by Bradley Walton
Cat hair is taking over the world in this hilarious huge cast one act.
by Matthew Webster
A big fun online-friendly show in the style of a radio serial.
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?
by John Donald O'Shea
On the first Christmas Eve, a shepherd meets an angel who states something miraculous is about to occur. The shepherd's wife has her doubts.
by Treanor Baring
A 35 minute cutting of the original suitable for competition.
by Shirley Barrie
An inventive re-telling of the Grimms' fairy tale. Puppetry, percussive rhythms, twists in language, and unique characterizations.
adapted by Lindsay Price from Charles Dickens
A modern take on the classic Dickens tale. Eddie Scrooge is a 17-year-old Bah Humbug of a guy. Till one Christmas Eve when three ghosts change his life.
adapted by Mrs. Evelyn Merritt from L. Frank Baum
Plots and schemes are being hatched to kidnap Santa! That means no toys for good little girls and boys. Adapted from the story by L. Frank Baum.
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.
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
adapted by Mrs. Evelyn Merritt from Robert Browning
There are consequences for the people of Hamelin when they refuse to pay the Piper. A theatricalization of the Robert Browning poem.
by Alan Haehnel
Stories are under attack. It's a pandemic so big, the government’s involved. The rebootilization plan is foolproof so long as pirates don't get loose....
by Lindsay Price
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.
adapted by Craig Mason from Shakespeare
A modern English one act version of Shakespeare's tragic tale of star-crossed lovers.