These shows all feature the parents and their children.
Put them together to create a production of any length to explore this relationship.
Convinced they need to help Dad, two sisters hire matronly Bea to be his housekeeper. His plans are much more fun.
Martha knows how to guilt-trip and manipulate people. Now with both son and daughter-in-law, who will win?
Molly's been keeping secrets from her friends Beth and Fran. What she tells them when she returns from her month's-long trip is truly shocking.
When Robert and Alese Langford interview for a coveted spot at an elite retirement community, everyone--including the audience--is in for surprises!
His daughter is taking Dad to his appointments and they’re at lunch. It’s a battle to be heard, but Dad finds a way to get her attention!
The divorced parents and their son are driving to escape the hurricane and the past, only to discover that there's still a lot there to love!
The kids want to move back home but Dad has just the plan to stop that nonsense!
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!
Phil's old rusty refrigerator breaks, his daughter Dorothy persuades him to look for a new one. His surprising decision is funny, endearing, and sweet!
Humorous and touching, "The House of Tomorrow" weaves together stories and characters in a flexible length show.
A husband’s retirement schemes get interrupted when a widow moves in next door. Hilarious!
How far will feisty Goldalee Schneider go to make her daughter listen to her? To the lobby of the local Holiday Inn, handcuffed to a chair!
Joan comes up with a brilliant plan to combat ageism and the inappropriate way some people speak to older people.
When Mrs. Brown misplaces something important, her whole family goes into action!
Grandpa is very happy living in his beach shack, spotting whales with his telescope. But his daughter, Estelle, wants him to live in her apartment. Great story with children and adults sharing the stage!
Two middle-aged daughters with good intentions play matchmaker with their single parents. It's a total, hilarious mess! But love wins in the end.
A women converses with her sister about an estranged daughter who planted roses. But is it really the sister she's talking to?
Two middle-aged daughters try to make a love match with their reluctant, widowed parents. In an effort to help them, the daughters make a terrible mess of everything!
The question, "When should I stop driving?" is at the heart of this mostly light-hearted play.
"...A very clever and fast-moving comedy!" about a pair of one night stands during the Northeast Blackout of 1965 that come back to haunt two couples!
James shows us how to reflect on our own lives and make the right decisions. But is there still time?
Two sisters engage in a classic family argument about what to do with Momma as she grows older. They are more concerned about themselves than they are about their mother!
When Eddie brings his new girlfriend home to meet Dad, it's a learning process for everyone.
Though Harry Goldstein has only two things in mind, his will and his bad habit, he learns new life lessons in a touching play!
Molly Sullivan is 72 years old. It's always a struggle to get her daughter to show up for visits. So Molly and her compatriots concoct a madcap scheme to solve the problem.
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.
Today is moving day and Eddie is ready to help his Mom move to the Purple Sage Retirement Village, but she has other plans.