Young Audiences | Middle School | High School | College and Adult | Family (all ages) | Senior Adults
3 to 10m., 2 to 7w., plus 9 or more either gender.
This is a unique and fun retelling of the classic battle of wit and deception as told in the beloved fairy tale of Little Red Riding Hood. We meet Red (who is nobody's fool) and the wolf (who tries to be cool) and granny—well, sometimes she's left in the dark! The story includes short retellings of sections within the tale, told in multiple styles: melodrama, Elizabethan, '80s hip-hop slang, and avant-garde. Learn More
High School | College and Adult | Family (all ages) | Senior Adults
6 to 14m., 6 to 20w., 1 to 8 either gender, extras, singers and dancers as desired.
A group of high-school students waits at the bus stop on a Monday morning after a crazy weekend. Hilarity and anxiety explode due to parental and friendship tensions, fashion mistakes, athletic ambitions and academic terrors. Monologues convey their reactions when they learn a fellow student committed suicide. By the end of the day, many truths are confronted as the students learn to face their lives with hope. Learn More
6m., 2w. , 2 children, 8 singers (4m., 4w.) who also play small roles.
Based on the 1913 novel by Willa Cather about life on the prairie at the end of last century, this musical tells the story of Alexandra Bergson who takes charge of her father's Nebraska homestead after his death. Through harvest, drought, and poverty, she holds her farm and family of three brothers together until they are ready to stand on their own. Learn More
Young Audiences | Middle School | Family (all ages)
9m., 11w., extras.
This musical adaptation has wonderful roles for everyone: Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary; Tom-Tom, the Piper's Son; Jack and Jill; Little Miss Muffet; Wicked Uncle Barnaby who runs the toy shop (and his comic-ruffian assistants, Roderigo and Gonzorgo) and can turn children into dolls and sell them for gold; and lovable Jane and Alan who are his next victims. Learn More
4m., 4w. (and 3m. or w., plus many extras. Doubling possible to as few as 5 actors.)
"And Little Red Riding Hood lived happily ever after" is where this story begins. Little Red isn't really happy, though! She has grown tired of her story. With the help of a lovable, comical magic dragon, she sets off for new adventures. Learn More
Middle School | High School | College and Adult | Family (all ages)
5m., 4w. (Extras.)
There are some strange stirrings at the local cemetery. Can a zombie find true love with a living, breathing woman? Can he kiss her without his lips falling off? These and other pressing questions are answered in this delightful Night of the Living Dead meets Happy Days musical. Learn More
An adaptation of Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew, this play skillfully blends Shakespeare's dialogue into a language that any audience can understand and includes songs. Through careful editing and skillful blending of modern and 16th-century idioms, the script maintains the humor, rhythm and flavor of Shakespeare's dialogue in simple and comprehensible terms. Learn More