Peter Perfect Picked a Peck of Pickled Perfection

Peter Perfect is perfect. So is his partner Poppy Perfect, and so are their friends Pokey Perfect and Pepper Perfect. But when Peter’s daughter Piper brings home her new fiancé Bruce Kerfuffle, things get a little pesky. This play will challenge your audience’s politics and your actors’ pronunciation. Three men. Three women. One set. Click…

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Insert Laugh Here

“Welcome to The Jungle Room. I’ll be at your service to help you fill your empty life with the fleeting pleasures of alcoholic delusions.” And so begins Insert Laugh Here – a one-act comedy that takes place at a bar where a simpleton named Les has come to drown his sorrows. Along the way to…

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CLAMBAKED!

The hook of “Clambaked!” has a throwback quality as it showcases a range of production settings from popular Elvis Presley films. The story features a quirky ensemble of characters in a lively fever-dream narrative filled with comedic antics, physical gags, witty banter and cinematic action (all of the fights, chases, rescues and musical numbers can…

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Trilogy for Two

Marty and Jerry, a writing team whose careers have recently stalled, work on a new script. They improvise scenes to get their creative juices flowing – including: Bad actors performing Hamlet . . . First-timers at a nudist colony . . . Mail that’s never delivered to Buenos Aires, South Africa . . . and…

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The Wily Ray Riley

A dark comedy about a beautiful gypsy fortune teller – Ray Riley – whose gifts of foresight are genuine. But the seeress hides her necromancy by acting as a well-trained expert in the workings of the human psyche. The classic tale of discovering the defrauder is turned on its head when a preacher threatens to…

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The Flaxen Miss Jackson

Everything has been going right for Simon Barjonas all year long. And it’s driving him crazy. He’s pinpointed the exact moment his good fortune began: When Mary Jackson said to him, “Have a happy New Year.” Simon is compelled to confront Mary about her “inexplicable” gift. But he gets more than he bargained for when…

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Runs, Drips & Errors

This baseball comedy is set at home plate during a game between the Rockwood Scouts and the Chattahoochee Nads. Leo, the umpire, is mercilessly heckled by songstress Luanne Linder, who opens the proceedings by butchering the Star-Spangled Banner. The catcher, Corky Bristol, is grossing everyone out with his stinky feet. And the batter, Goo-Goo Dawkins,…

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Rheumatoid Floyd

This is Jay’s spoof of Orson Welles’ classic movie Citizen Kane. Charles Foster Floyd utters his last word “Rosebud” and falls to the floor. Enter Bradford Thompson, a reporter, who immediately begins to write Floyd’s obituary. But, as Floyd lies there dying, he doesn’t like what he hears Thompson write. So, he wills himself to…

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Plumber’s Butt

Vicki is a bohemian hot mess who has endured a lifetime of nagging health issues – from acute sinusitis to acid reflux to fibromyalgia and everything in between. Then, one day, she calls for a plumber to fix her leaky sink. When he arrives and bends over to go to work, she sees his butt…

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It Happened at Kings Island

Hannah and Fritz meet at Kings Island amusement park, and their chemistry is immediate and palpable. That is, until she breaks down, and Fritz realizes that Hannah is an animatronic exhibit, part of one of the park’s attractions. Barbara, a park maintenance worker, comes to fix Hannah, and is dismayed that Fritz thought she was…

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