Chandler sits atop a skyscraper in New York City at nighttime, trying to talk to his sister who had taken her life on that very roof just a few weeks earlier when Stella enters and sits down next to him. Assuming that Chandler was contemplating jumping, Stella attempts to strike up a conversation, though she soon realizes what his true intentions are.
Comedy erupts at a funeral home where Bill Smith, a Treasury Agent, lies in wait after a mysterious skydiving accident. His dutiful wife, Jane, learns of Bill’s philandering ways as various women from his past converge to pay their last respects. A hilarious catfight erupts when the scorned women discover Bill’s lover list was long.
Comedy 1m,2w 10 minutes $3.95/script $15/performance appropriate for all audiences
A Russian exchange student, bound for New York, the Big Apple, is, through an unfortunate glitch in the system, inadvertently sent to the home of simple-minded rednecks, Fred and Norma Sheets of Manhattan, Kansas--the little Apple.
Comedy 1m,1w 10 minutes $3.95/script $15/performance appropriate for all audiences
An uptight lawyer interviews a kind-hearted clown for her son's birthday party. She probes and prods at him, finding a reason that each of the most innocent parts of his clown act could be deemed inappropriate or politically incorrect.
Confessions of a Character Actor by Aaron Leventman
Comedy-drama 1m,1w 15 minutes $3.95/script $15/performance mildly suggestive language
Brooklyn, 1968. A young male Jewish character actor must tell his mother that his big break is to star in the first X-rated Hollywood movie, but his confession about his part in the film reveals more about his personal life than the character he must portray.