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"Neverland 911, what’s the emergency? You are
being kidnapped by pirates? Can you be more specific?
Which pirate is kidnapping you? Well, if he’s limping
on a pegleg then it’s probably Long John Silver, but
if he has a hook then it’s probably Captain—-oh--
He’s got a hook and a peg-leg? Oh dear. Please hold."
James and the Giant Peach? Preposterous. Even with modern agricultural techniques, fruit simply cannot grow to that extreme size.
Silly, silly stuff.
Guaranteed to warp young brains. "
" Let’s cover her with honey
and roll her in fire ants! "
"I’m 94 years-old and I’ve never kissed a girl. "
" Rule number one: No one
talks about Flight Club. Rule number two: No
one talks about Flight Club. "
" I am not old. And I’m not grumpy. I’m just confused. I
can’t figure out how I arrived in this weird and dangerous
by Wade Bradford
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|ACTING CAN BE MURDER, by E. McPherson|
|BETWEEN THE LINES, by D. Bush|
|CAUTION: LIBRARIANS AHEAD - ONE ACT VERSION, by B. Walton|
|DWARF IN TIGHTS: (FAILED) HARBINGER OF DOOM, by B. Walton|
|EDINBURGH CASTLE, by J. Musso|
|FORENSICS MARRIAGE, by K. Nelson|
|THE GRUFF BILLIES OR WHY HOUSES UNDER A BRIDGE ARE|
NOT PRIME REAL ESTATE, by B. Keniston
|HOW I GOT MY SUPERPOWERS, by J. Havens|
|I DON'T MIND THAT YOU'RE UGLY, by B. Keniston|
|THE LAST STRAW, by J. Gustafson|
|THE PIRATE MEDALLION, by M. Follose|
|SNOW WHITE: STORY OF A HIP-HOP DIVA, by M. Austin|
|TRUE LOVE'S KISS, by B. Keniston|| |
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|CSI: NEVERLAND - by W. Bradford|
|"All shadows, except one shadow." CSI meets Neverland in this marvelous merger of comedic mayhem. Murk and Tinker, Fairy Forensics Officers, are investigating the mysterious murder of Peter Pantaloon's shadow. Their prime suspect is Head Librarian Brenda Brooks who despises Seuss, Hogwarts, giant peaches, and the boy who refuses to grow up. As Peter clearly laments the loss of his shadow, they whisk Brenda... read more|
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| SHROUDED IN MYSTERY
Mysteries are among stage’s most important plays. Something exists inside us that makes us crave them. Every nerve inside us ponders the question, "Who did it?" That’s why the mystery is a dominant force in American writing and entertainment.
So sit back, hone your thinking skills, ignore the red herrings, and enjoy some great Brooklyn mysteries. Whatever your need, we have that special full length or one-act mystery play to thrill your audience. So browse some mysteries today. The truth is right under your nose!