You're never too old for love
It's not too late to stage a Valentine's Day show. We think you'll enjoy these plays about love. They look at relationships from an older person's point of view. They're comedies with just the right amount of romance to be fun for both the actors and for the audience. Try:
Coconut Creme Pie- It’s the first day of work, delivering pies for his resentful son-in-law’s business. Everything goes wrong! Humorous. Good characters.
Cross Words- This is a clever look at those idiosyncrasies we all love in our spouses. From Age on Stage®: Ten Minute Plays
Gin and Tonic- This laugh-out-loud comedy offers a fresh look at the problems of senior dating. A Senior Theatre classic!
Interview with Dan Cupid- The interviewer, a bit surprised by Dan Cupid’s advanced age, asks about success stories and learns that some people fall in love without the old guy’s help.
Just a Song at Twilight- A man and a woman meet on a park bench. Do these two share a past? Does she really remember life as it was? Can lost love be recovered?
Love and Other Investments- Wry-witted with rapid fire dialogue, this comedy reminds us that there’s more to life than investments and paperwork.
Maisie and Grover Go to the Theatre- Maisie & Grover have come to the theatre using anniversary-present tickets from their children. She loves the idea; he hates it. A quick, fun, easy show!
Making a Move- Will athletic Vera be able to get her husband, Harvey, to move off the couch and into a bungalow at Silverwood Estates? An award-winning one act comedy!
Roses to Plan- An older married couple give us a sweet and funny look at love in a long-standing marriage. A touching and kind show.
Starting Over- Solly sits in a shady spot in an urban park where he meets May. Their chat reveals secrets known only to each other. A funny, touching story!
The Edge of Forever- This touching play explores the depth of the affection that develops after 50 years of marriage. From Age on Stage®: Ten Minute Plays
The Further Adventures of Super Hero and Doris Drive- Super Hero is getting older, but he can always depend on his loyal mate, Doris Drive, to see him through.
Under a Magical Moon- Our favorite love story! A charming play that will blow a breath of fresh summer breeze across the stage.