Classroom Study Guides for Plays

The following plays have free Classroom Study guides available.

These easy-to-use comprehensive classroom study guides are designed to challenge students to deepen their understanding and connection to the plays they're studying.

Complete with pre-read questions and activities, close reading analysis, and post-read activities, these study guides allow you to provide an in-depth & theatrical learning experience.

Alice

Alice

adapted by Lindsay Price from Lewis Carroll

An adaptation of Lewis Carroll's classic book. Practical solutions to all special effects. A magical trip to Wonderland!

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Box

Box

by Lindsay Price

A middle school vignette play about the boxes we find ourselves in.

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Drop Dead, Juliet!

Drop Dead, Juliet!

by Allison Williams

Juliet has had enough! No more poison, stabbing, or dying. Romeo and Juliet will never be the same - or will it? Not everyone's so keen on the changes.

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Home of the Brave

Home of the Brave

by Lee Cataluna

An excellent character-driven piece for middle school students. Inspired by hundreds of interviews with those associated by all branches of the service.

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Hoodie

Hoodie

by Lindsay Price

This middle school vignette play examines self-image and appearance.

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Let Me In

Let Me In

by Sholeh Wolpé

Jazmine tries to get into the movie theatre, but the inspector has other ideas.

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Red Tee

Red Tee

by Lindsay Price

It’s time for role call. Who are you?

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School Daze

School Daze

by Lindsay Price

Middle school is the tricky tightrope between being a kid and being a teenager. The characters try to keep their balance on the first day of middle school.

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Water. Gun. Argument.

Water. Gun. Argument.

by Alan Haehnel

A squirt gun would never be mistaken for a real gun, right?

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The Wind in the Willows

The Wind in the Willows

adapted by Todd Espeland from Kenneth Grahame

A lively and theatrical adaptation of a wonderful classic.

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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

adapted by Laramie Dean from L. Frank Baum

There is no place like home.

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