A good friend is there for you no matter what.
With these plays,
you’ll find friends helping each other, disagreeing, playing tricks, and testing loyalties.
Put them together to create a production of any length that celebrates amicable relationships.
Explore the purpose (and trials) of friendship by putting putting together plays in this theme to create a production of any length.
A good casserole has an unintended result. This play is part of the collection, Cuckoos in Cahoots at the Villa Estates
Two older cousins escape together on a cruise. In Old Folks Rock: A Celebration of Vitality
The groom has a suspicious relationship with two women, Siri and Alexa. This play is part of the collection, Cuckoos in Cahoots at the Villa Estates
A simple wedding proposal turns into a cuckoo production. This play is part of the collection, Cuckoos in Cahoots at the Villa Estates
Four short comedies woven together by four quirky women and one calm and reasonable Walter.
Two men realize that friendship, even with a muskrat, is more important than making a stew of things.
Turn back the clock and sing along with these foot-tapping oldies!
Nothing tests your holiday spirit more than four wacky ladies who can be rude, irritating, and often distracted. Will Helen throw in her Santa hat for good?
Millionaire Mernie Mayhem's strategy for testing her friends' loyalty misfires in this zany comedy.
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.
Lunch with friends has become complicated. This play is part of the collection, Cuckoos in Cahoots at the Villa Estates
When four sorority sisters get together for a reunion week of fun and frolic, the gathering doesn’t go as planned. Their relationships are tested but friendship prevails.
Hijinks and shenanigans rule the day as the ladies of the Perfect Petunias Garden Club pull out all the stops at the yearly luncheon and bingo game.
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!
This is a fast-paced comedy of misperceptions and misunderstandings with the lesson: Never be unfaithful to your hairdresser!
The afternoon event is more than tea and scones--it's about friends' hopes, dreams, and misunderstandings as they celebrate each woman's life. Full of action!
In a dream, Gerald relives his high school transformation from nerd to regular boy. All characters are hilariously played by seniors!
Harry has a problem. And while his sister's loan may be able to hold off the bookie's frustration for a week or so, what he really needs is an angel.
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.
A musical set at a 47th high school reunion in a small town, a sometimes melancholy, sometimes joyous gathering. Easy show, fun to perform!
Three plays that celebrate old folks! They can be performed singly or all together.
Two old friends come out of retirement to become lifeguards at their local beach. Can they get along in their confined space?
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!
This warm and humorous script of a 50th high school reunion brings a colorful group to their Midwestern roots along with their pasts and futures. Makes for quite an evening!
A neatnik rents a room to a free spirit...and you get a whirlwind of humorous conflict in this hilarious "Odd Couple"-like show.
They're cutting in line, you got to be kidding! Only your friends are there to save you and your fun night out.
In Chatterton Country Club, a 55+ retirement community, lives a crazy cast of characters whose stories make senior communal living..."entertaining!"
Have Aunts Delia and Deborah abandoned their babysitting charge to two strange men?
Gracie, Miranda, and Sara are looking for a new roommate! It seems that they found the perfect person…but it’s a man! What will the neighbors think?
Solly and May meet in an urban park to share secrets in a relationship that connects them in a bright new future.
Bob and Joe share more than a game of checkers. It’s all guy talk until Bob reveals a secret about Joe’s wife. This play is in Chatterton Country Club
Four middle-aged women plan to convert a vacant store into a bowling alley. But first they must outsmart a cagey county Sheriff.
Margaret and Arlene show us what happens when adults gossip in a close-knit community. This play is in Chatterton Country Club
Two women convert Lady Anne's home into a bed and breakfast, which becomes the setting for a cast of characters that bring with them hilarity, intrigue, romance, and warmth.
Myrna is a retired starlet, Sylvia is a retired homemaker. Now living in a retirement village, Sylvia thinks they might be sharing something!
It seems like everybody is calling Agnes at the same time--a friend, neighbor, sister, and a repairman. She has only one choice--to put people on hold!
Senior Moments is five short plays with great characters, a popular show. Do one or all of them. Is an Award Winner!
Three women meet on deck during a singles cruise. All goes well until an eligible male appears, add martinis into the mix and you'll never know what you get!
Laura and Marty have been married for 30 years but when Marty is forced into early retirement, Laura tries to help with unexpected results!
Liz and Elsie, friends for 30 years, meet in the Afterlife, where secrets are revealed as they play games and drink Irish Whiskey. Wonderful, lively characters full of punch.
Norma and her closest friend, Molly, resolve problems that keep their worlds intact in a heartwarming comedy.
Rose and Lucille always go to bingo together, but this time it's different! Funny, funny, show with twists, mix-ups, love, and dentures!
Two newborns struggle to make sense out of their amazing new situation. You can almost see the seniors in costume as babies!