PART THE CURTAINLIFE RAFT:
A group of misinformed ship passengers rush to secure seats on a large rubber raft occupied by the ship’s captain and first mate,on a fishing trip.
MR. CHEEKS TOO SOFT:
Cowboys and cowgirls recite cowboy poetry. Music and banter link the segments of poetry and song.
Two elderly sisters share a senior’s residence and reminisce about their dramatic and comical life concerning a love of their life.
ON WITH THE SHOW:
Actors become the audience on stage intent on viewing a theatre play. A varied group plays out their opinions of life with dramatics and comedy, often reflecting the nature of the audience.
THREE PLAYS BY ME:
The Crabtrees on Butternut Corners: A Married couple display their bickering life together. Two Poets in Bellevue Park: A man and women, each love-forlorn, recite poetry to the audience. Their dialogue is silent between the couple. Wojo and Youngin: A talking dog gives life advice to his young master, while reflecting on his own dog-romance.