adapted by Laramie Dean from the novel by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
Thunder and lightning tear apart the night sky while two young women explore the story of Frankenstein
by Treanor Baring
A 35 minute cutting of the original suitable for competition.
by Christian Kiley
Life is a little different for Ani. She talks to inanimate objects and the object talk back. Is she living in a happy, carefree kids’ show or is it something more serious?
by Dara Murphy
An ordinary girl has an overactive imagination. Maybe. This is a fast physical extravaganza with guns, knives, and blood. Kittens will be harmed.
by Allison Williams
A shorter version of our hilarious gender-bending take on the Scottish play. Updated version.
by Lindsay Price
What if Much Ado About Nothing took place at a high school dance? An enjoyable introduction to Shakespeare with lightning-fast pace and snappy dialogue.
by Matthew Webster
Four campers are not only lost in the wood, they are lost at the edge of the world with no land, water, stars or sun. The only way to bring life back is to ask the right questions that will release stories from the wind.