These shows all relate to living fully as we get older.
The characters are vibrant, tackling challenges and daring to try new experiences. Put them together to create a production of any length that will inspire your audience to celebrate each and every season of life.
For two years, Edna has been walking in a fog. Moving to Sunset Village wakes her up in more ways than one!
Muriel's on a mission to leave the rehabilitation center. Her souvenir? His name is Maurice.
Convinced they need to help Dad, two sisters hire matronly Bea to be his housekeeper. His plans are much more fun.
Don’t judge these three little ‘ole seniors by their bathrobes. There’s more to their story than meets the eye.
Feisty Lucille is applying for a job at Jugs Restaurant, ready to compete with younger women. This super strong sassy character is one you'll want to play.
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!
She's willing to risk losing all she's gained from a charmed life to win validation as a poet.
The creator of the hit comic strip "Luann" brings you a fresh new musical that reminds us to wear wrinkles with pride!
Three plays that celebrate old folks! They can be performed singly or all together.
Two older people can solve their financial and loneliness problems if only they are brave enough to use a little 'creativity.'
Believe in yourself, no matter how many false starts you have in life, it’s never too late for the real thing.
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!
Life is quiet, simple, and routine for stodgy retiree, Earl, until Aileen, his fun-loving wife, jostles the norm by joining a motorcycle club!
Esta comedia de carcajadas ofrece una mirada fresca a los problemas de las citas románticas en la tercera edad.
Bitsy and her friends recycle trash for their ‘art faire’ to be held in the Wyndham Mansion Gardens only to meet opposition from the neighbors.
In Chatterton Country Club, a 55+ retirement community, lives a crazy cast of characters whose stories make senior communal living..."entertaining!"
Ray and his wife Angie are visiting Ray’s mother, but they weren’t expecting that all of her previous lovers were going to visit, too!
It's North vs. South in the Twin Hills Retirement Community as they fight over gold in this rambunctious musical.
Cette excellente comédie propose un regard neuf sur les problèmes qu'ont les Seniors pour leurs rendez-vous amoureux.
This laugh-out-loud comedy offers a fresh look at the problems of senior dating. A 'never-fail' show!
High school seniors have voted to invite a senior citizen, Sarah Goldfarb, to be their graduation speaker. Her wise and witty talk inspires!
A widow lives in the attic of her own house but finds that her later years are more fulfilling and exciting than she could have ever expected. This story will fill your audiences with laughter, adventure, and love!
Ida, a frustrated homemaker, swears off housework for more enlightening tasks. A never-fail show and a hit wherever it's performed!
Actors, Musicians and Singers need to pull off their best performance yet. Otherwise, their unique retirement home may be sold and turned into a mall.
Mrs. O'Neill asks for the golf club's senior rate only to be rebuffed by the icy, all-business Miss Mulligan. But who's the real player?
As a woman rakes, a man examines windblown photos prompting memories and images from the past, real or imagined. This is a lovely, well written show, and a joy to perform.
Norma and her closest friend, Molly, resolve problems that keep their worlds intact in a heartwarming comedy.
The old concession stand on the beach is going to be torn down. So the longtime proprietor gathers with a seagull friend to say goodbye.
Deep in the forest an old leaf encourages a caterpillar go on the next adventure. But the caterpillar is afraid and won't leave the fairy ring until he's nudged out. Fun and touching.
Why did the pretentious gallery not choose their art? The seniors’ only option is to protest, which leads them to even more challenges. Great characters in a strong script!
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.