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by Bradley Hayward
Dallas is a real smarty pants and can't wait to show off. But he's in for a shock. His new class is very different. A fantastic competition piece.
by Amanda Murray Cutalo
Students have all mysteriously been cast in the “wrong” roles.
edited by Lindsay Price
A collection of monologues for both guys and girls perfect for auditions, competitions, and class work. All monologues come from published Theatrefolk plays.
The lives of seven teenagers become intertwined in this humorous and oftentimes bittersweet collection of ten minute plays. Multiple lengths available.
by Allison Green
Anonymous is a story of every teenager: trying to fit in, trying to belong, trying to fall in love. It's hard to be an individual when you're trying to survive.
by Lindsay Price
This vignette play explores the beats, pauses, and neverending silences in conversation. An excellent class project with parts for everyone.
A collection of annotated Shakespearean scenes for student actors.
by Clint Snyder
A pie shop erupts into panic after Franny, a brash cat-lady, announces the arrival of the apocalypse. A Lord of the Flies parody.
by Treanor Baring
A Reporter and a Sidekick livestream from great moments in American history.
A silly comedy about how the misuse of apostrophes are ruining the lives of students. Flexible casting, audience participation, and fun staging.
Your first car. Getting your license, Getting pulled over. The relationship between teen and car makes a great backdrop for this vignette play.
adapted by Craig Mason from Shakespeare
A modern English one act version of Shakespeare's tragic tale of star-crossed lovers.
adapted by Mrs. Evelyn Merritt from Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm
A playful and theatrical adaptation of Grimm's grimmest tales.
adapted by Todd Espeland from Robert Louis Stevenson
A one act cutting of Treasure Island
by Alan Haehnel
Stress is driving a teen quartet crazy - so much so they can't stop talking about it. This play is a symphony of sound and character.
A vignette play that embraces the odd. Odd jobs, odd socks, odd one out, odd reactions and odd boyfriends.
An examination of depression and anxiety in teens.
In the future teenagers are obedient and polite. But this behaviour comes at a price. A thought-provoking harrowing tale.
Kids are constantly being told to hold still. But that’s impossible when all they want to do is move forward at warp speed.
by Bradley Walton
Ten interconnected vignettes with LGBTQ+ themes.
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