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- 30 minutes
- 3 Males, 3 Females, Min/Max 6
In this one-act drama Joshua Blanchard is getting ready to leave Kansas to head west on the Oregon Trail in l835. On this climactic day, his youngest son dies, his daughter decides to marry and stay at home, and he has an important confrontation with his wife.
Performs well for middle school, high school, community theater. Great for Reader’s Theater, especially tied into a history or social studies class.Read More
Herschel and Happy
- 60 Minutes
- 2 Males, 2 Females, Min/Max 4
Herschel and Happy, a play for children by Mickey Coburn, consists of 3 short plays which follow two wandering friends who can’t stay out of mischief. These plays are highly participatory for a younger audience. The show lasts approximately an hour.
Written for children, to be performed by adults. The show tours easily with simple sets, costumes, and props.
Downloadable, printable PDF available.Read More
- 45 Minutes
- 7 Women
In this one-act comedy musical by Cindy Rock Dlugolecki, the Fairy Godmother is announcing her retirement! What are they ever to do? At first, Goldilocks, Aurora, Cinderella and other fairy tale heroines go into a tizzy. But then, they begin to question the shallowness of their lives. Are they what heroines should be? Why do they always need to be rescued by handsome princes? What kind of life is that? It’s time for change!!!
A fairy-tale for our times with a new message for young girls and women.Read More
- 45 Minutes
- 1 Male 1 Female Max 6 Min 2
With roots in the morality play, EVERYMAN, this fun participatory play for children by Gillettte Elvgren, depicts the adventures of two contemporary kids, Everygirl and Everyboy as they explore some of the temptations of our American culture. The kids decide they don’t need each other and take off separately into the adult worlds of Moneyland, Beautyland, Factland and Success City. Can be performed for and by children.Read More
Baba Yaga Acts Up
- 60 Minutes
- 2 Males, 2 Females, Max cast 5, Min cast 4
Based on the legends of the Russian Witch, these six plays portray a whacky witch who is more funny than frightening. The ethnic flavor of the plays appeals to all audiences. Three episodes run about an hour; six episodes are included for mixing and matching depending on the needs of the young audience. A one-act play script for Children;s Theater and Community Theater groups to perform for kids.Read More