by Travis G. Baker, Zane Baker and Isaac Miller Isaac and Zane are ten years old but have been best friends since
by Harlan Baker A man makes up stories to avoid making a donation to a young woman with a passion to save
by Travis G. Baker The Store is the place where locals gather for a coffee, groceries, gossip and pumpkin-chocolate chip cookies. When
by Travis G. Baker This two-act comedy about a man, his tarp and the town that tries to take it away from
by James Arrington A hospital room is meant for those suffering medical distress. However, there are more needs that require attention than
by James Arrington This is a tribute to a very funny man. Bean is up to his old discombobulating antics in his
by Joseph Arrington and James Arrington Two escapees on a boat on the Nile; one with a handcuff on one hand, the
by James Arrington A comic sci/fi send-up of scientific or academic studies, sophisticated scholarly presentation, but mainly, the accent and explanations of
Book and Lyrics by June Rachelson-Ospa Music by Daniel Neiden (Based on a story by Jonathan Ospa) WELCOME TO TOURETTAVILLE is a
A comedy for the young by Rob Lauer Based upon the famous Oz books by L. Frank Baum In this comedy adventure, Dorothy returns
by James Arrington The peculiar but all-too-recognizable Farley family is having their annual holiday party. The audience is name-tagged on entrance making
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 This is a decidedly dark drawing room comedy that will surprise you as politicians, priests, and prostitutes are lambasted
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) A young man comes to grip with a break up with the
by Mahonri Stewart (Under license from Prospero Arts and Media) In this adaptation of Jane Austen’s classic novel, sisters Elinor and Marianne
by Mahonri Stewart (Under license from Prospero Arts and Media) Cyrano, From Nowhere is a meaningful, metaphysical comedy, the classic story of
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 by Diane Baker Drinkall Lyrics by Kendra Lowe Arrangements by Eda Ashby The
a ten-minute play by Eric Samuelsen The macabre humor, the mock-social-status-consciousness of the ‘very rich’ and those wanting to associate with them
Adapted from the Hans Christian Andersen tale by Genevieve Aichele The typical array of princesses––all royal, all wrong. But when Prince Emory
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
a comic play by Eric Samuelsen (Suitable for Professional, College/University and Community groups.) They are completely incompatible. He says something. She says
by Eric Samuelsen The greatest place for being bored is the DMV. The thing most often done at the DMV is waiting.
Adapted from the Collodi Classic by E Gray Simons III A wonderful telling of the tale that uses a company of 8
Crazier than Grimm by E Gray Simons III and Tara Franklin This lighthearted tale based on two Grimm’s Fairy Tales (Hansel and
From Rudyard Kipling’s Classic by E Gray Simons III So, just how do you suppose the leopard got his spots? Why is
From the Lewis Carroll Classic by E Gray Simons III MORE TO COME Part of the Series: Tales from the Fractured Side
From the Charles Perrault fairy tale by E Gray Simons III MORE TO COME Part of the Series: Tales from the Fractured
Adapted from Emanuel Schikaneder’s libretto from the Mozart Opera by E Gray Simons III MORE TO COME Part of the Series: Tales
From Hans Christian Andersen by E Gray Simons III Everyone in the Empire is getting ready for the big event. There will
by E. Gray Simons III PLAY BALL! blends history, poetry, and a fantastic sense of humor to create an exciting and hilarious
by Eric Samuelsen The play takes place inside a BYU-approved housing apartment in Provo, Utah where Kim and Trent are not sure
by James Arrington The wacky, weird, wonderful, witty, whimsical, one-man show written and performed by James Arrington. Described as “a must see,”
A CRAZY MIXED-UP COMEDY SENSATION!!! by Doug Stewart (For production by LDS Church Groups, Youth Theatres, Community Groups) A whacky, zany farce
There are TWO similar but different Home Cooking scripts by Jack Weyland available to you. But either can be easily adapted, if
The Play to End All Wars (Are All Wars This Weird?) by Harley Marshall KINDLE Version $6.99 ORDER FROM AMAZON HERE (Not available
by Jerry Walker KINDLE Version $7.00 ORDER FROM AMAZON HERE PRINT BOOK Perusal $13.95 • Order #3223ap Production Copies • 21 PRINT BOOKS
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by William Shakespeare Freely adapted and updated from the Shakespeare Classic by J.D. Newman (Perfect for Colleges/Universities, High Schools and Middle Schools)
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 Jerry Walker (Perfect for Senior Theatre groups and all others who perform for Senior audiences.) Two strangers, meeting over time, find
by Jerry Walker (Perfect for Senior Theatre groups and all others who perform for Senior audiences.) What do guys talk about? Well,
by Jerry Walker (Perfect for Senior Theatre groups and all others who perform for Senior audiences.) 8 plays ranging from comic to
by Jerry Walker (Perfect for Senior Theatre groups and all others who perform for Senior audiences.) Two crusty women, ‘friends’ since High
by Patricia Mew For production by Professionals, Amateurs, Colleges/Universities and High Schools. Two millennial couples meeting at a restaurant for an evening
For the “Downeaster” or “Come From Away” visitor there is humor and satire and lots of ice fishin’
by Brent Hutchins (Perfect for professional, educational, amateur groups.) CTH is a series of vignettes that take place in a fictional Maine
The horrors of war are just that, but in this play about the unluckiest boy who ever lived, you’ll find yourself laughing right after your heart has been torn apart.
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.’
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.
Shakespeare’s classic edited for time and archaic expressions.
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!
A clever experience with the classic ‘mellerdrama’ (melodrama) for children and teens.
Three may be a crowd in love, but it certainly allows you to meet interesting people!
Where did the Greek Gods go for sanctuary after their people no longer believed or trusted in them? How about the moon? A fantasy play based on Greek Myth and history.
A new adaptation of the classic Moliére farce!
Adapted from the Shakespeare play, and much shorter.
Homelessness, Tolerance and Trust are laid bare in this theatrical fable of snakes and humans.
Knights, Intrigue, Murder, Mystery, and the hand of a young maiden keep this wacky play going while the audience guesses whodunnit!
What’s on the screen can be terror-full, but nightmares and murder happen off-screen as well in this interactive murder mystery.
Who knew that out there, among the stars, there would be murder and a mystery to solve — and an audience just waiting for the chance to decipher the clues.
Murder may not be a very nice Christmas gift — but your audience will still love to figure our who did it!
A convention for … well not the dead, but those who care for the dead, and someone dies –– well, is murdered. Your audience will love to figure out which demented doctor did it!
Everybody loves trains and train rides. Writers and the murderers they write about, do, too.
Those ol’ Frat Boys are sure full of surprises, eh? Ever dreamed of recounting a number of murders at a Frat Reunion and finding yourself dead, too? Let your audience figure this one out!