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by Allison Williams
An hilarious gender-bending take on the Scottish play! Updated Version.
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Juliet has had enough! No more poison, stabbing, or dying. Romeo and Juliet will never be the same - or will it? Not everyone's so keen on the changes.
by Janice Harris
A fantastic one act and classroom resource filled with monologues from Greek mythology.
by Lindsay Price
This vignette play explores the beats, pauses, and neverending silences in conversation. An excellent class project with parts for everyone.
edited by Lindsay Price
A collection of annotated Shakespearean scenes for student actors.
A collection of monologues for both guys and girls perfect for auditions, competitions, and class work. All monologues come from published Theatrefolk plays.
by Steven Stack
A collection of five hauntingly humorous tales.
by Lea Marshall
This is the Shakespeare/Dating show mash-up you’ve been waiting for!
by Brian Borowka
Some people take Rock-Paper-Scissors (aka Roshambo) seriously. Very seriously.
by Amanda Murray Cutalo
Students have all mysteriously been cast in the “wrong” roles.
A collection of two-person scenes perfect for competition and classwork. All scenes from published Theatrefolk plays.
by Taryn Temple
Is Gertie really what everyone calls her: a freak, strange, stupid, clumsy, and mean?
by Bradley Walton
Cat hair is taking over the world in this hilarious huge cast one act.
by Bradley Hayward
A silly comedy about how the misuse of apostrophes are ruining the lives of students. Flexible casting, audience participation, and fun staging.
Hamlet is played by a girl in this twisty-turny comedic interpretation of the classic Danish tale.
A collection of middle school scenes for duets and groups. All scenes from published Theatrefolk plays.
by Treanor Baring
A Reporter and a Sidekick livestream from great moments in American history.
A production prepares for opening night. Everything starts out normally, until a rumour spreads that there is an agent in the audience. Anarchy ensues!
cutting and notes by John Minigan from the original by Shakespeare
A one act annotated version of Shakespeare's comedy filled with unrequited love, disguises, and a shipwreck.
Kids are constantly being told to hold still. But that’s impossible when all they want to do is move forward at warp speed.
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