This Month's best-selling scripts
Tried and true
Get ready to break the fourth wall in this outrageously silly parody. Princess Esmeralda has fallen in love with Lance A. Lot, a mortal from the real world. When the uptight King and Queen learn of their daughter’s affection for this human, they banish him and strip Esmeralda’s helpful fairy godmother of her powers.
THE ENTIRE AMERICAN REVOLUTION IN 40 MINUTES OR LESS
History has never been so fun... or so fast! Flying through the major points of America’s quest for independence, this fast-and-loose comedy plays like a highlight reel of history in hilarious fashion!
Cooking Can be Murder
Arrogant James Casanova Valentino Bond is in the middle of judging a cooking contest when he (after a dramatic and quite theatrical death scene) falls over with a thud. It seems he’s been unmercifully poisoned. Each contestant is suddenly a suspect with a motive for wanting this man dead.
Writing a Will Can be Murder
Aging movie star Betty revises her will, and suddenly everyone in her life, both past and present, just happens to show up the night she's murdered in her living room, conked on the head with a heavy object. Curiously (and hysterically!), every visitor just happens to be holding a different type of heavy object... the potential murder weapon.
Acting Can be Murder
Dolores Gordon, who loves the stage, has always dreamed of stardom. But the only role she ever seems to land is that of the lowly understudy. So she decides the only way she is going to land the lead role in an upcoming community theatre production is to murder the lead actress, Guinevere Black. And that is exactly what she does.
ONCE UPON A TOWER
Not many folks know the TRUE story of how the beautiful, golden-haired Rapunzel ended up alone, locked in a tower …until now! You see, her parents promised their first-born child to a witch (who preferred to be called an enchantress). But little did the witch know that Rapunzel had an ugly twin sister Ethel.
The Quest: A Fairy Tale with Attitude
Something is terribly wrong with Grandma! She’s very sick and weak, but luckily for her, recovery is just a quest away! It’s a lesson in helping others and, through all the silliness, sight-gags and running through the audience, one that’s certain to be full of fun!
WIZARD OF OZ:
THE DELETED SCENE
Ever think what would have happened if Dorothy didn’t immediately follow the celebrated yellow brick road? Eddie McPherson takes our favorite story on a delightful detour when Dorothy is sidetracked by a farmer offering an alternate route to the wizard’s front door.
How the Other Half Dies
In a desperate attempt to become a member of Harriet Hammer’s posh country club, Sybil Chasteen invites Ms. Hammer to a formal dinner party on the same day that she discovers a dead body in the trunk of her new car. While Sybil waits impatiently for the authorities, the corpse, nicknamed Mr. X, sits propped up on her sofa as the list of murder suspects grows.
Types: Full Length Play, Community Theatre
Genres: Comedy, Farce, Hillbilly
Themes: Hillbilly, Weddings, Family
Running Time: 90 minutes
Speaking Cast: 12 females, 8 males, 20 total cast
You’re invited to the social clash of the century as Ms. Delainie, a high-end wedding planner, and her assistant, Barbie, are hired to direct a simple ceremony for two of Lickskillit’s favorite lovebirds.