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adapted by Mrs. Evelyn Merritt from L. Frank Baum
Plots and schemes are being hatched to kidnap Santa! That means no toys for good little girls and boys. Adapted from the story by L. Frank Baum.
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by Lindsay Price
The transition from middle school to high school can be filled with problems. Monster problems.
Shakespeare’s characters deserve to celebrate the holidays too!
by Bradley Walton
Santa is trapped by zombies and two reindeer fawns are determined to save the day.
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 Amanda Murray Cutalo
Mia knows how to be a confident and assertive young woman who is not afraid to stand up for herself; the only problem is she can only act this way in her fantasies.
by Matthew Webster
Four campers are not only lost in the wood, they are lost at the edge of the world with no land, water, stars or sun. The only way to bring life back is to ask the right questions that will release stories from the wind.
The Bleep Bleep Girls know how teenagers are supposed to behave and how to deal with those who don't. An absurd look at censorship and independent thought.
by Treanor Baring
A fast-paced, witty modern take on Austen’s six classic masterpieces.
by Jeffrey Harr
Three ghoulishly delightful plays.
A Spanish translation of the middle school vignette play Box.
A friend disappears from an online session.
by Steven Stack
Sadie wishes to leave her life on the high seas to pursue her true passion: theatre.
Demons on a date are never good.
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?
by Christian Kiley
R is the only letter in a sea of numbers. Potential sits in a chair. These two one acts - Art of Rejection and Chaired can be performed separately or together.
A funny and endearing look at love, dreams, slushes, and the unexpected twists and turns that life takes when you’re saving the universe.
Robots will always do their jobs better than real people. And rules are what make the Factory productive.
The tragedy of a young boy's death is examined. Written in the Ladder play format the text runs in vertical columns for fuller choral work.
by Rachel Atkins
Will they establish civility or fall apart?
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