into the traditional bidder's "chant," which is the typical high-speed patter we associate with auctioneers. Please note that lines that start with "We have..." function as the introduction of the "product" that each character is selling, therefore they should be delivered in a normal voice. The bid patter is the only dialogue that should be delivered in the high-speed chanting tone (lines beginning with "Can I get a bid started, bid started here?" and the like for the Woman, and "Will ya give me a bid, and whadya wanna give?" for the Man).
Although the video content adds a lot to the piece, if including it proves to be prohibitive, the show can be produced without it.
Certain references can be updated as appropriate. The viral video referenced in Video #3: Home Movie at Teenage Halloween Party (currently the "Harlem Shake") should be changed to reflect the latest online dance craze. Also, in Scene 6: Choir Rehearsal, the sing-off could be updated to incorporate more current pop hits (replacing the Taylor Swift song and "Party Rock Anthem"). And in Scene 7: Trouble in Old Movieland, should Sarah McLachlan no longer be a spokesperson for the ASPCA, a new reference can be used.