Adapted from Mark Twain by Charles W. Whitman and C. Michael Perry A stirring adaptation of Twain’s somber and disturbing ode to
by Eric Samuelsen (Professional, Amateur and Educational groups) It’s what every American wants — to do some good to keep the ship
by Matthew Ivan Bennett Staged Radio Drama, Radio Broadcast, Fully-Staged Production, or Virtual Theatre. What if the Pledge of Allegiance ended with
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 takes courage to pretend to be someone you are not in order to be who you are. The
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 Myrth Elizabeth Burr Ask yourself, “Do I have the courage of a Queen to stand firm for what I believe, EVEN
The authors represented are: Charlee Cardon Wilson, Sam Christensen, Sharon Elwell, James G. Lambert, & C. Michael Perry (For production by LDS
by Tim Slover (For production by Professional Groups, Community Groups, and College & University Groups) In 1844 the Mormon prophet Joseph Smith
A Life In The Labor Movement by Harlan Baker (For professional, amateur or educational theatre production) Jimmy Higgins: Line By Byline is
The retelling of a true tale about the first naval battle of the American Revolution.
A uniquely structured musical about the battle against monarchial over-rule led by the most famous of all bandits.
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.
American/Arab/Israeli relations pose many questions, but also find some solutions. A fine little drama about a family on the brink of crisis.
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.
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.
A play about Benjamin Franklin, as you’ve never seen him before!
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
by Thomas F Rogers (For production by Professional Groups, College/University Groups, Community Groups, Church Groups) This play commemorates all who were ever
by Albert O. Mitchell (TYA) For production by College/University Groups, Community Groups, High Schools, Middle Schools/Junior High Schools, Elementary Schools, Church Groups,