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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 by... More > 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... More > by 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
Pirates!: A Play for Young Audiences By Dorothy Goulding
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Bill and Sam believe it’s going to be just another ordinary day at the sea shore when their governess, the proper Miss Smedly, take them for an outing. Unbeknownst to them, this is no ordinary... More > day for once every hundred years Cap’n Pirate and his dastardly crew return. High jinks ensures when the pirates kidnap Miss Smedly, and it’s up to the boys to rescue her in this humorous play. Comical characters and an exciting plot makes this a fun play to stage. Originally produced by the Toronto Children’s Players. Published by Classic Youth Plays which preserves the best in plays for young audiences including pioneering playwrights, plays that broke new ground, and classics that have stood the test of time.< Less
Flight: A Play for Young Audiences By Oscar Saul, Lou Lantz
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Originally produced on Broadway by the Theatre of Youth of the Federal Theatre, Flight tells the story of the pioneers of aviation. Framed around Charles Lindbergh’s historic flight across the... More > Atlantic Ocean, this ingenuous documentary dramatization incorporates ancient myths about man’s desire to fly and historic figures from the first attempts at flying by Leonardo da Vinci to the successful endeavor by the Wright brothers. Written by the award winning authors Oscar Saul and Lou Lantz, Flight brings the history of aviation vividly alive on the stage in a creative and compelling way.< Less
Aladdin: A Play for Young Audiences By Theodora DuBois
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Theodora DuBois’s adaptation of the classic story has stood the test of time. Atmospheric and fascinating in its details, the play tells the story of Aladdin and his struggles with the evil... More > Magician, who manipulates Aladdin into risking his life to retrieve the magical lamp from a dangerous cave. However, Aladdin claims the lamp as his own and his wishes come true including marrying the princess. His uncle vows revenge by kidnapping the princess and it is up to Aladdin to save her life. Dubois has created marvelous characters that make this a truly unique adaptation. The play premiered at the Children’s Theatre of New York and has consistently been included in best of children’s play lists since it was first produced. Published by Classic Youth Plays, preserving the best in innovative children and youth theatre including plays that broke new ground, pioneering playwrights, and plays that have stood the test of time.< Less
Hiawatha: A Play for Young Audiences By James Norris
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Native-American history comes to life in this true and exciting story of how Hiawatha made peace among the Iroquois and formed the first League of Nations made up of five tribes before Columbus... More > discovered America. When he is captured by the warring Chief of the Omandags, Hiawatha conceives a plan to bring all the Iroquois Chiefs together, and with the aid of an old sage he convinces the tribes that as a unit they can accomplish much in peace. The play includes colorful dances and ancient rituals making this a truly remarkable theatrical experience. Published by Classic Youth Plays, preserving the best in innovative children and youth theatre including plays that broke new ground, pioneering playwrights, and plays that have stood the test of time.< Less
YOUNG HICKORY: A Play for Young Audiences By Helen McKenna
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Developed from American history, this dramatization of Andrew Jackson’s boyhood is an effective and illuminating theatrical experience. Young Andy and his brother Robert are brought up by their... More > courageous mother to “be somebody in this world.” With the American Revolutionary War raging outside their cabin door, Andy and his family find themselves swept up in the historic battle. After joining the Colonial army, Andy and Robert are taken prisoners of war by the British army and they must survive the harsh conditions of prison until their mother negotiates their release. Written by the visionary children’s theatre director, this historical play is a moving portrait of the indomitable spirit of the Jacksons and brings vividly to life the early years of the dauntless boy who became American’s seventh President. Published by Classic Youth Plays which preserves the best in innovative youth and children’s theatre.< Less
LITTLE WOMEN: A Play for Young Audiences By Louisa May Alcott, Marian De Forest
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One of the most popular stories ever written comes to life in this sparkling adaptation that has stood the test of time. The play, which was the only authorized version of Louisa May Alcott's... More > celebrated story of the March family, was originally produced on Broadway and has a long history of popular productions. This coming of age drama focuses on the lives of the four sisters Jo, Meg, Amy and Beth as they grow into young ladies in the nineteenth-century. All the familiar scenes play out in a tapestry of New England life as the March family deals with the Civil War, young love, and the tragedy of death. Critics have hailed the play as “clever,” “exerts rare charm” and “something worth rejoicing over.” Celebrated as much today as it was when it first appeared, this timeless play exhibits the virtues of a close and loving family whose perseverance continues to inspire audiences.< Less