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by Lindsay Price
A character driven toboggan ride through every experience you've ever had with snow. Wish for a snow day, make a snow angel, catch the first snowflake.
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.
adapted by Mrs. Evelyn Merritt from Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm
A playful and theatrical adaptation of Grimm's grimmest tales.
by Alan Haehnel
Stress is driving a teen quartet crazy - so much so they can't stop talking about it. This play is a symphony of sound and character.
by Janice Harris
A fantastic one act and classroom resource filled with monologues from Greek mythology.
This character-driven piece explores the most important relationships in life: friends, family, and love.
A light vignette play about our obsession with hair. Flexible casting.
A One Act version of The Hope and Heartache Diner
by Claire Broome
This vignette play explores relationships and situations that speak to today’s teens in a variety of genres with flexible gender roles.
by Treanor Baring
A mix-up in the chemistry club creates a horrendous goo that takes over John Dalton School.
cutting and notes by John Minigan from the original by Shakespeare
A one act annotated version of Shakespeare's comedy filled with unrequited love, disguises, and a shipwreck.
adapted by Todd Espeland from Robert Louis Stevenson
A one act cutting of Treasure Island
by Judith White
Theseus is a young man on an adventure. As he makes his way to Athens to meet his father he must fight bandits, carnivorous pigs, and travel the underworld.
A collection of short plays with interesting, engaging, vivid parts for girls.
by Kirk Shimano
If someone has a secret they’ve been clutching to their heart, the moonbow’s glow will give them the courage to share their true selves
A collection of short plays with challenging stories and complex characters.
by Michael Wehrli
A competition-length version of We Open Tomorrow Night?!
by RS Paulette
This award-winning piece is haunting, exhilarating and theatrical.
We all wear a mask. What will happen when the world sees who you really are?
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.
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