Tom, the illegitimate ward of Squire Allworthy, is in love with his beautiful neighbor, Sophia. Although Sophia's father admires and envies Tom for his reputation as a brawling, womanizing, thieving daredevil, he wouldn't consider allowing his daughter to marry such a scoundrel. Instead, Sophia is betrothed to Blifil, Allworthy's sniveling heir. Since Tom is seduced by most of the women and nearly murdered by all of the men, it's not surprising to find him on the gallows at the end of this fast-paced comedy. Learn More
In this adaptation of Shakespeare's comedy, twins Viola and Sebastian are shipwrecked and washed ashore in Illyria. The favorite characters—Sir Toby Belch, Sir Andrew Aguecheek, Malvolio, Maria, the beautiful countess Olivia and the handsome duke Orsino—are all present to help entertain audiences. Learn More
This one-act adaptation utilizes a simple set which will accommodate all needed scenes. Ideal for assembly programs, classroom demonstrations, contests, festivals, nights of one-acts, and student directing and acting projects. Learn More
Adapted by I. E. Clark. Based on the play by Nicholas Udall.
Product Code: RB6000
Comedy | Farce
Middle School | High School | College
2m., 4w., extras.
Livestream and Record & Stream Rights Available
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Two charming young ladies—sophisticated Gwendolen from the city and naive Cecily from the country—are in love with Earnest Worthing. But there is no such person as Earnest Worthing. In the midst of all this confusion comes Lady Bracknell, who doesn't like the idea of anybody loving anybody. It sounds like a big mess, but this knotty affair unwinds into one of the favorite comedies of English literature. Learn More