LBT Plays by Cast Size (Full-length)

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Running Time: 70 minutes or more

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ONE-PERSON SHOWS

TWO-PERSON SHOWS

CAST OF THREE

CAST OF FOUR

CAST OF FIVE

CAST OF SIX

  • Charades by Thomas F. Rogers — 4M 2F
  • Do Good by Eric Samuelsen • Passion and the Public Servant • PREMIERE PLAY FILE — 4F 2M
  • Elektra Adapted from Sophocles by Richard Sewell — 4m 2F + Chorus
  • Evening Eucalyptus by Mahonri Stewart — 2f, 4m
  • The Gypsy Tree — a play with songs by J. D. Newman – songs by Jennifer Haycock — 3m 3f
  • The Immortal a play by Thomas F. Rogers — 4M 2F
  • Just Lucky I Guess by Mark Ogden — 2M 4WF
  • Little Eyolf by Henrik Ibsen, Adapted by Eric Samuelsen — 2M 3W 1B(age 9-11)
  • Rain-In-The-Face ( A meeting between RAIN and ANNIE OAKLEY, orchestrated by BUFFALO BILL at the Columbian Exposition in 1893) by Eric Samuelsen (PREMIERE PLAY FILE) — 3f 3m
  • Treasure (about Alexander Hamilton) by Tim Slover — 4M 2F

CAST OF SEVEN

  • Cyrano From Nowhere a Sci-fi comedy by Mahonri Stewart  — 3f 4m
  • The Drownéd Book by Mahonri Stewart (About the life of Shakespeare) — 3f, 4m
  • Emperor Wolf (TYA) a post-apocalyptic fairy tale by Mahonri Stewart  – 4f 3m 1 non-gender specific
  • NEW! Hockey Mom by Travis Baker — 2w, 4m (Coming Soon)
  • Lightning Rod (about Benjamin Franklin) by Tim Slover — 2M 3F 2olderTeenM
  • Tangents by Elizabeth Hansen — 7W
  • The World Is My Parish (about John Wesley) by R. Rex Stephenson and Mike Trochim — TOUR VERSION: 2 Males, or up to 7 roles — FULL VERSION: 9M  8W  2B  3G + 12-16 ensemble

CAST OF EIGHT

  • Coming Of Age by Shirlee Shields — 6m 2f
  • DeGruchy’s Mantle by J.D. Newman — 5 young women, 1 older woman, 2 young males
  • A Dickens of a  Tale by Geoff Callaway — 4m 4f. Doubling possible to 1m 1f, or all the characters could be played by 1 performer
  • Gentle Barbarian (About Ivan Turgenev) by Thomas F. Rogers — 4M 2W 2TG
  • God’s Fools (a Play of Mitigated Conscience) by Thomas F. Rogers — 5M 3F
  • Merry Gentlemen A Play Inspired by “A Christmas Carol” by Sheila Rinear — 2w, 2m, 2teen girls, 1teen boy, 1either m or w
  • The Opposing Wheel by Mahonri Stewart — 4f 4m
  • Peculiarities: A Play of Parables (six short one acts on youth and sexuality) by Eric Samuelsen (Tahoe, Temps, NCMO, Bishop, Pizza and a Movie, & Kiss) — 5w 3m
  • Playing The Game by Eric Samuelsen — 5m 3f
  • Sandy and the Weird Sisters  by J.D. Newman (Sandy Hunter Saga Episode 1) — with doubling: 2 girls, 4 women, 1 man, 1 either M or F  — without doubling: 3 teengirls, 6w, 4m

CAST OF NINE

  • Accommodations by Eric Samuelsen — 5m 3w 1tg
  • Awakening Galatea by J.D. Newman — 8f 1m
  • Crime & Punishment by Dostoyevsky Adapted and Translated by Thomas F. Rogers — 27M 14F can be doubled to 5 actors and 4 actresses
  • Hero’s Journey – A Choose Your Own Path Adventure by Anthony Buck — 5M, 3F, 1 Either
  • The Ice Front by Eric Samuelsen (A Plan-B Theatre Company Play) (Norwegian resistance to Hitler’s regime.) — 4f 5m
  • Mirrors and Memories (seeing the world through Norman Rockwell paintings) by Linda Britt — 1Youngteengirl, 5W, 3M
  • The Odyssey (from Homer’s classic) by Rodger Sorensen (70 mins) — 5M 4W with doubling
  • Patriot Stranger • a play about Tadeuz Kociuszko and the American Revolution by Thomas F. Rogers and Donald K. Jarvis — 8m 1f double in 17 male and 4 female roles
  • Rings of the Tree by Mahonri Stewart — 4f 5m

CAST OF TEN

CAST OF ELEVEN

  • The Cricket on the Hearth — Staged Radio Play by R. Rex Stephenson & Jody D. Brown — 4w 5m 2either
  • A Doll House by Henrik Ibsen, Adapted by Eric Samuelsen — 3M 4F 1Teenboy 3 children
  • Erasmus Montanus by Jerry Argetsinger (Translated and adapted from Ludvig Holberg’s play) COMING SOON — 8M 3W
  • Jean de France by Jerry Argetsinger (Translated and adapted from Ludvig Holberg’s play) — 8M 3F
  • Lifelines by Sheila Lynch Rinear — 6M 5F + 12 Greek Chorus
  • The Second Priest by Thomas F. Rogers — 8M 3W  play all the roles with doubling
  • Seigfried Idyllsuggested by the stories of “The Ring of The Neibelung” adapted by Thomas F. Rogers — 7M 2W 1Teenboy 1Teengirl
  • Winding Sheet A play about social reform by Eric Samuelsen PREMIERE PLAY FILE — 8f, 5m, doubles to 7f 5m

CAST OF TWELVE

CAST OF THIRTEEN

  • Sandy and the Weird Sisters  by J.D. Newman (Sandy Hunter Saga Episode 1) — with doubling: 2 girls, 4 women, 1 man, 1 either M or F  — without doubling: 3 teengirls, 6w, 4m
  • The Seagull Adapted from Chekhov’s play by Thomas F. Rogers — 7M 5W 1G
  • Timeshare by Brent Hanson — 9M 4W
  • NEW! The Witching Hour Four Short Plays by Kīra Shaffer and Cory Larsen — 6f, 7m

CAST OF FOURTEEN

CAST OF FIFTEEN

CAST OF SIXTEEN

LARGE CAST

  • All’s Well That Ends Well adapted by J.D. Newman — 7-11 female, 8-12 male (depending on doubling)
  • American Dreams: Immigration Stories a monologue play by Linda Britt — 18Females 12 Males. Doubling possible, but not recommended.
  • Chosen: Stories of Adoption a monologue play by Linda Britt — 15f 10m (Doubling of roles is possible.)
  • A Christmas Carol Adapted by R.Rex Stephenson — 6m 8f 4children (doubling possible)
  • A Christmas Carol Adapted from the Dickens Classic by Rodger Sorensen — 13f, 13m (doubling possible)
  • Closer to Home by Brent Hutchins — 30 characters (15m, 15f) which can be readily doubled and ‘regenderfied” as needed.
  • Crime & Punishment by Dostoyevsky Adapted and Translated by Thomas F. Rogers — 27M 14F can be doubled to 5 actors and 4 actresses
  • Due Process: Hiram Bebee, Alias the Sundance Kid by Shirlee Shield — 13M 4f (doubling possible)
  • The Farley Family XmasA spoof by James Arrington — 8m8f +extras
  • For The Glory by Joanna H. Kraus and Hobart Brown — 2f, 8m, 5either + extras
  • Frére Lawrence (The Story of T. E. Lawrence [Lawrence of Arabia]) by Thomas F. Rogers — 17M 3F (can be doubled)
  • Further Downeast by Brent Hutchins — 11m 9f 6either — some doubling possible
  • Gathering Grimm by J. D. Newman – 18f 5m (Doubling is possible for the female roles, but not recommended)
  • Geeks & Gangsters (The Real Story Of Superman’s beginning) by Rob Lauer — 8 TeenMales(appearing 16-25) 5 Teen Females(appearing 16-25)  14M 5W (Doubling to a cast of 22 Possible)
  • NEW! How Do We Feel Right Now? by Stacey Tirro (A Monologue Play) — 31 roles: 7m 19f 5either (doubling possible)
  • John Honeyman: Spy for Washington by Albert O. Mitchell (TYA) — 9M 4W 2TB 1TG 1G
  • Julius Caesar: A Confederate Conspiracy by William Shakespeare (adapted by C. Michael Perry) — 32M 9F + extras. Doubling possible
  • The Jungle Book by R. Rex Stephenson (TYA) — 11 Male roles (some of the typically male roles may be played by a female), 4 Female roles, 1 of either gender + extras (doubling possible)
  • Kimchi Kid by Joanna H. Kraus — Cast of 19, doubling possible
  • Lifelines by Sheila Lynch Rinear — 6M 5F + 12 Greek Chorus
  • Magnificence — A Medieval Morality Play by John Skelton. Translated and Adapted by Eric Samuelsen — 17 characters of flexible gender.
  • Merry Christmas, George Bailey by Shirlee Hurst Shields — Large cast of [30M 14W 3Tb 1Tg 4B 2G] including the children can be doubled to 24 performers [16m 8w] (which could be reduced further with tripling by some cast members)
  • A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare (Adapted by C. Michael Perry) — 13M   8F + fairies, attendants, doubling possible
  • Much Ado About Nothing Freely adapted and updated from the Shakespeare Classic by J.D. Newman — 7M 6W 3children
  • Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep by Jerry Walker  — 29f, 24m, doubling and tripling of roles possible
  • The Odyssey by Eric Samuelsen (90 mins) — 22m, 11female, 2 either +maids, crew, suitors. (Doubling recommended)
  • The Political Tinker by Jerry Argetsinger (Translated and adapted from Ludvig Holberg’s play) — 3m, 3f + up to 25 supporting characters, men and women of all ages, which can be doubled
  • Secrets of Sleepy Hollow a thrill of a ride by Mahonri Stewart — 11f 9m plus the possibility of additional “spirits” and/or puppeteers who can act out the ghost stories told intermittently throughout the play
  • Ulysses of Ithaca by Jerry Argetsinger (Translated and adapted from Ludvig Holberg’s play) — 11 Men 6 Women 8-15 supporting characters, many of which can be doubled
  • We Ain’t Dead Yet! by Jerry Walker (SENIOR THEATRE) — 9m 9f
  • Well-Behaved Women The Seneca Falls Convention by Jes Marbacher (TYA) – 35M 20F (doubling and tripling recommended can be played by 15 performers)
  • The World Is My Parish (about John Wesley) by R. Rex Stephenson and Mike Trochim — TOUR VERSION: 2 Males, or up to 7 roles — FULL VERSION: 9M  8W  2B  3G + 12-16 ensemble
  • Yeshua by Mahonri Stewart PREMIERE PLAY FILE — 25 + characters, but actors playing multiple roles is encouraged: 8 female, the rest male