Your browser does not support JavaScript, Please enable it.
  Top » Catalog » New Titles
Keyword Search   
     Log In |  Cart Contents
Home
Show Finder
Titles A-Z
Authors A-Z
Search by Cast Size
Search by Performance Group
Search by Theme
Search by Genre
Multiple Criteria Search
New and Featured Titles
Recent Acquisitions
New to our 2013/2014 Catalog
New to our 2012/2013 Catalog
Featured Plays
Planning Your Production
Important Things to Know
Licensing Information
Producing a Musical
Cuttings
Complete a Royalty Application
Meet Our Authors
Author Bios
Authors A-Z
Articles and Interviews
For Our Customers
Free Sound Effects
Free Posters A-Z
Script Excerpts
Music Clips
About Us
Contact Us
Order a Free Catalog
Affiliates and Other Links
FAQs
Submissions

 

Recent Acquisitions

Aesop's Fable-ous Barnyard Bash

Comedy with music. Book and lyrics by Michael Gravois. Music by Zachary Badreddine. The Barnyard Bash is always a big hit on Aesop's farm. Too bad it only happens once a year! With a monthly countdown, the farmers and animals tell tales about life on a farm, giving familiar fables a barnyard twist. During The Dog Days of Summer (August's fable), the animals cheer each other up—in the style of "Laugh-In"—proving that "laughter is the best medicine;"  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $35.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
Antigone (Roberts)

Drama. Adapted by Bonnie Roberts. Based on the play by Sophocles. A civil war has ended. Will there be peace or new rebellion? The question is asked by the Chorus. What if your family, your friends, everyone you cared about begged you to change your mind, begged you to be silent—be safe? What if your life was in danger because of a decision you made, an action you decided to take? Would you be willing to die for taking that action?  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $20.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
Excerpt  

Drama. By Tommy Lee Johnston. Aura is the story of a pure soul, an eccentric man named Mike who can see color auras surrounding others, revealing their vitality—or imminent demise. It is a probing exploration of how Mike copes with knowledge that one should not even possess, let alone share. How does a thoughtful person live from day to day with a gift/curse of soul-wracking sensitivity and mind-numbing thoughtfulness such as this?  More...

Availability:
Available Now!
 $8.95  Add to Cart
Beware the Licorice Vines

Drama/Comedy. By Eddie Zipperer. Hudson Manning once loved to paint. Now, he draws a comic book, paints motel art and argues with his wife, Laura—who died two years ago! He has become a recluse, hiding from the outside world and sinking into the darkness of his self-pity. But he begins to emerge from his darkness when Katie Evans,  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $35.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
Excerpt  

Comedy. By Jorge Ignacio Cortiñas. A man who runs a theme park in Miami dedicated to tropical birds takes us on a tour of his final year in high school. He explains how he came to inherit the park from his father and lose his best friend in the process. The narrator feels caged and out of place, much like the imported birds he cares for.  More...

Availability:
Available Now!
 $8.95  Add to Cart
The Blue House

Drama. By José Cruz González. The Blue House is the story of 13-year-old Maricela, who lives in a vibrant Chicago neighborhood with a rich and sad history. Haunting dreams of strangers from another time lead Maricela to an abandoned lot where the mysterious Blue House once stood  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $35.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
The Boy Who Loved Monsters and the Girl Who Loved Peas

Comedy. By Jonathan Graham. Left alone at the dinner table to finish the remains of his meal (a single, enormous pea), 8-year-old Evan wishes he had a real live monster to eat his peas and play with him. When a real live monster actually arrives, life is turned upside down for Evan and his family in this hilarious and heartfelt comedy. The monster, named Pea,  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $35.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
The Brave Little Tailor (Guehring)

Comedy. Adapted by Brian Guehring from the faIry tale by the Brothers Grimm. A mischievous silly jester (who speaks in verse) introduces the audience to a young tailor who has been discounted his entire life because he is small. This meek tailor in the village is bullied by his boss, smothered by his mother and harassed by customers. The young tailor, however, dreams of fighting dragons, and during one vivid fantasy he manages to kill seven flies in one blow. Rumors spread  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $35.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
The Bully

Musical. Book by David L. Williams. Music and lyrics by John Gregor. Lenny is the smartest kid at Wilson Middle School and is constantly picked on by Steve, the school bully, in gym class, on the bus, at lunch … well, you get the idea! One day a bus mix-up leaves the two boys stranded at the wrong school, where they both get picked on for being the “new kids” by the sweet and surprisingly terrifying Meg. Lenny and Steve learn what life is really like for the other and decide to work together and make a plan to get back to their own school.  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $35.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
Excerpt  

Drama/Comedy. By Harry Michael Bagdasian. In 1964, his family and friends in rural Edgewater, Maryland, dismiss 20-year-old Davey Woodfield as borderline retarded. Davey may be a little “slow, ” but he’s a genius with automobiles. He is resilient and he believes in himself. Davey is very frustrated with people’s misperception of him and with being oppressed by his guardian, his Aunt Augusta. He wants to take his savings, leave this small town auto repair shop and move to the city, where he is positive that he will be well paid for his talents. On this particular afternoon, however, he finds that his boss has sold the repair shop, taken all of the money  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $20.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
The Christmas Doll (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...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $35.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
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...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $35.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
Excerpt  Sound Clips  

Musical. Book by Joseph Robinette. Music and lyrics by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul. Based on the motion picture A Christmas Story 1983 Turner Entertainment Co., distributed by Warner Bros., written by Jean Shepherd, Leigh Brown and Bob Clark; and on the book In God We Trust: All Others Pay Cash by Jean Shepherd. This musical, which received rave reviews on its Broadway run, is based on the movie classic that runs round-the-clock on television every Christmas. Set in the 1940s in the fictional town of Homan, Indiana, the musical follows 9-year-old Ralphie Parker and his quest for the Holy Grail of Christmas gifts—an Official Red Ryder carbine-action 200-shot Range Model air rifle. Rebuffed at every turn with a similar echoing response, Ralphie plots numerous schemes to achieve his desperate desire for the coveted BB gun.  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $35.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
The Controversial Rescue of Fatty the Pig

Comedy. By Catherine Bush. Cherry Blevins' house has burned down-her second house in five years. While trying to help save Cherry's 300—pound pet pig, Fatty, from the flames, Cherry's brother Floyd and his wife, Connie, are arrested for assault by local law enforcement officer Deputy Dwight Omuhundro. But did they truly assault Dwight? And what started the fire? And why in the world was Cherry keeping a pig for a pet?!  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $35.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
Cry Wolf!

Comedy. By Catherine Bush. After 50 years, the wolves have returned to the forest. The inhabitants of the nearby village are in an uproar-their survival depends on their flock of sheep, the wolves' favorite food! Join a cast of characters that include a boy named Peter, Little Red Riding Hood, the Three Little Pigs and a rebel sheep named Snowflake  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $35.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
The Daly News (musical) (three-actor version)

Musical. Story, book and lyrics by Jonathan Gillard Daly. Music by Larry Delinger and Gregg Coffin. The Daly News is a musical memoir about love and distance between fathers and sons. The source material is Martin J. Daly's World War II-era newsletter The Daly News, written from 1943 to 1946 and distributed to Martin's children, who were scattered all over the globe in the service of their country. The story of the play derives from letters from the home front, as well as missives from the boys overseas. Throughout the play, a contemporary character, Martin's grandson, Jon, relates personal remembrances  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $35.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
The Dancing Princesses or The Worn-Out Dancing Shoes

Fairy tale. Adapted by Max Bush from a story by the Brothers Grimm. Here is a magical tale of dance and romance. A mystery threatens the security of the kingdom: where do the princesses escape to every night, and why are their dancing shoes worn out each morning? Why do they sleep through their princess duties each day? The king, who was wounded in the war, desperately tries to solve the mystery by proclaiming that any man who can solve it will marry the daughter of his choice and become the future king. An old woman servant, Ursula, who is much more than she appears to be, decides to act to solve the mystery  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. Scripts should be available: 05.01.2014.A $35.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
Excerpt  

Comedy/Drama. By David S. Craig. Danny, King of the Basement tells the story of 10-year-old Danny “Delco” Carter. Danny is the “king of moving.” In two years, he and his unemployed mother have moved more times than most kids lose teeth; there’s just never the money to pay the rent. But far from being overcome by his homelessness, Danny appears to be thriving. He can pack his bags faster than it takes to tie a shoelace. He can make a friend in a morning and a best friend in a day.  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. Scripts should be available: 04.25.2014.A $35.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
Excerpt  

Drama. By Suzan Zeder. The Edge of Peace is the third and final play in the acclaimed Ware Trilogy, which includes Zeder's award-winning plays Mother Hicks and The Taste of Sunrise. It is set in the same tiny town of Ware, Illinois, and follows many of the same characters as they spin the conclusion of their stories. Set in 1945 in the last desperate days of World War II, this play deals with the impact on a family and a community after a young man from the town is declared missing in action  More...

Availability:
Available Now!
 $8.95  Add to Cart
The Elopement of Megan O'Flaherty With the Ghost From Tinkers' Hollow
Excerpt  

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...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $35.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
Exit Laughing

Comedy. By Paul Elliott. When the biggest highlight in your life for the past 30 years has been your weekly bridge night out with the "girls," what do you do when one of your foursome inconveniently dies? If you're Connie, Leona and Millie, three southern ladies from Birmingham, you do the most daring thing you've ever done. You "borrow" the ashes from the funeral home for one last card game,  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $35.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
Great Expectations (Daly)

Drama. Adapted by Gale Childs Daly from the book by Charles Dickens. In Great Expectations we are taken into the world of 19th-century England. Packed with curious and fascinating characters, enchanting and dangerous places and situations that are at once exhilarating and horrifying, Great Expectations is a literary gem. Pip, an orphan boy, has a life-changing encounter one day on the moors when he helps an escaped convict named Magwitch by getting him food and a file for his leg-irons. From this one act of kindness,  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $35.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
Excerpt  

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...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. Scripts should be available: 04.25.2014.A $20.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
Hotline

Comedy. By Cheryl M. Navo. Operator 72 is training to be a counselor for the SILT (Socially Inappropriate Language Therapy) Hotline. This is where clients call to blow off steam by swearing at the counselor operators, using socially inappropriate language to release tension so they can calm down and solve their problems. After extensive study, on-the-job training and a verbal test,  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $20.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
The Illustrated Bradbury

Drama/Comedy/Fantasy. Written and adapted by Ray Bradbury with Tobias Andersen. Ten stories—some famous, some lesser-known—created by Ray Bradbury, the world's greatest writer of fantasy and science fiction, have been adapted to be played by a flexible cast utilizing only a few simple props and costume pieces. The stories use the device of the character "The Illustrated Man," one of Bradbury's most familiar creations, as a narrator. Among the selections that are dramatized are such classic Bradbury tales as The Fog Horn: a monster rises out of the "deeps"  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $35.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
It's What's for Dinner and Other Short Comedies

Comedy. By Jonathan Graham. A collection of 4 comedies: It's What's for Dinner, Man Overboard, Poinsettia vs. the Christmas Cactus: A Yuletide Smackdown and The Soft Bigotry of Low ExpectationsFlexible staging. These plays may be performed individually or in any combination.  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $35.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
Excerpt  

Comic tragedy. By Thomas Bradshaw. Meet Job, the wise and powerful judge of an ancient Israelite tribe. Satan bets God that he can make Job blaspheme God through ever-escalating violence and loss. Will Job question God’s promise to reward the righteous, even when his prayers for mercy go unanswered? In this dark, twisted comedy, Thomas Bradshaw brings us an honest, uncynical adaptation of the book of Job. “Both entertaining and repulsive, Job is simultaneously a faithful retelling of the titular biblical tale and a raucous spoof of it. …  More...

Availability:
Available Now!
 $8.95  Add to Cart
Junior Claus

Musical. Book and lyrics by Christopher Dimond. Music by Michael Kooman. Junior Claus is the only son of Santa and Mrs. Claus. Like many teenagers, Junior is reluctant to take over the family business. Unsure of himself, Junior puts more faith in his technological inventions than in good old-fashioned Christmas magic, much to the chagrin of his father. But, when a sudden drop in Christmas spirit renders Santa incapable of making the great ride, Junior must take the reins. Meanwhile, a scheming, miserly elf takes advantage of Santa’s absence as he plots to turn the workshop into a for-profit enterprise.  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $35.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
Most Likely To: The Senior Superlative Monologues

Comedy/Drama. By Michael Tester. Inspired by students at a New York high school for the arts, Most Likely To: The Senior Superlative Monologues pits the "Geeks" against the "Goths," "Drama Queens" and "Jocks" in a senior superlative showdown for Best All Around! Employing a senior superlative awards ceremony as its unifying arc,  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $20.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
One Magic Kiss: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

Musical. Book by Donna M. Swajeski. Music and lyrics by Gregg Opelka. One Magic Kiss: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is a magical retelling of the classic Snow White story with a contemporary twist. Issues like bullying and self-image are prevalent throughout the story and songs, especially with the show-stopping number "Fear No More." Infused with wonderful humor that kids and adults can enjoy, this show's queen is more diva than evil.  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $35.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
Excerpt  

Musical comedy. Book and lyrics by Ric Averill. Music by Adrian Rees. Falstaff, a theatre cat, is kicked into the alley after sneaking an unearned bow with the cast of a production of Romeo and Juliet—a scene the audience sees from a backstage perspective.  More...

Availability:
Available Now!
 $9.50  Add to Cart
The Princess and the Pea (Tyre)

Comedy. Adapted by Travis Tyre from the tale by Hans Christian Andersen. Blending fiction with historical fact, this moving adaptation is different from any other. The sweeping tale takes place in 1860s Imperial Russia, where czars were required by law to marry women of royal Russian blood. The consequence for not following the law was losing the throne. So after his father's death,  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $35.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
Psych

Comedy. By Lisa Rowe. Edward Baxter was a successful psychiatrist, beloved by his many patients—until he was framed for murder. Now on the run with an assumed identity and a suspicious new wife, his luck is running out. Edward seeks help from Dr. Robert Smith, a fellow psychiatrist and a man with inner demons of his own. When Edward's meeting with Dr. Smith goes wildly awry  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $35.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
The Sapphire Comb

Drama. By Moses Goldberg. An original tale by one of America's TYA master playwrights, this play is influenced in theme and style by Japanese anime and Noh spirit plays. The story voices the continuing struggle for balance and survival between humankind and the earth's natural forces. The drama illustrates an 11-year-old girl named Hannah. She waves her "magic" sapphire comb, a remembrance from her mother,  More...

Availability:
Available Now!
 $8.25  Add to Cart
Seagirl

Fantasy. By Francis Elitzig (aka David Eliet). Based on a Chinese folk tale. A dragon lands on Horse Ear Mountain, and the river in the valley dries up. Seagirl goes up the mountain to discover what has happened. At the top, she finds a great lake blocked by an enchanted gate. A wild goose tells her to find the golden key. Parrots tell her she must first find the dragon king's third daughter. And the peacock tells her  More...

Availability:
Available Now!
 $8.25  Add to Cart
Sherlock Holmes and the Portal of Time

Comedy. By Michael Druce. Only one man can change the outcome of World War II—Professor Moriarty. And only one man can stop this evil mastermind from changing the fate of the world—Sherlock Holmes. In this witty, fast-paced and wildly inventive adventure, Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson must travel from London in 1921 to Berlin in 1939 to stop Moriarty from changing the outcome of history.  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $35.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
Short Order Stories

Comedy/Drama. By Renee Calarco. It's late August 2001, and Larry's Diner is packed with jangly parents and their poker-faced kids who are making their annual drives to the colleges and universities in southern New York state.  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. We do not have a pre-publication manuscript at this time. Contact the editor for further details.
 $8.95  Add to Cart
The Singin' Cowboy

Musical. Original premise by Todd Mueller. Book by Todd Mueller and Hank Boland. Music and lyrics by Gregg Opelka. Jam-packed with gunfights, a hangin’, a half-million-dollar bank heist, saloon girls and cowhands, a good-hearted Madam, hilarious dialogue and a wagonload of strummable, hummable tunes, The Singin’ Cowboy tells the tale of how the Singin’ Cowboy tames the fierce Tumbleweed Tammy and converts her gang of outlaws to the ways of goodness.  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $35.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
Excerpt  

Comedy. By Flip Kobler and Cindy Marcus. Ever wonder "what if"? Wish you could go back in time and fix your mistakes? Some Sweet Day is a full-throttle romantic comedy where one man is given the chance to do just that. Penned by veteran Disney writers Flip Kobler and Cindy Marcus (The Lion King II: Simba's Pride and Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas), Some Sweet Day is a comic romp that explores a love triangle  More...

Availability:
Available Now!
 $8.95  Add to Cart
Stronger Than Strong! Great American Tall Tale Heroines

Comedy. By Brian Guehring. The play opens with a ballyhoo (actors running up and down the aisle to drum up excitement and anticipation for the upcoming medicine show). The famous Doctors Wellington have arrived in this small town at the turn of the last century to sell their amazing strength elixir to the population. The Doctors Wellington and their troupe of amazing actors first tell the audience how Dr. J.M. Wellington (in search of ingredients to make the strength elixir) meets a young Tennessee gal who became  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $35.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
The Sun Serpent

Drama. By José Cruz González. When young Anahuac's family meets the newly arrived Cortes, they believe he is the Sun Serpent come to usher in a new, better world. Anahuac's beloved elder brother eagerly joins Cortes' grand march to the capital, Tenochtitlan. But while Cortes promised a world of peace and plenty, the soldiers he left behind soon engage in a ruthless search for gold. Orphaned during one of their raids, Anahuac sets off through the jungle to find and warn his brother that the Spanish are not all they seem.  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $35.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
Super Cowgirl and Mighty Miracle

Drama. By José Cruz González. Six-year old Cory doesn't want to live with her grumpy grandma she barely knows. Grandmother Autumn doesn't much like the idea, either. She's about to lose her home to foreclosure and is struggling to make ends meet. But what choice does she have? Cory's dad has to find work, and  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $35.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
Excerpt  

Musical. Book by Linda Daugherty. Music and lyrics by Nick Martin. At last it’s Friday night for eight teens! After careening through a stressful week of schoolwork, difficult choices and dramas surrounding family and friends, they’re ready for an unchaperoned party. The impulsive decisions of all eight young people result in a consequence that might have been foretold—even prevented—were it understood that teens are working with a brain revealed by the latest neuroscience to be, at best, a “work in progress.”  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. Scripts should be available: 04.25.2014.A $35.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
Excerpt  

Comedy. By Mitch Brian. Adapted from the screenplay by Charles B. Griffith. In this dark comedy based on the classic cult movie A Bucket of Blood, Walter Paisley is a put-upon bus boy at a beatnik café whose greatest dream is to be an artist. When he accidentally kills his landlady’s cat, he covers it in clay and passes it off as sculpture.  More...

Availability:
Available Now!
 $8.95  Add to Cart
A Thirties Affair

Comedy. By Carl L. Willliams. Know-it-all Pauline tries to match up her divorced friend Carla with Jason, a friend of her husband, and happily discovers they both love old movies from the 1930s. But Jason and Carla, burned by previous relationships, resist Pauline's efforts to kindle a romance. Resentful at being thrown together,  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $35.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
Excerpt  

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...

Availability:
Available Now!
 $6.95  Add to Cart
Tradin' Paint

Comedy/Drama. By Catherine Bush. Darla Frye is fraught with deep-seated insecurities. Her mother is dead, her boyfriend is delusional, and her job stocking auto parts is going nowhere fast. Then one night, on a deserted country road, Lucky Tibbs teaches Darla how to change a flat tire-and in doing so, changes her life.  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $35.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
The 12 Days of Christmas

Comedy. Adapted from the traditional Christmas song by Renee Calarco. Christmas is just around the corner, and Shirley the Partridge is a bit nervous because it's her very first time carrying out the ancient family tradition—gathering the French Hens and the Calling Birds and … oh … everyone—for the official singing of "The Twelve Days of Christmas." With strict instructions from her mom, Grammy and Great Grammy to guard the Five Golden Rings, Shirley sets off on a quest to find the song participants. But there are some bumps in the road.  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $35.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
Excerpt  

Comedy. By Pat Cook. Arlene Marcus and her sister, Elzbeth, are known far and wide in South Texas as friendly, charitable and a little eccentric. This is understandable, because it is also known that they are witches. At least, that’s the story, especially the one spread by housekeeper, Opal Dunn, just before she vanished without a trace.  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $35.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
Walking Across Egypt

Comedy/Drama. Adapted by Catherine Bush from the novel by Clyde Edgerton. Upon discovering a stray dog on her back porch, Mattie Rigsbee decides she's too old to keep a pet and calls the dogcatcher. Little does she know that the dogcatcher, Lamar Benfield, will open her eyes to a whole world she never knew existed, a world that includes car theft, prison breaks and a juvenile delinquent named Wesley who is as desperate for a family as she is.  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $35.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
Excerpt  

Comedy. By Dan Doyle. J.B. Hornsby, a marginally successful criminal defense attorney, pins his hopes for a brighter future on a fast-talking advertising agent who promises to transform the struggling lawyer into a TV tiger who can pummel any opponent into submission. Then in walks a new client, Stacy Jenkins. Her stockbroker husband, Arnold, has vanished, and the cops, suspecting homicide, are breathing down her neck. Their lawyer-client conference is rudely interrupted when the sheriff shows up and arrests Stacy for murder. The sheriff drops a bombshell at the preliminary hearing by testifying that Arnold’s body was found by Beulah, a wildly eccentric psychic,  More...

Availability:
Available Now!
 $8.95  Add to Cart
What We Lost Along the Way

Drama. By C.E. Glanville This family drama begins in 1939 London during the evacuation of almost two million British children and other vulnerable populations to the countryside to keep them safe from predicted German air raids on industrial centers. The play centers on 15-year-old Serena Moffitt and her younger brother, Joseph, who are sent from their working class suburb of Brixton to the county of Devon where they end up billeted with the Hargreaves, an upper-class family struggling to  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $35.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
Wiley and the Hairy Man (Zeder) (musical)

Musical. Book by Suzan Zeder. Music by Harry Pickens. Lyrics by Suzan Zeder and Harry Pickens. Set deep in the Tombigbee swamp, this classic tale of a very young boy with a very big fear is brought to new and vibrant life in this musical version of Wiley and the Hairy Man. The story centers around a fatherless young boy, his conjure-woman mother, his faithful dog and the hairy man who haunts Wiley’s days and dreams.  More...

Availability:
This title is not yet in print. A $35.00 pre-publication manuscript is available.
Add Manuscript To Cart.
Excerpt  

Musical. Book by Scot Copeland, W.S. Gilbert and Kenneth Grahame. Music by Paul Carrol Binkley and Sir Arthur Sullivan. Adapted from the book by Kenneth Grahame and the songs of Gilbert and Sullivan. Had Gilbert and Sullivan adapted Grahame’s classic book for the stage it would have looked—and sounded—a lot like this bubbling confection of a musical. Little Mole tries to tend to his cleaning, but it is spring, the wind is sighing in the willows and the piper at the Gates of Dawn calls him to dance! Embracing the reawakening world, Mole is introduced to the delights of life along the river by his new friend, Rat. Together, they trot off to Toad Hall to visit Mr. Toad—“Toady, if you please!”  More...

Availability:
Available Now!
 $9.50  Add to Cart