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ALADDIN
By: Dan Neidermyer
(: 70 : 4 , 4 , 8 )
The classic tale starts out in the streets of Arabia where the Grand Sultan’s bungling guards are trying to catch the street-savvy Aladdin for allegedly kidnapping Princess Adora. Aladdin easily outruns the squabbling guards only to meet the calculating Court Magician who tricks him into entering a cave to fetch an old lamp. With possession of the “old lamp,”...  read more
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
By: Dan Neidermyer
(: 75 : 5 , 3 , 6 , 14 
     : 0-25 )
Welcome to a land and to a kingdom that existed long, long ago, in a different time and a different age. A time when courageous chivalry and gentlemanly gallantry were very much a way of life. When legends—that would be told over and over again—first began!

Such a legend is “Beauty & The Beast,” a story parents told their children, and then, these very same...  read more

CINDERGIRL
By: Stephen Hotchner
(: 55 : 5 , 2 , 7 )
Cinderella, called "cindergirl" by her stepsisters, is on the adventure of her life with Penny, her fairy godmother, whose feisty temper wreaks havoc on her spells. (She just turned one of the stepsisters into a heap of vegetables, don't say we didn't warn you!) It's up to the audience to comfort and soothe Penny's bruised ego all the while trying to get...  read more
DARLING, YOU SLAY ME!
By: Tom Shelton, Alyssa Canann
(: 120 : 3-5 , 4-6 , 1 , 8-12 
     )
The time is 1928, the place is New York City. It is the opening night party at a swank Times Square restaurant for a particularly dreadful new Broadway musical. With each new review comes a mysterious death, and so it falls to Anthony Badger, food critic and amateur sleuth, along with the audience, to sort out the patterns and find the killer.

A smart...  read more

DEAD TO THE LAST DROP
By: Ken Jones
(: 90 : 3 , 3 , 6 )
Dead to the Last Drop is a hilarious interactive murder mystery that takes place in a coffeehouse and bookstore called “Café Caffeine.” The crazy cast of characters leads the audience through a maze of funny twists and turns. Opportunities for audience and cast interaction reach a peak when the audience is allowed to vote on the ending that they want to...  read more
DEATH BY DESSERT
By: Nathan Hartswick
(: 75 : 4-5 , 4-5 , 1 , 9-11 
     : 2-5 )
It’s dinnertime, and you’re invited to a meal so good, it’s to die for! In New York’s little Italy, the Donnaducce family and the Duccedonni family have been feuding for a generation, while operating two competing Italian restaurants that share a common wall. At rise, the building’s landlord is dead at center stage, and everyone is suspect – from the old-world...  read more
DID SOMEONE SAY MURDER?
By: David J. LeMaster
(: 90 : 8 , 4 , 4 , 16 
     )
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...  read more
IF THE SLIPPER FITS
By: Dan Neidermyer
(: 90 : 13 , 7 , 20 )
Four babbling Court Advisors decide it’s time the Prince finds a princess. They warn the King that without an heir to the throne, rebellion could break out at any time. They order the King to command the Prince to find a princess. Disgruntled, but following the King’s orders, the Prince attends the Royal Ball and instantly falls for the beautiful Cinderella...  read more
 
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