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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
Three children are bounced like pinballs from one foster home to another. Each longs for the comfort of a real home. Now they come together for the first time at the home of Mrs. Mason, an understanding foster mother. Learn More
This play addresses high-school peer pressure, stress and the desperate need to belong. When Nicky's stories are read out loud in class, her classmates cruelly reject her as "weird," even while believing that in one of the stories she foretells the suicide of Rosy, an overweight girl who is a newcomer to the school. As the drama unfolds, the audience does not know who is the potential suicide victim, Rosy or Nicky. Learn More
This adaptation of the world's most popular fairy tale gives dimension to the characters and includes more of the inner turmoil as the classic "battered child" finds self-esteem through love. Learn More
Adapted by I. E. Clark. Based on the plays written by Pierre-Augustin Caron De Beaumarchais.
Product Code: BH8000
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Highly intelligent, energetic and ambitious Figaro wanted more than anything to be rich and famous so he could enjoy the splendid life of 18th century France. But he had no chance of succeeding because he was born a second-class citizen, and life for him and the other servants was so unbearable that whispers of revolt drifted through the musty air of the servants' quarters. The tricks Figaro thinks up to get even with the aristocrats produce one of the world's funniest comedies. Learn More
By Jean and Walter Kerr. From the novel by Franz Werfel.
Product Code: S45000
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7m., 11w. (extras.)
Among her schoolmates, Bernadette's habit of daydreaming makes her seem stupid. When a beautiful vision appears to her, her parents, the mayor, the police chief and even strict Sister Vauzous attempt to compel her to deny what she has seen. However, she remains true to her visions and enters a sisterhood. Learn More
In this participation version of Cinderella, small groups of children come on to the stage to help Cinderella clean her stepmother's house before the terrible family returns. They then help an absentminded Fairy Godmother, create the wild ride to the castle and dance at the ball. Learn More
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A retelling of the Philomele story that passionately demonstrates the violence that stems from enforced silence. Philomele is raped and when she threatens to talk, the rapist cuts out her tongue. She then kills her rapist's son in an awful act of violence. A cycle of retribution begins which only ends when the gods transform Philomele into a nightingale. Learn More