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  1. Cosmic Fruit Bowl

    Cosmic Fruit Bowl

    By Rosemary Frisino Toohey.

    Product Code: CN6000

    • Comedy | Farce | Satire
    • Young Audiences | Middle School | High School | Family (all ages)
    • 4 actors.
    • 15 min.
    Think living in a fishbowl is tough? Try a fruit bowl. All the regulars are there: the self-centered star, the guy hiding a secret and the budding philosopher. Learn More
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    Min. Royalty Rate: $45/perf

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  2. Aesop's Clinic

    Aesop's Clinic

    By John Tissot.

    Product Code: AG3000

    • Comedy
    • Young Audiences | Middle School | Family (all ages)
    • 1m., 7 either gender.
    • 30 min.
    This title suggests how Aesop happened to write his famous fables. Lively, colorful characters (two foxes, a crow, a tortoise, a hare and two moles) come to Aesop to tell about their adventures: the tortoise and the hare had a race, the fox tried to reach some grapes high on a vine but failed, and so on. The adventures become the fables that we all love so well. Learn More
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