Based on the story of “The Boy Who Cried Wolf.” Adapted by Justin Gray, Michael Pantone, Angela Polite, and Leore Riven. Directed by Chelsea Hedderig
Determined to get a lot of readers and ‘likes’ on the School News Instagram account, middle school friends, Griffin and Sarah, come up with a sneaky plan and the two girls start posting fake news. While Griffin sneaks around and starts stealing other people’s belongings, the girls post on Instagram about a thief that’s been going around and terrorizing the school. When their scheme gets somebody else in trouble, Griffin and Sarah learn the importance of telling the truth and how their actions can severely affect other people.
Brought to you by the team behind I’ve Got a Bad Feeling About This: A Tribute to George Lucas, Laugh It Up Fuzzball: A New Hope!, Fuzzball Awakens, and last summer’s spectacular knock-out production Cams Strike Back! The Last Return of The Fuzzballs picks up, right where the previous production left off, with Matt turned to the Dark Side and beginning a new set of Star Wars tribute shows with the evil Greg. Will Brett save Matt from certain doom and unfreeze Justin from his carbonite prison? Will the Cams realize the error of their ways and FINALLY receive their college credit? Will the audience get EVEN MORE glow sticks to throw in the faces of our heroes?! Find out this summer as New Classics and Laugh It Up Fuzzball present a fitting final tribute show set to the classics Star Wars film, The Return of the Jedi, with a little extra silliness mixed in.
Written by Charise Castro Smith. Directed by Emily Tullock
Home-sweet-home turns into a haunted house for thirteen-year-old Chris when Carol—her father’s new fiancée—moves in. Struggling with the recent death of her mother, Chris is convinced Carol is evil, but she just can’t persuade Dad. When a mysterious, potentially dangerous but kind of cute creature is found in the family’s backyard, Chris assumes it’s a sign from above to eliminate Carol once and for all. This imaginative, bone-chilling, and wildly funny play brings the notion of dysfunctional family drama to sensationally scary heights.
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