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4m., 8w., 9 either gender, doubling possible.
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With her mother dead and her father away, Ashgirl lives with her stepmother and stepsisters. When the invitation to the ball arrives from the prince, Ashgirl finds the strength to go with the help of her friends, some of whom come from unexpected places. When she gets home, Ashgirl realizes that in order to regain the fleeting happiness she found in the arms of the prince, she must fight the monsters who have slithered and insinuated their way into her heart and mind. She must believe in herself for others to do so. Learn More
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21 roles to be played by a minimum of 12 actors (plus extras if desired.)
This faithful adaptation of Charles Dickens' second novel is an exciting, fast-moving melodrama about the adventures of an orphan redeemed from a life of cruel poverty and crime by an act of unselfish courage. Filled with an atmosphere of mystery, its major characters—Fagin, Bill Sikes, Mr. Bumble, Nancy, and the Artful Dodger—are some of the most theatrically realized characters in all of literature. Learn More
By Julian Wiles. Based on the life and works of Edgar Allan Poe.
Product Code: N41000
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12m., 7w. (2 boys playing 52 parts).
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In 1847, Edgar Allan Poe is reported to have boarded a steamer for an overnight voyage to New York City. Five days later, Poe was found delirious on a Baltimore street and died soon thereafter. What transpired over those missing days has remained forever a mystery...until now. This imaginative play, utilizing Poe's macabre stories and poems, ponders what might have happened to him on the dreary nightmare voyage at the end of his life. Learn More
Huck and friends are hit with the adventure of their lives, when Jim escapes slavery and Huck helps navigate the path to freedom. The two meet some very interesting characters along the way, and end up in more trouble than they started with. Learn More
A tribute to the human spirit, this is the story of Arlo Gibson's unusual care and preservation of the waning dignity in each of the people who populate his porch. Like an archaeologist, Arlo can, with time, make even his dullest and most pathetic discovery sparkle. His method is simple—he tells "tender" lies. Learn More
Conrad had an older brother and now he is gone. What's left of young Conrad's family, with his successful, well-intentioned father and his beautiful, organized and remote mother, is in terrible jeopardy, as is Conrad himself. They are all "ordinary people" and each is fighting a hard battle. This play goes to the essence of a young man, his friends and family, their relationships and survival. Learn More
A young architect redesigns plans for a gazebo for a wealthy client and the boss fires him. To ease the blow, he goes out for a last fling and meets a girl with a picket sign proclaiming "Fair Play for the Working Man." Learn More