- Arbitrary Lives
Three siblings struggle with ageism, monogamy, and homophobia, as they each begin a journey that results in breaking rules society has created. The trials they endure provide an amusing, poignant, and provocative look at the rules we choose — or choose not — to live by. Witty, sobering, and, ultimately, heartwarming.
Two-Act, 2 hours, 10 sets (can be just furniture)
4M: one is 18+ (to play 16), 25-35s
1N: male or female for all supporting roles
- It’s a Holiday Thing
A family holiday gathering brings laughter, surprises, and conflict, when a certain secret, a case of mistaken identity, and a little too much egg nog create a Christmas which will never be forgotten. Out of the closet and into the flurries! Perfect for making the yuletide gay. Hilarious and heartwarming.
One-Act, 45 minutes, 1 set
3M: 20s, 40s
2F: 20-30, 40s
- An American Family
Each member of one family is a victim of bigotry in a land where supposedly “all men are created equal.” Revealing, riveting and raw; an eye opener about our county’s history of ignobility. An exploration of the history of civil rights in America.
One-Act, 30 minutes, no set
2M: 15-25, 40s