Just when Gary thought he was over Natalie, he discovers Natalie is not over him – in the worst possible way.
Dennis offers a unique service: for a fee, he can verbally abuse you in a way you could never have imagined. But could he abuse someone so badly they’d take their own life?
It’s all governed by The 9 Rules of Assassination, but what happens when a zealot becomes an assassin and starts making up his own? Can the Guild of Assassins allow this to continue? And can the Guild itself survive in the 21st century? All these questions and more await as you embark on the odyssey of the Trilogy of the 9 Rules:
A series of 8 scenes all based around the theme of betrayal.
A great little piece that encourages doubling-up of actors and allows both actors and director to push themselves into the darker corners of the human heart.
The last assassin of the title is not who you think it is.
Be surprised in the concluding chapter of The Trilogy of the 9 Rules.
Crawford goes professional – but when your past comes back to haunt you, this kind of past can be deadly.
The sequel to Double Tap – Part 2 of The Trilogy of the 9 Rules.
Two guys are about to graduate from assassin school – or so they think.
The award-winning Part 1 of The Trilogy of the 9 Rules.
What worse Hell could there be for two misogynists than to be turned into women? Jim and Darren are about to find out.
A black comedy about a man who thinks his life is over when he separates from his wife—and the man who proves him right
Gary’s been tied up by his young son, Tristan, to the play equipment and he can’t get out. Will anyone let him out? Finally, the question becomes: does he want to get out?
Assassin Heide wants to retire, the only trouble being, her last hit isn’t quite dead…
The critically acclaimed monologue about a Tupperware lady who isn’t what she claims to be…