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adapted by Laramie Dean from Bram Stoker
A highly theatrical exploration of the evil that lurks inside all of us…
by Amanda Murray Cutalo
Students have all mysteriously been cast in the “wrong” roles.
by Steven Stack
A collection of five hauntingly humorous tales.
by Lindsay Price
Your first car. Getting your license, Getting pulled over. The relationship between teen and car makes a great backdrop for this vignette play.
A production prepares for opening night. Everything starts out normally, until a rumour spreads that there is an agent in the audience. Anarchy ensues!
adapted by Craig Mason from Shakespeare
A modern English one act version of Shakespeare's tragic tale of star-crossed lovers.
adapted by Lindsay Price from Antigone by Sophocles
A modern adaptation of Sophocles' Antigone set in a high school.
by Allison Green
Anonymous is a story of every teenager: trying to fit in, trying to belong, trying to fall in love. It's hard to be an individual when you're trying to survive.
by Alan Haehnel
Shakespeare's Sonnets come alive in this play where modern scenes play hand in hand with the original text. Very flexible casting.
by Judith White
Pandora's curiosity gets the better of her in this theatrical retelling of the Greek myth.
In the future teenagers are obedient and polite. But this behaviour comes at a price. A thought-provoking harrowing tale.
by Lea Marshall
This is the Shakespeare/Dating show mash-up you’ve been waiting for!
by Bradley Walton
Trevor is in the basement experimenting. He wants to build an army of zombies... by bringing baloney to life. Will his plan work before the expiry date?
by Allison Williams
A shorter version of our hilarious gender-bending take on the Scottish play. Updated version.
A vignette play that embraces the odd. Odd jobs, odd socks, odd one out, odd reactions and odd boyfriends.
by Dara Murphy
Nothing stands in the way of the green grass. Until they wake up one morning to see a yellow dandelion in their midst.
In this one-act middle school vignette play, characters come face-to-face with the fact that there are other people in their boat. Some are different. Some only seem different.
An examination of depression and anxiety in teens.
Sometimes you need to leap without knowing what the outcome will be.
Tonight was going to be writer Alina Deveraux’s most important night, the unveiling of her memoirs. Until she ended up dead. Or not dead.
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