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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.
by Lindsay Price
A vignette play about communication. Great for classwork.
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 Christian Kiley
Three characters struggle with wellness in uncertain times.
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.
by Scott Giessler
A play that forces us to consider the human side of the people we often dismiss.
adapted by Todd Espeland from Kenneth Grahame
A lively and theatrical adaptation of a wonderful classic.
A collection of 15 scenes in which no two characters get within 6ft of each other.
by Holly Beardsley inspired by Mark Twain
A retelling of Mark Twain’s The Prince and the Pauper.
This vignette style play can be easily performed using an online platform and has a variety of scenes to address all student skill levels.
by Treanor Baring
A fast-paced, witty modern take on Austen’s six classic masterpieces.
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.
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!
cutting and notes by Lindsay Price from the original by Shakespeare
A one act annotated version of Shakespeare's tragic tale of murder, ghosts and revenge.
by Chris Stiles
A magic diary grants wishes: Good grades, popular friends, lavish gifts. But there are consequences to these wishes.
adapted by Todd Espeland from Robert Louis Stevenson
Pirates sponging for rum, treasure maps filled with pieces of eight!
adapted by Mrs. Evelyn Merritt from Aleksander Chodzko
Jack Frost spins the tale of Poor Marouckla who is tormented by her mean stepmother and her horse-faced stepsister. Based on a folktale by Aleksander Chodzko.
Shakespeare’s characters deserve to celebrate the holidays too!
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.
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