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by Bradley Walton
A talking bunny. A talking rainbow. Plus annihilation.
by Lindsay Price
A vignette play about communication. Great for classwork.
by Christian Kiley
A touching ensemble piece where sacrifice is as simple as a pair of wings.
adapted by Mrs. Evelyn Merritt from Hans Christian Andersen
A theatrical adaptation of The Snow Queen by Hans Christian Andersen.
by Michael Wehrli
A scripted talent show where YOU are the stars!
Catherine is a beauty queen. Cosette is a homeschooled spelling bee champion. Two sisters could not be farther apart. When their worlds collide, sparks fly.
by Mrs. Evelyn Merritt
Two Christmas plays. Baby New Year rearranges the calendar in Christmas in July. Christmas is in jeopardy in What do you do when the elves have the flu?
For the young men of Heywood, crossing the street is as dangerous as going off to war. A highly stylized comedy.
A group of teenagers grapple with unanswered questions as they try to understand why someone who has it all would kill themselves. Powerful monologues.
by Christopher Evans
The question everyone’s asking is “Am I walking out alive today?”
by Steven Stack
Who will pay the price when the real world and the play collide?
by Laramie Dean
You should know right away that this is not a traditional adaptation of Little Women.
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.
Christmas is doomed! Santa's reindeer are missing their antlers. Without them they can't fly straight. Joe Mufferaw must save the day! Great audience participation.
translated by Lindsay Price from Everyman by Anonymous
A modern translation of the original text
Life is a little different for Ani. She talks to inanimate objects and the object talk back. Is she living in a happy, carefree kids’ show or is it something more serious?
Can Stheno bring her sister Medusa back to life?
Three characters struggle with wellness in uncertain times.
by Jeffrey Harr
Wendy joins an online teen support group. However, she quickly discovers that the others are anything but typical.
by J. Robert Wilkins
Things start to go awry when four teens show up at a haunted lodge for their prom. A determined ghost could make this the most bizarre night ever.
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