Superpowers • TYA

A SUPER Play for Young Performers! by J. D. Newman Part of the Noorda Theatre Youth Plays Three groups meet for the first…

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Time Mirrors • TYA

by Drew Chappell Part of the Noorda Theatre Youth Plays The town of Shoreville is situated close to a dam that was built…

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The Hornswoggle Jig • TYA

by Wendy Gourley Part of the Noorda Theatre Youth Plays Ingredients: (a) pirates (b) commedia dell’arte (c) a fight sequence (d) one large…

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Slaying the Greeble • TYA

by Eric Samuelsen We hear it all the time. “I met him on the internet.” That simple statement that sends shockwaves through parents…

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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 Dangerous….

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Land of Oz — The Play

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 Theatre…

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The Little Mermaid’s Little Sister — TYA

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.

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The Sideshow — Concept CD

Schools for Gifted and Talented youth often feel like a sideshow; how would one of those same schools feel for someone who is gifted, but doesn’t think so?

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Caravan • a play

An enemy is someone whose story you do not know. This play brings Jews, Muslims, and Christians together in an almost sacred unity.

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Forest Secrets — TYA

Fairies, Nature and Environmental Awareness — what better way to talk to young people about these basic topics than onstage in a play?

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Galileo’s Pendulum — TYA

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.

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