Past Productions

1994–present

COYOTE MOON was our 119th production. Titles in RED indicate an original play. Productions of original plays: 58 (this includes remounts of original works). Entire evenings comprised of multiple original short plays were counted as a single play; there were four original short plays that were part of the 10th Anniversary Playfest in 2004; these are included as four discrete plays in the count above.

2016

April 2016
COYOTE MOON by Sam D. White

February 2016 in partnership with OUT!Cast Theatre
THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW Book, Music & Lyrics by Richard O’Brien

2015

December 31, 2015
BALL DROP BLITZ 2 in partnership with KnowBetterProductions and OUT!Cast

December 2015                                                                                      GADZOOKS! CINDERELLA! (It ain’t Shakespeare!) by Nick Schweitzer

September–October 2015                                                                                RAPTURE, BLISTER, BURN by Gina Gionfriddo

March–April 2015 in partnership with OUT!Cast Theatre
BARE: A POP MUSICAL 
Book by Jon Hartmere & Damon Intrabartolo; Music by Damon Intrabartolo; Lyrics by Jon Hartmere

January–February 2015
THE BEAUTIFUL DARK by Erik Gernand                                                               Links: Photo Gallery

2014

December 31, 2014
BALL DROP BLITZ in partnership with KnowBetterProductions and OUT!Cast

October 2014
WIDESCREEN by Ned O’Reilly

May 2014
SKIN TIGHT 
by Gary Henderson

March–April 2014 in partnership with OUT!Cast Theatre
XANADU: THE BROADWAY COMEDY MUSICAL Book by Douglas Carter Beane; Music & Lyrics by Jeff Lynne and John Farrar

2013

November 2013
THORNTON WILDER & COMPANIONS
The Unerring Instinct by Thornton Wilder; Rivers Under the Earth by Thornton Wilder; The Angel on the Ship by Thornton Wilder; Remembrance by Nick Schweitzer; Thorn’s Wild West by R. Thomas Wilson; Pullman Car Hiawatha by Thornton Wilder; Dry Spell by Philip Heckman; The Drunken Sisters by Thornton Wilder; Pie in the Sky by Sam D. White

June 29, 2013
BLITZ XIII: The “Lucky” Edition

May 2013
THE ARSONISTS 
by Caleb Stone (remount of Alley Street Theater production)
Links: Photo Gallery

February 2013
CIRCLE MIRROR TRANSFORMATION by Annie Baker
Links: Photo Gallery

2012

October 2012
THE OPIATE OF THE MISSUS 
by Doug Reed

June 2012
BLITZ XII: The Musical

May 2012
BECKY SHAW 
by Gina Gionfriddo

March 2012 in partnership with OUT!Cast Theatre
AS BEES IN HONEY DROWN 
by Douglas Carter Beane

January 2012
TALKING OUT OF SCHOOL
Wheels on the Bus by Rachel Schramm; Etudes in Ignorance by Jeff Casey; Voice Lessons by Kelly Kotewa-Veldey; Undead Is Standard Usage Now by Jonathan Pollack; Find the Joy by Vince Busenbark; Aftermath by Elena Tabachnick; Thinking Caps by Gail Sterkel; Out of Special Class by Philip Heckman; What Republicans Do by Jane Leahy; Real by Mary Fairweather Dexter; Second Guess by Marty Mulhern; Do the World a Favor by Holly Walter Kerby; Class Meet Your New Teacher the National Guard by Paul Milisch

2011

November 2011
THE LAMENTABLE TRAGEDIE OF SCOTT WALKER, GOV’NOUR OF WISCONSIN
by Doug Reed (remount of Broom Street Theater production)

July 2011
YOU’VE RUINED A PERFECTLY GOOD MYSTERY!
by Rick Stemm & Christian Neuhaus (revised production, launch for performance at the 15th Annual New York International Fringe Festival)

May 2011
PEEP 
by Douglas Holtz
Links: Photo Gallery

April 2011
DEAD CERTAIN 
by Marcus Lloyd

January–February 2011
THE LAST SUPPER by Dan Rosen

2010

October 2010
THE VELVET SKY 
by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa

September 2010
YOU’VE RUINED A PERFECTLY GOOD MYSTERY! 
by Rick Stemm and Christian Neuhaus

June 19, 2010
BLITZ XI

June 18, 2010
BLITZ SMACKDOWN ROUND 4
His Girlfriend by Megan “Endgame” McGlone (defending champion) • About That… by Rob “The Assassin” Matsushita • King Bum by Doug “Professor of Pain” Reed • Juice by Buck “Hollywood” Hakes • Smoking Box by Christian “$ellout” Neuhaus and Rick “Turn It Up to 11” Stemm [winner]

May–June, 2010
POONA THE FUCK DOG 
by Jeff Goode

January–February 2010
FAT MEN IN SKIRTS by Nicky Silver

2009

November–December 2009
1 SW33T R1DE 
by Rob Matsushita

October 2009
VIN 
by Stephen House

September 2009
IN THE BEGINNING 
by Catherine Capellaro and Andrew Rohn

June 13, 2009
BLITZ X – featuring Blitz founder Buck Hakes and the Mad Rollin’ Dolls
Titles from Malcolm McDowell movies (June 13 his birthday); challenges: incorporate Rollin’ Doll character(s); genre
Voyage of the Damned by Jon Rowe • Dangerous Indiscretion by Matt Cibula • Jezebel’s Kiss by Daniel Loebl • Red Roses and Petrol by Josh Klessig and Sam Lawton • Britannia Hospital or Aces High by Esther R. Schwarzbauer • Figures in a Landscape by Gwendolyn Rice • Fist of the North Star by Brian Belz and Francisco Torres • Chalkzone by David Adler, Phil Heckman, Ken Lonnquist and Andrew Taylor

June 12, 2009
BLITZ SMACKDOWN ROUND 3
Titles taken from college fight songs
Big “C” by Gary “G-Man” Kriesel • Tribute to Troy by Megan “Endgame” McGlone [winner] • Cowboy Joe by Rob “The Assassin” Matsushita • Give My Regards to Davy by Doug “Professor of Pain” Reed • Sherlock Holmes in the Adventure of: Oksee Wow Wow by Christian “$ellout” Neuhaus and Rick “Turn It Up to 11” Stemm

May–June 2009
WELL 
by Lisa Kron

March–April 2009
CLOUD 9 
by Caryl Churchill – repertory co-production with StageQ

February–March 2009
VAMP 
by Ry Herman – repertory co-production with StageQ

January 2009
BLASPHEMY by Catherine Capellaro and Andrew Rohn

2008

November 2008
TEAROOM TANGO 
by Douglas Holtz

October–November 2008
EXCHANGE AT CAFÉ MIMOSA 
by Oana-Maria Cajal

September 2008
THE FULL MONTY 
by Terrence McNally and David Yazbek

July 11 & 12, 2008
BLITZ IX – 8 plays in 24 hours from page to stage – TWICE!

July 11                                                                                                                Running Hot and Cold: The Death of the Ice Box Man by James Schrader ● A Bedrock-Solid Alibi by Patrick Fernan ● Ticket to Nowhere by Gwendolyn Rice ● Not Exactly Martha Stewart by Rick Stemm ● Death: The Show by Megan McGlone ● Rub Me Tender by Karen Saari and Sunny Schomaker ● The Miscellaneous Ailment Foundation by Sam Lawson and Josh Klessig ● All Music Is the Blues: Have a Crappy Day! by Anthony Lamarr

June 2008
CELESTE AND STARLA SAVE TODD AND WIN BACK THE DAY
by Francesca Sanders
Winner, Mercury Rising 2nd Annual Play Competition – WORLD PREMIERE

April 2008
COMPLEAT FEMALE STAGE BEAUTY 
by Jeffrey Hatcher

February 16, 2008
BLITZ SMACKDOWN, Round 2  24-hour-play competition
Writing Challenge: incorporate random lines selected from 2007′s Smackdown Round 1 plays. Nobody’s Supposed to Be Here by Betty “Batta-Bing, Batta-Boom” Diamond; Chain of Fools by Christian “$ellout” Neuhaus; Midnight in Moscow by Lisa “I Eat Babies” Konoplisky [winner]; From a Distance by Rob “The Assassin” Matsushita; Double Vision by Phil “Male Pattern Badass” Heckman; Shame on the Moon by Doug “Professor of Pain” Reed (defending champion)

January–February 2008
THE PILLOWMAN by Martin McDonagh

2007

September–October 2007
REEFER MADNESS 
by Kevin Murphy & Dan Studney

July 13 & 14, 2007
BLITZ VIII – 8 plays in 24 hours from page to stage – TWICE!

June 2007
THE LONG CHRISTMAS RIDE HOME 
by Paula Vogel
A NUMBER 
by Caryl Churchill

April–May 2007
REVENGE OF THE MINI-MUSICALS – Four original musicals
Meaty, Beaty, Big and Bouncy by Catherine Capellaro and Andrew Rohn • Thug Passion 2: Discordia’s Sunshine Death by Rob Matsushita and Morey Burnard • Bingo Night at the Church of St. Darwin by Jonathan Zarov • Gaystroke, Legend of Tarthan by Douglas Holtz and the band

January–February 2007
BUG 
by Tracy Letts

January 6, 2007
BLITZ SMACKDOWN – 24-hour-play competition
Play titles are all names of fragrances: Instinct d’Animale by Therese “Here Kitty, Kitty” Kattner • Obsession by Phil “Male Pattern Badass” Heckman • Unbound by Rob “The Assassin” Matsushita • American Dream by Doug “Professor of Pain” Reed [winner]

2006

September–October 2006
THE FACULTY ROOM 
by Bridget Carpenter
BRIDES OF THE MOON 
by The Five Lesbian Brothers

July 14–15, 2006
BLITZ VII – 8 plays from page to stage in 24 hours – TWICE!

July 15:
Camel’s Foot by Christain Neuhaus • To Go Beyond by Erik Andrus Weinke • Sabot de la Virge (Shoe of the Virgin) by Gwendolyn Quirk • Ruddy Hood by Kevyn Cathren Radcliffe • Clown Spikes by Amy Bethel and Mauricio Parra • Woodcock! by Chrissie Valdez • Austral Ladies’ Tresses by Greg Lawless • Ole Monkey Face: A Musical Rapture by Catherine Capellaro and Andrew Rohn

July 14:
Take Up Thy Stethoscope and Walk by Gary Kriesel • Careful with That Ake Eugene by Sam Lawson and Josh Klessig • A Spanish Piece by Betty Diamond • Obscured by Clouds by Robert Jahrling • A Saucerful of Secrets by Karen Moeller and Tony Trout • Alan’s Psychedelic Breakfast by Karen Saari-Paschke and Sunny Schomaker • Intersellar Overdrive by Brian J. Belz • Lucifer Sam by Moritz Burnard and Emily Mills

July 2006
SWEET PSYCHOSIS
Sweet Eros 
by Terrence McNally4:48 Psychosis by Sarah Kane

May 2006
MERCURY RISING – 1st Annual Playwriting Contest

February 2006
NEVER THE SINNER 
by John Logan
CIRCLE 
by Suzanne Bachner

2005

December 2005
WALMARTOPIA 
by Catherine Capellaro and Andrew Rohn

September 2005
THE GOAT, or WHO IS SYLVIA? 
by Edward Albee
CHESAPEAKE 
by Lee Blessing

May 27–28, 2005
BLITZMANIA 6 – 8 plays in 24 hours – TWO DAYS IN A ROW!

May 28: Drawn titles from record album titles, plus sound challenge
Never Mind by George Gonzalez (sound: taps) • Darkness on the Edge of Town by Matt Cibula (sound: pulsating hum) • Exile on Main Street by Therese Kattner (sound: native drums) • Chocolate and Cheese by Doug Reed (sound: lion’s roar) • Blood Sugar Sex Magik Siamese Dream by Philip Heckman (sound: chicken coop sounds) • The Hissing of Summer Leaves by Greg Lawless (sound: gong) • American Idiot by Jamie Niedermeier (sound: electrocution sound) • Meaty Beaty Big and Bouncy by Catherine Capellaro and Andrew Rohn (musical) (sound: S.O.S.)

May 27: Drawn titles from names of drinks, plus sound challenge
Super High Farmer Guy by Gary Kriesel (sound: car crash) • Foreplay on Neutral Ground, or: A Night in Old Mandalay by Karen Saari-Paschke and Sunny Schomaker (sound: pulse monitor) • Gideon’s Green Dinosaure by Robert Jahrling (sound: merry-go-round) • Nemesis by Patrick Fernan (sound: cuckoo clock) • Paradise Café by Ryan Good (sound: church bells) • Laughing at the Waves by Gwendolyn Quirk (sound: choppy seawash) • Little, Yellow, Different by Steven Van Haren (sound: helicopter take-off) • Thug Passion2: Discordia’s Sunshine Death by Rob Matsushita and Morey Burnard (musical) (sound: slide whistle)

March 2005
CEMENTVILLE 
by Jane Martin

January 2005
WE WON’T PAY! WE WON’T PAY! by Dario Fo
HOMELAND by Douglas Holtz

2004

November 2004
THE GLORY OF LIVING 
by Rebecca Gilman
WANTON JOY 
by George Gonzalez

September 2004
MERCURY PLAYERS 10TH ANNIVERSARY PLAYFEST

Week 3: PATHOS
Young Man Praying by Karen Hines • A Sermon by David Mamet • Ich Wunsche den Schonon Liebestod by Lisa Konoplisky • Martha Miller by Romulus Linney • Train Story by Adam Rapp • Notes from the Moated Grange by Don Nigro

Week 2: POLITIK
Throwing Your Voice by Craig Lucas • The Rockpile by Doug Reed • St. Stanislaus Outside the House by Patrick Breene • Under Lubianka Square by Constance Congdon • Sex with the Censor by Theresa Rebeck • Wal-Martopia by Catherine Capellaro and Andrew Rohn

Week 1: COMEDIA
Chicken in the Henhouse by David Sedaris • Anything for You by Cathy Celesia • Show Business by Jeffrey Hatcher • Oedi by Rich Orloff • The Reprimand by Jane Anderson • Fiat by Joe Pintauro • Siobhan by John Augustine • The Lizzies by Rob Matsushita

July 10 & 17, 2004
BLITZ V – 8 plays in 24 hours – TWO SATURDAYS IN A ROW!

July 17: “Eight Plays Walk into a Bar”
Drawn titles: punchlines of jokes, plus setting challenge, plus challenge character Sally
Better than Pork by Lisa Konoplisky (setting: bed and breakfast) • I Was God, Now I’m Nobody by George Gonzalez (setting: pool hall) • Only Because I Thought It Was You by Greg Lawless (setting: log cabin) • Because They Can by Rob Matsushita (setting: music studio) • Look, He’s Moving! by Betty Diamond (setting: the desert) • He’s Dead, Now What? by Therese Kattner (setting: in someone’s mind) • In the Morning, I Shall Be Sober by Robert Jahrling (setting: tavern) • Freeze a Jolly Good Fellow by Buck Hakes and Jace Nichols (musical) (setting: Arctic expedition)

July 10: “Great Moments in American Oratory”
Drawn titles from American documents or figures, plus setting challenge
Necessary and Proper by Matt Grzybowski (setting: voting booths) • Domestic Tranquility by Matt Cibula (setting: the woods) • Fear Itself by Philip Heckman (setting: the Largest Ball of Twine in the Contiguous 48 States) • The Pursuit of Happiness by John Sable (setting: a theater) • A Perverted Application of the Scriptures by Debra Neff Nathans (setting: cathedral) • The Impostures of Pretended Patriotism by Kevyn Radcliffe (setting: ba by shower) • The Last Full Measure by Steven Van Haren (setting: spaceship) • Loving vs. Virginia by Doug Reed and Andrew Rohn (musical) (setting: submarine)

February 2004:
GOTTERDRAMA-RAMA—original short plays on the subject of myth
The Last Labor of Helen Clees by Holly Walter Ker by • The Toilette of the Gods by Philip Heckman • Strange Courtship by Buck Hakes • He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother by Marty Mulhern • Oedipus Simple, Sphinx Complex by Christian Neuhaus • Petrified Would by Betty Diamond • Being the True and Complete Adventures of Damon and Pythias by Doug Reed

2003

December 2003
LOVING MORE 
by Tara Ayres and Douglas Holtz
TRUE CONFESSIONS OF A GO-GO GIRL 
by Jill Morley

September 2003
BALM IN GILEAD 
by Lanford Wilson

April 25–26, 2003
THE BLITZ PLAYS IV – 8 plays in 24 hours – TWO DAYS IN A ROW!

April 26, Drawn titles: Beatles lyrics, plus prop challenge
Lovers and Friends by Philip Heckman (prop: Bolivian devil mask) • Starched White Shirts by Therese Kattner (prop: suitcase) • Tres Bien Ensemble by David Berger (prop: sport coat) • By the Banks of Her Own Lagoon by Lisa Konoplisky (prop: Weber grill) • Disappearing Over Night by Debra Neff Nathans (prop: electric fan) • Top of the Slide by Greg Lawless (prop: garden hat) • The Word Is Good by George Gonzalez (prop: crown) • Man of a Thousand Voices by Catherine Capellaro and Andrew Rohn (musical) (prop: easel)

April 25, Drawn titles: baseball phrases, plus prop challenge
The Friendly Confines by Betty Diamond (prop: Abercizer) • Hit and Run by Meredith Berlin (prop:plastic snake) • Defensive Indifference by Scott Feiner (prop: baby doll) • The Mendoza Line by Rob Matsushita (prop: velvet Elvis) • The Green Monster by Buck Hakes (prop: Teletubbies poster) • Bottom of the Fifth by John Sable (prop: dog puppet) • The Hot Corner by Jan Levine Thal (prop: blue ball) • Tools of Ignorance by Doug Reed and Jerome Shenk (musical) (prop: black cat figurine)

April 2003
BASH 
by Neil LaBute

February 2003
KILLER JOE by Tracy Letts

2002

December 2002
ATTACK OF THE MINI-MUSICALS
 by Catherine Capellaro and Andrew Rohn
Dogz in the Woodz • To Gild the Lily • American Cheese • Iraqi-My-Baby

October 2002
FUDDY MEERS
 
by David Lindsey-Abaire
SHORT STACK: Dance of the Alien – original short plays, with entr’actes by Phil Heckman
Feeling and Nothingness by Philip Heckman • ? Games by Meredith Berlin • Half Windsor by Philip Heckman • Night Before Last by Doug Reed • My God Can Kick Your God’s Ass by Philip Heckman • ? The Musical Episode by Rob Matsushita • Rhetorical Equation by Philip Heckman • ? Ich Wunsche Den Schonen Liebestod (I Want the Beautiful Love-Death) by Lisa M. Konoplisky

March 2002
ON THE OPEN ROAD
 
by Steve Tesich

March 2 & 9, 2002
BLITZKRIEG 3-D – 8 plays in 24 hours, two weekends in a row!

March 9: Drawn titles: countries German Shepherd or Woof Woof I Do Love You by Jodie Cohen • Italian Dressing by Philip Heckman • Russian Roulette by David Hannes • Canadian Club by Betty Diamond • Spanish Fly by Ron Collins • Mexican Radio by Craig Johnson • ????? by ????? • American Cheese by Catherine Capellaro and Andrew Rohn (musical)

March 2: Drawn titles: colors
Crimson Tide by Kitty Dunn and Kate Hewson • White Lightning by Matt Cibula • Yellow Journalism by David Pausch • Orange Crush by Lisa Konoplisky • Brownie Points by Rob Matsushita • Second Hand Rose by John Sable • Green River by Kathie Rasmussen • Blue Blooded by Doug Reed

January 2002
COMPUTERS IN LOVE – original short plays on the subject of computers and people

Sonata for Internet by Doug Reed • Attention by Holly Walter Kerby • Chat Room by Carie Novitzke • Tech by Rob Matsushita • Dream Lover by Buck Hakes • Home Page by Star Olderman • A Random Act of Love by Paul Wells

2001

October–November 2001
BETTY’S SUMMER VACATION
 
by Christopher Durang

September 2001
DEBRIS
 
by Marty Mulhern

July 2001
TEMP SLAVE
 
by Catherine Capellaro and Andrew Rohn

March 2001
STOP KISS
 
by Diana Son

February 2001
THE MOST FABULOUS STORY EVER TOLD
 
by Paul Rudnick

January 27, 2001
BLITZKRIEG 2: ELECTRIC BOOGALOO  8 plays in 24 hours. Drawn titles: flowers

Opium Poppy’s by Matt Cibula • Black-Eyed Susan by Betty Diamond • Apple Blossom Time by Meredith Berlin and David Pausch • Sweet William by Doug Reed • Love, Lies, Bleeding by Rob Matsushita • Baby’s Breath by Philip Heckman • Forget-Me-Not by Star Olderman • To Gild the Lily by Catherine Capellaro and Andrew Rohn (musical)

2000

October 2000
STONEWALL JACKSON’S HOUSE
 
by Jonathan Reynolds

July 15, 2000
PROJECT: BLITZKRIEG  8 plays in 24 hours. Challenges drawn from a hat: settings and themes

Last Dog Standing by Matt Cibula and Buck Hakes • Closing Time in Antarcrtica by Colin Trevorrow and Stacey Hegarty • The Laundromat by Philip Heckman • Lemons by Rob Matsushita • It’s a Small World Uber Alles by Doug Reed • Boy Toy by David Pausch and Kate Hewson • Saint Marilyn by John Gustafson • Dogz in the Woodz by Catherine Capellaro and Andrew Rohn (musical)

May 2000
THE GOOD PERSON OF SETZUAN
 
by Bertolt Brecht; a new adaptation by Tony Kushner

March 2000
5:45
 by Ron Daley

1999

December 1999
THE MERCURY PLAYERS HOLIDAY BLAST

Y Zero K by Mark Peters • A Congratulatory Rebuke from the 20th Century to the 21st Recorded in MS Word by Mark Twain by Philip Heckman • Jack & Jill by Ron Collins • The End of the World Comes at Midnight by D.W. Wanberg • Midnight Run by Paul Wells

October 1999
LITTLE SISTER
 
by Joan MacLeod

July 1999
JEFFREY
 by Paul Rudnick

May 1999
THE OLDEST PROFESSION
 
by Paula Vogel

April 1999
MOTEL DESTINY
two plays by George F. Walker
Problem Child ? Criminal Genius

March 1999
BENT
 
by Martin Sherman

January 1999
TEMP SLAVE, THE MUSICAL
 (return engagement) by Catherine Capellaro and Andrew Rohn

1998

October 1998
HOT ’N’ THROBBING
 
by Paula Vogel

June 1998
WELCOME TO THE MOON:
 
Six plays by John Patrick Shanley

February 1998
THE MERCURY PLAYERS LOVE FEST – short original plays about love

Truth or Dance by Marcy Weiland • Love Among the Lakes by Buck Hakes • Kids Being Adults by Ben Mulhern • Stick to Your Guns by Pete Selbo • Lay of the Land by Lisa Peschel • Two Minute Warning by Mark Peters

1997

December 1997
TEMP SLAVE, THE MUSICAL
 
by Catherine Capellaro and Andrew Rohn

September 1997
WHITE PEOPLE
 
by J.T. Rogers

March 1997
ESCAPE FROM HAPPINESS
 by George F. Walker

1996

December 1996
SAVIOR OF THE UNIVERSE
 
by Gip Hoppe

October 1996
THE MERCURY PLAYERS NIGHT OF HORROR – original short horror plays

Tap by John Sable • History Giants Theater 3000 by Callen Harty • Portrait of Catherine by Mark Peters • Meet the Folks by Buck Hakes

September 1996
DECEMBER SKIES
 by Barry Teicher

July 1996
THE KITCHEN FANTASIES

Poof! by Lynn Nottage • A Coupla White Chicks Sitting Around Talking by John Ford Noonan

May 1996
ITALIAN AMERICAN RECONCILIATION
 by John Patrick Shanley

March 1996
RAISED IN CAPTIVITY
 by Nicky Silver

1995

December 1995
THE MERCURY PLAYERS HOLIDAY PAGEANT – original short plays about the holiday season

Colorado Springs by Rick Vorndran • Deck the Malls by Mark Peters • Christmas Spirits by Jennifer Howard • My Own Private Santa by Marcy Weiland • Christmas with the Rosenbaums by Rick Vorndran • Season for Giving by Paul Wells • Louie Learns a Lesson by Ray Olderman • A Barry Manilow New Year’s Eve by Lisa Peschel

August 1995
BEIRUT
 
by Alan Bowne

May 1995
DESIRE:
 Three Plays of Freedom by Robert Peters
Daisy and Violet • Ann Lee of the Shakers • Snapshots of a Serial Killer

March 1995
LITTLE SLICES: Thirteen plays by Joe Pintauro
Rules of Love • Two Eclairs • Rosen’s Son • Lenten Pudding • Men Without Wives • Swans Flying • Birds in Church • Lightning • Fiat • Fur Hat • Rex • Bird of Ill Omen • Uncle Chick

1994

November 1994
FAMILY LIFE: Three Brutal Comedies by Wendy Hammond
The Transmogrification • Minna and the Space People • Mom and the Razor Blades