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by Lindsay Price
The transition from middle school to high school can be filled with problems. Monster problems.
by Jeffrey Harr
High school is full of stereotypes – or is it?
For the young men of Heywood, crossing the street is as dangerous as going off to war. A highly stylized comedy.
by Dave Hammers
Sarah and Dave think it would be fun to direct a play for drama club. And they both love Julius Caesar. What could go wrong?
adapted by Mrs. Evelyn Merritt from Aleksander Chodzko
Jack Frost spins the tale of Poor Marouckla who is tormented by her mean stepmother and her horse-faced stepsister. Based on a folktale by Aleksander Chodzko.
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.
by Rachel Atkins
Will they establish civility or fall apart?
cutting and notes by Lindsay Price from the original by Shakespeare
A one act annotated version of Shakespeare's controversial tale about the relationships between men and women.
by Steven Stack
Demons on a date are never good.
by Laramie Dean
You should know right away that this is not a traditional adaptation of Little Women.
by Christian Kiley
Sometimes the hardest part of school is getting from one class to the next.
adapted by Todd Espeland from Robert Louis Stevenson
Pirates sponging for rum, treasure maps filled with pieces of eight!
book & lyrics by Lindsay Price, music by Kristin Gauthier
Four teens just can't express themselves. What happens when you don't shout? An a cappella musical created especially for high school performers. You can sing this!
by Gary Rodgers
Joan has been sentenced to lose her head for impersonating her famous brother William Shakespeare.
Cobweb dreams of a different life, away from Titania's train.
Sadie wishes to leave her life on the high seas to pursue her true passion: theatre.
by Bradley Walton
In a magical dimension, three teenagers are pulled into a conflict between Good and Bad Ideas from classic tales. Who is to blame for the bad idea?
Three ghoulishly delightful plays.
We label people every day. We’ve done it in the past, we’ll do it in the future.
by Kathleen Donnelly
In a tiny third class cabin Emma dreams of a new life in America. But when the Titanic hits an iceberg, that dream becomes a nightmare.
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