A good female character takes charge of the situation and leads the way.
All of these plays feature great women leads. Put them together to create a production of any length that celebrates amicable relationships.
Musical revue / variety show brings famous actors from the silver screen together to stage one final musical revue, The Greatest Show of All Time.
It’s July, 1969 and Miss Ida Lemmie is on a mission! Her yard sale is an excuse to tell her glamorous and vivid tale of survival.
Feisty Lucille is applying for a job at Jugs Restaurant, ready to compete with younger women. This super strong sassy character is one you'll want to play.
This lovely play brings Julia Morgan to life. She was a ground-breaking architect who designed more than 700 buildings during her long and prolific career, including Hearst Castle.
Peg knows that she has to make changes if she's going to make it financially. So, she changes her name, gives up her apartment, and moves into a Holiday Inn!
She's willing to risk losing all she's gained from a charmed life to win validation as a poet.
Years later, Jimmy Hoffa is still missing. Meanwhile, Phyllis worries about her finances and a broken septic system. She decides that desperate times require bold action!
Lifelong friends Trish and Nancy, deep in conversation, discover that true girlfriends last only until the next man comes along...that is, unless he has a wife. Fun female roles.
At the KOA campground, Crusty Wilma makes Rose and Dottie aware of their dreams and life becomes better for everyone. Funny, charming and thought provoking.
A musical set at a 47th high school reunion in a small town, a sometimes melancholy, sometimes joyous gathering. Easy show, fun to perform!
Mah Jongg Mondays solidified the friendship of four women. And then the game stopped. Decades later, the group reunites, one tile and one player, short.
Starlight Moon knows how to talk her way out of a speeding ticket. Is she telling the truth or not? So funny!
A neatnik rents a room to a free spirit...and you get a whirlwind of humorous conflict in this hilarious "Odd Couple"-like show.
In this hilarious monologue, Mabel Claus describes the trials and tribulations of being married to the world’s most famous man for 541 years. A true Christmas gem!
Two sisters finally decide to solve long-simmering family problems that have been ignored for too long. What a play!
Cordy Shelburne's life is enriched after re-discovering the joy of living from a wise lady who is homeless. Great tunes, a wonderful story, and an uplifting message!
Myrna is a retired starlet, Sylvia is a retired homemaker. Now living in a retirement village, Sylvia thinks they might be sharing something!
After 51 years of marriage, Edna travels to Indonesia to see coral reefs, jungles and tigers and comes home with an important souvenir - herself.
An unsuspecting caller only wants to find out how to make a casserole but finds herself in a conversation that takes off everywhere but a recipe!
A seriously wonderful play! With two strong women’s roles this show features a mother, daughter, and an absent “sister” in a twisty, mysterious relationship.
Gladys dreams of being a celebrity. To fulfill her fantasy, she enters her play in a national contest only to find herself head over heels in comedic trouble. Audiences love this show!
In WWII Paris during Madame Joel's French class, Sara learns how to play a very important game. Award-winning monologue!
Mrs. O'Neill asks for the golf club's senior rate only to be rebuffed by the icy, all-business Miss Mulligan. But who's the real player?
Mystery surrounds the death of Nell's husband and Sheriff Wally is suspicious. Nell has some doubts of her own.
This show is as funny as its title! The flexible number of women take you on a comic romp through the trials and tribulations of womanhood.
In the Old West when your train stopped at the depot, you ate in Fred Harvey's restaurants famous for good food, friendly service, and the famous Harvey Girls.
For ten years Marilyn has toured these shows throughout her community. The actors love them, the audiences love them. She combines rich history with solid theatre.
This true, but little-known story is the tale of a brave woman who helped the Union Army win the Civil War. She was a legend!
Full of spirit, this is Molly Brown's tale of rags to riches and her courage when the Titanic was sinking. Royalty free!
Pauline Stewart is an independent women who needs a bit of assistance. And when her daughter and son-in-law hire companions for her, she fires every one. But then there's Annie Simms, who makes the cut.
This is the story of Amelia Earhart and 19 other female aviators who competed in the harrowing, first All Women's Transcontinental Air Race in 1929. What a story!
Annie Oakley comes alive as the best and most exciting sharpshooter on both sides of the ocean in her tour with Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show.