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Cold Lang Syne poster
Cold Lang Syne

Four old college friends and their significant others gather
at a remote cabin for a New Year's Eve party.
A storm traps them for the night with old wounds,
new secrets . . .
. . . and a killer!

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Nicholas 
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Nicholas Nickleby

A critically-acclaimed, two-act adaptation of the classic Charles Dickens story with a fast-paced plot mixing the melodrama and the comedy and all the best loved colorful characters. Produced across the country in professional venues, community theaters, colleges and high schools!

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Arbitrary Lives

Marriages, friendships and family ties are tested when three siblings re-examine their lives as they each begin journeys that result in breaking the rules mainstream society has created. The figurative and literal trials they endure provide an alternately amusing, poignant and provocative look at the rules we choose--or choose not--to live by.

Adventures in LaLaLand

Several young people pursue their dreams and run in and out of each other’s lives amidst laughter and tears in the heart of Hollywood. It's a younger "Tales of the City" in the current City of Angels. Based on Gregory Blair's screenplay "Still Life".

It's A Holiday Thing

A holiday gathering brings laughter, surprises and conflict when a certain secret, a slight case of mistaken identity and a little too much egg nog create a Christmas the family will never forget. Hilarious and heartwarming. One act.

The Last Banana

The Brady Bunch meets The Twilight Zone as one adolescent's preponderance for linguistics, existentialism and imagination turn his family's already crazy world inside out. This one act farce made its debut in the Adam Hill Theater Company's production of "A Few Crazy People". Drama-Logue declared it "zany fun"

An American Family

The history of civil rights in America is explored as it relates to one family--each member a victim of bigotry in a land where supposedly "all men are created equal". Revealing, riveting and raw.

Failing Therapy

A writer in therapy, a play in trouble, and God in the fly space. Visions and revisions spiral hilariously out of control. And don't ask what's in the refrigerator! One madcap act.

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