Clowns With Guns by Christopher Evans takes a theatrical & absurd look at the endless cycle of senseless violence. An important play for important discussions.
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edited by Lindsay Price
A second collection of monologues perfect for auditions, competitions and classwork. All monologues from published Theatrefolk plays.
by Forrest Musselman
Addresses anxiety and depression in teens.
adapted by Lindsay Price from Charles Dickens
A modern take on the classic Dickens tale. Eddie Scrooge is a 17-year-old Bah Humbug of a guy. Till one Christmas Eve when three ghosts change his life.
by Chris Stiles
Denmark is plagued with zombies in this gruesomely comic adaptation of Shakespeare's Hamlet.
cutting and notes by John Minigan from the original by Shakespeare
This one act annotated version of Shakespeare's comedy brims with wordplay, romance, and deceit.
by Lindsay Price
Senior students in a small town face a dilemma. Do they stay close to home, or do they run far away? A heartwarming and heartbreaking story.
by Michael Wehrli
A competition-length version of We Open Tomorrow Night?!
by Alan Haehnel
In this poignant comedy, Liz Nostrand presents her life as a competition: 100 significant lies told by and to Liz. But what about the lies she's told herself?
by Allison Williams
Join commedia dell'arte characters in a hungry, thirsty, bungling, quest for the Scarlet Heart. An excellent introduction for any student performer.
A hilarious full length modern take on the clash between school cliques. Inspired by Romeo and Juliet.
We all wear a mask. What will happen when the world sees who you really are?
by Wendy-Marie Martin
A beautiful character piece with three strong female leads.
This middle school play looks at the bullied, the bully, and the bystander through mostly non-verbal vignettes.
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 vignette play all about waiting. Great scenes, great characters, flexible casting, easy staging.
The heartbreaking look at dementia from the inside. The struggle between real and fantasy. Past and present. An award-winning theatrical experience.
A one act annotated version of Shakespeare's comedy about mistaken identity.
Connect and commiserate with these characters who can't help but do stupid things. An amazing ensemble opportunity.
by Claire Broome
This vignette play explores relationships and situations that speak to today’s teens in a variety of genres with flexible gender roles.
A collection of annotated Shakespearean monologues for student actors.
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