Young Audiences | Middle School | High School | Family (all ages)
extremely flexible depending on the combination of songs, scenes and monologues presented. 24 to approximately 100 actors possible with roles for up to 10m., 50w., and 40 either gender.
In this musical celebrating the middle-school experience, you choose from the 14 songs, four monologues and 17 scenes to create the show you want, depending on the number of boys and girls you have, the ages of your cast and the subjects you choose to explore. The possibilities are endless and everyone has a moment to shine! Learn More
Middle School | High School | College and Adult | Family (all ages)
25+ m., 40+ w. May double to 9m., 13w.
This spirited musical adaptation—a richly textured celebration of life, love and the family set against the background of the American Civil War—dramatizes the story of the March sisters, Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy. Scenes move rapidly between locations and through time, telling the stories of all four girls, each of whose experience and distinctive personality are vividly portrayed. Learn More
4m., 1w. with doubling. May be expanded to up to 10m., 3w.
A 10-year-old Confederate boy named Rufus has been orphaned after his family's farm is burned to the ground. With nowhere else to turn, he tags along with a Union troop as the "second drummer, on reserve." Learn More
Nathan meets the party crowd in room 212 of Gauss Hall, and discovers how much he loves his newly found freedom. When things start to spiral out of control, he gets help from Katharine, a girl he has overlooked many times before. Learn More
Book, music and lyrics by Douglas Post. Based on the stories by the Brothers Grimm.
Product Code: K04000
Young Audiences | Middle School | Family (all ages)
7m., 5w., extras.
Hans unlocks an enchanted chest that held the imprisoned Gerhardt the Great and his troupe of traveling players. To show their thanks, the players perform The Golden Goose, The Three Huntsmen, and The Four Skillful Brothers. Learn More
Young Audiences | Middle School | High School | College and Adult | Family (all ages)
3m., 2w., 1 either gender.
This dazzling farce shows us how musicals can change the everyday mundane to magical moments! The Professor, our musical guide, is going to teach "How to Make a Musical." He picks Chris, a "random" student, out of the audience and takes him through a day at his school, showing him each scene both as it would be in real life and how it would be played in a musical. Learn More
The "world's foremost expert on the Berenstain Bears," guitar-strumming Cowboy Joe, is the show's stage director—introducing and commenting on the play's five episodes which are based on five classic books: The Berenstain Bears' New Baby, The Berenstain Bears and the Messy Room, The Berenstain Bears and the Double Dare, The Berenstain Bears Tell the Truth and The Berenstain Bears Get Stage Fright. Learn More