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In 1789 in an Australian penal colony, a marine lieutenant decides to put on a play to celebrate the king's birthday. He casts the play with the English convicts who populate this distant prison camp. Few of them can read, let alone act, and the play is produced against a background of food shortages and barbaric punishments--brilliantly juxtaposed against the civilizing influence of theatrical endeavor.
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This arrangement retains all the excitement and significance of the original as Nora becomes aware that she has been deluded in her marriage and that she now has a greater duty to herself. For the sake of her own salvation, she must leave her home and her husband to seek a life in which she can be truly herself. The sound of the door closing as Nora leaves is a sound that has reverberated through all of drama. An excellent way to introduce students to a great writer. Learn More
Confusions, complications and double meanings take off when Madame Chandebise decides to entrap her suspected husband by sending him a perfumed letter supposedly from a mysterious female admirer. Learn More
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A lovely take on a classic tale, Cinderella sees beauty in all things, and only wishes to attend the Prince's Ball. With help from her Fairy God Mother, not even her evil step-sisters and step-mother can keep her from dancing into happily ever after. Learn More
When Hanazo, the kite maker, bullies Uji, an innocent sign painter, into helping play a hoax on his fellow villagers concerning the arrival of a dragon, they find themselves faced with ridicule , pangs of conscience, and the magic of miracles. Learn More
Based roughly on the intricate plot of Oedipus Rex, this comedy/farce relates the adventures of Ed Opus, beloved and loving student body president of West Thebes High School. See Ed Opus track down the unknown stranger who did away with Teen Angel. Empathize with Ty Reesias, president of the Soothsayer Club, as he tells Ed Opus who the culprit really is. Learn More