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by Brian Borowka
Some people take Rock-Paper-Scissors (aka Roshambo) seriously. Very seriously.
by Patrick Derksen
A fabulously funny and high styling take on film noir.
by Allison Williams
Hamlet is played by a girl in this twisty-turny comedic interpretation of the classic Danish tale.
by Bradley Walton
Cat hair is taking over the world in this hilarious huge cast one act.
by Lindsay Price
Ten plays for two actors. The plays can be performed individually or all together for a full evening of theatre. Excellent for the classroom or competition.
This vignette play asks students to look at the concept of what it means to be “good” and “bad.”
by Bradley Hayward
The lives of seven teenagers become intertwined in this humorous and oftentimes bittersweet collection of ten minute plays. Multiple lengths available.
edited by Lindsay Price
A collection of monologues for both guys and girls perfect for auditions, competitions, and class work. All monologues come from published Theatrefolk plays.
A collection of annotated Shakespearean scenes for student actors.
adapted by Lindsay Price from Washington Irving
What will happen when Icabod Crane comes face to face with the headless horseman? An adaptation of the Washington Irving story.
by Clint Snyder
A pie shop erupts into panic after Franny, a brash cat-lady, announces the arrival of the apocalypse. A Lord of the Flies parody.
This vignette play explores the beats, pauses, and neverending silences in conversation. An excellent class project with parts for everyone.
Dallas is a real smarty pants and can't wait to show off. But he's in for a shock. His new class is very different. A fantastic competition piece.
by Kate Kilpatrick
Heartfelt stories about a family told through recipes.
A collection of middle school scenes for duets and groups. All scenes from published Theatrefolk plays.
adapted by Lindsay Price from Lewis Carroll
Alice is back in Wonderland and looking to become Queen. This adaptation is a fantastical physical journey for both actor and audience.
Kids are constantly being told to hold still. But that’s impossible when all they want to do is move forward at warp speed.
A silly comedy about how the misuse of apostrophes are ruining the lives of students. Flexible casting, audience participation, and fun staging.
by Treanor Baring
A Reporter and a Sidekick livestream from great moments in American history.
by Taryn Temple
Is Gertie really what everyone calls her: a freak, strange, stupid, clumsy, and mean?
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