Book and Lyrics by June Rachelson-Ospa Music by Phil Goodbody Okay, so this is NOT your usual fairytale of a Princess kissing
by JUNE RACHELSON-OSPA and DANIEL NEIDEN Based on the short story “STUPID WIG” by SHIRLEY SPURGEON What happens when STAR WARS helps
by Kīra Shaffer and Cory Larsen A couple’s private Halloween at home is disrupted by a surprise visitor. The festival of Samhain, or
by Kīra Shaffer and Cory Larsen This collection of short plays about the supernatural and macabre is perfect for the popular Halloween
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 and Lyrics by George King and Gayanne Ramsden King Music and Lyrics by C. Michael Perry A dramatic and sometimes comic musical
by Carolyn Chatwin Murset (For production by College/University Groups, Community Groups, High Schools, LDS & Other Church Groups, Youth Theatres) The story
a collection of raw thoughts in the aftermath of senseless tragedy by Stacey Tirro On May 25, 2020, amidst a pandemic that
Welcome to the Magic! Book by SUSAN KIM Music by MATTHEW MARTIN WARD Lyrics by STEPHEN COLE Trying to fit into a
by Steven Kapp Perry In a musical tour-de-force, POLLY will relate the life of Polly Mathilda Merrill Colton from her teenage years
by Eric Samuelsen This story is based on true characters and events about the Victorian social reformer, Josephine Butler, in her crusade
by Mahonri Stewart (Under license from Prospero Arts and Media) A.I., TOO presents a married couple of the near future, recently having
Book and Lyrics by Mahonri Stewart Music by Austin Lopez (Under license from Prospero Arts and Media) The humor and the pathos
by Mahonri Stewart (Under license from Prospero Arts and Media) A group of children in San Diego sneak into an abandoned house
Script and Lyrics by Eric Samuelsen Music and Lyrics by C. Michael Perry LDS Wards, Branches, and Stakes, LDS Community, Educational, &
by Matthew Ivan Bennett Staged Radio Drama, Radio Broadcast, Fully-Staged Production, or Virtual Theatre, CIRCLE is a very flexible piece. Nothing quite
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
a play by Eric Samuelsen About the social order of a playground, along with the attendant bullying, BUMPS presents a microcosmic view
by Eric Samuelsen What Is Truth? Is it defined by power? If so, it may not be truth at all! From 1996-1998,
by Eric Samuelsen A meat-packing magnate, his daughter, and his second wife play the games and vie for the immense fortune at
Adapted from the Hans Christian Andersen tale by Genevieve Aichele The typical array of princesses––all royal, all wrong. But when Prince Emory
A Turkish Fairy Tale adapted by Genevieve Aichele Fear. We all know about it, have even experienced it in our lives. But
Adapted from the Greek Myth by Genevieve Aichele Kidnapping. Heartbreak. Evil exacting a price. Sounds like the 5 o’clock news? Well, no
by Eric Samuelsen There was a robbery in a restaurant meat locker. Marie thinks she knows who did it — a guy
A Czechoslovakian tale adapted by Genevieve Aichele Riddles. Cleverness. This simple, charming story will delight children and adults alike as The Burgomaster
Adapted from Hawaiian Myth and Lore by Genevieve Aichele Hawaii’s rich mythology and lore provide the story for this script dealing with
by Eric Samuelsen We hear it all the time. “I met him on the internet.” That simple statement that sends shockwaves through
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
by Eric Samuelsen The greatest place for being bored is the DMV. The thing most often done at the DMV is waiting.
a 10-minute play by Eric Samuelsen Picture a post-apocalyptic scenario, with an Adam and Eve, now ejected from a Garden, ruefully remembering
by Eric Samuelsen A PERFECT PLAY FOR INTERNET, ZOOM, OR STREAMED THEATRE PERFORMANCE As one of the captives of the Trojan War,
by Eric Samuelsen INTERSECTION is a snapshot of today’s world, a quick glance at troubled friendships, broken families, and domestic violence. Nine
by J. D Newman Episode 2 of the Sandy Hunter Saga Sandy Hunter’s entrance essay has earned her admission to Memorial Catholic
a play by Eric Samuelsen Seven young people find themselves desperately lost in an unexpected fog in the mountains. Taking refuge in
by Joanna H. Kraus Two girls, raised in opposite parts of the country, accidentally meet in an upscale California mall. Madison and
by Joanna H. Kraus When a flower girl gets stage fright and can’t start the wedding procession, she’s convinced no one will
by Sheila Rinear THE PERFECT TWO CHARACTER ZOOM PLAY WITH TWO PERFORMERS WHOSE CHARACTERS NEVER MEET IN PERSON! Meeting your Birth Mother?
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 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
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 The play takes place inside a BYU-approved housing apartment in Provo, Utah where Kim and Trent are not sure
by Eric Samuelsen Peculiarities is an exploration of LDS attitudes toward sexuality, in particular situations in which moral rigidity and sexuality collide
by Myrth Elizabeth Burr Ask yourself, “Do I have the courage of a Queen to stand firm for what I believe, EVEN
by Myrth Elizabeth Burr A Story of love filled with heartache, strife and drama. Many believe that Ruth gleaning in the
Mother of a Prophet – Her Trek West Written by Myrth Elizabeth Burr Inspired by the Doug Fryer painting of Mary looking
by James Arrington The wacky, weird, wonderful, witty, whimsical, one-man show written and performed by James Arrington. Described as “a must see,”
by Elizabeth Hansen (For production by Professional Groups, College/University Groups, Community Groups, LDS Church Groups) Eliza R. Snow is one of the
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
by R. Rex Stephenson (For Community, College/University, High School and Junior High School, Youth Groups, Community and Church groups.) Undoubtedly Dickens’ most
by Jerry Walker (Perfect for Senior Theatre groups and all others who perform for Senior audiences.) 8 plays ranging from comic to
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!
About become who YOU want to be and not giving in to labels
A play about teens: their struggles, their hopes, their dreams, their epic fails.
Five short plays inspired by the art of Norman Rockwell
A Tour-de-Force for a solo actress portraying Margaret Chase Smith, first female Senator from Maine
Imaginative Story Theatre about the Greek myth of Athena
One of America’s most powerful stories created for only FOUR performers.
The struggle over voting rights for women in the second State ever to adopt that amendment: Utah.
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.
1940s, World War 2, Big Band, Radio station on the brink of collapse musical! With a Christmas Theme to boot!
A musical in the “Frozen” vein, about a young woman searching for her roots, which she finds in a kingdom of perpetual winter –– and what she does about it!
Women’s Suffrage is keenly and insightfully explored for young audiences.
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.
Up to 16 women search for the Feminine Face of God — The Divine Feminine.
An original fantasy for teen and adult audiences.
A royal family must reconcile before the kingdom is bequeathed to the three daughters of the King in this play about love and loyalty — and life.
The tale of Galatea and Pygmalion, based on the original work by Ovid, is at the center of this play about humanity and selfless love.
Loosely based on the Biblical story of Jacob, Leah and Rachel, this play of adolescent angst is universal in it’s theme to any time period –– but especially today.