Stupid Wig – A Short Musical

by JUNE RACHELSON-OSPA and DANIEL NEIDEN Based on the short story “STUPID WIG” by SHIRLEY SPURGEON What happens when STAR WARS helps

The Witching Hour • Four Short Plays for Halloween (or any time)

THE WITCHING HOUR Cover Art courtesy of Doug Jeppson

by Kīra Shaffer and Cory Larsen This collection of short plays about the supernatural and macabre is perfect for the popular Halloween

Star Of Israel • The Musical Story of Esther

Book and Lyrics by George King and Gayanne Ramsden King Music and Lyrics by C. Michael Perry A dramatic and sometimes comic musical

How Do We Feel Right Now? • A Monologue Play

a collection of raw thoughts in the aftermath of senseless tragedy by Stacey Tirro On May 25, 2020, amidst a pandemic that

A Roof Overhead • A Play of Faith

by Mahonri Stewart (Under license from Prospero Arts and Media) The Fielding family’s Mormon values conflict with their tenant’s Sam Forrest’s atheistic

March of the Salt Soldiers: the Utah War • History Comedy

byJames Arrington and Mahonri Stewart  (Under license from Prospero Arts and Media) Commissioned by the Utah War Sesquicentennial Committee, this play takes

Patriot Stranger • A Story of a Revolution

by Thomas F. Rogers and Donald K. Jarvis (based on Yurii Ustin’s “Labyrinths of Freedom: a Novel” as translated and edited by

Kimchi Kid • TYA Family Play about the power of Adoption

by Joanna H. Kraus When Hak Soo, a nine-year old Korean boy, arrives at a New York airport, he’s frightened by the

River.Swamp.Cave.Mountain. • TYA (Grades K-3)

    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

Papa Married A Mormon • The Play

by John D. Fitzgerald. Adapted for the stage by Rodger D. Sorensen. (For production by Professional Groups, College/University Groups, Community Groups, High

Huebener • The Classic LDS Play

by Thomas F. Rogers (For production by Professional Groups, College/University Groups, Community Groups, High Schools, LDS & Other Church Groups, Youth Theatres)

Chosen: Stories On Adoption — play

A warm, moving, and sometimes funny look at adoption from the minds and hearts of the adopted and those who adopt them.

An Allagash Haunting: The Story of Emile Camile — play with songs

The North Maine Woods are many things — haunted is one of them; as 10-year-old Olivia soon finds out.

Freedom Song — A Story of Hope — TYA

One of the most powerful and inclusive scripts on the Underground Railroad and the power of personal freedom we have ever come across

Way Out West: The Journey of Lewis and Clark and Other Tales — TYA

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!

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.

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.

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.

Equality of Rights • The First Women’s Rights Convention

The pivotal time in the Women’s Rights movement was it’s first convention in 1848. It set in motion all that would come after. This play presents the drama of the beginning of a dream.. that gratefully became a reality.

One Night With Fanny Brice — A One Woman Musical

Fanny Brice spent years on stage as a solo act. Her private life was sometimes also a solo act. Here she is, live onstage, in a dynamic, musical theatre, one-woman performance.

Different Equals Amazing – A play about bullying

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.

The Fanny Brice Story — A Musical

The musical story of the life of Fanny Brice, with a score filled with songs of the period, will enchant audiences–old and young alike.

Yankee Doodle Dandy — A Musical

Book by Chip Deffaa Music and Lyrics by George M. Cohan (and others) (For production by Professional Groups, College/University Groups, Community Groups,

Geeks and Gangsters — the Real Story of Superman’s Comic Book Beginnings

by Rob. Lauer (For production by Professional Groups, College/University Groups, Community Groups, High Schools, Middle Schools/Junior High Schools, Church Groups, Youth Theatres)