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adapted by Lindsay Price from Charles Dickens
A modern take on the classic Dickens tale. Eddie Scrooge is a 17-year-old Bah Humbug of a guy. Till one Christmas Eve when three ghosts change his life.
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by Bradley Walton
Trevor is in the basement experimenting. He wants to build an army of zombies... by bringing baloney to life. Will his plan work before the expiry date?
by Lindsay Price
Ariane and Kate deal with people from their past who invade their head space. Will either be able to set themselves free?
by Judith White
Pandora's curiosity gets the better of her in this theatrical retelling of the Greek myth.
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.
edited by Lindsay Price
A collection of middle school monologues for girls. All monologues from published Theatrefolk plays.
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.
adapted by Lindsay Price from Washington Irving
What will happen when Icabod Crane comes face to face with the headless horseman? An adaptation of the Washington Irving story.
A collection of short plays with challenging stories and complex characters.
by Steven Stack
Tonight was going to be writer Alina Deveraux’s most important night, the unveiling of her memoirs. Until she ended up dead. Or not dead.
by Alan Haehnel
Shakespeare's Sonnets come alive in this play where modern scenes play hand in hand with the original text. Very flexible casting.
A collection of short plays with interesting, engaging, vivid parts for girls.
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.
A collection of ten minute plays.
Jake finds a suicide note in his mailbox. Is it real? Is it a joke? Jake is determined to find out but instead learns a secret he didn't want to know.
A collection of annotated Shakespearean monologues for student actors.
A collection of middle school monologues for boys. All monologues from published Theatrefolk plays.
A collection of 15 scenes in which no two characters get within 6ft of each other.
by Krista Boehnert
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?
A One Act version of The Hope and Heartache Diner
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