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by Kirk Shimano
If someone has a secret they’ve been clutching to their heart, the moonbow’s glow will give them the courage to share their true selves
by Lindsay Price
A group of lively travelling players take you on a spirited adventure through Christmas past and present. Flexible casting, and audience participation.
What if Much Ado About Nothing took place at a high school dance? An enjoyable introduction to Shakespeare with lightning-fast pace and snappy dialogue.
by Amanda Murray Cutalo
Mia knows how to be a confident and assertive young woman who is not afraid to stand up for herself; the only problem is she can only act this way in her fantasies.
In this world writing is a struggle, a battle, a war. Backspace explores personification and characterization like no other play.
by Laramie Dean
Can Stheno bring her sister Medusa back to life?
by Steven Stack
Who will pay the price when the real world and the play collide?
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 Matthew Webster
Four campers are not only lost in the wood, they are lost at the edge of the world with no land, water, stars or sun. The only way to bring life back is to ask the right questions that will release stories from the wind.
by Bradley Walton
A talking bunny. A talking rainbow. Plus annihilation.
Connect and commiserate with these characters who can't help but do stupid things. An amazing ensemble opportunity.
by Christopher Evans
The question everyone’s asking is “Am I walking out alive today?”
Four teenagers struggle with pressures. The Refugee, the newbie, the perfectionist and the less than perfect. Everything comes to a head the week before prom.
cutting and notes by John Minigan from the original by Shakespeare
A one act annotated version of Shakespeare's love filled comedy.
Why aren't middle school students full of smiles, hugs and hi-fives? They’re too young to have problems.
translated by Lindsay Price from Everyman by Anonymous
A modern translation of the original text
by Claire Broome
This vignette play explores relationships and situations that speak to today’s teens in a variety of genres with flexible gender roles.
A vignette play about communication. Great for classwork.
by Treanor Baring
A fast-paced, witty modern take on Austen’s six classic masterpieces.
by Robert Wing
A drama for six women that will have your audience talking long after they leave the theatre.
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