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Treasure Island (One Act Version)

Recommended for High Schools and Middle Schools

Treasure Island (One Act Version)

adapted by Todd Espeland from Robert Louis Stevenson

A one act cutting of Treasure Island

 About 35 minutes

Times given are approximate and do not include intermissions/scene changes/breaks

12 M | 8 W, Plus patrons & pirates, gender flexible

Simple set

 39 pages

Drama Classical Adaptation
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Fifteen men on the dead man’s chest… Pirates sponging for rum, treasure maps filled with pieces of eight!

Join Jim, Long John Silver and the rest of his scurvy crew for this classic pirate adventure. Easy staging (including Silver’s peg leg) gender flexible options, and a thrilling journey to Skeleton Island.

Yo, ho, ho!

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