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  • Group S.O.S.: Survivors Of Sexual Abuse

    by Bonnie Culver
    • 50 - 60 minutes

    GROUP S.O.S. consists of two similar plays, which run about an hour each. The plays are male and female explorations of an adult therapy group (Survivors of Sexual Abuse) in which the characters meet, clash with, and eventually work to heal one another.

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    Group S.O.S. Male

    by Bonnie Culver
    • 50 minutew
    • 6 Males

    In Group S.O.S. by Bonnie Culver, survivors of sexual abuse  confront each other’s strengths and weaknesses in the setting of group therapy sessions.   Each character has his own story and his own secrets which lead to a redemptive past.

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  • Group S.O.S. Female Version

    by Bonnie Culver
    • 50 Minutes
    • 6 Females

    GROUP S.O.S. by Bonnie Culver, consists of two versions of the same play, which run about an hour each. The plays are male and female explorations of a therapy group for survivors of sexual abuse in which the characters meet, clash with, and eventually work to heal one another. The language and delicacy with which the subject matter is handled makes it accessible to high school and college students, a number of whom, statistically, have probably experienced some of the situations in the plays.

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  • Between Trains

    by Juanita Rockwell
    • 70 minutes
    • 5 Male, 3 Female, Doubling Possible Cast: 7 - 14

    Wendell wakes up in a train station between Maybe and Nowhere. Inspired by Buddhist teachings on the nature of the mind, this new play, with songs written Juanita Rockwell, asks what happens when there’s an opportunity to make a choice.

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  • Sniper

    by Bonnie Culver
    • 90 Minutes
    • 8 Males; 2 Females; Doubling Possible

    Set in 1974, this play by Bonnie Culver is based on real-life sniper Anthony Barbaro. The seventeen year-old Barbaro was a Regents scholar in Olean, New York when he took two guns to a third floor window in his high school, and made history as the first of many (37 as of the year 2000) documented school shootings in the United States. At a time when our government is so intent on sniffing out foreign terrorists, this play reminds us that often terrorism can begin at home.

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    Frankenstein… or The Modern Prometheus

    by Kathleen Lockwood Mcblair
    • 120 Minutes
    • 7 Males 3 Females Max 13 Min 10 (Doubling Possible)

    Earlier versions of this adaptation have been performed in school and community theatres since 1980. Audiences love it and scream heartily every time the Creature arrives in the window. The open staging works well and makes the scene changes easy to accomplish. In one production, the Creature entered and exited through the audience, which was raked and acted as the mountain path. Parents and kids screamed together!


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  • She'll Find Her Way Home Play Script Book Cover

    She’ll Find Her Way Home

    by Valetta Anderson
    • 100 minutes
    • 2 Males, 3 Females, Min/Max 5

    This full-length drama by Valetta Anderson, tells the story of the only child of a wealthy though deceased Mississippi slaveholder. Martha Robb views her coming of age with the expectations of adolescent longings and the seemingly unending horizons promised by the victorious Union Army and her quadroon complexion. She and her lifelong and as fair complexioned friend, Thomas, could forge new lives for themselves, lives without barriers… if they could only get past her mother.

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  • Captures high and low points of a 30-year marriage.


    by Jean H. Klein
    • 45 Minutes
    • 2 Male, 1 Female, Min/Max 2

    Maggie and Sy discover each other on a park bench near the University at which they have both come to teach. What follows is a whimsical and musical overview of their courtship, marriage, parenthood,and eventual widowhood. First produced at The Venue on 35th in Norfolk, Virginia.

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  • The Selfish Giant Play Script Book Cover

    The Selfish Giant

    by Gillette Elvgren
    • 60 Minutes
    • 3 Males, 2 Females, Min/Max 5

    A full-length fantasy based on Oscar Wilde’s Story by Gillette Elvgren. This adventure tells the enchanting story of a group of city kids who discover a beautiful house and garden in the middle of their cement and broken glass environment. But they are chased off by the selfish giant, Gorgon, who places a ‘No Trespassing’ sign on the gate.  Because of his selfishness, the elements of Frost, Snow, and Hail invade his garden and transform it into a place where Spring is banished.



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  • Collection fo one act plays - robert arthur's eastern shore

    Robert Arthur’s Eastern Shore

    by Robert P. Arthur
    ROBERT ARTHUR’S EASTERN SHORE by Robert P. Arthur,  twice nominated for Virginia’s Poet Laureate: The book includes 4 one-act plays,  a selection of his award-winning poems, and “Hymn to the Chesapeake,” a play with music.   The culture of the Eastern Shore watermen and waterwomen has long been threatened by the erosion of winds off the Chesapeake Bay and a dwindling supply of crabs and “ersters” to be harvested.  These poems and plays celebrate that life and allow us, for a brief moment to share the triumph and the pain of finding one’s livelihood and reason for being in an environment that is both beautiful and unforgiving.
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  • Charming Princes and Wicked Queens

    by Mickey Coburn

    Adaptations of three favorite fairy tales, these plays for the young at heart have been produced in children’s theaters, as well as classrooms. Cinderella, The Sleeping Beauty, and Snow White count unique characters among their more familiar companions.  (The dwarves are the seven brothers Hoffenstein–Mandel, Mertel, Werther, Wenzel, Stoffel, Steffel and Fritz! The Sleeping Beauty is an adaptation of the original Perrault.)

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    Behind Closed Doors

    by Doris Gwaltney
    • 15 - 90 Minutes
    • 1+ Male 1+ Female Max 16 Min 2

    “Behind Closed Doors” is a gripping study of historical married couples set in prisons, bedrooms, palaces, gardens and a bunker. These scenes reveal dark, tense moments in lives that have been bought and sold; lived and mourned.

    NOTE: The performance fee is applicable to a production of the complete script. Prices for performance of individual monologues may be obtained by emailing HaveScripts/Blue Moon Plays at

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  • By P.A. Wray

    Nat’s Last Struggle

    by P. A. Wray
    • 60 Minutes
    • 1 Male, Min/Max 1

    A One-Act Monologue as Nat Turner Confronts His Conscience by P. A. Wray.

    Nathanial “Nat” Turner (1800-1831) was a black American slave who brought about the only direct, continuous slave rebellion (August 1831) in United States history.

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  • Shakespeare-on-the-go

    Midsummer Night’s Dream for Youth

    by Gillette Elvgren
    • 45 Minutes
    • 2 Males, 2 Females, Min/Max 4

    In this adaptation of Midsummer’s Night Dream by Gillette Elvgren, four players in a traveling clown troupe wake up one morning to discover that they have been abandoned by the other members of the company. That evening they are required to perform A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM before the local Squire and they have to madly re-invent the play so that it can be done with four clowns.

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  • Shakespeare on the go

    Macbeth for Youth

    by Gillette Elvgren
    • 45 Minutes
    • 2 Males, 2 Females, Min/Max 4

    This is an adaptation for children of Shakespeare's harrowing story of the ambitious Macbeth and Lady Macbeth as they acquire the crown of Scotland through devious means. The theme of greed and ambition is emphasized and the part of the Porter is expanded to provide more comic relief. The Porter serves as an intermediary between the play and the audience, as do the Witches, in order to make Shakespeare's story fully accessible.

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  • In the Second Place

    by B.A. Hite
    • 20 Minutes
    • 3 Males, 1 Female, Min/Max 4

    A Slice of Life Comedy by B. A. Hite about a young lawyer accidentally locks himself in a “for rent” apartment. Various residents of the building are outside the door, but one voice is especially attractive to the lawyer!

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