Dozens of eclectic characters -- including a loving couple of freezing frontiersfolk, a cadre of mustachioed men, and a merry band of ghosts -- portray the convoluted history of a small Midwestern town. Two interminably frustrated narrators -- a young girl and a cranky old-timer -- vie to have their version of events retold. Could the colonists really buy a baby at the general store? Did the ShamWow guy industrialize America? Was the town almost torn apart by facial hair? It all depends on who's telling the story. This here's the entirely accurate history of Humbletown: The Greatest Town on Earth. (Co-written with Don Zolidis; a full-length version of this play is also available.)


  • 35-45 minutes
  • 5 females, 5 males, 10 either (10-64 actors possible: 5-45 females, 5-45 males)