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cutting and notes by Lindsay Price from the original by Shakespeare
A one act annotated version of Shakespeare's tragic tale of star-crossed lovers.
by Forrest Musselman
Jane wants to break out of her box. Colour cows green and the sky purple. She wants a deep poetic journey into something. The problem is she has no idea where to start.
by Dara Murphy
The star quarterback has been charged with murdering the mascot and a farce of a trial ensues. The audience plays the jury in this black comedy.
by RS Paulette
This award-winning piece is haunting, exhilarating and theatrical.
edited by Lindsay Price
21 monologues for competition, classwork, and auditions.
by Matthew Webster
A comedic romp through the stresses and struggles of making it through the school day.
by Lindsay Price
Diners are a special place. You can get your coffee, fall in love, and find light when the world is dark.
A hilarious full length modern take on the clash between school cliques. Inspired by Romeo and Juliet.
Jane is a jealous girl. So much so it's turned into a life-sized monster that follows her everywhere. What happens when Jealousy takes over your life?
Senior students in a small town face a dilemma. Do they stay close to home, or do they run far away? A heartwarming and heartbreaking story.
cutting and notes by John Minigan from the original by Shakespeare
This one act annotated version of Shakespeare's comedy brims with wordplay, romance, and deceit.
by Allison Williams
Join commedia dell'arte characters in a hungry, thirsty, bungling, quest for the Scarlet Heart. An excellent introduction for any student performer.
A collection of middle school monologues for boys. All monologues from published Theatrefolk plays.
adapted by Laramie Dean from L. Frank Baum
There is no place like home.
by Jeffrey Harr
Annarosarosemarie is ready and raring to go for her first play audition. Miss Johnson is not ready to see what Annarosarosemarie has prepared. Not ready at all.
Addresses anxiety and depression in teens.
by Mrs. Evelyn Merritt
For many wars, letters home were the only form of communication between soldiers and their loved ones. This play brings those letters to life.
by Chris Stiles
Denmark is plagued with zombies in this gruesomely comic adaptation of Shakespeare's Hamlet.
A collection of middle school monologues for girls. All monologues from published Theatrefolk plays.
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