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cutting and notes by Lindsay Price from the original by Shakespeare
A one act annotated version of Shakespeare's tragic tale of star-crossed lovers.
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by Jeffrey Harr
Wendy joins an online teen support group. However, she quickly discovers that the others are anything but typical.
by Michael Wehrli
A competition-length version of We Open Tomorrow Night?!
by John Donald O'Shea
A delightful melodrama replete with broad comedy, memorable characters, and plenty of booing and hissing for the stovepipe-hat-wearing villain!
edited by Lindsay Price
A collection of middle school monologues for boys. All monologues from published Theatrefolk plays.
adapted by Lindsay Price from Chaucer
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.
by Bradley Walton
A talking bunny. A talking rainbow. Plus annihilation.
19 monologues for competition, classwork, and auditions.
by Lindsay Price
A vignette play that looks at 21st century communication. Blog your innermost thoughts. Break up by text. Express your deepest emotions through LOL's and smilies.
A One Act version of The Hope and Heartache Diner
In a magical dimension, three teenagers are pulled into a conflict between Good and Bad Ideas from classic tales. Who is to blame for the bad idea?
Sometimes you need to leap without knowing what the outcome will be.
A one act annotated version of Shakespeare's tragic tale of murder, ghosts and revenge.
Annarosarosemarie is ready and raring to go for her first play audition. Miss Johnson is not ready to see what Annarosarosemarie has prepared. Not ready at all.
by Sholeh Wolpé
Jazmine tries to get into the movie theatre, but the inspector has other ideas.
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 Bradley Hayward
Children of divorce are united through humor in this honest and theatrical look at the day to day reality of growing up in a family that's been torn apart.
by Christian Kiley
A play about trying to survive and thrive in a virtual classroom.
by Judith White
Pandora's curiosity gets the better of her in this theatrical retelling of the Greek myth.
This middle school play looks at the bullied, the bully, and the bystander through mostly non-verbal vignettes.
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