Written by Joseph Kesselring
Feb 20 - Feb 22, 2012
Disney’s Contemporary Resort - Ballroom of the Americas

The play is a farcical black comedy revolving around the Brewster family, descended from the "Mayflower," but now composed of insane homicidal maniacs. The hero Mortimer Brewster is a drama critic who must deal with his crazy, homicidal family and local police in Brooklyn, NY, as he debates whether to go through with his recent promise to marry the woman he loves.

His family includes two spinster aunts who have taken to murdering lonely old men by poisoning them with a glass of home-made elderberry wine laced with arsenic, strychnine, and "just a pinch" of cyanide; a brother who believes he is Theodore Roosevelt and digs locks for the Panama Canal in the cellar of the Brewster home (which then serve as graves for the aunts' victims); and a murderous brother who has received plastic surgery performed by an alcoholic accomplice, Dr. Einstein (a character based on real-life gangland surgeon Joseph Moran) to conceal his identity and now looks like horror-film actor Boris Karloff (a self-referential joke, as the part was originally played on Broadway by Karloff).

Book, Music, and Lyrics by Daniel Kaplan
Apr 18 - Apr 21, 2012
Orlando Shakespeare Theater - Studio B

Join this cast of characters including sci-fi novelists, a girl obsessed with become an internet video sensation, a guy determined to reclaim his arcade high score, a Rennaisance fair addict, and a gamer who has played one too many old school adventure RPG games.

Written by P.G. Wodehouse
Jun 15 - Jun 16, 2012
Disney’s Coronado Springs - Yuctan 3

With well-meaning but unhelpful ship's steward Albert Peasemarch and a toy mouse with a screw-top head thrown in for good measure, it will take The Luck of the Bodkins to sort it all out.

Monty Bodkin loves Gertrude, who thinks he likes Lotus Blossum, a starlet, who definitely adores Ambrose, who thinks that she has a thing for his brother, Reggie, who is stuck by Mabel Spence, sister-in-law of Ikey Llewellyn (movie mogul, Ambrose's prospective employer and reluctant smuggler), but hasn't the means to marry her.

Written by Robert Harling
Aug 25 - Aug 28, 2012
Disney’s Contemporary Resort - Ballroom of the Americas

Dreams built and burnt, the power of hope, the love between a mother and her child and the bond that can be so unbreakable between true friends.

Shelby is a diabetic and getting married to a rich southern hunk of a lawyer. Her mother M'Lynn is bossy, but caring.  M'Lynn's friends include a cast of colourful and dynamic southern women of a multitude of ages and views.  Shelby falls pregnant, much to her mother's disapproval. A pregnancy could be fatal for someone of Shelby's condition, but claims she'd rather have thirty minutes of wonderful, than a lifetime of nothing special.  Through the views of these different women we see love, apathy, pain, loss, secrecy and a desperate attempt at living a life of happiness.

Book, Music, and Lyrics by Dan Goggin
Nov 15 - Nov 18, 2012
Disney’s Contemporary Resort - Ballroom of the Americas

Sister Amnesia's Country Western Nunsense Jamboree is presented as a promotional tour for Sister Mary Amnesia's newly released album, "I Could've Gone to Nashville".

After regaining her memory Sr. Amnesia realizes she is Sister Mary Paul, a former country singer. Reverend Mother, feeling that one should not waste God-given talent, gets Sister Mary Paul a recording contract and now she is on a national tour. Introducing two new characters, Sister Mary Wilhem (the convent nurse), and Father Virgil Manly Trott (Sister Leo's real-life brother), this show is filled with hysterical one-liners and infectious comic tunes.

Audiences participate in a rousing "Country Auction" and join with the cast as they sing We know that somewhere up in heaven you're a saint, Patsy Cline! Will Sister Amnesia leave the convent for the Grand Ole Op'ry? You'll have to wait till the finale, Do Unto Others to get the answer.