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  1. Writer's Cramp (or How Will Shakespeare Got Into Show Biz)

    Writer's Cramp (or How Will Shakespeare Got Into Show Biz)

    By Larry Glaister.

    Product Code: WH6000

    • Comedy | Farce | Satire
    • Middle School | High School | College and Adult
    • 5m., 2w.
    • 100 min.
    He was born in 1564, but historians lose track of Will Shakespeare until around 1590. This play gleefully jumps in to fill in the gaps of his so-called "lost years." Will is a 21-year-old dreamer, the father of three and quite jobless. His wife is distracted by the amorous attentions of their neighbor. Poverty, lust and gender confusion rock everyone's boat, but, in the end, fortune smiles on the aspiring young poet. Learn More
    $9.95 /script

    Min. Royalty Rate: $80/perf

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  2. OZ (revised)

    OZ (revised)

    By Patrick Shanahan.

    Product Code: O75000

    • Comedy | Drama
    • Middle School | High School | College and Adult | Family (all ages)
    • 1m., 2w.
    • 90 min.

    It is 1899 in Chicago and Baum is putting the finishing touches on The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, but putting dreams on paper is elusive business and Baum is struggling with some definite plot problems, no title and no ending! Like the cyclone in his story, Baum's housekeeper, Bridgey, and a little girl named Dot gets swept up in the mad vortex of his tale, as Baum enlists them to help him improvise the story.

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    $39.95 /script

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  3. China Doll (The Imagined Life of an American Actress)

    China Doll (The Imagined Life of an American Actress)

    By Elizabeth Wong

    Product Code: CD3000

    • Comedy | Drama | Tragedy
    • High School | College and Adult | Family (all ages) | Senior Adults
    • 4m., 2w.-all Asian; or 5m., 3w.-multicultural. Roles are doubled.
    • 90 min.
    This is the story of a Chinatown girl who dreamed of making it in Hollywood. This sensual fantasia takes inspiration from the remarkable life of Anna May Wong, the first and brightest Chinese American movie star. Learn More
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  4. OZ

    OZ

    By Patrick Shanahan.

    Product Code: O55000

    • Comedy | Drama
    • Young Audiences | Middle School | High School | College and Adult | Family (all ages) | Senior Adults
    • 1m., 2w.
    • 90 min.
    It's 1899 in Chicago, and Frank Baum is putting the finishing touches on The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, but is missing a few key elements…the title and the ending! Suddenly his Victorian study becomes a magical land. In the heart of this frenzy is the whole creative process, and in the end we realize that Baum is the real wizard of Oz, but he needs an assistant … our imaginations. Learn More
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