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MURDER MOST FOUL, by D. Lowry
ONE TOY FOR CHRISTMAS, by G. Moyer
RECIPE FOR MURDER, by J. Rabushka
THE SHOW MUST GO ON (DURING THE ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE)
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TORRENT, by L. Henry
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HEROES' COUCH - by R. Frankel
HEROES' COUCHSee Dr. Jack. See Dr. Jack's new Time Elevator. See his elevator bring back Abraham Lincoln, Cleopatra, William Shakespeare, and others to the twenty-first century. Now see Dr. Jill the psychiatrist, as these very same characters have trouble adjusting to their new surroundings. See the result—an insane group therapy session that sends the patients on a rampage into the modern world. Discover what... read more
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ALMOST TREASURE ISLAND
Jack and his buddies have followed a treasure map to a secluded little island where a priceless treasure is supposedly buried. Led by Roger, “Captain Sir,” and somewhat entertained by Magician Jeff, the boys arrive to discover…

“WATER AS FAR AS THE EYE CAN SEE…”

…and find out that they have only half of the map. Before the group left, Jack’s sister, Sarah, stole the...

BEYOND TOLERANCE
If you don't mind stirring up trouble with your productions, Beyond Tolerance could be just the show for you. Enter the bizarre world of U. Burnem, "the finest educational institution in the world," according to its founder, P.T. Burnem. Here, tolerance and political correctness are taken to extremes, and Gracious Mary Sensible, the school's newest student, finds that...
THE CHEKONSTINESTANISLAVEMEYERHOLDSKI METHOD
Ready to study acting from the greatest teacher of our time? Then breathe, breathe, breathe through your eyeballs! Join the insanity when a confused young actor challenges what he's taught—and throws the entire class into panic and hysteria. Learn insane warm-up exercises and the world-famous "Manner" acting technique.
DANCING WITH THE OLYMPIANS
Hold on for a hilarious spoof on the popular television show, Dancing with the Stars. Instead of Hollywood's elite competing on Dancing with the Olympians, Greek gods and goddesses boogie and swirl their way to the top. Hosted by Hermes, messenger of the gods and trickster, the show's judges are the nerdy and prudish Athena, goddess of wisdom, accompanied by her...
DID SOMEONE SAY MURDER?
Care to attend "murder night"? Join an array of wacky characters as they dine and watch the world's greatest detective, Rathbone, solve murders right in front of their eyes. There's only one catch – anyone can be the victim, and you're on your own in finishing the evening alive. Designed for a single, permanent set, Did Someone Say Murder? is easily managed in the...
DON'T TRY TO WAKE HIM, HAND ME THE SHOVEL
From the word “GO,” investigative reporters Livermore and Highwater are determined to get the (alleged) spooks at Billingsgate Mansion on the six o’clock news and get the break they need to save their jobs. The featured story: Seeing is Believing. Paranoid, they enter the dreaded Billingsgate mansion in ghost-catching wardrobe and full ghost gear (fatigues and a...
AN END TO NUCYALER PROLIFERATION
Is this a summit meeting or a teenage cat-fight?! Two world leaders meet to discuss nuclear weapons, but who's to know if they're mortal enemies or the best of friends? The President of the United States amuses a foreign prime minister by talking like a teenager and butchering the English language, while his bitter adversary admits his secret love for American pop culture! At...
MURDER MOST FOUL
Ashley is in directorial hell. Her corpse won't lie still, her actors won't stop making up lines, and to add to her stress, this murder mystery was written by her assistant principal. Forget figuring out whodunit - will Ashley be able to reconfigure this mess into something resembling a play?
ONE TOY FOR CHRISTMAS
This fast-paced, witty play blends zany animal characters with a boy who is fearful that Santa will not be able to find him. The laughs will keep rolling as we join a small group of hungry forest animals in a desperate search for food on Christmas Eve. In the midst of their search, distant bells are heard and a wind-up soldier (mime role) plummets from the sky. Albert, the...
RECIPE FOR MURDER
Detective Godfrey has a hard time getting any information out of his first suspect, Claudia May Binghamton. After all, she wasn't there when the murder happened. She had to go to the loo—and when she came out, the mistress was dead! But what was she doing in the loo for almost two hours? And can the poor detective collect any evidence?
THE SHOW MUST GO ON (DURING THE ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE)
The school is putting on a play. The rehearsals were plagued with difficulties, but the cast, crew, and especially the director took the saying "the show must go on" to heart, and they’ve made it to opening night. Now, as the curtain rises, there's a new problem — the zombie apocalypse has begun. But even though zombies are eating audience members while the stage manager...
TORRENT
New York City has often been referred to as "the loneliest city on earth." For Torrent, this isolation in the midst of people is too much to bear. She calls the phone company and reaches voice mail. The machine doesn't shut off, so Torrent keeps talking...and talking...and talking...
ZOMBIE WEDDING
Ashley has some wonderful news! She has finally met "the one" and can't wait to introduce him to her friends and family. She hastily calls her two best friends, Beth and Summer, to arrange a lunch date for them to meet Bruce. Arriving at the restaurant, Ashley can hardly wait to announce that she is getting married in just three days. Before Beth and Summer can object,...