Galileo’s Pendulum — TYA

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.

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Puzzles — a play

Missing his father, taken from him by a tragic car accident, a boy of 12 struggles to come to terms with death and his own autism in the searing play.

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Liberation — A Short Play

Personal freedom, identity, and duty are the focus of this play set in a small French village near the end of World War 2 as four young women confront a captured German soldier.

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Gathering Grimm — a play

For young or adult audiences this play uncovers some ‘facts’ about the Brothers Grimm: that most of their stories came from or through their sisters and female friends.

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Treasure — A Play

Ambition. Greed. Lust. Recklessness. Righteousness. Honor. Betrayal. Potential. Before there was Broadway’s “Hamilton”, there was Tim Slover’s “Treasure”.

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Columbus! • A Musical Adventure for TYA

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.

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ghosts • a translation and adaptation

One of Ibsen’s most controversial plays, ‘Ghosts” deals with drugs and Eric Samuelsen’s translation/adaptation brings the story a modern twist while remaining faithful to the original play.

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Miasma • A Play

Discover how a family can be ripped apart by a father’s corporate vision through greed and abuse of the workers in his plant, in the play with ripped-from-the-headlines themes.

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Amerigo • A Play of “Discovery”

The play about Columbus and a relationship with Vespucci, Machiavelli and Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz as they debate, in Purgatory, about everything America stands for in this play about personal, social, religious and political discovery.

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The Idiot — An Adaptation

by Thomas F. Rogers Translated and adapted from the Dostoyevsky novel. (For production by Professional Groups, College/University Groups, Community Groups) How would the…

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Gentle Barbarian — A Play

by Thomas F. Rogers (For production by Professional Groups, College/University Groups, Community Groups) Based on the life of Russian author, Ivan Turgenev, this…

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Frere Lawrence — A Play

by Thomas F. Rogers (For production by Professional Groups, College/University Groups, Community Groups) The late private life of T. E. Lawrence derives from…

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