COMING SOON!!

New Plays that will be released in the coming months (Release Date Subject to Change)

FOUL FEAST by Gregory Bray and John Patrick Bray

Cast Size: 6M 4W 1M/F or Trained Dog

Running Time: 90+ minutes

Royalty Rate: $75 per performance

Bertrand and Bernard Lavishly invite a group of guests ostensibly to get to know the locals, however it slowly becomes revealed that they may be more interested in creating the right circumstances for ritual sacrifice. If Neil Simon had written Midsommar for Frasier and Niles Crane, the result would be the uproarious farce Foul Feast.

THE LADY DEMANDS SATISFACTION By Arthur M. Jolly (Available Feb 1)

Cast Size: 2M 5W

Running Time: 90+ minutes

Royalty Rate: $75 per performance

When a young maiden who has never touched a sword learns she must defend her inheritance in a duel, she struggles with a milksop suitor, a servant girl posing as a Prussian fencing master, a Prussian fencing master who thinks he is there to marry her, a stodgy lawyer and her domineering aunt – the finest blade anywhere – to save her house and lands. Like all classic farces, everyone gets the ending they deserve in unexpected ways… but will they be satisfied?

NEUROTIC MONKEYS by Alan Kilpatrick (Available Feb 1)

Cast Size: 3M 4W

Running Time: 90+ minutes

Royalty Rate: $75 per performance

Professor Sergei Kaminski, a noted expert on the “Butcher of Minsk” serial murders, champions the release of a man he believes has been falsely charged with the crimes. Opposing him is Major Natasha Baranski, an ambitious police official who is suspicious of the criminologist’s motives. Kaminski’s life begins to unravel when he is approached by the accused’s girlfriend who, believing that Kaminski is the real culprit, creates a fantastic and dangerous plan to free the prisoner. She wants him to commit another Butcher murder – this time on her.

NO BUSINESS LIKE IT By Carl L. Williams (Available Feb 1)

Cast Size: 3M 4W

Running Time: 90+ minutes

Royalty Rate: $75 per performance

A frazzled director in rehearsal for a musical finds herself contending with the executive director’s latest dimwitted girlfriend, who can’t sing, the quarrelsome male lead, who can’t quit complaining, and the executive director himself, who can’t stop interfering. His uncle, the owner of the theater, begins to wonder if the show really must go on. Music is forgotten when confusion takes the stage, as theater staff and cast members clash in pursuit of art, commerce, and romance.

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