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 War Prayer — A Short Play

Adapted from Mark Twain by Charles W. Whitman and C. Michael Perry A stirring adaptation of Twain’s somber and disturbing ode to

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

The Premature Burial • Radio Poe RADIO HOUR 1 • Part 2

by Cheryl Ann Cluff Three actors and a sound effects artist perform an adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s story “The Premature Burial”.

Rapunzel • Part 1 of GRIMM – RADIO HOUR Episode 7

by Matthew Ivan Bennett An adaptation of the Brothers Grimm stories to their original, dark tellings. This version of Rapunzel isn’t your

Little Snow-White • Part 3 of GRIMM – RADIO HOUR Episode 7

by Matthew Ivan Bennett Staged Radio Drama, Radio Broadcast, Fully-Staged Production, or Virtual Theatre. An adaptation of three beloved Grimm Brother stories

The Gift of the Magi • Part 1 of Yuletide, of the RADIO HOUR Series

by Matthew Ivan Bennett O. Henry’s classic Christmas story “The Gift of the Magi,” originally published in 1905, it is a straightforward

The Little Match Girl • Part 2 of Yuletide, of the RADIO HOUR Series

by Matthew Ivan Bennett “The LITTLE MATCH GIRL” based on Hans Christian Andersen’s story A short lyrical adaptation of the tragic and

Frankenstein • Episode 3 of the RADIO HOUR Series

by Matthew Ivan Bennett  Mary Shelley’s horror classic Frankenstein – adapted for radio. Shelley’s 1818 novel was originally subtitled ‘The Modern Prometheus,’

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

Bumps • a play for Young Audiences • TYA

a play by Eric Samuelsen About the social order of a playground, along with the attendant bullying, BUMPS presents a microcosmic view

The Elephant and the Ant • TYA • World Tales

A Traditional Tale from India adapted by Genevieve Aichele Wisdom from the smallest of all helps the jungle animals to maintain order

Clever Manka • TYA • World Tales

A Czechoslovakian tale adapted by Genevieve Aichele Riddles. Cleverness. This simple, charming story will delight children and adults alike as The Burgomaster

The Adventures of Hiiaka • TYA • World Tales

Adapted from Hawaiian Myth and Lore by Genevieve Aichele Hawaii’s rich mythology and lore provide the story for this script dealing with

Five • A Ten-minute Play

by Eric Samuelsen In the world of Donkey Kong we find 5 Princess Zeldas: the Proud, the-full-of-pain, the girlfriend-not-a-princess, the Actor-princess, the

Spoiled Cheese • a Ten-minute play

a 10-minute play by Eric Samuelsen Picture a post-apocalyptic scenario, with an Adam and Eve, now ejected from a Garden, ruefully remembering

The Dragon Hammer and The Tale of Oniroku • Two TYA Plays from Korean and Japanese Legend

Two Short Plays for Young People [and others] To Perform (TYA) by Joanna H. Kraus The  Dragon Hammer comes from an old

Tamales and Roses • short TYA

by Joanna H. Kraus When a flower girl gets stage fright and can’t start the wedding procession, she’s convinced no one will

Do I Look Like Anyone? • a short ZOOM play

by Sheila Rinear THE PERFECT TWO CHARACTER ZOOM PLAY WITH TWO PERFORMERS WHOSE CHARACTERS NEVER MEET IN PERSON! Meeting your Birth Mother?

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

River.Swamp.Cave.Mountain. • TYA (Grades K-3)

    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