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Babes In The Wood (Webster) Fantasy/Adventure View Details Compare
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When the King and Queen of Bohemia leave Count Tofifty in charge of the castle when they tour the Kingdom, things don't look too good for the two babes! The Count has fleeced his estates and now sees the chance for more, so when Robin of Loxley tries to warn the court he's banished from the Kingdom into the woods. In the custody of their dotty Nanny, the Prince and Princess are soon lost in the forest - with a little help from the Count and his henchmen, of course! Soon, the trio meet the banished Robin and his band of men, and together with a superb combination of romance, swashbuckloing adventure and loads of comedy, the outlaws seek revege to save the Kingdom.  Available in a volume with "Dick Turpin". 

Baby Comedy/Satire; Romance View Details Compare
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Bad Girls - The Musical Comedy/Satire View Details Compare
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BAD GIRLS is a fresh, funny and original British musical, based on characters from the award winning and hugely popular television drama.

Set in the fictional HMP Larkhall, it’s the story of new idealistic Wing Governor Helen Stewart and her battles with the entrenched old guard of Officer Jim Fenner and his sidekick Sylvia Hollamby. It also follows the love story that develops between Helen and charismatic inmate Nikki Wade. Other featured characters include Shell Dockley and her runner Denny Blood, old-timer Noreen Biggs, The Two Julies and the ultimate Top Dog, King-of-Gangland’s missus, Yvonne Atkins. A tragic death on the wing - in which Jim Fenner is implicated - leads to an angry protest from the women and forces Helen and Nikki to their opposite sides of the bars. But when it’s clear that Helen stands to lose her job over Jim Fenner’s misdeeds, the race is on for the women to nail Jim once and for all.

Baker's Wife, The Comedy/Satire; Romance View Details Compare
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Ballad of Salomon Pavey, The Drama View Details Compare
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The compelling story of two rival groups of boy actors at court during the reign of the Virgin Queen, Elizabeth I. Salomon Pavey, an outstanding young actor with a flair for playing the parts of old men, unwittingly becomes involved in the politics of the Royal Court with tragic results - a victim not only of his enemies, but also of his success. A ballad opera that uses popular music of the period, capturing beautifully the spirit of the Elizabethan age.

Band Geeks Comedy/Satire; Festive/Christmas View Details Compare
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Band Geeks (Expanded Version) Comedy/Satire; Festive/Christmas View Details Compare
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Bat Boy: The Musical Comedy/Satire View Details Compare
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"Big laughs…It's remarkable what intelligent wit can accomplish—a jaggedly imaginative mix of skewering humor and energetic glee." —NY Times.

"Smart, playful and funny…a giggling cult hit" —NY Magazine.

"Outrageously silly and totally charming." —NY Daily News.

"At the end of the show, you've been gleefully, outlandishly entertained." —NY Newsday.

"Composed with smarts, staged with savvy and performed with gusto, BAT BOY: THE MUSICAL is a winner. You'd be batty to miss it." —Star Ledger.

Bed and Sofa Drama View Details Compare
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In Moscow, in 1926, a housing crisis rages. In a cramped apartment, Ludmilla, a put-upon housewife, lives in dreamy complacency with her cheerful despot of a husband, Kolya. When one day, Kolya's handsome comrade, Volodya, arrives from the country, but can find no lodgings, Kolya offers him their sofa. When Kolya returns early from a business trip, he is shocked to discover that Ludmilla and Volodya have become lovers. Kolya moves out, but there is still nowhere to live, so he reluctantly returns, taking the sofa, leaving Ludmilla and Volodya the bed. Kolya stalls the new couple's lovemaking with endless games of checkers, so that slowly, to Ludmilla's frustration, Volodya becomes more interested in the manly sport of checkers than in sex. Finally, Volodya reveals himself to be just as much a domestic despot as Kolya. So Ludmilla banishes Volodya to the sofa and takes the bed for herself. Ludmilla's "marriage" to the two men has already had its consequence as she is pregnant. The two men bicker over who is the father and finally decree: Ludmilla must have an abortion. Acquiescing, Ludmilla waits her turn in a frighteningly efficient clinic. But seeing a living, breathing baby out the window convinces her to leave, without the procedure. She packs up and abandons her two "husbands," declaring them unworthy to be fathers, and Kolya and Volodya find themselves alone in the close Moscow flat. They have no choice: As Ludmilla rides alone into the exciting unknown, Kolya takes the bed and Volodya the sofa.

One of the most acclaimed productions of its season, this enchanting three-character "silent movie opera" based on Abram Room's scandalous 1926 Russian film comedy, premiered at the Vineyard Theatre in New York, where it received an Obie award for its composer, Polly Pen (Goblin Market), and seven Drama Desk nominations, including Best Musical. With witty book and lyrics by Laurence Klavan (Freud's House, Sleeping Beauty, Gorgo's Mother). "A delight! First rate! A classy treat! A new work that both honors the original and gives it a sternly funny stage life of its own." —NY Times. "Wonderful! A must see! So perfectly done it is almost unfair to the rackety hacks who infest our musical theater." —Village Voice. "Enchanting! Exquisite! A wholly original piece of musical theatre!" —NY Newsday. "Fresh and endearing! As original as it is impudent! The show has jaunty music by Polly Pen and a jazzy text by Laurence Klavan." —NY Magazine.  

Beggar Student, The Drama View Details Compare
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Naples, 1840. A rascally Colonel in the Austrian Army of Occupation plans revenge on a girl who has rebuffed him - Laura, one of the two daughters of an impoverished Italian Countess. He releases two young prisoners on condition they masquerade as a wealthy Prince and his secretary. The ‘Prince’ has to win Laura’s hand, and then humiliate her. How the young men fall in love with the two girls and completely turn the tables on the Colonel is splendidly told in this tuneful operetta.

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