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adapted by Mrs. Evelyn Merritt from L. Frank Baum
Plots and schemes are being hatched to kidnap Santa! That means no toys for good little girls and boys. Adapted from the story by L. Frank Baum.
edited by Lindsay Price
19 monologues for competition, classwork, and auditions.
by Lindsay Price
A collection of short plays that examines the relationships between girls and guys.
translated by Lindsay Price from Everyman by Anonymous
A modern translation of the original text
by Krista Boehnert
An exploration of teen issues through a series of monologues. The characters speak frankly about their fears, their futures, and their day to day life.
by Jeffrey Harr
First dates can be the worst or the best. Especially when you're on a date with the guy or girl of your dreams.
by Treanor Baring
A fast-paced, witty modern take on Austen’s six classic masterpieces.
by Christian Kiley
A touching ensemble piece where sacrifice is as simple as a pair of wings.
cutting and notes by Lindsay Price from the original by Shakespeare
A one act annotated version of Shakespeare's tragic tale of murder, ghosts and revenge.
adapted by Mrs. Evelyn Merritt from Hans Christian Andersen
A theatrical adaptation of The Snow Queen by Hans Christian Andersen.
A vignette play about teen life – backwards, forwards and inside-out. Told through a variety of forms: kitchen sink, absurd, movement and song.
Do you control the audience or does the audience control you?
Life is a little different for Ani. She talks to inanimate objects and the object talk back. Is she living in a happy, carefree kids’ show or is it something more serious?
by Bradley Walton
Santa is trapped by zombies and two reindeer fawns are determined to save the day.
A look at a soothing world where complete dependency on technology takes away all ills. But is everything really perfect?
by Scott Giessler
A play that forces us to consider the human side of the people we often dismiss.
by J. Robert Wilkins
Things start to go awry when four teens show up at a haunted lodge for their prom. A determined ghost could make this the most bizarre night ever.
Robots will always do their jobs better than real people. And rules are what make the Factory productive.
R is the only letter in a sea of numbers. Potential sits in a chair. These two one acts - Art of Rejection and Chaired can be performed separately or together.
This monologue-based play explores what happens when rumours and secrets spin out of control. What makes a secret more powerful: when it's true or a lie?
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