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THE MARVELOUS MISADVENTURES OF BABA YAGA
THE MARVELOUS MISADVENTURES OF BABA YAGA
By P. Dorn
Russian folklore’s funny and fearsome wicked witch, Baba Yaga, takes a terrible tumble when her chicken-legged walking hut slips on a banana peel! Characters from Baba Yaga’s most beloved stories gather for a “funtastic funeral,” reenacting their hilarious adventures outwitting the comical witch. With the help of an audience full of “enchanted toads,” spirited young Vasilisa and her... read more
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14 GREAT TEN-MINUTE PLAYS 
BANK WITHDRAWAL SYMPTOMS, by J. Gustafson
BECAUSE THE WORLD NEEDS UNICORNS, by C. de Gelder
BELIEVE IT OR NOT, by T. Feeney
THE CATHARSIS, by K. Robinson
HANK CINQUE, by G. Peterson
HAPPY BIRTHDAY WILL, by C. Stancich
HOPELESS HAMLET, by W. Bradford
THE LITTLE DEATH, by P. Floyd
MODEL BEHAVIOR, by B. Klingemann
MY BIG FAT GREEK DIVORCE, by T. Reis, M. Thompson
PERCY PANGOLIN WANTS TO GO VIRAL, by E. Baughfman
THE REAPER, by R. Payne
TALLEY O'MALLEY, THE UNLUCKY LEPRECHAUN, by K. Guyton
A WHOLE LATTE 4-1-1, by J. Salvatore
WHAT'S EXCITING AT HEUER  
New Titles Coming Soon:
Al Was Right by Ryan Armstrong
Angel Whisperer by Michele Markarian
Canst Thou Hearest Thee Now? by Z. Rammelsberg
Gary's Metamorphosis by Greg Cummings
Eminent Domain by Greg Cummings
Fallen by Tom Akers
It's the Holidays! by Matt Thompson
Jane Eyre and Dracula at the Wuthering Heights Hotel by Burton Bumgarner
Misadventures of Romeo and Juliet by S. Frankenfield
Non-Jive Turkey by Lee Pollero
Poison Control by Rebecca Gorman
Priscilla the Precious by Debbie Lannen
Taste of Amontillado by Evan Baughfman
Wilde at Heart by Jon Boustead
 

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BANK WITHDRAWAL SYMPTOMS
Robbing a bank is hard enough, and it doesn’t get any easier when the lobby is filled with congenial customers. Bank thief Marcus has his hands full when side issues and conversations among the victims keep interrupting his robbery.
BECAUSE THE WORLD NEEDS UNICORNS
A desperate refugee begs for safe haven and is met with rigid rules and red tape. But he hasn't arrived on a boat...he needs to get on one!
BELIEVE IT OR NOT
Mickey McKee has big plans for his warm, sunny afternoon and his mind is made up. It would be a tall order even for his friend Fr. O’Brian to convince Mickey to change those plans, let alone for the menacing stranger that suddenly appears.

Believe It or Not premiered at Premiere Theatre at The Prisco Center (IL) in 2014.

THE CATHARSIS
Emily has been thinking about her relationship with her fiance, David, and she's had a catharsis. Which is now in a box, growling and purring and really quite alive. So where do they go from here?
HANK CINQUE
A handful of actors attempt to put on Shakespeare’s The Life of King Henry the Fifth with no sets, cheap props and a very limited time constraint. Nevertheless, their show turns out to be funny, earnest, and moving. Ultimately, it contains a message for today from 600 years in the past.

A ten-minute adaptation of the "Agincourt" scene from Henry V.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY WILL
Friends try to get Shakespeare to loosen up on his special day. While the Bard wrestles with his latest play, he is beset by well-wishers, prophecies and an enigmatic warning about silencing electronic devices.
HOPELESS HAMLET
A young actor playing the "Ghost" in a high school production of Hamlet catches a bad case of stage fright. When he refuses to go on stage, hilarity ensues. A spoof on the Bard's classic tragedy.
THE LITTLE DEATH
Paul and Janie are young lovers about to spend their first night together, until Mrs. Adams, a rather officious Agent of Death, arrives and announces that Paul is destined to die that evening. Matters are further complicated by the arrival of Mr. Thompson, an Agent of Love.
MODEL BEHAVIOR
Tim and Angie are looking to buy their forever home. While looking through a promising model home, an accident on Tim's part turns their peaceful Saturday plans on their head.
MY BIG FAT GREEK DIVORCE
There's trouble in Mount Olympus! The queen of the Greek Gods, Hera, has filed for divorce from her husband, Zeus. The whole court case gets complicated when the 1940's film noir version of Medusa shows up to tell her side of the story. Only the bubbly Valley Girl known as Aphrodite can show our couple the true meaning of love.
PERCY PANGOLIN WANTS TO GO VIRAL
To spread awareness about his endangered species, Percy Pangolin wants to make a viral video with the help of his friend, Amanda Panda.
THE REAPER
Four nursing home residents face death in all its terrifying fluffiness. Trapped inside the game room, Molly, Harold, and James fend off The Reaper, otherwise known as the nursing home’s resident feline. The cat has the uncanny ability to predict who dies next, and these three won’t let him take them without a fight. Or they’ll sacrifice Agnes. She doesn’t care.
TALLEY O'MALLEY, THE UNLUCKY LEPRECHAUN
A leprechaun suffers from a serious case of bad luck.
A WHOLE LATTE 4-1-1
Jake needs some information about his prospective date to the high school dance, and he knows that know-it-all Allison is just the person to ask. The only problem is that Jake's sidekick, Rob, sometimes has trouble following directions. When too much coffee enters the mix, Jake's plan unravels, and Rob ends up with more than he bargained for: a date to the dance.