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by Christopher Evans
The question everyone’s asking is “Am I walking out alive today?”
translated by Lindsay Price from Everyman by Anonymous
A modern translation of the original text
by Sholeh Wolpé
Jazmine tries to get into the movie theatre, but the inspector has other ideas.
by Bradley Walton
Santa is trapped by zombies and two reindeer fawns are determined to save the day.
by Laramie Dean
You should know right away that this is not a traditional adaptation of Little Women.
by Jeffrey Harr
Wendy joins an online teen support group. However, she quickly discovers that the others are anything but typical.
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 Christian Kiley
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?
A touching ensemble piece where sacrifice is as simple as a pair of wings.
by Lindsay Price
The tragedy of a young boy's death is examined. Written in the Ladder play format the text runs in vertical columns for fuller choral work.
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.
Madeline has body issues. So much so that her different body parts are coming to life and talking back. But Madeline is tired of feeling bad about her body.
by Michael Wehrli
A scripted talent show where YOU are the stars!
by Alan Haehnel
A squirt gun would never be mistaken for a real gun, right?
A collection of short plays that examines the relationships between girls and guys.
by Mrs. Evelyn Merritt
Two Christmas plays. Baby New Year rearranges the calendar in Christmas in July. Christmas is in jeopardy in What do you do when the elves have the flu?
adapted by Todd Espeland from Kenneth Grahame
A lively and theatrical adaptation of a wonderful classic.
Robots will always do their jobs better than real people. And rules are what make the Factory productive.
by Matthew Webster
A big fun online-friendly show in the style of a radio serial.
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