A BAD YEAR FOR TOMATOES
By: John Patrick - Directed By: Jim Lamproe
In an effort to escape the craziness and pressures of Hollywood, Myra Marlowe rents a house in the tiny town of Beaver Haven, Vermont. She is ready to settle down, grow tomatoes, write her biography and live among normal people. She is not prepared to deal with the nosy and ever present neighbors. To scare them away, she invents a crazy, homicidal sister, really Myra in a fright wig... then the fun begins.
A nice family christmas
By: Phil Olson - Directed By: Diane Etter
It’s Christmas Eve, and a young newspaper reporter on the brink of being fired has been assigned a last-chance story about a typical family Christmas – his family’s Christmas. He goes home to his recently widowed mother, his crazy uncle, his eccentric grandmother, and his battling siblings and their neurotic spouses, who provide no shortage of material. One by one, we learn each family member’s secrets, problems, and dysfunctions, and when they learn that he’s writing an article with some very personal family information, the fruitcake hits the fan. The question is, will the magic of Christmas bring this family back together?
By: Jonathan Dorf - Directed By: Joni Tabler
When eccentric billionaire J. Leslie Arlington is murdered, a clueless detective finds the suspects are all reluctant to admit their alibis . . . because they were all committing other ridiculous crimes at the time. Designed as a flexible build-your-own mystery, you can perform these plays in any combination and thread them together with optional interludes. You never know what's coming next when your suspects include disgruntled chefs, teen detectives, and vengeful divas, but one thing's for certain: Every alibi is absolutely absurd.
some sweet day
By: Flip Kobler & Cindy Marcus - Directed By: Olivia Randall
Ken regrets losing the girl of his dreams 24 years ago. He's obsessed with building a machine that will take him back in time to fix his mistakes. When fate grants his wish, he finds himself 25 years in the past. With the help of his best friend, Greta, he plays Cyrano to himself, desperate to get his younger version to marry Jenny. But his younger self is just as stubborn as the older version and refuses to listen to advice from an old man. As he tries to bring the lovebirds together, Ken falls for Jenny all over again and is now trying to woo the girl away from … well, himself! Ken's business partner, Reece, Greta's granola-mom, Stormy, and shrewd entrepreneur, Emma, all add to the confusion and the fun as the plot accelerates into avalanche mode.