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Bats in the Belfry by Ed Vela (15-20 min, 5 characters; M or F,)$14.00
On the surface, a group therapy session involving some really strange kids, but there might just be more to it than a young manic depressive, a gothic anorexic with no will to live, a seemingly calm child with big time hostility issues, and a multiple personality who comes across like a television with a busted remote.
Body Politics by Jim Bain (12-15 min, 7 characters; M and F)$14.00
A man walks across the room and loudly smashes his knee on the open third drawer of a four drawer filing cabinet positioned near the door on the far right side of the room. A series of characters begin entering the room from behind the filing cabinet.
Concussion Protocol by Patrick Bates (10-12 min.)$14.00
The dangers and long term effects of traumatic brain injuries are examined in an ethereal crossing of characters and disjointed time line as a young man comes to grips with his injury.
Flight 212 to LA by D’Arcy Robb (12-15 min. Cut as needed M or F) Humorous$10.00
All she wants to do is catch flight 212 to Los Angeles. But as our heroine attempts to make her way through a crowded international airport, a cast of obnoxious strangers – a way-too-friendly security agent, a panicked fearful flyer, an Elvis impersonator and more – seem determined to attach themselves to her!
Gnome is Where the Heart Is by Nate Sand (7-10 min, 7 Characters, M or F, Cut as needed) Humorous$10.00
The humorous story of Hans, a gnome, who figures out that he was adopted by gargoyles and his subsequent adventure to find his ‘true’ family. Along the way he discovers he was with his ‘true’ family all the long. Intended as a humorous speech with many characters. Transitions between scenes are to be determined by the actress/actor.
Halvzies by Ed Vela (12-15 min, 4 Characters M or F)$12.00
Three half brothers, who can’t stand each other, share their not-to friendly thoughts, feelings, and ideas concerning each other with a child psychologist doing her level best to get them to bond. Good luck.
I, Mom by Matthew Mills (10-15 min. Cut as needed. F)Comedy$10.00
Sarah’s mother has been acting strangely recently, leading Sarah to the only sensible conclusion: her mom’s a robot who’s infiltrated their home in order to ruin her life. But when Sarah attempts to prove to the world her mother’s bionic nature, the truth she discovers is even more extraordinary than she had imagined.
Murder on the Organ Express by Louis Sand (7-10 min, 7 Characters, M or F, Cut as needed) Humorous$10.00
Private Eye investigates the disappearance of Appendix in this humorous murder mystery staring bodily organs.
Spin by Charlotte Jones (12-15 min, 7 Characters, M or F,)$14.00
Mother Goose spins a new, politically correct yarn in this seven character comedy…
Swim Me to the Moon by Devon Manney (10-15 min. Cut as needed. 3-5 Characters, M or F)$10.00
A once popular nightclub-singing fish and his crab best friend work to keep both their friendship and their careers afloat in a changing world, proving that perhaps fish do have feelings, after all.
Talk About by Patrick Bates (15-20 min, 8 Characters M or F)$14.00
Gossip and rumors have the ability to destroy on any level. TALK ABOUT allows for multiple character interpretations by a small group of actors presenting in a variety of serious and humorous scenes, monologues, and poems.
The Answer Is D by Julie Lester (12-15 min, 10 Characters M and F)$14.00
Follow these students as they take the State Assessment Exam. This readers theatre is a roller coaster ride filled with humorous characters, song and dance.
The Call by Jim Bain (12-15 min, 3M 1F )$14.00
What’s more irritating than answering a nuisance telephone solicitor call while you’re running late for a very important task? Snappy banter and a surprise ending.
The Class Reunion by Stephanie Christensen (12-15 min. Cut as Needed) 7 Characters, M or F$10.00
Were you ever the outcast of the high school “scene”? Have you ever been forced to go to a class reunion that you know will go so terribly wrong? Jonathan Dunsky finds himself dealing with exactly that, attending a 15 year reunion dance that drudges up more awkward memories than he would like to remember. Yearning all his life for a place to belong and friends to trust, Jonathan must face the challenges of looking his past straight in the eye, in order to move on. However, he finds that this 15 year class reunion is even wackier than he could ever imagine. To his surprise, a place to belong could lie in the hands of the crazy weird kid Gilbert. When the two outcasts meet, Jonathan finds that they’re not so different after all.
The Viewing by SuzAnne C. Cole (12-15 min, 4F)$14.00
Set in a funeral parlor viewing room, explores the differences between the way a mother and daughter see themselves, their relationship and each other.
We Are The Ashes/Once Upon A Time by Linda Oatman High (12-15 min. Cut as needed. 6 Characters, M or F )$14.00
Voices from Auschwitz tell a haunting story of the Holocaust, with a modern-day ending illuminating the subject with hope and honor for the victims. WE ARE THE ASHES/ONCE UPON A TIME mixes the horror of the Holocaust with a whimsical fairy tale voice telling the tale of a family that lived on the property of the death camps.