Theatre has the opportunity to spark conversations, and change opinions.
These shows all address topics relevant to living in today’s modern as older adults. Put them together to create a production of any length. Click on the title for play information and to read a FreeView, then order your copy.
Two strangers meet in a field. What at first seems like small talk actually stirs some deeper questions.
Santa is grumpy! The modern workforce of elves and reindeer makes him wish for the good old days. Will he get with the times?
Two couples, confronted by the reality of Alzheimer's disease and dementia, forge ahead into life's undefined future with humor and honesty.
Henrietta, a new widow, is taken in by various schemes and scams, only to be saved in the nick of time by the street-wise detective and scambuster, San Scam!
Howard and Roz are rushing out to their grandchild's birthday party when a potential gift rattles them. How to handle the child's recent trans revelation?
Popular playwright, Bob Naquin is back with a holiday treat! A homeless person reminds us that what's inside a person is more important than outward appearances.
Believe in yourself, no matter how many false starts you have in life, it’s never too late for the real thing.
When it’s time to convince people to get the flu shot, sometimes entertainment can carry the most convincing message. Used by health departments and aging organizations with great success!
Joan comes up with a brilliant plan to combat ageism and the inappropriate way some people speak to older people.
Two sisters finally decide to solve long-simmering family problems that have been ignored for too long. What a play!
The play is set on the “Opal” show, a nationally televised tribute to volunteers moderated by the popular TV personality. The fast paced comedy is a fitting tribute to volunteers.
Church women discuss Louella's brainstorm--creating personalized, unforgettable memorial services. The surprises the whole town.
Bettie, a veteran widow, explains the tangled maze of learning to live without your spouse in this surprisingly funny short play.
Created by a well-respected intergenerational company, this show turns the economic crisis into an opportunity to bring the generations together. Crash provides audiences with hope, insight, and joy.
Cordy Shelburne's life is enriched after re-discovering the joy of living from a wise lady who is homeless. Great tunes, a wonderful story, and an uplifting message!
A perky young volunteer tries to cheer up an outspoken older woman. What begins as a test of wills ends up as a loving relationship.
The question, "When should I stop driving?" is at the heart of this mostly light-hearted play.
At his wife's behest, Ralph is visiting his doctor for a prostate checkup. But the digital aspect of the exam has given him sleepless nights!
James shows us how to reflect on our own lives and make the right decisions. But is there still time?
This show is as funny as its title! The flexible number of women take you on a comic romp through the trials and tribulations of womanhood.
Ladies and Gentlemen, we present Billy Buck and Jo-Jo, two rodeo performers who wake up only to discover that they are dead...and still together!