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by Lindsay Price
A moving interpretation of the classic carol Good King Wenceslas. With music, song, a touching message and great roles for actors of all levels.
by Dara Murphy
An ordinary girl has an overactive imagination. Maybe. This is a fast physical extravaganza with guns, knives, and blood. Kittens will be harmed.
by Clint Snyder
Birdie would like you to meet her parents: a goldfish and a moldy piece of bread. It's a perfectly crazy dinner party. Consider this your invitation.
by Treanor Baring
A 35 minute cutting of the original suitable for competition.
A Spanish translation of Look Me in the Eye.
by Christian Kiley
Rogue lives in a cardboard box but she doesn’t mind. Others want Rogue to leave but she isn’t budging. It's a showdown of stereotypes and self-identity.
adapted by Lindsay Price from Aeschylus' The Libation Bearers
A vividly modern adaptation of Aeschylus' play The Libation Bearers.
by Jeyna Lynn Gonzales
Voices from a BLM protest.
The cross country road trip is the focus of this vignette play. Great for a classroom project or for competition. Short scenes with interesting characters.
How will you respond to this evolving new world?
by Shirley Barrie
An inventive re-telling of the Grimms' fairy tale. Puppetry, percussive rhythms, twists in language, and unique characterizations.
adapted by Lindsay Price from Walt Whitman
A theatrical adaptation of a selection of Walt Whitman's civil war poems. See the words, the war, the blood come to life.
An emotional tug of war between a sister and brother and what really happens in the world of teenage marijuana use. A vivid personification of drugs.
by Robert Wing
A re-imagining of Shakespeare’s Hamlet.
A girl moves too fast. A boy is still the same after a heartwrenching moment. Moving/Still looks at those who want to grow up and those who don't.
by Kirk Shimano
Hester90 is publicly shamed and shunned for a racial slur against another student.
by Emma Fonseca Halverson
A Mexican family struggles to get by while ICE attempts to tear them apart.
A pregnancy project turns real when Lucy's test turns pink. No statistics. No preaching. Just well-drawn characters and an engaging story.
A talk show welcomes some of literature's most memorable women who just can’t seem to get it right when it comes to men.
by Rachel Atkins
Will they establish civility or fall apart?
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