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adapted by Laramie Dean from the novel by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
Thunder and lightning tear apart the night sky while two young women explore the story of Frankenstein
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by Allison Williams
Shakespeare has writer’s block. Nothing inspires him. Queen Elizabeth sends him on a trip around the world to find inspiration.
by Jeffrey Harr
A boy and a girl share words of wisdom straight from their parents' mouths.
Put together a SFX crew and bring the radio sounds to life.
by Kirk Shimano
A one act play inspired by an ancient Sumerian myth depicting one of the first Mesopotamian gods.
by Christian Kiley
Rogue lives in a cardboard box but she doesn’t mind. Others want Rogue to leave but she isn’t budging. It's a showdown of stereotypes and self-identity.
by Lindsay Price
It's Cinderella's first Christmas in the castle. But her step-sisters have a dastardly plan to ruin the holidays.
book & lyrics by Lindsay Price, music by Kristin Gauthier
The Twelve Days of Christmas go on strike. Will the holidays be the same? A one act romp with music.
In the future the issue of poverty is solved through separation and subserviance. A teen causes trouble simply because she wants to better herself.
The guidance counsellors of Ambrose High have decided to speak to senior class couples about the power of communication.
We label people every day. We’ve done it in the past, we’ll do it in the future.
A girl moves too fast. A boy is still the same after a heartwrenching moment. Moving/Still looks at those who want to grow up and those who don't.
by Emma Fonseca Halverson
A Mexican family struggles to get by while ICE attempts to tear them apart.
by Craig Mason
An environmental fable about a city that destroys its natural beauty in order to support its only industry.
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 Robert Wing
A re-imagining of Shakespeare’s Hamlet.
by Rachel Atkins
Will they establish civility or fall apart?
by Stephen Gregg
A heartbreaking and hilarious one act. How does a family deal with watching one of their own disappear?
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.
A funny and endearing look at love, dreams, slushes, and the unexpected twists and turns that life takes when you’re saving the universe.
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