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  • Herschel and Happy

    by Mickey Coburn
    • 60 Minutes
    • 2 Males, 2 Females, Min/Max 4

    Audience Participation, Comedy, School Touring, Simple Props, Simple Set

    Herschel and Happy, a very popular one-hour play for children. It consists of 3 short plays which follow two wandering friends who can’t stay out of mischief. Highly participatory for a younger audience.  Written for children, to be performed by adults.  The show toured for five years in professional production. Tours easily with simple sets, costumes, and props. Downloadable, printable PDF available.

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    $9.00$75.00
  • The Devil’s Due

    by Jean H. Klein
    • 45 Minutes
    • 2 Males 2 Females Max 4 Min 4

    Choices, Competitions, Depression, Mania

    In The Devil’s Due, a one-act drama/comedy, an artist, Eric Talmadge, confronts the decline of his aesthetic powers and the possible dissolution of his marriage. In a satiric tour de force, a visitor—possibly a neighboring psychiatrist and possibly a more fearsome presence—offers him a possible way out of his dilemma. Is M. Boudreaux really an unorthodox psychiatrist practicing from his apartment in NYC or does he represent a power other than the mind? And what choice does he give Eric in order to regain his peace of mind and his artistic abilities?

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    $7.00$75.00
  • The Boarding House

    by David H. Klein
    • 40 Minutes
    • 1 Male, 3 Females

    Colleges, Community, Fundraiser, High School

    A one-act play, The Boarding House is a dramatic satire, by David.H. Klein, of the story by James Joyce. Mrs. Mooney, the owner of a boarding house of questionable reputation, exploits the wiles of her daughter Polly and the power of the Church to snare one of her more respectable boarders as her potential son-in-law.

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    $7.95$50.00
  • “Best Always, Marilyn Monroe”

    by Kathleen Lockwood Mcblair
    • 80 Minutes
    • 2 Males 2 Females Max 6 Min 4

    A small-cast, full-length play by Kathleen McBlair dramatizes the limited private moments of Marilyn Monroe‘s life after she became a star. Both Joe DiMaggio and Arthur Miller take the stage in her downward spiral. Her life-after-fame was eerily lonely and filled with long telephone conversations with friends, doctors, and strangers as she groped to find a sense of peace and belonging. This play was a finalist in the 1988 Virginia Prize for Playwriting.

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    $11.00$75.00
  • Baba Yaga Acts Up

    by Mickey Coburn
    • 60 Minutes
    • 2 Males, 2 Females, Max cast 5, Min cast 4

    Variable Length, Simple Props, Simple Set

    Six short interactive plays portray a whacky witch who is more comic than frightening. The ethnic flavor of the plays appeals to all audiences. Three episodes run about an hour; six episodes are included to mix and match depending on the needs of the young audience to create a one-act play script for Children’s Theater and Community Theater.

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    $9.00$75.00
  • From the Back Seat

    by Kay Rhoads
    • 40 Minutes
    • 2 Males 2 Females Max 4 Min 4

    Minimal Set, Older Cast

    A one-act family comedy with senior actors. Who controls the family car? Harold promised to give Emma a more exciting life. But who will be in the driving seat?  Their 40-year old  daughter and son-in-law think Harold  is past it, but he wants to show them he still has what it takes.  This play works well for community theaters, senior groups, and Readers Theater.

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    $9.00$75.00

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