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 | High School | Family (all ages)
5m., 5w. (4m. with doubling, extras as desired.)
Cathy is assigned to write a term paper about Jeanne d'Arc. As she writes, Jeanne comes to life and introduces Cathy to a world of incredible courage and daring. Suddenly Cathy is called upon to do something heroic in her own time, as she discovers a nearby factory farm may be poisoning the water supply. Can a lone teenager face down a powerful corporation? Learn More
Young Audiences | Middle School | High School | College and Adult | Family (all ages) | Senior Adults | Praise Groups
4m., 3w. (5 children, 24+ ensemble.)
Duncan and Sarah McKenzie have just arrived in "new country" when Jackie O'Fea brings news of the gold rush. Duncan leaves with a promise to return, but at the digging site, tragedy strikes those around Duncan, even when he strikes gold, his happiness is short lived. Learn More
8m., 5w., 8 children. With doubling, 3m., 4w., 4 children.
This new musical version brings an added dimension to the story of the children of Terezin, a ghetto under Nazi rule during WWII. More than 5,000 drawings, poems and prose pieces were secretly produced by the children in the concentration camp. 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
Middle School | High School | College and Adult | Family (all ages)
4m., 10w., 11 either gender. May be doubled to a cast of 13 or expanded to up to 50.
Feeling pressured to fit in, Alonzo Quijana, dreams of a better time, when one man could change the course of tomorrow. With the fragile line of popularity, the very thin grasp of sanity, could making the world a better place come from one lone voice in the crowd? Learn More
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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