Closer To Home — A play

by Brent Hutchins (Perfect for professional, educational, amateur groups.) CTH is a series of vignettes that take place in a fictional Maine town…

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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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Counter Intelligence — One-Act

No other person in the world is really very different from ourselves. It is amazing the things you can learn in a diner, and the possibilities that wisdom opens up!

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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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Facing East • The Play

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.

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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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Puzzles — a play

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.

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Awakening Galatea — play

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.

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Liberation — A Short Play

Personal freedom, identity, and duty are the focus of this play set in a small French village near the end of World War 2 as four young women confront a captured German soldier.

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Gathering Grimm — a play

For young or adult audiences this play uncovers some ‘facts’ about the Brothers Grimm: that most of their stories came from or through their sisters and female friends.

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