Book and Lyrics by June Rachelson-Ospa Music by Phil Goodbody Okay, so this is NOT your usual fairytale of a Princess kissing
by JUNE RACHELSON-OSPA and DANIEL NEIDEN Based on the short story “STUPID WIG” by SHIRLEY SPURGEON What happens when STAR WARS helps
Book and Lyrics by June Rachelson-Ospa Music by Allison Brewster Franzetti The True Colors of Weedle is about a boy born without
a Musical Christmas Tale for young people by James Arrington Music and Lyrics by Lisa Radulovich Another year. Another Christmas. Another crisis.
A comedy for the young by Rob Lauer Based upon the famous Oz books by L. Frank Baum In this comedy adventure, Dorothy returns
Adapted from Mark Twain by Charles W. Whitman and C. Michael Perry A stirring adaptation of Twain’s somber and disturbing ode to
Book by Charles W. Whitman Music and Lyrics by C. Michael Perry Additional Material by Michael Evenden Thrill to the “War Prayer”! Laugh
by Eric Samuelsen (For production by Professional Groups, Colleges and Universities, Community Groups, and adventurous High Schools.) A faithful, action oriented adaptation
A SUPER Play for Young Performers! by J. D. Newman Part of the Noorda Theatre Youth Plays Three groups meet for the
by Drew Chappell Part of the Noorda Theatre Youth Plays The town of Shoreville is situated close to a dam that was
by Wendy Gourley Part of the Noorda Theatre Youth Plays Ingredients: (a) pirates (b) commedia dell’arte (c) a fight sequence (d) one
by Mahonri Stewart (Under license from Prospero Arts and Media) The classic fairy tale of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Snow Queen is
by Mahonri Stewart (Under license from Prospero Arts and Media) After the fall of Troy, a group of refugee children must rely
by Mahonri Stewart (Under license from Prospero Arts and Media) A group of children in San Diego sneak into an abandoned house
by George King and Gayanne Ramsden King Based on the Japanese Fairy Tale : The Woman Who Lost Her Dumplings When this
Script by Katherine Farmer and Gayanne Ramsden King Music and Lyrics by Eda Ashby The classic story by the Brothers Grimm of
Book and Lyrics by George King and Gayanne Ramsden King Music and Additional Lyrics by C. Michael Perry & Mylee Bell Especially
by George King and Gayanne Ramsden King & Katherine Farmer Music by C. Michael Perry, Mylee Bell and Eda Ashby Lyrics by
a play by Eric Samuelsen About the social order of a playground, along with the attendant bullying, BUMPS presents a microcosmic view
a ten-minute play by Eric Samuelsen Slightly amended from its appearance in the longer play, BUMPS, this play about the social order
by Genevieve Aichele As Thor, the God of Thunder sleeps, the Ice Giants sneak in and steal his mighty hammer, symbol and
Adapted from the Hans Christian Andersen tale by Genevieve Aichele The typical array of princesses––all royal, all wrong. But when Prince Emory
A Turkish Fairy Tale adapted by Genevieve Aichele Fear. We all know about it, have even experienced it in our lives. But
(based on the story by Washington Irving) Adapted by Genevieve Aichele This is a simple but imaginative story-theatre telling of the famous
A Traditional Tale from India adapted by Genevieve Aichele Wisdom from the smallest of all helps the jungle animals to maintain order
A Czechoslovakian tale adapted by Genevieve Aichele Riddles. Cleverness. This simple, charming story will delight children and adults alike as The Burgomaster
Adapted from Irish folk lore by Genevieve Aichele A very early step-mother story, this time out of jealousy for the love of
Adapted from Hawaiian Myth and Lore by Genevieve Aichele Hawaii’s rich mythology and lore provide the story for this script dealing with
by Eric Samuelsen In the world of Donkey Kong we find 5 Princess Zeldas: the Proud, the-full-of-pain, the girlfriend-not-a-princess, the Actor-princess, the
by Joanna H. Kraus When Hak Soo, a nine-year old Korean boy, arrives at a New York airport, he’s frightened by the
Two Short Plays for Young People [and others] To Perform (TYA) by Joanna H. Kraus The Dragon Hammer comes from an old
From the Charles Perrault fairy tale by E Gray Simons III MORE TO COME Part of the Series: Tales from the Fractured
by E. Gray Simons III PLAY BALL! blends history, poetry, and a fantastic sense of humor to create an exciting and hilarious
by Joanna H. Kraus When a flower girl gets stage fright and can’t start the wedding procession, she’s convinced no one will
by Morag Shepherd Eight-year-old Flora has lived in six foster homes since the age of five. One day Flora meets Bee and
by Elaine Jarvik This is the story of five-year-old JJ (who has lots of questions) and eight-year-old Izzy (a know-it-all
Adapted by J.D. Newman From L. Frank Baum’s classic novel (Perfect for Professional, College/University, Community, High School, Middle School, and other Youth
Or, The Return of the Godfather, a short comedy by R. Rex Stephenson and Ginny Smith Conrad Delightful for all ages from
by Dean Olivet Bullying comes in many flavors. Kids can lie, steal, and intimidate, make others feel bad about not fitting in,
by Dean Olivet Flint is a boy who can’t find his “Spark”; Cindy is a girl who will stop at nothing to
A skeleton is discovered in the school’s boiler room and the rumors start flying!
Book & Lyrics by Linda Britt Music by Colin Britt The premise is simple: What if you came to school and couldn’t
About become who YOU want to be and not giving in to labels
A uniquely structured musical about the battle against monarchial over-rule led by the most famous of all bandits.
The North Maine Woods are many things — haunted is one of them; as 10-year-old Olivia soon finds out.
Imaginative Story Theatre about the Greek myth of Athena
From the Children’s Theatre of Hampton Roads come this most imaginative retelling of one of the most beloved Fairy Tales
The land of sleep and dreams and all that can be found there make up this clever story of Bri, the Toothfairy, and her travels to save her ‘children.’
One of the most powerful and inclusive scripts on the Underground Railroad and the power of personal freedom we have ever come across
Two dogs in an Animal Shelter — what better location for a play about prejudice and overcoming fear
A delightful twist on the fairy tale as both the mermaid and her prince have a younger, same-gender sibling who get them and others into trouble; but it’s the little sister who is at the center of this story.
TV screens, computer screens, video screens, phone screens — what if they were the literal gateway to our scariest nightmares?
Shakespeare’s classic edited for time and archaic expressions.
A Russian Folk tale brought to musical life with people and puppets, and plots and plans, and a happy ending.
“The Wind in the Willows” as a melodrama? It’s not as strange as it might sound!
Yeti, Sasquatch, Sphinx and Amazonian Queen make for mystery in the theatre; but then set it in a Carnival-type atmosphere and it becomes a Mystery Sideshow Theatre piece!
The ancient Egyptians, Greeks, and Aztecs knew that Death was not a mystery! Or was it?
Atlantis, Pirates, and Loch Ness are mysteries of our water-filled world. But when these tales are set in a Sideshow atmosphere, it takes the action up a notch!
The West of the U.S. frontier has spawned many tales, from Native American creation, to the Pony Express, along with the history of Lewis & Clark, the Mystery Sideshow Theatre has never been more full of fun and wonder!
An evening of Aesops’ characters told in the style of Network Television, with news and commercials. What a kick!
Yes, another musical about bullying, but this one focuses on the Bully and his perception of himself. And what’s more, the show is told in both Spanish and English!
Women’s Suffrage is keenly and insightfully explored for young audiences.
A clever experience with the classic ‘mellerdrama’ (melodrama) for children and teens.
The bullied and the bullies in an intense musical for young audiences filled with pathos, humor and a contemporary score.
A re-telling of the Snow White story through collected tales from around the world.
Fairies, Nature and Environmental Awareness — what better way to talk to young people about these basic topics than onstage in a play?
Three modern-day Junior High School students meet — King Arthur, the Briton Legend and find that there is more fact to the fiction then they had previously believed, in this insightful play.
A rousing tale of Robin Hood for young actors and audiences. Adults may enjoy these roles, as well.
Galileo’s most important contribution to the world may not have been in pure sciences, but in the allowance and tolerance of Freedom of Thought. This play chronicles that journey with either young or adult actors for young audiences.
Yes, we know that he did NOT land properly on the North American Continent; but he did voyage across the unknown to open the doors to a New World. This musical tells that story for young audiences using a small cast.
Anyone can feel ‘different’ from others at times. It is never a small thing. This short play celebrates difference and allowing difference and tolerance, no matter what.
by Albert O. Mitchell (TYA) For production by College/University Groups, Community Groups, High Schools, Middle Schools/Junior High Schools, Elementary Schools, Church Groups,
by Homer Adapted by Rodger D. Sorensen (For production by Professional Groups, College/University Groups, Community Groups, High Schools, Middle Schools/Junior High Schools,
(For production by Professional Groups, College/University Groups, Community Groups, High Schools, Middle Schools/Junior High Schools, Church Groups, Children’s Theatres/Youth Theatres) The Classic
Adapted by R. Rex Stephenson (TYA) (For production by Professional Groups, College/University Groups, Community Groups, High Schools, Middle Schools/Junior High Schools, Elementary