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

The Whimsical World of Oz • A Comedy for Young Audiences (TYA)

A comedy for the young by Rob Lauer Based upon the famous Oz books by L. Frank Baum In this comedy adventure, Dorothy returns

The Farley Family Xmas — A Spoof

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

Sleepy Hollow • Episode 13 of the RADIO HOUR Series

by Matthew Ivan Bennett Staged Radio Drama, Radio Broadcast, Fully-Staged Production, or Virtual Theatre, SLEEPY HOLLOW is a very flexible piece. Lose

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

The Odyssey • Full-length Play

by Eric Samuelsen (For production by Professional Groups, Colleges and Universities, Community Groups, and adventurous High Schools.) A faithful, action oriented adaptation

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

Circle • Episode 12 of the RADIO HOUR Series

by Matthew Ivan Bennett Staged Radio Drama, Radio Broadcast, Fully-Staged Production, or Virtual Theatre, CIRCLE is a very flexible piece. Nothing quite

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

Intersection • a play about power for teens

by Eric Samuelsen INTERSECTION is a snapshot of today’s world, a quick glance at troubled friendships, broken families, and domestic violence. Nine

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

Monkey • A Chinese Tale • Tales from the Fractured Side

Based on the Chinese Folktale “Journey to the West” by E Gray Simons III written in collaboration with Blue Hill Performance Ensemble

Flora Meets A Bee • a play for grades K-3

by Morag Shepherd Eight-year-old Flora has lived in six foster homes since the age of five. One day Flora meets Bee and

Accommodations – A Play in Three Acts

by Eric Samuelsen Grandfather Marty is getting older and the family needs to come together and care for him.George and Veeann are

American Dreams: Immigration Stories – A Monologue Play

by Linda Britt (Ideal for Professional, Amateur and Educational theatrical productions groups.) Also perfect for Online Events as great Online theatre. A

The Farley Family Reunion • A Comic Play

by James Arrington The wacky, weird, wonderful, witty, whimsical, one-man show written and performed by James Arrington. Described as “a must see,”

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