Thunder and lightning tear apart the night sky while two young women explore the story of Frankenstein: Mary Shelley, who wrote the original novel, and Elsa, mysterious and determined to learn Mary’s secrets, including the most important of all… how to bring the dead to life.
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by Laramie Dean
You should know right away that this is not a traditional adaptation of Little Women.
by Holly Beardsley inspired by Mark Twain
A retelling of Mark Twain’s The Prince and the Pauper.
by Allison Williams
A shorter version of our hilarious gender-bending take on the Scottish play. Updated version.
by Allison Williams
An hilarious gender-bending take on the Scottish play! Updated Version.
by Colleen Neuman
Many things happen in a mall. Heartbreak, Uncomfortable truths,True friendship, Cosmic questions with your french fries. Two plays. Great parts for girls.
cutting and notes by Lindsay Price from the original by Shakespeare
A one act annotated version of Shakespeare's tragic tale of murder, ghosts and revenge.
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A vignette play is a collection of short scenes on a theme. You'll love working with the variety and flexibility of the scenes. Your actors will love the fast pace and fun characters.
There's more. Every Theatrefolk vignette play holds the unexpected. A showcase monologue. A dramatic moment. A change in form. A left turn.
Ideal for classwork, competitions, and more!