Role Association: Theater
- 1776 (1969, 46th Street Theatre, Broadway/movie): Mr. Feeny and the original Judd Fry try to get the thirteen American colonies to declare independence from England with help from a flamboyant Virginian Miles Gloriosus. Charlie Anderson causes trouble in the interest of slavery.
- 8: A Play About The Fight For Marriage Equality (2012, YouTube):Laurie Strode (who used to be all "What Is This Thing You Call Love? Seriously I think you might be overreacting") and "DA Lady Drunk" are a couple (the other couple is a gentleman thief and a music teacher); President Bartlett and Danny Ocean are anti-Prop. 8 lawyers who were on opposite sides of Bush V. Gore; a school bomber is a pro-Prop. 8 lawyer; Sue is an anti-gay marriage advocate and Kurt had to go to de-gaying therapy (it didn't take); Amos Hart is an incompetent anti-gay expert, as is Mr. Sulu; Mitchell is a more competent pro-gay expert; Lisa Simpson gets a bit flummoxed. Presiding over all this is (the supremely snarktastic) Judge Billy Beane. Based on true court testimony.
- The Addams Family The Musical (2009 Broadway cast): Max Bialystock and his wife Dr. Lilith Sternin have to deal with their daughter's new boyfriend.
- American Idiot: Moritz is a very angsty teen. Again.
- Assassins (2004 Broadway Revival): Dr. Barney Stinson interviews a bunch of killers, including The Observer, and eventually, is brainwashed into becoming Lee Harvey Oswald.
- Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (2010, Broadway): Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter is a badass president.
- The Book of Mormon (2011, Broadway): Bryan and Olaf are a pair of terribly mismatched missionaries. With the voice of Stan Marsh.
- Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (original 1955 cast): Al Capone (and later McGarrett) won't have sex with Miss Ellie because of what happened to his friend. Things get complicated when they find out that Capone/McGarrett's father, Sam the Snowman, is dying of cancer.
- Cinderella (original 1957 cast): Mary Poppins, who is treated cruelly by her stepsisters Kaye Buell and Esmerelda, goes to the ball thanks to her fairy godmother, Monica Crump.
- Company (2013 concert): Barney, Alan, Peggy, Joan, Tiana, Mr. Noblet and more deal with being adults in New York.
- Death of a Salesman (2012, Broadway): A sleazy, doomed reporter takes his frustration out on his older son, Eduardo Parker.
- Driving Miss Daisy (2010, Broadway): Darth Mufasa is oldest Briony's chauffeur.
- Elling (2010, Broadway): The King of Mississippi and George of the Jungle both fall for a ditzy manicurist.
- Equus (2007, Gielgud Theatre, London): Uncle Vernon tries to help Harry Potter after the latter blinds some horses out of... love?
- Farragut North (2009, Geffen Playhouse, LA): Capt. Kirk tries to politically outmaneuver Mr. Big.
- Danny Boyle's Frankenstein (2011, London): Sherlock Holmes and Eli Stone are alternately a mad scientist and his creation and whoever's the monster opens the performance nude.
- God Of Carnage (2009, Bernard B Jacob Theatre,Broadway): The Dude, Mrs. Carmody, Tony Soprano, and Mrs. Garfield (and at one point O-Ren Ishii)are two sets of parents who meet after their children get in a fight. The civilized meeting quickly turns into the verbal equivalent of Lord of the Flies (considering the two moms are from Stephen King movies and another is a Yakuza Queen what do you expect?).
- Guys and Dolls (2009, Los Angeles): Capt. Archer lives in Gangster Land.
- (2005-2007, London): Obi-Wan Kenobi is willing to bet on anything.
- Hamlet (2008, Courtyard Theatre, Stratford Upon Avon): The Doctor suspects Captain Picard of murdering his father, and drives Sio Bibble's daughter mad.
- Herringbone (2009, Los Angeles): Gen. Shang, Dr. Huang, Father Mukada, Song Liling, and Linus Van Pelt have issues with a suit. It's a one-man show
- The History Boys (2004, Royal National Theatre, London): Uncle Vernon and Madame Maxime are professors.
- How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (2011, Broadway): Harry Potter (previously Simba) climbs the corporate ladder any way he can.
- Into the Woods (1987, original Broadway cast): A massive fairytale crossover ensues as a result of a curse Rita put on Howard the Duck's family.
- Les MisÚrables 10th Anniversary Concert: Pocahontas falls for the guy Princess Jasmine (who is also Mulan) secretly loves. With special guest Chairman Kaga (he can sing French... in Japanese)!
- 25th Anniversary Concert: Eponine/Mulan is a surprise Fantine while Gavroche (Joe Jonas) is now Marius.
- The Little Mermaid (2007, Broadway): Christine Daae is a mermaid and Jafar is Prince Eric's advisor. Hmm...
- A Little Night Music (2010, Broadway): Mrs. Potts and Velma Kelly star.
- Lombardi (2010, Broadway): A tough dad leads a legendary football team while his wife, an upperclass mom, keeps him steady and a short marine writes about them both.
- M. Butterfly: Capt. Shang is a French dude's (Scar in the movie-version) idealized Oriental woman.
- The Motherfucker With The Hat (2012, Broadway): Marty the Zebra is a parole officer.
- The Producers (2001, St James Theatre, Broadway): Simba and Timon hatch a Batman Gambit to make money with a sure-fire failure, but things get complicated when they unexpectedly succeed. With added Poison Ivy, a brief glimpse of Captain Jack and a dropped cameo by Pumbaa in The Movie.
- Promises, Promises (2010, Broadway): Galinda and Jack are a couple.
- The Sound of Music (2013 TV version): Tiffany (late of Dr. Bennett's abbey) meets Bill Compton and his adorable children.
- Spamalot (2005,Shubert Theatre, Broadway): Dr. Frank N. Furter, Abe Sapien, and Moe the bartender (who was temporarily replaced by Wash) search for the Holy Grail with the help of Dr. Callie Torres.
- Spring Awakening: Jesse St. James, Jesus of Suburbia and Rachel Berry go through a ton of perfectly justified angst (and an unusual amount of awesome rock music) in 19th century Germany.
- A Steady Rain (2009, Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre, LA): Wolverine and James Bond are cops.
- A Street Car Named Desire (2009, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Harvey Theatre): Galadrial has to depend on the kindness of strangers (and a purportedly weak cast).
- Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (1979, Uris Theatre, Broadway): Jessica Fletcher is a Lethal Chef in several definitions of the word.
- Terre Haute (2010, Los Angeles): B.J. Honeycutt and Hoyt Fortenberry are lawyer-friendly versions of Gore Videl and Timothy McVeigh.
- That Championship Season (2011, New York): Mr. Big, a father of multiples, and two vampire delinquents (one of whom became a secret agent) reunite with their ill coach, Col. Stryker. Written by (the son of?) The Exorcist (the younger one).
- A View From The Bridge (2010, Broadway): Sabertooth has uncomfortable feelings for his cousin Silken Floss, but can you blame him?
- Waiting for Godot (2009,Theatre Royal Haymarket, London): Xavier and Magneto wait for someone who never arrives.
- Wicked (2003, Broadway): Maureen Johnson is now a green witch and best frienemies with April Rhodes.
- Women On The Verge Of A Nervous Breakdown (2010, Broadway): Coalhouse Walker and Mrs. Lovett star.
- Youre A Good Man Charlie Brown (1999, Broadway): Mark Cohen and Glinda are siblings. Made even more bizarre by the fact that Maureen is Elphaba.