Stage Productions


"The Wonderful World of Was" a musical dramedy written by Marcia Norris and L.A. Walker is a  groundbreaking production that aims to shed light on the realities of dementia while incorporating elements of comedy and drama. The play explores the emotional rollercoaster that individuals with dementia and their loved ones experience, touching on themes of love, loss, and the importance of connection.

"The Wonderful World of Was" is more than just a performance; it's a movement. The production raises awareness about dementia and the challenges faced by both individuals living with the condition and their caregivers. It's a call for empathy, a plea for understanding, and a celebration of the resilience of the human spirit.

"The Wonderful World of Was" isn't just a musical dramedy – it's a transformative experience that leaves an indelible mark on your heart and mind. Join us in celebrating life, love, and the power of music to heal and unite us all.

Original music becomes the heartstrings that tie everything together, enhancing the emotional depth of the narrative. The characters find solace and strength in the power of song. The melodies stay with you long after the final curtain call, a testament to the show's ability to touch the core of your being.

"Threads of Destiny" is a musical play written by Marcia Norris that offers a modern twist to the biblical story of Abraham, Sarah, and Hagar. The play delves into the lives of Abraham and Sarah, both successful individuals facing the challenges of contemporary life. Despite their accomplishments, Sarah struggles with infertility, which puts a strain on their relationship.

In an unconventional move, Sarah suggests involving Hagar, their talented personal assistant, to help them fulfill their dream of becoming parents. The play explores the complexities and consequences, both emotional and financial, of various surrogacy methods in modern society, including traditional surrogacy and gestational surrogacy.

The story reflects the increasing use of surrogacy as an option for couples facing fertility challenges. In the play's context, it is mentioned that approximately 750 babies are birthed through surrogacy annually, highlighting the growing prevalence and relevance of this topic.

"Threads of Destiny" examines the ethical dilemmas, emotional struggles, and societal implications associated with surrogacy. It provides a platform to reflect on the personal journeys of the characters and the broader issues surrounding assisted reproduction.



"Z Story" written by L.A. Walker offers a unique and compelling experience that resonates across generations. By intertwining Mary's story with the timeless narrative of the Annunciation, "Z Story" provides a fresh perspective on age-old themes, inviting audiences to reflect on the intersection of faith, social media, and personal identity.

This production serves as more than just entertainment; it's a bridge between Baby Boomers and Gen Z, fostering understanding and empathy between different generations. Through humor and heartfelt storytelling, "Z Story" sheds light on the unique challenges faced by each generation, while also celebrating the shared human experiences that transcend age.

With its witty dialogue, catchy musical numbers, and poignant themes, "Z Story" promises to entertain, inspire, and provoke thought. Whether you're a Baby Boomer, a Gen Zer, or somewhere in between, this production offers something for everyone, making it a must-see for audiences of all ages.

"No Labels" Terry, a homophobic dog gets adopted by a gay couple freaks out and expresses anti-social and destructive behavior. His new Dads seek the help of a family canine therapist. Written by L.A. Walker 

The playwrights, Marcia Norris and L.A. Walker are acclaimed for their ability to tackle deep and sensitive subjects with compassion and authenticity. Their collaboration brings together a unique blend of storytelling that aims to entertain, inspire, and educate audiences about the complexities of social issues.