These shows all relate to the challenges of navigating rules, regulations and other bureaucratic processes.
Put them together to create a production of any length to explore the many ways people handle the rules and formalities that may get in the way from their getting what they want.
Three shows featuring the escapades of the pie ladies whose creative half-baked plans land them in deep water. Or Jail.
Problems in Santa's Polar Kingdom have everyone in a titter! A short and easy play that you can pull together quickly.
In search of her missing Social Security check, Finney navigates her way through one hilarious "helper" to another only to find red tape and an (in)definite answer. Short, easy, and never-fail!
Ivan rebels when Dorothy, an administrator, thinks she knows what's best for him. A sensitive show that highlights issues such as seniors not feeling that they are heard.
When a man returns a thermometer to the department store, confusion abounds! This is hilarious stuff!
Starlight Moon knows how to talk her way out of a speeding ticket. Is she telling the truth or not? So funny!
The members of the Resident’s Advisory Committee have trouble trying to accomplish anything at all. Part of the series, Senior Moments
Kicked out of her book club, Judy Crayton has decided to form her own group called Civilian Rules Administration Police (C.R.A.P.)! This play is in Chatterton Country Club
The Fox sisters outfox two men pretending to be from the State Health Board.
An older lady has not received her last Social Security check so she calls a bureaucrat for help. Short, easy and best of all, it's a ‘never fail’ script!
The Pie Ladies pick up their rolling pins to make dozens of pies, and their own country. The first in The Pie Ladies Series
Surprised by the sight of a dead cow in the street, the woman calls Animal Control. She listens to the long taped message, then takes an innovative step to solve the problem.
When Harold, who is married to Maude, comes on to Gloria, who is married to Sam, Gloria comes up with a solution which gives him a strange idea.
The Pettiburg Town Hall spans the Canadian-US border and has two mayors in an ongoing feud. International relations are rarely this hilarious.
Working together, playing together, having a family together, this long time married couple knew each other well...or so they thought.
Things at the DMV, Department of Motor Vehicles, aren't always easy. The life of an examiner can be difficult!
An engaged couple's trip to the County office to get their marriage license sounds easy, but not with this County Clerk!