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by Jeffrey Harr
Three ghoulishly delightful plays.
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by Lindsay Price
A Spanish translation of the middle school vignette play Box.
by Bradley Walton
A friend disappears from an online session.
by Steven Stack
Sadie wishes to leave her life on the high seas to pursue her true passion: theatre.
Demons on a date are never good.
by Dave Hammers
Sarah and Dave think it would be fun to direct a play for drama club. And they both love Julius Caesar. What could go wrong?
by Christian Kiley
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.
A funny and endearing look at love, dreams, slushes, and the unexpected twists and turns that life takes when you’re saving the universe.
Robots will always do their jobs better than real people. And rules are what make the Factory productive.
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.
by Rachel Atkins
Will they establish civility or fall apart?
How will you respond to this evolving new world?
In a magical dimension, three teenagers are pulled into a conflict between Good and Bad Ideas from classic tales. Who is to blame for the bad idea?
A modern adaptation of Victorian ghost stories.
It’s time for role call. Who are you?
by Gary Rodgers
Step inside Robin’s world as he grapples with his conscience and his anti-conscience. And then deeper still as the writer tries to figure out an ending... which he may not be able to do if he’s not actually the writer.
An emotional tug of war between a sister and brother and what really happens in the world of teenage marijuana use. A vivid personification of drugs.
by Allison Williams
Put together a SFX crew and bring the radio sounds to life.
Shakespeare has writer’s block. Nothing inspires him. Queen Elizabeth sends him on a trip around the world to find inspiration.
The guidance counsellors of Ambrose High have decided to speak to senior class couples about the power of communication.
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