These shows all have sisters.
Sisters stick together, in all kinds of weather. Or do they?
These plays all feature sisters in tight places. Put them together to create a production of any length to explore the theme of this special relationship.
Asking a sister for the family heirloom is extra tricky when she's left this world.
Double bubble, a love potion is twice the trouble with expired ingredients and not-helpful sisters.
Two aging sisters debate the merits of answering the telephone, global warming, and attending the annual wildflower walk.
Kate and Joanie arrive at their sister Marilyn’s house after her husband leaves her. They are not prepared to find that Marilyn is coping just fine on her own. Funny and touching play.
Two sisters finally decide to solve long-simmering family problems that have been ignored for too long. What a play!
The Fox sisters outfox two men pretending to be from the State Health Board.
Have sisters Dora and Delia finally caught a garden pest…or a neighbor’s beloved pet?
Sometimes it may be wise to listen to superstitions--when an Aunt offers you her late husband's shoes, run!
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!
A women converses with her sister about an estranged daughter who planted roses. But is it really the sister she's talking to?
Two sisters engage in a classic family argument about what to do with Momma as she grows older. They are more concerned about themselves than they are about their mother!