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In the future teenagers are obedient and polite. But this behaviour comes at a price. A thought-provoking harrowing tale.
Chaucer's classic collection of tales comes to life in a lively adaptation. Great characters, lots of humour, strong ensemble work. Text uses modern English.
A light vignette play about our obsession with hair. Flexible casting.
Trevor is in the basement experimenting. He wants to build an army of zombies... by bringing baloney to life. Will his plan work before the expiry date?
This character-driven piece explores the most important relationships in life: friends, family, and love.
A one act annotated version of Shakespeare's comedy filled with unrequited love, disguises, and a shipwreck.
The star quarterback has been charged with murdering the mascot and a farce of a trial ensues. The audience plays the jury in this black comedy.
Jane is a jealous girl. So much so it's turned into a life-sized monster that follows her everywhere. What happens when Jealousy takes over your life?
A competition-length version of We Open Tomorrow Night?!
This one act annotated version of Shakespeare's comedy brims with wordplay, romance, and deceit.
Theseus is a young man on an adventure. As he makes his way to Athens to meet his father he must fight bandits, carnivorous pigs, and travel the underworld.
For many wars, letters home were the only form of communication between soldiers and their loved ones. This play brings those letters to life.
A playful and theatrical adaptation of Grimm's grimmest tales.
Why aren't middle school students full of smiles, hugs and hi-fives? They’re too young to have problems.
A mix-up in the chemistry club creates a horrendous goo that takes over John Dalton School.
A One Act version of The Hope and Heartache Diner
There is no place like home.
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.
The teenagers in Tick Talk have much to say, but no way to say it. Characters are limited to only ONE WORD for the whole play. A great challenge for actors.
A collection of short plays with challenging stories and complex characters.
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