based on the Norwegian Folk Tale (as originally recorded by Peter Christen Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe and collected by Gudrun Thorne-Thomsen) BOOK
Book and Lyrics by Joanna H. Kraus (based on her play, The Last Baron of Arizona) Music and Lyrics by C. Michael
by Genevieve Aichele A Collection of 15 short playlets for use in classrooms, seminars, workshops, and in performance for an audience, with
Book and Lyrics by Mahonri Stewart Music by Austin Lopez (Under license from Prospero Arts and Media) The humor and the pathos
Book and Lyrics by Mahonri Stewart Music by Nathaniel Drew (Under license from Prospero Arts and Media) The colorful characters of Charles
by Mahonri Stewart (Under license from Prospero Arts and Media) A young man comes to grip with a break up with the
by Cheryl Ann Cluff Three actors and a sound effects artist perform an adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s story “The Premature Burial”.
by Cheryl Ann Cluff Three actors and a sound effects artist perform an adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s story “The Tell-Tale Heart”.
by J.D. Newman Growing up, making choices, being responsible for yourself and the choices we all make might seem everyday to some,
by J. D Newman Episode 2 of the Sandy Hunter Saga Sandy Hunter’s entrance essay has earned her admission to Memorial Catholic
From the Charles Perrault fairy tale by E Gray Simons III MORE TO COME Part of the Series: Tales from the Fractured
Adapted from Emanuel Schikaneder’s libretto from the Mozart Opera by E Gray Simons III MORE TO COME Part of the Series: Tales
From the Kenneth Grahame classic by E Gray Simons III MORE TO COME Part of the Series: Tales from the Fractured Side
Suggested by the ballads and legends by E Gray Simons III written with Foster Durgin MORE SOON Part of the Series: Tales
Based on the Chinese Folktale “Journey to the West” by E Gray Simons III written in collaboration with Blue Hill Performance Ensemble
by E. Gray Simons III PLAY BALL! blends history, poetry, and a fantastic sense of humor to create an exciting and hilarious
The Wild West and the Frontier are even wilder in this spoof on everything that is western-holy!
The Danish-Norwegian playwright, Ludvig Holberg wrote so universally that his comic plays hold up for today’s theater audiences.
First performed in London at the Cambridge Theatre in the early 1971, this title is available nowhere else. It was then brought