Stage Productions

As of December 25, 2016, “The Christmas Heist” available to license for community theaters and school productions everywhere. “I Sent My Grandma Into The Past!” will be available later in 2017. Stay tuned for details.

For additional information on licensing “The Christmas Heist,” please contact Justin at justingausman@skeeterbiteproductions.com.

I have written, produced and directed three plays that have premiered with the Southern Hills Community Theater of Hot Springs, SD. All of the plays are family-friendly, with a focus on broad age ranges, flexible roles, opportunities for both comedy and dramatic acting, and a guaranteed fun time for the cast, the crew and the audience.

THE PLAYS

The Christmas Heist
Acts: 2
Teen/YA Girls: 2
Teen/YA Boys: 2
Male: 2
Female: 2
Gender Flexible: One teen, three adults
Set Requirements: 2 Full Sets, 1 Partial Set
Genre: Christmas/Holiday/Drama/Comedy/Period-1980s
First Performed: December 10-12, 2015

Summary: Set in 1980s Colorado, a bank robber on the run gets stuck in a small mountain town a few days before Christmas and ends up involved in a conflict between a local group of teenagers and a corrupt mayor who wants to tear down their favorite hangout, Gus’ Motel.

PREVIEW THE FIRST SCENE OF “THE CHRISTMAS HEIST BY CLICKING HERE.

 

I Sent My Grandma Into The Past!
Acts: 2
Teen/YA Girls: 3
Teen/YA Boys: 1
Male: 2
Female: 3
Child Boy: 1
Set Requirements: 1 Full Set
Genre: Comedy/Sci-Fi/Drama/Period-1950s/60s
First Performed: March 30-31, April 1, 2017

Summary: Troublemaking 17 year old Zoey is sent to live with her Grandma Margaret for the summer to straighten her out, but when Grandma accidentally stumbles onto a time machine, Zoey has to go back in time to rescue her.

Christmas Radio
First Performed: December 12-14, 2013
Summary: Take a step back in time to 1942 as Nancy, manager of radio station KRGO, prepares their first-ever performance of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol.” But it’s 30 minutes to showtime and a treacherous snowstorm has prevented half the chorus from arriving, the Cratchit children are stuck at home, the sound effects man has come down with the flu, and the famous (but pretentious) Hollywood actor who’s supposed to draw in listeners hasn’t attended rehearsals all week! Down to a skeleton cast, can Nancy put on the best show of her career in this funny, high-spirited play with a whole lot of heart?

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