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|THE PRINCESS KNIGHT - by M. Follose|
|The best swordsman in all of Glyndufn (Princess Aurora) happens to wear a dress and the second bravest knight in the land (Prince Durum) falls head over sword in love with her. As you might have guessed, this is not your normal, everyday, run-of-the-mill sort of kingdom. For the most part, the kingdom of Glyndufn is under female-rule and Princess Aurora’s refusal to act like a proper... read more|
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|My Most Embarrassing Stage Experience Ever|
|Confession: I am not an actor. I suffer from horrible stage fright, or as I learned from Google, I have Glossophobia. Don’t get me wrong, I love theatre and I dabbled in everything before deciding that directing was my passion. In order to become a better director, I thought it would be a good idea to get some acting experience. That’s when I decided to participate in my university's cattle call auditions that tormented all the performers in the department every year.|
I had two great monologues from classic plays: God’s Country and A Midsummer Night’s Dream. I memorized and memorized and memorized. I felt ready―nervous,... read more
|FALL FOR ONE OF THESE GREAT PLAYS! |
|ABBOTT AND COSTELLO, by J. Mayer|
|BOXED IN, by B. Kingsland|
|CHASING CHARMING, by A. Vance|
|THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME, by C. Stump|
|A KNIGHT IN MY LOCKER, by C. Burruto|
|LET'S HANG HIM AND READ THE WILL, by P. Cook|
|THE MADRIGAL DINNER, by K. Kelleher|
|A NEVERLAND CHRISTMAS CAROL, by S. Verrilli|
|OUT OF GOLD, by B. Feehan|
|THE PUPPET MASTER, by D. Jeffery|
|RACHAEL CORY, by R. Wing|
|THE SCOTTISH PLAY, by M. Willis|
|THEE AND THOU, by B. Jones|
|TWIN DESPERADOS, by C. Villa, G. Atkins|
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New Titles Coming Soon:
Adventures of Alice in Wonderland by G. Truelove and T. Barton
Don't Be So Hard on Your Shelf by Scott Haan
John Watson's Body by C.P. Stancich
Original Cast by Mike Willis
|ABBOTT AND COSTELLO|
In this new take on Abbott and Costello’s famous comedy skit “Who’s on First,” two teenage performers try, rather unsuccessfully, to rehearse a scene for their drama class. What they succeed in performing is a hilarious scene full of wit and comedic miscommunication.
It's a tough economy, and Delaney is sure her boss is planning to give her a pink slip. But her boss can't fire her if she can't find her! When Delaney decides to hide in a cardboard box in the break room until the crisis passes, it's up to her long-suffering co-worker Jill to pretend nothing is going on which would be a lot easier if the box would stay quiet.
Chaos and comedy ensue when a blundering young narrator discovers that Prince Charming has been kidnapped by the evil witch Hagragard. The narrator struggles to save her family honor while her well-meaning Fairy Godmother mistakenly sends not one, but six fairytale princesses (and Goldilocks) to the rescue. Will a needy dragon, a score of evil minions and big princess...
|THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME|
Quasimodo, a deformed but lovable man, has spent his entire life within the walls of the cathedral of Notre Dame. With some urging from two zany nuns, he attends the Festival of Fools. Though he is crowned the King of Fools (the ugliest person at the festival), his guardian, Archdeacon Frollo, is enormously displeased with Quasimodo. Frollo forbids Quasimodo to leave Notre...
|A KNIGHT IN MY LOCKER|
When the great kingdom of Aragonia is in danger of falling into the wrong hands, it's up to Princess Tuesday to flee the middle ages and return with a hero. After biting into a magic apple, she lands at Fairfield Middle School and meets "Sir Wallace of Fairfield School." The students, along with Princess Tuesday, outwit teachers, bullies, and the Aragonian Army to save her...
|LET'S HANG HIM AND READ THE WILL|
All is not well in the little burg of Beautyrest Springs. It’s most prominent (and hated) citizen, F. Mycroft Tanner, did himself in. At least, that’s what Sheriff Harold Tyred reports in between his visits with Martha, the maid, who was also seeing Percy, the gardener, who is sweet on Freida, the reporter, who really wants the inside scoop on Mycroft’s death (and his rather...
|THE MADRIGAL DINNER|
Join the royal court of King Henry CMXLII for a night of frolic and fancy you won't soon forget! A host of wacky characters spreads the fun around thickly as your audience, playing the part of esteemed Renaissance dinner guests, experience non-stop mirth and music in this laugh-out-loud comedy for all ages. Sight gags, slapstick, and mind-wrenching word humor will have you...
|A NEVERLAND CHRISTMAS CAROL|
From the moment Peter Pan eavesdrops at the Darling’s nursery window and overhears Mrs. Darling reading "A Christmas Carol" to her children, Christmas becomes more spirited than ever before! Come along on this grand holiday adventure as Wendy and her brothers accompany Peter back to Neverland to share the story of Scrooge and teach the Lost Boys the traditions of Christmas....
|OUT OF GOLD|
A man visits a doctor because he believes that he is turning into straw.
|THE PUPPET MASTER|
Popular high-school senior Robyn is the puppet master, a scheming gossiper who creates rumors to entertain herself and get revenge. Told through the eyes of 12 stereotypical high school seniors we see the life altering impact gossip has in high school students’ lives. Four separate rumors are spread each with powerful and everlasting consequences. This realistic drama mixes...
Rachael Cory has it all - or so she is told. Beautiful, smart, loving and responsible, she's everything we want to be, or is she? As Rachael replays the events of her high school graduation party, the audience learns that she has been betrayed by her best friend, dumped by her boyfriend, berated by her sister, used as a marriage counselor by her parents, and hero-worshipped...
|THE SCOTTISH PLAY|
The Scottish Play is an adaptation of Shakespeare’s Macbeth. The play is set on a bare stage where a high school drama group has gathered to work on the set for their upcoming production of Macbeth. The students fall into a trance and begin to act out the Macduff-Macbeth confrontation scene with the witches. With the aid of the stage manager, the student...
|THEE AND THOU|
Mistaken identity, love lost and found, and temperamental actors combine to create chaos and fun in this hilarious comedy. Set during Elizabethan England in The Globe Theatre, Shakespeare and Burbage are planning rehearsals for one of Will's plays, Julius Caesar. As the actors banter back and forth, a roguish highwayman and his partner break into The Globe, one of them...
|O. Henry Series|
Here they are! Selections from O. Henry's short stories in our popular ten minute play format. These plays deliver the same classic wit, humor and surprise endings characteristic of O. Henry's stories. This distinctive style will be cherished by those familiar with O. Henry and truly enjoyed by newcomers.
|Grappling With Grammar Series|
Who says grappling with grammar has to be a grind? Part of our unique Grammar Series in the popular ten-minute format, which blends performing arts with English studies.
|The Maxwell Family Classics Series|
Come meet the Maxwells and you will instantly become part of the family. These classic plays are full of comedy and you are given a "ring side" seat in watching the humor of everyday life unfold before your eyes.
|The Virgil Series|
Come to Lickskillet and join in the adventures of America's #1 family, the Sludges, a clan of fairly unremarkable, but kindly folk, that are guaranteed to keep you in stitches. As you ease back in your chair to enter the slow lane, be prepared for uproarious laughter with a smattering of life's lessons.
|Mastering Math Series|
The Mastering Math Series inspires knowledge and mathematical concepts through story theatre. Each ten-minute play uses Alberto's family and friends to introduce a new math concept to your students by actively engaging them with humorous dialogue and visual demonstration. This non-traditional, interdisciplinary approach has proven to be a fun, effective means of not only teaching, but also instilling a love of mathematics!
The ridiculously talented Joseph Sorrentino brings you four ten minute plays featuring the famously funny duo, Frank and Harry. Clifford A. Ridley, Philadelphia Inquirer's theater critic, summed it up best when he said, "Frankly, or maybe Harrily, he can't write these clever scripts fast enough to suit me."
A group of plays based on short stories by Hector Hugh Munro (18 December 1870 – 13 November 1916), better known by the pen name Saki, who was a British writer that pulled no punches in satirizing society and culture. Saki is considered a master of the short story and is often compared to O. Henry and Dorothy Parker. His tales feature delicately drawn characters and finely judged narratives. As short plays, you are sure to find them as witty and enlightening today as they were then.