Book and Lyrics by Coni Koepfinger Music and Lyrics by C. Michael Perry TINKERTOWN is a place of ideas… For in this
Book and Lyrics by June Rachelson-Ospa Music by Phil Goodbody Okay, so this is NOT your usual fairytale of a Princess kissing
by James Arrington The peculiar but all-too-recognizable Farley family is having their annual holiday party. The audience is name-tagged on entrance making
by Eric Samuelsen We hear it all the time. “I met him on the internet.” That simple statement that sends shockwaves through
by Joanna H. Kraus When a flower girl gets stage fright and can’t start the wedding procession, she’s convinced no one will
Morag Shepherd is a Scottish playwright and screenwriter. Shepherd grew up in rural Scotland and England before studying playwrighting at Brigham Young
by Morag Shepherd Eight-year-old Flora has lived in six foster homes since the age of five. One day Flora meets Bee and
by Anthony Buck The audience chooses the way in this Western adventure. Rookie sheriff Josiah Clay must safely transport $10,000 on a
by Anthony Buck The audience chooses the way in this fantasy adventure that features knights, squires, wizards, princess, dragons, and more! A
#4 Six of One… Clicking on any title below will take you to that plays’ Performance Licensing page. Challenging Athena by Genevieve
About become who YOU want to be and not giving in to labels
From the Children’s Theatre of Hampton Roads come this most imaginative retelling of one of the most beloved Fairy Tales
A delightful twist on the fairy tale as both the mermaid and her prince have a younger, same-gender sibling who get them and others into trouble; but it’s the little sister who is at the center of this story.
TV screens, computer screens, video screens, phone screens — what if they were the literal gateway to our scariest nightmares?
The Wild West and the Frontier are even wilder in this spoof on everything that is western-holy!
“The Wind in the Willows” as a melodrama? It’s not as strange as it might sound!
Where did Edgar Allan Poe get his ideas? Who was he before he became the successful writer? This is one likely (or unlikely) scenario that will delight your audiences!
Atlantis, Pirates, and Loch Ness are mysteries of our water-filled world. But when these tales are set in a Sideshow atmosphere, it takes the action up a notch!
The delightful traditions and history of Christmas are brought to life in this fine little Panto!
A clever experience with the classic ‘mellerdrama’ (melodrama) for children and teens.
A 1 man 1 woman adaptation of Shakespeare’s Richard III
Knights, Intrigue, Murder, Mystery, and the hand of a young maiden keep this wacky play going while the audience guesses whodunnit!
What’s on the screen can be terror-full, but nightmares and murder happen off-screen as well in this interactive murder mystery.
Who knew that out there, among the stars, there would be murder and a mystery to solve — and an audience just waiting for the chance to decipher the clues.
Murder may not be a very nice Christmas gift — but your audience will still love to figure our who did it!
A convention for … well not the dead, but those who care for the dead, and someone dies –– well, is murdered. Your audience will love to figure out which demented doctor did it!
Everybody loves trains and train rides. Writers and the murderers they write about, do, too.
Those ol’ Frat Boys are sure full of surprises, eh? Ever dreamed of recounting a number of murders at a Frat Reunion and finding yourself dead, too? Let your audience figure this one out!
The flora and the fauna of the Desert’s Edge are more than just toxic as the leader of a University expedition winds up dead. Who will figure it out? Someone in the audience!
Talk about dying under the knife! But the audience will figure it out!
What would an Italian Mob Wedding be without a little murder? Nothing that the audience could figure out.
Espionage and a USO Show. Who knew it could lead to murder? The audience, of course, they paid to come and figure it out!
The kick-line will be one short tonight as a Vegas Showgirl misses her entrance –– because she’s de-ad! So, who does the audience choose as the murderer?
In the Old West town of Gambler’s Gulch the Mayor is murdered. Which one of those contending for his office in the election did it? The audience will find out!
A will is nothing to die for — unless you’re a Winslow! Who did it? The audience knows!
High School Reunions just aren’t what they used to be, what with choosing the punch, sending the invitations and finding the murderer of one of the alumni. But that’s what the audience is for!
A Cruise ship? Pirates? Murder? Mayhem? The crew, the guests, and the pirates are at a loss — but the audience isn’t!
Experimental theatre is always novel in form and content, CoughLaugh is no exception to the rule, but it’s form may surprise you!