by Lyvia Martinez A Puerto Rican, Mormon teen moves to Utah hoping to no longer be the odd-Mormon out, only to find the
by Matthew Ivan Bennett An adaptation of the Brothers Grimm stories to their original, dark tellings. This version of Rapunzel isn’t your
by Matthew Ivan Bennett O. Henry’s classic Christmas story “The Gift of the Magi,” originally published in 1905, it is a straightforward
by Eric Samuelsen Three couples and their married life at BYU. They are neighbors in an apartment complex, and have been thrown
by Eric Samuelsen Three short plays about Mormon women confronting their own culture, each with a cast of three. In Bar and
by Eric Samuelsen Two people, in the masquerade of longing and loving, have pretended themselves out of a life of anything but
a comic play by Eric Samuelsen (Suitable for Professional, College/University and Community groups.) They are completely incompatible. He says something. She says
a play by Eric Samuelsen This play is about language––no not that kind (although there is some of that in it)––it is
by Eric Samuelsen INTERSECTION is a snapshot of today’s world, a quick glance at troubled friendships, broken families, and domestic violence. Nine
a play by Eric Samuelsen Seven young people find themselves desperately lost in an unexpected fog in the mountains. Taking refuge in
by Morag Shepherd Eight-year-old Flora has lived in six foster homes since the age of five. One day Flora meets Bee and
by Eric Samuelsen Each has been dating someone else, but due to a situation where they work, they are now inside Jason’s
by Eric Samuelsen Two BYU students go to Nevada to get civilly married for a weekend so they can see what sex
by Eric Samuelsen Two roommates, Carlene and Courtney, spend an evening watching questionable content, wondering about men, and eating pizza in their
by Eric Samuelsen Peculiarities is an exploration of LDS attitudes toward sexuality, in particular situations in which moral rigidity and sexuality collide
by Eric Samuelsen Grandfather Marty is getting older and the family needs to come together and care for him.George and Veeann are
Book & Lyrics by Heather Young Music and Arrangements by Lex de Azevedo Based on the novel by Jack Weyland © Deseret
A Missionary story you will never forget! by Mark Ogden A.J.’s Miracle is meant to show the human side of missionaries. The
by Mark Stoddard Mike has served a successful mission for the Church in England. He is home, now, and re-acquainting himself with
Book and Lyrics by Doug Stewart Music by Gaye Beeson Elders Kestler and Greene are back! Like Saturday’s Warrior, Star Child begins
Book and Lyrics by Doug Stewart Music by Steve Amundsen The Biblical story of Ruth has long held important and essential principles
A Romance by J. Scott Bronson (For production by Professional Groups, College/University Groups, Community Groups, LDS & Other Church Groups) A humorous
Book and Lyrics by Carol Lynn Pearson Music by J.A.C. Redford (For production by Professional Groups, College/University Groups, Community Groups, LDS Church
AVAILABLE AS: A Stagedoor Kind of Love or A French Woods Kind of Love Script, Music, Lyrics and Arrangements by Chip Deffaa
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 from the Charles Dickens story by R. Rex Stephenson & Jody D. Brown (For performance by any amateur, educational or professional
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.) As we grow older, even the
by Jerry Walker (Perfect for Senior Theatre groups and all others who perform for Senior audiences.) A long-married older couple looks back
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 longtime friends, in their senior
by Ron Kanecke In hurricane-swept Louisiana, an anxious but determined Ilene decides to face a lifetime of fears by refusing to evacuate
by Patricia Mew For production by Professionals, Amateurs, Colleges/Universities and High Schools. Two millennial couples meeting at a restaurant for an evening
The story of “A Christmas Carol” provides a loose framework and several characters for this exploration of parent-child relationships. Tired of the same old Christmas Carol? This may be exactly what you are looking for!
A play about teens: their struggles, their hopes, their dreams, their epic fails.
Five short plays inspired by the art of Norman Rockwell
A warm, moving, and sometimes funny look at adoption from the minds and hearts of the adopted and those who adopt them.
Yes, another musical about bullying, but this one focuses on the Bully and his perception of himself. And what’s more, the show is told in both Spanish and English!
If we are not involved in our own lives, leading to our own success, who will be? A reminder that is not just for young audiences, but adults as well!
American/Arab/Israeli relations pose many questions, but also find some solutions. A fine little drama about a family on the brink of crisis.
A father and a mother confront the suicide of their adult gay son, whose male partner visits the gravesite at the same time, where they enact a mock funeral. The discussion follows the tack of seeing and hearing someone when they are still alive.
The bullied and the bullies in an intense musical for young audiences filled with pathos, humor and a contemporary score.
Missing his father, taken from him by a tragic car accident, a boy of 12 struggles to come to terms with death and his own autism in the searing play.
What are we doing here on Earth? And where did we come from? This musical tells that story through a funny script and contemporary score.
Homelessness, Tolerance and Trust are laid bare in this theatrical fable of snakes and humans.
In this all woman play, five women waiting for their soldiers to return from WW2, play, laugh and weep together, bringing a strength and a bond that helps them endure what otherwise would be unendurable.
by Thomas F. Rogers (For production by Professional Groups, College/University Groups, Community Groups, High Schools) A family in the deep south —
Adapted and Translated by Thomas F. Rogers from the Chekhov original. (For production by Professional Groups, College/University Groups, Community Groups, High Schools)
by Thomas F. Rogers (For production by Professional Groups, College/University Groups, Community Groups) A one-time stock broker, the middle-aged Danny, boasts about