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Four Plays for Young Audiences By Emily Ball Cicchini
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A collection of four plays for professional actors to perform for young audiences: A Christmas Rose, A Dragon's Happy Day, Duckie Sees The World, and Just Bee. Originally commissioned and produced... More > by The Pollyanna Theatre Company in Austin, Texas. Written by award winning resident playwright Emily Ball Cicchini.< Less
Four Plays for Young Audiences By Emily Ball Cicchini
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A collection of four plays for professional actors to perform for young audiences: A Christmas Rose, A Dragon's Happy Day, Duckie Sees The World, and Just Bee. Originally commissioned and produced by... More > The Pollyanna Theatre Company in Austin, Texas. Written by award winning resident playwright Emily Ball Cicchini.< Less
Plays for Young Actors and Audiences By Matthew Everett
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Short plays for young actors and audiences including - “How The Coyote Stole Fire” - In the early days of humanity, the cold of winter caught them unprepared and undefended. The coyote... More > gathers a crew of friends to steal fire from the Fire Beings who guarded its secret so jealously. - “Bethesda” - Dennis has been admitted to the psychiatric ward. He is alone and uneasy until he receives an unexpected visitor, the ghost of a young girl named Miranda. - “Dr. Worm” - Dr. Worm has been forced out of his flooded home by a spring rain storm. After nearly stepping on the learned worm, a young boy named Pete engages him in some spirited word play. - “Champion of Breakfast” - A malicious game show host puts various breakfast foods through the tortures of the damned in order to earn the title of Champion of Breakfast. - “Snowball's Chance” - The first snowball of winter is magic. The time has come to put them to use. - Sample scenes and monologues available at www.matthewaeverett.com< Less
Plays for Young Actors and Audiences By Matthew Everett
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Short plays for young actors and audiences including - “How The Coyote Stole Fire” - In the early days of humanity, the cold of winter caught them unprepared and undefended. The coyote... More > gathers a crew of friends to steal fire from the Fire Beings who guarded its secret so jealously. - “Bethesda” - Dennis has been admitted to the psychiatric ward. He is alone and uneasy until he receives an unexpected visitor, the ghost of a young girl named Miranda. - “Dr. Worm” - Dr. Worm has been forced out of his flooded home by a spring rain storm. After nearly stepping on the learned worm, a young boy named Pete engages him in some spirited word play. - “Champion of Breakfast” - A malicious game show host puts various breakfast foods through the tortures of the damned in order to earn the title of Champion of Breakfast. - “Snowball's Chance” - The first snowball of winter is magic. The time has come to put them to use. - Sample scenes and monologues available at www.matthewaeverett.com< Less
The Magnificent Treasure: A Play for Young Audiences By Anne Nicholson
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For over a hundred years Washington Irving's story of the Spanish moor and the kind peasant has thrilled readers. Now in this theatrical adaptation, the story comes brilliantly to life in this... More > enchanting play. Winner of the Aline Bernstein Award, this stirring tale combines the eerie and the fanciful with its Spanish-Moorish setting creating a totally unique children’s play. Theatre Arts Press is proud to include this award winning play in their collection of the best in children's theatre.< Less
Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp: A Play for Young Audiences By Clare Tree Major
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All the characters from this beloved tale come marvelously to life in this fascinating play. Written by one of the foremost writers of plays for young people, the story concerns Aladdin and his quest... More > to marry Princesses Bedr-el-Budur. His plans, however, are foiled by the evil Magician who tricks Aladdin into risking his life to procure the magical lamp. Originally produced by the Children’s Theatre of America, the play toured extensively in the United States and Canada. Published by Theatre Arts Press and Childrens-Theatre-Plays.com.< Less
Box of Seven Faces and other Plays for Young Audiences By Gale Peterson
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Three play scripts by playwright, Gale Peterson, written originally for professional touring companies in California and Children's Theatre in Wyoming. From three to eight actors with performance... More > lengths about 45-50 minutes. These are tried and tested scripts performed in front of 1,000's of children.< Less
Sugar Plum Dragon and other Plays for Young Audiences By Gale Peterson
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Three plays that combine adult actors with teen and child actors; all playing their own ages. Occasionally a hand puppet adds another dimension to the mix of characters. All ages will enjoy these... More > plays!by< Less
Box of Seven Faces and other Plays for Young Audiences By Gale Peterson
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Three play scripts by playwright, Gale Peterson, written originally for professional touring companies in California and Children's Theatre in Wyoming. From three to eight actors with performance... More > lengths about 45-50 minutes. These are tried and tested scripts performed in front of 1,000's of children.< Less
The Pied Piper of Hamelin: A Play for Young Audiences By Madge Miller
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From the classic Robert Browning tale comes this imaginative dramatization by one of America’s premier children’s theatre playwrights. A plague of rats has infested the town of Hamelin. A... More > strange Piper appears with an offer to dispose of the rats and the townsfolk eagerly agree to his terms. But when the greedy townsfolk refuse to pay his fee, the Piper seeks revenge by charming away their children with his magical music. It is only until each of the townsfolk surrender the possession they love the most and learn their lesson that the spell is broken. Skillfully crafted, and at times humorously touching, Miller’s adaptation is both intelligent and entertaining. Sophisticated dialogue and intriguing characters makes this an appealing and worthy play.< Less