An opening monologue is given at the very beginning of an Easter church service by a stage "volunteer". He's just as surprised as anyone that he's in church on Easter, let alone helping with the production. He's even moved back his golfing tee-time with some friends so he could be at church. At this ..
A Change In Tee-Time
by Donna Lagerquist
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As Holly enters the living room with a basket of clothes that need folding, her husband Pete complains his favorite breakfast cereal has been “ruined” by the company's attempt to add a new flavor. We identify with the challenge in their relationship—Pete has been on reserve with his employer for two ..
A Change of Life
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It's Mother's Day and Julie is disappointed and a little angry that her mother (an actress in California) isn't able to stay with her and her newborn son while her husband is out of town. Julie reluctantly agrees to her husband's idea of hiring a nanny to come and help while he's gone. When the foreign ..
A Mother's Day
When amiable businessman and city council candidate Robert Dibbons is honored as the "Giver of the Week" by a local newspaper, every one is thrilled! However, one employee soon begins to question her boss's sincerity. She recounts a painful memory of her father giving her leftover presents from work; ..
Am I Missing Something?
A dejected Shannon comes in the door after cheerleader tryouts. Mom sees that she is down, but is shocked to hear Shannon actually made the squad. So why the long face? It's because Shannon thinks she won't fit in anywhere. Her two best friends also tried out but they didn't make it. So they're jealous ..
Karen comes home from the grocery store loaded down with bags of groceries.
"Buy one, get one free" she explains to her husband, Rob. She's
actually planning to give away half of the groceries to her sister's family
who's had a spell of bad luck. Just then she receives a phone call informing
Buy One, Get One Free
A sweeping look at the various relationships that affect us throughout life. An on-stage narrator and actors recreate scenes from childhood, high school, college, and marriage that illustrate in a comic way the many frustrations of living with imperfect people. Clothes, brains, beauty, neatness, even ..
Can't Live Without 'Em
An extended, half-hour sketch. A young couple, Renee and Kurt, decide to
host this year's extended family Christmas celebration. They have an infant
son, and they are hoping to put in place some meaningful Christmas traditions.
For Renee, she would like to have the Christmas story read at some point
A waitress at a small coffee shop makes life a little better for everyone she encounters. An especially obnoxious hairdresser-a regular-dumps a truck-load of problems during the few minutes she's there to grab lunch. But the waitress takes it in stride, doing what she can to support and encourage the ..
Miss Patsy is the host of a local kids television show, but definitely has some problems liking her joband kids. Norah, a make-up person on the set, offers some helpful ideas for the show. Though Miss Patsy appears to disdain Norah, she uses her idea anyway, without giving her credit. It isn't ..
A middle-aged man and a woman stand in front of different mirrors on opposite sides of the stage, both primping themselves for an apparently very important date. Each is anxious to make a good impression, but both are lamenting the signs of age that hamper their attempts to appear their best. They put ..
It's Father's Day and a college age son and father talk on their back porch. The son, Mark, has been sensing his mother's anger toward him and finally gets the explanation: both parents are disappointed in Mark because he's lied to them about dropping out of school. Mark confesses readily, and verbally ..