These shows all relate to Theatre or the Movies.
From auditioning to performance, standing in line for a movie, chaos in the audience, or backstage mayhem, these all have to do with at least some aspect of theatre. Put them together to create a production of any length to explore aspects of house and stage.
Musical revue / variety show brings famous actors from the silver screen together to stage one final musical revue, The Greatest Show of All Time.
Two fun comedies that are a play within a play. Each play works as a stand-alone show.
The shenanigans, drama and secrets behind the scenes in casting Lucille. The first play in A Fine Time to Be Lucille
In this tender comedy about wanting more, a woman brings an unusual object for appraisal on Antiques Roadshow: her husband.
During a radio broadcast, the audience is led to believe that the guest actor and actress hate each other. The two go off script and destroy the entire show!
Lucille thinks her friend has the better life. But does she really? The second play in A Fine Time to Be Lucille
The evening newscast is definitely NOT the news at DNN. Don't expect a lot of in depth coverage or serious social commentary! It's simply zany fun.
The backstage bedlam and the on-stage antics make for a screwball new comedy!
Getting the perfect seat in the movie theatre is not a team sport. Watch as these seniors wordlessly work out the puzzle of where to sit.
The Senior Center's social committee prepares for their annual Christmas Coffee but to everyone's surprise, a hip-hop rapper steals the show. A light and lively holiday gem!