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
Book, music and lyrics by Jeremiah Clay Neal. Adapted from the books The Kid Who Ran for President and The Kid Who Became President by Dan Gutman.
Product Code: K06000
Young Audiences | Middle School | Family (all ages)
4m., 4w., 3 either gender. May be expanded to 21 roles and up to 50 actors.
Judson Moon is 12 years old, and he's running for president of the YOU-nited States! His best friend and campaign manager, Lane Brainard, with an emphasis on "Brain," is organizing a political campaign that will change the world as we know it! Learn More
Adaptation and lyrics by Ann Pugh. Music and lyrics by Betty Utter. Based on the novel by Johanna Spyri.
Product Code: HD4000
Young Audiences | Middle School | High School | Family (all ages)
5m., 6w., extras.
This is the story of a little orphan named Adelheid, who prefers to be called Heidi because that name yodels better. She is one of those rare people who bring happiness wherever she goes—to her old grumpy grandfather on a Swiss mountain and to little lame Clara in Germany. But will Heidi ever find happiness for herself? Learn More