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Au Revoir, Chère Bêbê

Great-grandmother Lisette may have lived most of her life in Texas, but her roots go deep into the Cajun soil of Louisiana.  Now, as her family (her twin 70- year-old daughters), her grand-daughter and her teenager great-granddaughter, gather around her and argue amongst themselves, Lisette is retreating more and more […]

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Breaking Out of Sunset Place

Winner of the Texas Playwrights Festival in ’94, with a World Premiere at 7 Angels Theatre, Waterbury. Ct, this full-length comedy features an ethnically diverse cast of five, with 3 older females (1 African American), 1 African-American male who plays 6 roles & 1 female plays all the extra roles. […]

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The New Pinocchio

Freely adapted from the original Adventures of Pinocchio In The New Pinocchio, (a mini-musical) adapted by Patricia Barry Rumble, with music and lyrics by Rock Barry & Sammie Ammons, the story is very updated. Pinocchio no longer has strings; he is operated by remote control. But Gepetto, the inventor, doesn’t […]

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Aesop’s Funny Fables

19 roles for older actors or adults to perform. This show can be played by as few as 5 actors with doubling. Single set or “found” space. Very easy to tour. As the old man Aesop awakens from a dream, he realizes that he has been dreaming about stories his […]

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