If there is a paying audience, I'm afraid a royalty is involved. I firmly believe that if you think your show is good enough to ask people to pay for, you should compensate the artists who gave you the show to sell, even if it is just a token. So don't be scared off! The royalties are low and adjusted for each theater's particular financial realities.
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Two lonely children meet in Texas and their lives are changed for the better.
This sweet, family friendly, fifteen-minute play is a nostalgic journey through friendship, and how a camera and a gerbil can make the world huge and wonderful.
2m, 1 w/m
From politics to cars, Bud and Jeff know exactly how to fix the world... if only they could put down their drinks and get off their barstools. Could the magic of a new song on the jukebox be enough?
This 10-minute play features great physical comedy opportunities for older character actors.
WARNING: Artistically motivated cussing