From online dating to cooking up favorite casseroles, finding romance as we get older is a favorite topic in Senior Theatre.
All of these plays feature couples on a date (or hoping to date).
Put them together to create a production of any length.
Is this how to put your best foot forward when you meet someone for the first time? Fast and witty show, then sweet and touching. Lovely!
For two years, Edna has been walking in a fog. Moving to Sunset Village wakes her up in more ways than one!
Mimsy and Stephan keep romance alive with their unique twist on weekly Zoom dates. This one is a sure hit!
A good casserole has an unintended result. This play is part of the collection, Cuckoos in Cahoots at the Villa Estates
Two comedies, set on the deck of a cruise ship, poking fun at senior-style romance. Hilarious!
With the help of his two friends, Ozzy gets off the bench and practices the dating game.
Jackie and George are about to get married but can he survive the "language of love?" Will these two ever get on the same page?
Corly promises her new beau, an allergist, that she’s pet-free, but it gets tense. A strong script with plenty of intrigue plus sound effects makes a super holiday show!
Liz and Marjorie spark a community scandal when they accidentally hit send on a provocative email, blasting it out to the entire Wine Wednesday chat group.
Double bubble, a love potion is twice the trouble with expired ingredients and not-helpful sisters.
Jay and Amanda are a couple waiting to happen--or are they? An under-five soccer game seems an odd place to find a companion but maybe the grandkids are the key.
Three friends each try to outdo each other in appealing to a now-available man. The action is frantic and funny!
Two women show up at the same time for a first date with Thomas. A little mistake becomes a big mess that creates only one solution for the women. Funny!
George and Gracie briefly share the challenges of getting older. Through a happy exchange of ideas, they emerge hopeful about the future.
Humorous and touching, "The House of Tomorrow" weaves together stories and characters in a flexible length show.
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!
A coffee date has never been so interesting! Besides the two potential lovebirds at the table, their inner voices are along to coach, cajole, and criticize.
When an online encounter leads to a blind date, two widows plot an escape strategy just in case. Only to have the romance turn the tables on them.
Roger, recently widowed, is visited by five women friends bearing gifts of food. Competition ensues with hilarious results.
A retirement community's new resident is stunned to learn he will be the latest award in an astonishing lottery.
Believe in yourself, no matter how many false starts you have in life, it’s never too late for the real thing.
Feisty Rachel reveals more than she intends when she dispenses dating advice to Lenore. Such a nice show!
Rose and Oscar, both in their 80’s, meet to renew their interrupted romance. Is one of the plays in Senior Moments.
Two seniors, Rose and Charlie, meet at a café on a blind date set up over the Internet. Is one of the plays in Senior Moments.
Colonel William and Mother Angie have a chance encounter at a casino, and he is forced to change lifelong habits. Is one of the plays in Senior Moments.
Esta comedia de carcajadas ofrece una mirada fresca a los problemas de las citas románticas en la tercera edad.
A woman sees her blind date sneak a foil packet into his wallet and assumes it’s a condom. He's confident of something happening but it's not lust!
Charlie is on the prowl for older women, but Rose has had an “unexpected dose of reality.” Is one of the plays in Senior Moments.
Since ancient times, the magic of the night sky has held sway over Love and Lovers. Whether in Verona, Italy between Romeo and Juliet, or in Muncie, Indiana.
Wry-witted, with rapid fire screwball comedy dialogue. Agnes tries to finish her taxes but finds that there's more to life than investments and paperwork.
Cette excellente comédie propose un regard neuf sur les problèmes qu'ont les Seniors pour leurs rendez-vous amoureux.
After unpacking from her move to a senior apartment, an older woman goes to the park and meets another tenant. Do they share a past? Can lost love be recovered?
This laugh-out-loud comedy offers a fresh look at the problems of senior dating. A 'never-fail' show!
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.
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!
"...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!
If Max is to win Wendy's heart, she decrees, "You must be able to make the perfect lasagna." Lasagna! Max doesn't even know how to spell lasagna!
Jen is meeting her online date in person. He looks like a great match or is he? Surprise ending!
An engaged couple's trip to the County office to get their marriage license sounds easy, but not with this County Clerk!
A lovely wordless play about two people, next door neighbors, connecting through dance.
When Eddie brings his new girlfriend home to meet Dad, it's a learning process for everyone.
Jake was thinking he was going to get lucky! Rachel agreed to come back to his apartment after dinner for a game of Scrabble. But did she really just want Scrabble?