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ACCUSED OF COMEDY
By: Carl Williams
(: 20 : 2 , 2 , 4 )
After comedy has been outlawed in society, two bottom-of-the-barrel comics face trial for committing comedy, along with the young woman who broke the law by laughing at them. Confronted by a stern lady magistrate, they discover humor is no laughing matter.
AFTERMATH
By: Michael Blevins
(: 30 : 4 , 3 , 7 )
Penned by award-winning playwright, Michael Blevins, and originally produced by New York's Group Theatre Too, aftermath chronicles the lives of seven young people as they face daily choices about substance abuse, promiscuity, diet, other social issues and the inevitable consequences of the choices they make. Follow Brody and his friends in this expertly...  read more
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
ALICE IN WONDERLAND - URBAN EDITION
By: Burton Bumgarner
(: 40 : 3-4 , 8-23 , 11-27 
     : 0-6 )
A look at the city version of Lewis Carroll's classic story. Alice and her sister go to the park. While her sister is on her cell phone, Alice follows Rabbit down a subway tunnel and encounters a host of strange urban-type characters, including a Rat, a Caterpillar, a Cook, the Queen of Hearts, and a Grinning Cat. She also encounters subway passengers and...  read more
ALL IS CALM
By: Donald Payton
(: 30 : 5 , 3 , 8 )
There’s something about Christmas that’s happy and peaceful—except at the home of the Maxwell’s. There’s something about Christmas that’s calm and celestial---except Lucas, who is far from either on this Christmas day, because his world has just slid out from under him—no sled. All year long Lucas had talked of a sled, but on Christmas morning…no sled, and he...  read more
ALL THAT TWITTERS IS NOT GOLD - ONE ACT
By: Ray Sheers
(: 45 : 7 , 8 , 15 )
With a flare for verse, a Goblin puts a disastrous curse on the beautiful Princess Colleen. “her hands are blue, her feet are green, and her face . . . pig-like!” The Queen declares a kingdom of emergency and orders Twittering, the Court Soothsayer, Plumber, and Inventor, to reverse the curse and return beauty and poise to Princess Colleen. Using the Magic...  read more
ALL THE BASES
By: Alan  Haehnel
(: 35 : 15 , 8 , 1 , 24 
     )
In an effort to create the perfect production, the cast begins by reading the "survey results" they got from the audience in response to the question, "What do you want from a play?" Based on these responses, the cast creates a checklist and presents a play meeting all 15 audience requirements. The hilarious result is its "short-cheap-educational-safe...  read more
AND THE GIANTS FELL
By: Todd Ford
(: 25 : 5 , 4 , 12-15 , 21-25 
     )
And the Giants Fell examines the events leading up to the September 11th tragedy and our reaction to the events. Through four sections, we examine the thoughts and reactions of the participants and victims of the historic event. In the first section, And the Giants Fell, we examine two families and how their lives were touched by this tragic event...  read more
 
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