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by Sholeh Wolpé
Jazmine tries to get into the movie theatre, but the inspector has other ideas.
by Lindsay Price
Shakespeare’s characters deserve to celebrate the holidays too!
by Christian Kiley
A collection of plays that examine the impact of cancer as seen through the eyes of teenagers. Can be performed as a full length or one acts.
Three characters struggle with wellness in uncertain times.
adapted by Todd Espeland from Kenneth Grahame
A lively and theatrical adaptation of a wonderful classic.
A Spanish translation of the vignette play Anxiety is Orange.
by Holly Beardsley inspired by Mark Twain
A retelling of Mark Twain’s The Prince and the Pauper.
by Michael Wehrli
A scripted talent show where YOU are the stars!
Christmas is doomed! Santa's reindeer are missing their antlers. Without them they can't fly straight. Joe Mufferaw must save the day! Great audience participation.
Catherine is a beauty queen. Cosette is a homeschooled spelling bee champion. Two sisters could not be farther apart. When their worlds collide, sparks fly.
A modern adaptation of Victorian ghost stories.
by John Donald O'Shea
A delightful melodrama replete with broad comedy, memorable characters, and plenty of booing and hissing for the stovepipe-hat-wearing villain!
It's Cinderella's first Christmas in the castle. But her step-sisters have a dastardly plan to ruin the holidays.
by Chris Stiles
A magic diary grants wishes: Good grades, popular friends, lavish gifts. But there are consequences to these wishes.
A collection of 15 scenes in which no two characters get within 6ft of each other.
adapted by Craig Mason from Shakespeare
A modern version of this Shakespeare classic. A great introduction to the story and the bard.
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 Jeffrey Harr
Love conquers all, even for a Queen Elf and a Jedi in Omega Six.
by Bradley Hayward
Children of divorce are united through humor in this honest and theatrical look at the day to day reality of growing up in a family that's been torn apart.
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