These one-act plays premiered at the Kansas City Fringe Festival from 2008-2012. 
"Hexing Hitler": A writer and his friends put a curse on Hitler to end World War II using witchcraft. 
"Sexing Hitler": German occupiers are contracting syphilis in astounding numbers, so Hitler orders the creation of inflatable pleasure dolls that they can carry in their packs to satisfy their urges. 
"Lingerie Shop": It begins as a steamy comedy, until one of the actresses curses the playwright and quits the play. A Pirandello-styled farce that deconstructs theatre and feminism. 
"Khaaaaan! the Musical": The Enterprise crew goes back in time to find the world trapped in 1980s culture and lorded over by the guitar god Khan. This rock-n-roll parody of "Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan" explores our nostalgic fixation on the past. 
"Jesus Christ, King of Comedy": The familiar tale of Christ is used to satirize our celebrity worshiping society when Jesus goes into show business and becomes the biggest entertainer in the Middle East.
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