Book and lyrics by Doug Cooney. Music by David O. Based on the novel by George Saunders.
Cast 2m., 4w. Target Audience All Ages
A tuneful, hilarious and wildly theatrical youth musical presented by quick-change actors and a bevy of puppets. "A delight for all ages … a fanciful production that pleases the eye and warms the heart, as Capable learns the value of selflessness, adaptability and forgiveness … truly inspired."
—Los Angeles Weekly
Based on the play by Celeste Raspanti. Book and lyrics by Joseph Robinette. Music by E.A. Alexander.
Cast 8m., 5w., 8 children. With doubling, 3m., 4w., 4 children. Either cast may be expanded as desired Target Audience Middle School • High School • College and Adult • Senior Adults
This new musical version of Celeste Raspanti's widely produced play brings an added dimension to the story of the children of Terezin, a ghetto under Nazi rule during World War II.
Book by Todd Mueller and Hank Boland. Music and lyrics by Gregg Opelka.
Cast 3m., 3w. (expansion possible). Target Audience High School • College and Adult • Senior Adults
"Filled with laughter and catchy tunes, Soup du Jour is simply an evening of great, not-to-be-missed
musical comedy." —Indiana News Dispatch
Book and lyrics by Judith Viorst. Music by Shelly Markham.
Cast 4m., 3w. playing several roles. Target Audience All Ages
Alexander's struggles with life's daily dramas will not only entertain but also educate young audiences as they identify with Alexander and the obstacles he encounters, encouraging them to share their feelings and to realize that bad days happen—even in Australia.
Based on the books by Robert Fulghum. Conceived and adapted by Ernest Zulia. Music and lyrics by David Caldwell.
Cast 3m., 2w., 1 pianist (expandable). Target Audience All Ages
Based on Robert Fulghum's best-selling books, these heartwarming stories celebrate our very existence, from the whimsy of childhood to the wisdom of old age. A sure hit for any performing group!
Based on the book by Daniel Keyes. Book and lyrics by David Rogers. Music by Charles Strouse.
Cast 5m., 4w., 1 child Target Audience Middle School • High School • College and Adult • Senior Adults
A most unusual, intelligent and romantic musical interweaving the stories of Charlie Gordan, a man with the mind of a child who has his intelligence surgically increased to genius level—and Algernon, a lab mouse who had the operation earlier.
Book by Tom Key and Russell Treyz. Music and lyrics by Harry Chapin.
Cast large and variable with male and female roles to suit your group. Target Audience All Ages
" A reverential retelling
of the book of Matthew. It takes the Bible's passionate
intensity and directness for contemporary meaning
into the popular vein without diluting it."
—Contemporary Christian Music
Based on Art Linkletter's bestselling book. Book and lyrics by Robert Johanson.
Cast 2m., 2w., 1 either m.or w., expandable as desired. Target Audience All Ages
This very funny family entertainment, based on the hilarious best-selling book by Art Linkletter, will be vastly enjoyed by your audiences. Get ready to laugh, laugh, laugh, when Kids Say the Darndest Things!
Based on the book by Antoine de Sainte-Exupery. Book and lyrics by John Scoullar. Music by Rick Cummins.
Cast 4 to 30+ actors. Target Audience All Ages
This beloved classic comes alive on stage in a magical full-length family musical. Filled with enchanting music and heartfelt lyrics, it has been touted by critics around the country for its sophisticated appeal to all ages.
Book by Jennifer Draganski and Sean Hartley. Music by John O'Neill. Lyrics by John O'Neill and Sean Hartley.
Cast 2m., 1w., at least 12 children. Target Audience All Ages
Based on a delightful book by Madeline author Ludwig Bemelmans, Sunshine tells the story of a grumpy landlord, Mr. Sunshine, who wants nothing but peace and quiet in his brownstone in Gramercy Park, New York, but gets so much more when Miss Moore becomes his new tenant.
Book by Mary Hall Surface. Music by David Maddox. Lyrics by David Maddox and Mary Hall Surface.
Cast 5m., 4w. playing multiple roles. Can be expanded to a cast of 15 to 25. Target Audience All Ages
Through his many wild adventures, the rogue/hero Pinocchio grows to understand how freedom and opportunity in this limitless new American world are leavened by compassion and responsibility. The lively score is inspired by Dixieland and Ragtime music.
Book by Alan J. Prewitt. Music by Craig Bohmler. Lyrics by Steven Mark Kohn.
Cast 2 to 3m., 1w., 1 child, either gender, a chorus of 4 (which may be expanded as desired). Target Audience All Ages
A greedy king learns a lesson from a mysterious old woman who lives in the misty mountains, making beautiful quilts for the poor, in this mystical, hilarious, gently provocative and touching musical sure to delight parents and children alike.
Based on the book Redwall by Brian Jacques. Book, music and lyrics by Evelyn Swensson.
Cast 8 to 16m., 3 to 5w. (extras/doubling). Target Audience All Ages
This adventure-packed musical tells the tale of a courageous mouse, Matthias, who saves the abbey from the cruel rat, Cluny the Scourge. "This is a story about heroes and warriors, loyalty, the strength in doing what is right and living lives of integrity."
Book and lyrics by David John. Music by Kevin Lynch. Musical arrangements by Richard Marrett.
Cast 4m., 3w. 5 children, 24+ ensemble. Target Audience High School • College and Adult • Senior Adults
This powerful musical, with a strong story line and a modern "Andrew Lloyd Webber" style score, tells the moving story of immigrant gold diggers and their quest for instant fortune.
Book by David Javerbaum and Robert S. Cohen. Music by Robert S. Cohen. Lyrics by David Javerbaum.
Cast 4m., 4w. (may be expanded to 6m., 6w). Target Audience High School • College and Adult • Senior Adults
For all the books, movies and sitcoms that have either eulogized or vilified them, the suburbs have been largely ignored by musical theatre—until now. Suburb takes an insightful, witty, and nuanced view of the world of the lawnmower, the barbecue, and the mall, exploring the suburb's rites and rituals. "Winning and warm … A wry but enthusiastic celebration of a typical American experience."—New York Post