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by John Donald O'Shea
On the first Christmas Eve, a shepherd meets an angel who states something miraculous is about to occur. The shepherd's wife has her doubts.
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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.
adapted by Lindsay Price from Aeschylus' The Libation Bearers
A vividly modern adaptation of Aeschylus' play The Libation Bearers.
by Colleen Neuman
Many things happen in a mall. Heartbreak, Uncomfortable truths,True friendship, Cosmic questions with your french fries. Two plays. Great parts for girls.
by Alan Haehnel
Bianca wants to help everyone be the best they can be. Well, she wants everyone to be just like her. Because what's better than being Bianca? Huge cast comedy.
A pregnancy project turns real when Lucy's test turns pink. No statistics. No preaching. Just well-drawn characters and an engaging story.
by Gary Rodgers
Step inside Robin’s world as he grapples with his conscience and his anti-conscience. And then deeper still as the writer tries to figure out an ending... which he may not be able to do if he’s not actually the writer.
by Kathleen Donnelly
In a tiny third class cabin Emma dreams of a new life in America. But when the Titanic hits an iceberg, that dream becomes a nightmare.
A free picnic forces a struggling town to reconcile their belief systems with their greed.
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.
A free picnic forces a struggling town to reconcile their belief systems with their greed. More parts for girls in Version 2.
by Scott Giessler
What happens when Ophelia and Jeb have to tear themselves away from the script and live life off book?
When cheerleaders raise their fists in revolt, you never know what's going to happen next!
Stories are under attack. It's a pandemic so big, the government’s involved. The rebootilization plan is foolproof so long as pirates don't get loose....
A Spanish translation of Look Me in the Eye.
by Rachel Atkins
Will they establish civility or fall apart?
book & lyrics by Lindsay Price, music by Kristin Gauthier
Four teens just can't express themselves. What happens when you don't shout? An a cappella musical created especially for high school performers. You can sing this!
by Bradley Hayward
Julie would do anything to be just like her best friend Rhonda. But she soon finds out Rhonda's perfect world is a nightmare. Deals with sexual abuse.
by Dara Murphy
Sara enjoys tea parties. But camel dung and cloves are two things that should never end up on the table. The twists never stop coming in this play.
by Jeffrey Harr
A boy and a girl share words of wisdom straight from their parents' mouths.
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