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 Daniel Neiden (Based on a story by Jonathan Ospa) WELCOME TO TOURETTAVILLE is a
by Kīra Shaffer and Cory Larsen This collection of short plays about the supernatural and macabre is perfect for the popular Halloween
Book and Lyrics by ELIZABETH HANSEN Music and Lyrics by C. MICHAEL PERRY “…brought history to life” “…recreated vivid characters” “…enriched my
Book and Lyrics by George King and Gayanne Ramsden King Music and Lyrics by C. Michael Perry A dramatic and sometimes comic musical
by Myrth Burr This Nativity takes us on the journey from the prophets who foretold of the Coming of the Christ Child
by James Arrington This play is largely a first-hand gathered account of the experiences and life observations of the works, trials, and
Book and Lyrics by Joanna H. Kraus (based on her play, The Last Baron of Arizona) Music and Lyrics by C. Michael
by Carolyn Chatwin Murset (For production by College/University Groups, Community Groups, High Schools, LDS & Other Church Groups, Youth Theatres) The story
by Joanna H. Kraus The largest land swindle in the history of the United States! It was perpetrated by dreamer and con-man,
a collection of raw thoughts in the aftermath of senseless tragedy by Stacey Tirro On May 25, 2020, amidst a pandemic that
by James Goldberg Inspired by the true incident related by Carlfred Broderick in his book, “The Uses of Adversity.” What can you
by Tim Slover (For production by Professional Groups, Community Groups, and College & University Groups) In an eclectic mix of the ancient
by Steven Kapp Perry In a musical tour-de-force, POLLY will relate the life of Polly Mathilda Merrill Colton from her teenage years
by Eric Samuelsen This story is based on true characters and events about the Victorian social reformer, Josephine Butler, in her crusade
A Simple Man, the Savior of Man by Mahonri Stewart (Under license from Prospero Arts and Media) In this unique and beautiful
by Mahonri Stewart (Under license from Prospero Arts and Media) C.S. “Jack” Lewis became an internationally renowned author, famed creator of Narnia,
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
byJames Arrington and Mahonri Stewart (Under license from Prospero Arts and Media) Commissioned by the Utah War Sesquicentennial Committee, this play takes
by Mahonri Stewart (Under license from Prospero Arts and Media) Joseph Smith, the founder and prophet of Mormonism, is in his last
by Mahonri Stewart (Under license from Prospero Arts and Media) William Shakespeare has come home—but is he welcome back? Having traveled between
by Mahonri Stewart (Under license from Prospero Arts and Media) Never in a thousand years would Jimmy Stewart have considered being an
by J.D. Newman (Perfect for Professional, College/University, Community, High School, Middle School, and other Youth Theatre Groups) A one-man play that tells
by Eric Samuelsen At the 1893 Columbian Exposition in Chicago, many things were created, re-created and introduced to a willing public hungry
by Eric Samuelsen It is 1077. The Holy Roman Emperor, The Pope, the Abbot of Cluny, and the Marchioness of Tuscany. A
by Eric Samuelsen What Is Truth? Is it defined by power? If so, it may not be truth at all! From 1996-1998,
Based on “Little Men” the sequel to Louisa May Alcott’s “Little Women” Book, Music and Lyrics by C. Michael Perry Jo and
by Eric Samuelsen It takes courage to pretend to be someone you are not in order to be who you are. The
by Eric Samuelsen Eric (the playwright) had been reading a book called MOBY DUCK, about bath toys that washed off a cargo
by Thomas F. Rogers and Donald K. Jarvis (based on Yurii Ustin’s “Labyrinths of Freedom: a Novel” as translated and edited by
a play in three acts by Eric Samuelsen and Charles Metten These are not the letters that Joseph wrote to Emma, or
by Eric Samuelsen In the summer of 1942, economists Friedrich Hayek and John Maynard Keynes spent a night on the roof of
by Joanna H. Kraus When Hak Soo, a nine-year old Korean boy, arrives at a New York airport, he’s frightened by the
by Joanna H. Kraus (with Hobart Brown) Dawn, wanna-be journalist, is tired of being an Indy 500 driver’s trophy girlfriend. Instead, she’ll
by E. Gray Simons III PLAY BALL! blends history, poetry, and a fantastic sense of humor to create an exciting and hilarious
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
by Myrth Elizabeth Burr Ask yourself, “Do I have the courage of a Queen to stand firm for what I believe, EVEN
by Myrth Elizabeth Burr A Story of love filled with heartache, strife and drama. Many believe that Ruth gleaning in the
by John D. Fitzgerald. Adapted for the stage by Rodger D. Sorensen. (For production by Professional Groups, College/University Groups, Community Groups, High
by Thomas F. Rogers (For production by Professional Groups, College/University Groups, Community Groups, High Schools, LDS & Other Church Groups, Youth Theatres)
The search for the English folk song in American folk music. by R. Rex Stephenson Great for groups, amateur, professional or educational,
The retelling of a true tale about the first naval battle of the American Revolution.
A warm, moving, and sometimes funny look at adoption from the minds and hearts of the adopted and those who adopt them.
A Tour-de-Force for a solo actress portraying Margaret Chase Smith, first female Senator from Maine
The North Maine Woods are many things — haunted is one of them; as 10-year-old Olivia soon finds out.
A re-telling of the true story of a lifeboat crew on the north coast of Devon and what it costs to be a lifeboatman.
One of the most powerful and inclusive scripts on the Underground Railroad and the power of personal freedom we have ever come across
Shakespeare’s classic edited for time and archaic expressions, plus a setting of the U.S. Civil War.
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!
Women’s Suffrage is keenly and insightfully explored for young audiences.
The religious journey of John Wesley, father of the Methodists.
Buffalo Bill Cody, Wild Bill Hickok, and Texas Jack are drawn to Chicago by a shrewd promoter to perform in a show about Buffalo Bill Cody, Wild Bill Hickok, and Texas Jack! And it based on an historical incident — a true story!
Up to 16 women search for the Feminine Face of God — The Divine Feminine.
The bullied and the bullies in an intense musical for young audiences filled with pathos, humor and a contemporary score.
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.
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.
A play about Benjamin Franklin, as you’ve never seen him before!
Ambition. Greed. Lust. Recklessness. Righteousness. Honor. Betrayal. Potential. Before there was Broadway’s “Hamilton”, there was Tim Slover’s “Treasure”.
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.
Told traditionally this musical is NOT; but rich culture and tradition imbues every Kletzmer Song and Showtune in a fun and funny musical play.
What’s Abraham got that we haven’t got? Lot’s Wife, for one! This musical will propel you through the Biblical story with wit and a LOT of good music.
A Broadway-style musical treatment of the Biblical story of Esther, Queen of Persia, and all the intrigue of the court.
A man and a piano player. That’s all the cast you need for this musical. The man? Irving Berlin, of course. Who else do you need?
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.
The more true the story, the more strange and inviting the play version can be
The musical story of America’s Greatest Musical Theatre Composer, given the Broadway-style musical treatment using his own music!
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.
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.
A large cast musical about Eddie Foy with his 7 vaudevillian youngsters and their life on the stage.
Eddie Foy and the seven ‘Little” Foys were a Vaudeville sensation. This is a small-cast Broadway-style musical telling their story.
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.
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.
A play of political intrigue that is even more timely today than when it was written, because playwright Thomas F. Rogers is a man of vision.
Book by Chip Deffaa Music and Lyrics by George M. Cohan (and others) (For production by Professional Groups, College/University Groups, Community Groups,
by Rob. Lauer (For production by Professional Groups, College/University Groups, Community Groups, High Schools, Middle Schools/Junior High Schools, Church Groups, Youth Theatres)