A collection of one-act plays based on the theme of marriage. A delightful look at how each playwright views marriage and the foolish mishaps that occur when one "falls" in love.
Written by Sam Shepard. This play explores the relationship of the artist to his work. The need for instinct battles the need for discipline. The "good" versus the "bad."
The Toys Take Over Christmas
Written by Patricia Clapp. This delightful tale of lively toys that decide to stand up to the Evil Toymaker.
Written by Anton Chekov. A tale of unrequited love and misdirected passion, typical Chekovian fare–a poignant look into provincial Russian life.
A Doll's House
Written by Henrik Ibsen (Commissioned translation by John Bergstrom). Ibsen's revolutionary tale of a woman's discovery of her place in her marriage and her willingness to change it.
Back to Methuselah
Written by G.B. Shaw. The Adam and Eve story as only Shaw could tell it.
Written by Thorton Wilder. This classic retelling of everyday life and the beauty and gifts that it brings.
The Winter's Tale
Written by William Shakespeare. This fairytale written for adults explores the dark world of jealousy and the lightness of redemption.
A Doctor in Spite of Himself
Written by Moliere. In order to sell tickets to his masterpiece, The Misanthrope, Moliere wrote this piece of fluff. A woodsmen is duped into believing he is a doctor in spite of himself. Since he "speaks" latin, he figures it must be so. A delightful comedy for the high brow and low brow alike.