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"I can’t be in the show? Okay. I understand. It’s just that Cinderella was always my favorite. I always had my father read it to me at bed time… until he abandoned us and ran a way with his troglodytic 2nd cousin which caused my mother to have complete break down. But she was still good to us, until the day she freaked out and smashed my Cinderella lunch box with a tire iron and then ran over it with the car as she drove out of our life forever. I even cancelled this month’s therapy for this. But that’s okay, I need to go take my meds, anyway."
 
"I don’t think I should be called the Fairy Godmother. Instead, we should say Fairy Goshmother, because what about all the non-religious people in the audience? What if we offend them?"
 
"What about her feet? Isn’t Cinderella supposed to have small feet? Look at the size of those things. They’re huge. It looks like she’s getting ready to go scuba diving!"
 
"These mouse droppings will due nicely. Bop, bop, bibbity bobbity poop!"
 
"Is it gonna say in the program that I play a mouse dropping?"
 
 
CINDERSTEIN by Kamron Klitgaard
 
 
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CINDERSTEIN - by K. Klitgaard
CINDERSTEINHelp! The local high school drama teacher wrote his own version of Cinderella by combining the Princess's tale with the story of Frankenstein, but the production is bombing: The Fairy Godmother wants to be called the Fairy Goshmother, three new stepsisters must be added to the cast, several actors quit, and the extras are fed up with being extras. Then, after being forced to play a girl, one... read more
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AU REVOIR, NOIR
It's the end of an era. Technology and modern lifestyles are emasculating potential heroes. But one gristled gumshoe refuses to accept the end of his way of life, and plans to save it—one geek at a time. It's a case of old school vs. techno babble in this who-done-what comedic mystery.
BARD IN A BOX: THE TAMING OF THE SHREW
What do you get when you strand a class of intrepid teens in an an abandoned hunting cabin during a raging thunderstorm with only "The Bard in a Box: The Taming of the Shrew" to keep them occupied? A recipe for hilarity! In their attempts to embody the directions to BYOD (Bring Your Own Drama!), the students ransack the house for props in an attempt to stage their own...
CONFIRMED SIGHTING
Fiona and Kelly have spotted an ivory-billed woodpecker, once thought extinct, in the swamps of Arkansas. Fiona is an ornithologist and this sighting will make her career, but Kelly owns the photographic evidence that Fiona desperately needs.
ESCAPE
On their way to market, a cage containing a rooster and chickens falls off the truck. The feathered friends face a dilemma: Should they play it safe or...escape! What to do? What to do?
HOW SHE PLAYED THE GAME
Six spirited women from sports history show how they overcame obstacles, broke records and crashed stereotypes: Babe Didrikson, Gertrude Ederle, Althea Gibson, Sonia Henie, Eleanor Randolph Sears, Gretel Bergmann. How She Played the Game has been used in high school competency testing in several states.
INTERROGATION
There's been a murder, and they have a suspect. Now it's time to find out what he knows. A series of twists, turns and surprises, Interrogation is a dramatic game of cat and mouse with life and death at stake.
LITTLE SPACES
Do you ever feel uncomfortable in cramped little spaces? Montgomery does. Unfortunately, he finds himself stuck with his girlfriend, Kat, in a claustrophobic waiting room. Neither one of them know where they are, how they got there, or where they came from. They are given no help from Adele, a waitress of some kind, whose constant smile and habit of mixing up words may hide...
A NIGHT OF TERROR AND TOFU
What could be scarier on Halloween than hearing strange voices at your door? What if those voices were your parents—checking up on you after you've been grounded and told not to have any company? Worse yet, what if they're not your parents? With her parents gone and her younger brothers asleep upstairs, Lara's got her own brand of tricks and treats in store! Break out...
SHE AND HE
A "minimalist gem," She & He follows an average couple through their life course, from adolescence in the 1950s through marriage and parenthood, the fantasia of the 60s and tumultuous 70s, to maturity and hard-earned wisdom.
SING LIKE A SHEEP
Charlene thinks she’s a great singer, but over 27 million listeners disagree. After becoming an internet sensation – as a bad singer who wouldn’t leave the stage – her friend Rikki tries to convince her to take lessons. “I’m a natural!” Charlene protests. But sometimes even the most “talented” can use a little outside help. Will she take lessons? Will it help? An inspirational...