These plays are culturally specific to their Jewish characters’ points of view.
Put them together to create a production of any length.
Etta and Ida are convinced they know the right people but they're both wrong.
Feisty Etta and Ida are quick to kvetch about costly coffee. Oy vey! That was a bad idea.
Time to call the rabbi, this is a real emergency. Sam ran out at 4 AM with his santa suit. But it's Hannukah!
Isidor and Ida Straus lost their lives prematurely on the deck of The Titanic, but their love, arguments, and an additional consolation survive the wave.
When the rabbi's wife unexpectedly walks out on him, three women compete to win the rabbi's heart. This heartwarming comedy is sure to be a hit!
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.
A husband’s retirement schemes get interrupted when a widow moves in next door. Hilarious!
An older married couple give us a sweet and funny look at love in a long-standing marriage. Touching and kind, winner of many awards.
When Mr. Levine takes over Mr. Abrams’ kosher butcher shop, he needs to learn how ’things are done’ here. A nice play with a lot of good feelings!
A perky young volunteer tries to cheer up an outspoken older woman. What begins as a test of wills ends up as a loving relationship.
The matzo balls have gone missing from Sunny Acres Retirement Home and Holmes and Watson are on the case--Shirley Holmes and Dottie Watson, that is! A great comedy!
Though Harry Goldstein has only two things in mind, his will and his bad habit, he learns new life lessons in a touching play!