Shreds and Patches is an imagining of Shakespeare's Hamlet like no other! An excellent easy-to-stage competition piece that fuses Shakespearean speech with modern dialogue - a super fun way to bring Shakespeare into the classroom!
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A modern adaptation of Victorian ghost stories.
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.
The Twelve Days of Christmas go on strike. Will the holidays be the same? A one act romp with music.
A one act play inspired by an ancient Sumerian myth depicting one of the first Mesopotamian gods.
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.
It’s time for role call. Who are you?
A collection of 15 scenes in which no two characters get within 6ft of each other.
A retelling of Mark Twain’s The Prince and the Pauper.
A scripted talent show where YOU are the stars!
A Spanish translation of the vignette play Anxiety is Orange.
Robots will always do their jobs better than real people. And rules are what make the Factory productive.
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.
A magic diary grants wishes: Good grades, popular friends, lavish gifts. But there are consequences to these wishes.
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?
Do you control the audience or does the audience control you?
For the young men of Heywood, crossing the street is as dangerous as going off to war. A highly stylized comedy.
Joan has been sentenced to lose her head for impersonating her famous brother William Shakespeare.
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.
An excellent character-driven piece for middle school students. Inspired by hundreds of interviews with those associated by all branches of the service.
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