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Comedy. By Michael Gravois. When Aesop's fables are given a holiday spin, you'll get a mash-up of The Twelve Days of Christmas and The Tortoise and the Hare … A dozen vignettes illuminate important life lessons by reinventing the classic fables, blending humor, rhythmic elements, rapping, puppetry, poetry, song and storytelling to create a fast-paced, fun-filled show that's filled with Christmas spirit.  More...

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Interactive musical. Book, music and lyrics by Patty Carver. Musical arrangements by John Bowen. Based on the story by Beatrix Potter. Presented in an interactive style including sing-alongs, audience participation and a strong educational message, this new take on Beatrix Potter's well-loved children's story comes to life in an original musical for prekindergarten through third grade. Flopsy, Mopsy, Cottontail and Peter are so excited because it's spring. The weather is beautiful, and the bunnies are free to explore the springtime meadows and countryside. They know they must obey Mama Bunny's number one rule:  More...

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Comedy/Drama. By Laurie Brooks. In a fantastical world (not entirely unlike our own) where "conformity is compulsory," Boy cannot conform. Others make a desperate attempt to fix him, but neither they nor he can change his nature. Labeled a monster by the experts, Boy is shunned until, heartbroken and alone, he disappears into a world of monsters.  More...

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Barrio Grrrl!

Musical. Book and lyrics by Quiara Alegría Hudes. Music by Bill Sherman. Spunky 9-year-old Ana is faced with a very big decision. On the one hand, as her alter-ego, Barrio Grrrl, with her invisible sidekick, Amazing Voice, she's pretty busy preserving justice in the barrio and protecting her neighborhood. On the other hand, in the world where Ana lives with her abuelo and misses her mom who is far, far away in Iraq, reality is sneaking up on her.  More...

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Comedy. By Kathleen Cahill. Told in the style of magical realism, Charm presents the story of an extraordinary woman: the brilliant, but forgotten, American writer and feminist, Margaret Fuller, who inspired Nathaniel Hawthorne's masterpiece The Scarlet Letter. Set in an imagined America of the 1840s, the play portrays Margaret's emotional journey from a plain, bookish young woman suffering unrequited love for her handsome cousin to the confidant of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Nathanial Hawthorne and Henry David Thoreau and the New York Tribune's first female war correspondent, writing dispatches from the front lines of the Italian revolution.  More...

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Musical. By Karen Zacarías with the young playwrights of Young Playwright's Theater. Music by Deborah Wicks La Puma. Field trips are fun, especially when your destination is 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue! In this charming and exciting musical, Dee, José and Annie accidentally knock George Washington out of his portrait and into real life—turning their White House tour into an unexpected adventure.  More...

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Comedy with music. By Barry Kornhauser. Adapted from A Child's Garden of Verses by Robert Louis Stevenson. Optional music by Scott DePoy. This is a multi-sensory, highly interactive Theatre for Very Young Audiences piece, its words and actions inspired by the classic book of poems by Robert Louis Stevenson. A few actors and a musician, puppetry and play, help audiences grow a garden and their imaginations as they frolic in the leaves, feed a bird, sing in the rain, dance with the wind, build a boat, and discover treasures, including the greatest of them all—friendship.  More...

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Musical. Book by Barry Kornhauser. Music and lyrics by Ron Barnett. There is no need to recount the story of Ebenezer Scrooge and his redemptive discovery of the true Christmas spirit. It is as familiar to us as Santa Claus himself. Written in 1843, and an immediate success, A Christmas Carol has in the years since become what one editor described as "the spirit of Christmas forever!"   More...

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Musical. Book by Erica Lipez. Music and lyrics by Matt Corriel. Dickens' beloved parable shines in this adaptation. With a beautiful new score, the characters come to life as never before, from a larger-than-life Ghost of Marley to a heartbreaking Tiny Tim.  More...

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The Christmas Doll (musical)
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Musical. Book, music and lyrics by Joan Cushing. Adapted from the book by Elvira Woodruff. Set in 1840's London, Lucy and Glory Wolcott live at Grimstone Union Public Workhouse at the mercy of the cruel Matron Wick and Mistress Branch. Lucy invents stories about a family she barely remembers and a long lost doll named Morning Glory to humor her sister. When a deadly fever sweeps through the workhouse, the two sisters escape to the mean streets of London, where they encounter many colorful characters.  More...

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The Christmas Doll (75-minute musical)

Musical. Book music and lyrics by Joan Cushing. Adapted from the book by Elvira Woodruff. Set in 1840's London, Lucy and Glory Wolcott live at Grimstone Union Public Workhouse at the mercy of the cruel Matron Wick and Mistress Branch. Lucy invents stories about a family she barely remembers and a long lost doll named Morning Glory to humor her sister. When a deadly fever sweeps through the workhouse, the two sisters escape to the mean streets of London, where they encounter many colorful characters.  More...

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Musical. By James R. Harris. Featuring songs of the period with arrangements by Mark Hayes. This musical tells the compelling and passionate true stories of real people who lived through the Civil War, often using the actual words they left behind in diaries, letters and other writings. Joe Harris was a cotton planter from Alabama with a conflicted conscience about the war. The discovery of the existence of his diary inspired the play.  More...

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Drama. By Erin Rachel Kaplan. Collateral Bodies explores the human rights violations that happen specifically to women, also known as "femicide." The experiences these women relate are experiences that are currently being lived by many in places all over our world: sex-trafficking, rape, female circumcision, bride burning, domestic violence and incarceration.  More...

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Drama. By Jeb Rosebrook. Adapted from his episode of the same title for "The Waltons" television series. This play is based on true events occurring in the 1930s when federally funded road construction for Virginia's Blue Ridge Parkway legally forced many families in those mountains from their homes. The Walton family and their eldest son, John Boy, are summoned by a Walton matriarch,  More...

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Comedy. By Rosemary Frisino Toohey. Think living in a fishbowl is tough? Try a fruit bowl. All the regulars are there: the self-centered star, the guy hiding a secret, the budding philosopher. Anxiety, alienation, alarm and bad attitude are all there.  More...

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Comedy. By Eddie Zipperer. Atlas, arguing monkeys, a real estate angel, Sherlock Holmes, and even a golfing God show up in this surreal collection of short comedies.  More...

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Drama. Adapted by Marilyn Campbell and Curt Columbus. From the novel by Fyodor Dostoyevsky. This new, award-winning adaptation of Dostoyevsky's literary masterpiece Crime and Punishment is told by three actors playing Raskolnikov (the murderer), Porfiry Petrovitch (the detective), S  More...

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Comedy. By Rosemary Frisino Toohey. How have the oldest life forms on the planet managed to survive all these years? Do they have a carefully plotted plan? Or is it just dumb luck? A trio of cockroaches is living a life of ease.  More...

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Drama. By Jeff Gottesfeld and Elizabeth Wong. Based on the award-winning young adult novel by Randa Abdel-Fattah. High school is tough enough without throwing a hijab into the mix! Amal is a typical American suburban teenager at a typical American high school. She has a crush on a boy, dreams about her first kiss, and loves shopping, Twitter and Facebook. Funny and irreverent, Amal has a comeback for everything and everyone. Then one day, Amal surprises herself, her parents, her friends and school administrators when she shows up at school wearing a hijab headscarf.  More...

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Drama. By Y York. Inspired by the life and art of Della Wells. Nine-year-old Tonia Bridge is growing up in a working-class, African-American home in Milwaukee in 1964. Young Tonia's artistic soul is at odds with her parents' fears and pragmatism. Her efforts to please and appease them are in conflict with her own needs and desires.  More...

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Musical. Book and lyrics by Karen Zacarías. Music by Deborah Wicks La Puma. As an adult, Albert Einstein changed our view of the universe. But as a boy, he struggled with the same issues any 12-year-old might—keeping up with violin lessons, impressing the girl next door and—oh yeah, comprehending the fundamental relationship of space and time to the speed of light, of course.  More...

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Musical. Book and lyrics by Karen Zacarías. Music by Deborah Wicks La Puma. As an adult, Albert Einstein changed our view of the universe. But as a boy, he struggled with the same issues any 12-year-old might—keeping up with violin lessons, impressing the girl next door and—oh yeah, comprehending the fundamental relationship of space and time to the speed of light, of course.  More...

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The Elopement of Megan O'Flaherty With the Ghost From Tinkers' Hollow
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Comedy/Drama. By Michael Johnson. The year is 1900. We're in a tiny, impoverished village in Connemara, Ireland, its remoteness continually punished by sleet, cold rains and howling gales. Megan O'Flagherty, a young, plain barmaid in a local pub is to be married in four days to the village braggart. But all changes in the most unforeseen way. Megan hears a voice whisper to her from the shadows in the pub.  More...

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Interactive musical. Book by Patty Carver. Music and lyrics by Patty Carver and Leo P. Carusone. This fun-filled musical holiday tale based on the well-loved classic retells the traditional story with a unique twist. Written with sing-alongs, dance-alongs and lots of audience participation, The Elves and the Shoemaker will delight children of all ages. Meet Mr. Twinkle, whose dream is to open a cobble shop. The problem is that he doesn't know how to make shoes!  More...

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Comedy. By Jennifer Kirkeby. You know the original story. A princess drops her golden ball into a well. A frog makes her a deal that he'll dive into the well and return her ball if she will promise to be his friend for always. The princess makes the promise. But when the frog gives her the ball back, the princess runs off without a second thought. In The Far-Fetched Fable of the Frog Prince, we discover why the frog (who's really a prince, by the way) got turned into a frog in the first place.  More...

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Drama. By Sarah Gubbins. It's Jo's junior year of high school in LaGrange, Illinois, which can only be described as "fml." She is busy fending off suburban boredom and navigating an ambiguous relationship with Emma, the new transfer student, when a new English teacher assigns Carson McCullers' famed novel The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter  More...

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Musical. Book and lyrics by Karen Zacarías. Music by Deborah Wicks La Puma. Alex may seem like a quiet, shy boy, but he secretly holds big ideas inside his head. He wants to be a luchador (wrestler) and defeat bad guys in the ring. His life changes when he meets brave and colorful Frida Kahlo, an unusual girl who dreams of being a doctor so she can help people.   More...

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Drama. By Tommy Lee Johnston. Mr. Jenks revisits his high-school alma mater as a substitute teacher for a class of highly gifted students. Discovering the passage of time hasn't erased his own painful experiences as a bully, he now faces a class of kids whose lives and experiences all too closely resemble those of the very students he taunted.  More...

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Drama. By Lois Lowry. Adapted from her book by the same title. This fanciful and poignant play explores the power of dreams and the magical creatures that create them. An eager new dream-giver known only as Littlest One struggles to heal the hearts of an abused young boy, his grieving caregiver and his estranged mother before the haunting memories each of them carry become more than they can bear.  More...

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Comedy. By Arlene Hutton. We drop in on the lives of sixth-graders in the thick of heartache, heartbreak and homework in this funny/sad story about disappointment, friendship and reality TV. Smart, socially hopeless Jacob wants nothing more than for his father to come home from an overseas deployment in time for his birthday party. His good-natured, troublemaking best friend, Chris, wants nothing more than to do explosive  More...

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Comedy. By Werner Trieschmann. Superstar cafeteria chef Rodney "Rotten" Disposle is ready to make life miserable for everybody in another season of "Hell's Cafeteria." Disposle, who's never happy unless somebody is unhappy and isn't really happy even then, hosts the competition to find the best high-school cafeteria manager in the country-by best, Disposle means the worst.  More...

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Comedy/Drama with songs. By Dan Ahearn and Janet Reed. Music and lyrics by Russ Kaplan and Sara Wordsworth. Take a group of high-school students waiting at the bus stop on a Monday morning after a crazy weekend and watch the hilarity and anxiety explode due to unreturned texts from a girlfriend, parental pressures, friendship tensions, fashion mistakes that have "loser" written all over them, athletic ambitions and academic terrors.  More...

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Adventure/Comedy. By Steven Dietz. Based on the book by Dan Gutman. Honus and Me is a theatrical and entertaining baseball-card adventure. Ten-year-old Joey Stoshack is the worst hitter on his Little League team. Then one day he finds the most valuable baseball card in the world:  the Honus Wagner T-26 printed in 1909. To his surprise, this card works like a time machine  More...

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Huckleberry in Love

Comedy/Drama. By Michael Johnson. Inspired by and borrowed from Mark Twain and William Shakespeare. A story to prove that love's cosmic lightning can cleave the most ornery of hearts, Huckleberry in Love tells of two crazily star-crossed lovers, Huck Finn (the river-rat son of a drowned deadbeat drunk) and Petunia Pringle (the befreckled bookworm daughter of an eminent St. Louis judge).  More...

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Musical. By Ralph Covert and G. Riley Mills. Based on the book by Eleanor Estes. Wanda Petronski, a second-grader, lives way up in a shabby house in Boggins Heights, and she doesn't have any friends. Every day she wears a faded blue dress, which wouldn't be too much of a problem if she didn't tell her classmates that she had a hundred dresses at home—all silk, all colors, velvet too.  More...

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Drama. By Colleen Neuman. Vanessa lives with her mother, who seems too busy to listen to her and calls Vanessa's beloved collection of stuff a "pile of junk." Vanessa uses her stuff—keys, string, wire, cardboard, broken flashlights, old radios—to create inventions and to make up stories. There is one more treasure she keeps in her room: her father. Vanessa's father died last year,  More...

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Adventure/Comedy. By Steven Dietz. Adapted from the book by Dan Gutman. Ten-year-old Joey Stoshack is a headstrong young boy with a special talent for time travel. When Joey is assigned to write a report on an African American who has made an important contribution to society, he uses his special ability to go back to Brooklyn, New York, in 1947. There he meets one of baseball's greatest players, Jackie Robinson.  More...

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A mini-melodrama with optional music. By Patty Carver. Clarence Sterling was once a famous child actor—but he isn't anymore. He's now a middle-aged man who has gone a bit mad and speaks primarily in Shakespearean quotes. He lives with his sisters, Beatrice and Martha, in their big, beautiful Victorian family homestead. Times are hard, the sisters are broke,  More...

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Musical. Book and lyrics by Karen Zacarías. Music by Deborah Wicks La Puma. In this rock musical, the year is 1972. The place is Pittsburgh, where legendary baseball player Roberto Clemente is at the top of his game. Sam Kowalski and the neighborhood baseball-playing kids are in an intense competition to win the chance to meet Clemente in person.  More...

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Drama. By Tammy Ryan. In the early '90s in Sudan after civil war destroyed their villages, an exodus of boys trekked 800 miles across Africa until making it to refugee camps in Kenya, where they lived on a bowl of grain a day for 10 years. In 2001, the U.S. resettled 3,600 of these "lost boys" in cities across America. Lost Boy Found in Whole Foods tells the story of Christine, a recently divorced "East Ender" from Pittsburgh, who meets Gabriel, a former "lost boy" working in the produce section of Whole Foods.  More...

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Thriller. By Stephen Gregg. It's only three days into freshman year of college, and Margo didn't come back to the dorm last night. But of the five friends who went off to college together, only Delta seems worried about it. Finally, Margo arrives, and she makes quite an entrance. She's been made over: stylish new glasses, new hairstyle and a whole new attitude. She looks fantastic! There's just one problem. Margo isn't Margo.  More...

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Compiled and edited by Kent R. Brown. Written by Sandra Fenichel Asher, Claudia Barnett, Jacob Burt, Max Bush, Bobbi A. Chukran, Linda Daugherty, James DeVita, Jack Dyville, Elise Forier Edie, Teesue H. Fields, Nancy Gall-Clayton, Andrew Geha, Bette Glenn, Wendy Gourley, Chris Graybill, Claudia Haas, Nancy Hanna, Maureen Brady Johnson, Shirley King, Kerri Kochanski, Carol S. Lashof, Robin Rice Lichtig, Eric R. Pfeffinger, Bruce Post, Joseph Robinette, R.N. Sandberg, Mike Thomas, Werner Trieschmann and Asher Wyndham. Original Middle School Scenes and Monologues contains more than 90 roles created especially for middle-school actors. Diverse in theme and style, these challenging and distinctive pieces will motivate young actors to create memorable characterizations. This anthology is equally useful as a resource for acting auditions and forensic competitions.  More...

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Musical. Book by Nancy Gilsenan Hersage and Molly Hersage. Music and lyrics by Nancy Gilsenan Hersage. Musical arrangement by William Liberatore. In the quiet and conservative little town of Decent, Oklahoma, a high-school senior boy named Chives starts rocking the pedestal by running for prom queen. Flamboyant and in-your-face, Chives is determined to bring Decent into the new millennium no matter how many people he upsets.  More...

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Comedy. By Chris Weikel. Penny Penniworth is a labyrinthine romp through 19th-century English literature as presented by a severely short-staffed theatre troupe with Royal Shakespeare Company pretensions that decides to produce a "lost" Dickens epic. The eponymous Penny, a down-on-her-luck Dickensian waif, deprived of her fortune and her country estate by the untimely death of her hapless father (her father's name is actually Hapless, as it happens),  More...

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Drama. By Kathleen Cahill. The 13th-century Persian poet, Rumi, invites us to ride with him on a Persian carpet of history. He introduces us to two American diplomats, Ann and Mike, stationed in Iran in 1979, just as the mullahs under Ayatollah Khomeini are coming to power and the Iranian Revolution is gaining strength.  More...

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Interactive musical. Book and lyrics by Patty Carver. Music by Patty Carver and Leo P. Carusone. Based on the story by Carlo Collodi. Meet the Blue Fairy as she leads us on a magical journey through this retelling of the classic story. One day, Gepetto, the poor, old toymaker, finds an extraordinary piece of talking wood. He brings it home and decides to make it into a puppet named Pinocchio. Disagreeable Pinocchio immediately gets into trouble and learns important lessons. When he bullies a little cricket,  More...

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Practical Technical Theater: Careers in Theatre

By Bob Fowler and Marti Fowler. Not just a series of talking heads, this program provides lots of video footage showing professionals working in their specialized areas.* First, a typical production staff is examined, starting with footage of performers and continuing to carpenters and deck crew, audio personnel, electrics, props carpenters and artisans, dressers, designers, scenic, FOH personnel, directors, choreographers, dance captains, business management personnel, TDs, dialect coaches, dramaturges, production managers, crafts personnel, stitchers, drapers, casting directors, etc.  More...

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Practical Technical Theater: Costuming for Theatre

By Bob Fowler and Marti Fowler. This program is written and hosted by EdTA Hall of Fame inductee Terry McGonigle. It is a two-week unit that will help your students discover: The Elements and Concepts of Costume Design: script and character analysis, research, the functions of costume design, the five basic elements of costume design, other components of costume design, costume charts and plots.  More...

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Fantasy/Drama/Comedy. By Sandra Fenichel Asher. Adapted from the novel by George MacDonald. Princess Irene is kept in near isolation in a secluded mountain house with her nursemaid, Lootie, as her main source of company. In spite of her loving father's occasional visits and concern for her well-being, Irene longs for connection—to her distant father; to the memory of her dead mother; to her forbidden commoner friend, Curdie  More...

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Drama. By Laurie Brooks. Based on the novel by S.E. Hinton. Is middle school really so different now than it was in the '70s? The search for belonging and recognition among peer groups remains at the heart of coming of age. The journey that S.E. Hinton's anti-hero, Rusty-James, takes in her iconic young adult novel is as relevant for young people today as it was when it was first published.  More...

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Drama. By Mat Smart. Samuel J. surprises his adopted brother, Samuel K., with a trip back to his birth country of Cameroon for college graduation, but Samuel K. has no desire to face a place and a past that abandoned him.  More...

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Mini-Melodrama. By Patty Carver. Mama and Papa Brickle are the proud proprietors of Scoops, a little family-run ice cream shop. Scoops has been in the Brickle family business for generations, but Mr. I.C. Freeze, the landlord, wants  More...

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Comedy/Drama. By Pamela Parker. It was a simpler time in the late 1940s, especially in South Georgia and specifically in a sleepy little town called Second Samuel. What had been called the Great Depression was quickly fading into memory. The war had been won, the election was now over, and "Give 'em Hell Harry" was still president.  More...

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Drama. By Suzanne Lebeau. Elikia is a child, among so many others, who has seen her life overturned from one day to the next in a chaotic, lawless civil war. The girl, kidnapped from her family, becomes a child soldier. She is a victim, but she is also an executioner in an untenable situation that blurs the most elementary laws of ethics.  More...

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Drama. By Chris Mathews, Jake Minton and Nathan Allen. Ten years ago Emily Book, the lone survivor of a horrible school bus accident, was sent away from the tiny town of Spring Farm. Now, in her senior year, Emily must return in order to graduate from high school. When she arrives, shy and guarded, Emily is unwillingly thrust into the whirlwind of Spring Farm High.  More...

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Comedy. By Stacey Lane. You know the old woman who lived in a shoe and had so many children she didn't know what to do. But did you know that her children are Jack, Jill, Little Red Riding Hood, Goldilocks, Hansel, Gretel and that lamb-loving Mary? Joining this energetic romp through the enchanted forest are Little Miss Muffet, the Big Bad Wolf, the Gingerbread Man, Puss in Boots, and more of your fairy tale favorites.  More...

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Comedy/Drama. By Jennifer Kirkeby. Characters laugh, cry, fume, love, hate, plead and question life and death, good and bad in this collection of plays woven with humor and heart.  More...

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Comedy. By Stephen Gregg. This Is a Text is This Is a Test's rowdier little sister: a play about the impossibility of taking a test, updated for the age of distraction. Today's the dreaded final, but Sophia is ready. She's prepped and then prepped some more because this test is going to change her life! There's just one little problem:  More...

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An evening of thrillers. By Stephen Gregg. Three Nightmares is one evening of theatre comprised of three different thrillers, each scarier than the last: Wake-Up Call, The New Margo and One Lane Bridge.  More...

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Adventure. By Max Bush. Adapted from the novel by Robert Louis Stevenson. Sixteen-year-old Jim Hawkins' adventure begins when Billy Bones, the old sea-dog captain, appears one morning in the Admiral Benbow Inn. Billy Bones admits to Jim he was Flint the pirate's first mate and that he holds Flint's map that shows where his treasure is hidden. Bill's got the shakes because the rest of Flint's crew is coming for him. Jim takes the map, eludes the pirates, and sets his course for adventure.  More...

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Musical. Book and lyrics by Jennifer Kirkeby. Music by Shirley Mier. Based on the poem by Clement C. Moore. It's four days before Christmas, and the New York Evening Post needs a holiday feature story. President James Monroe is counting on reading it to his family on Christmas Day. But writer Clement Moore has writer's block. Besides that, he must work at home amongst his five children who are, needless to say, very anxious for St. Nicholas to arrive. Clement's frustration mounts—then the magic begins.  More...

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Interactive musical. Book, music and lyrics by Patty Carver and Leo P. Carusone. Based on the book by Margery Williams. It's the classic story of unconditional friendship and love. Closely following Margery Williams' beloved story, this musical includes pop/contemporary musical numbers, sing-alongs and lots of audience participation. The Velveteen Rabbit was the boy's favorite birthday present. But aunts and uncles came to call, there was a party and birthday cake and, soon, the Velveteen Rabbit was forgotten.  More...

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Bilingual Drama/Comedy. By Andrea Moon. Conceived by Andrea Moon and Samantha Provenzano. When Beatriz slams into her room to escape yet another fight between her parents she turns to Beatrizita, a doll made for her by her recently deceased abuela, for comfort. Beatrizita magically comes to life and sends Beatriz searching for her abuela in Dreamland with nothing but a blank map to guide her.  More...

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Comedy. By Stephen Gregg. Seventeen-year-old Jim is having a really bad day. After getting up the nerve to tell his girlfriend, Rochelle, that he loves her, she asks him to help her poison her father. Is she joking? Just when  More...

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Comedy. By Darrah Cloud. Thirteen-year-old Greg Samsa wakes up one morning to discover that he has turned into a giant cockroach. His mother, in a panic, dials 911, thus beginning his adventures as they search for a cure for his "disease." What will he tell his friends? How can he face his schoolmates? Can he still perform the lead in his school play? Will his mom ever hug him again?  More...

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