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CRAMALOT
By: Laurie Bryant
(: 60 : 7 , 5 , 12 , 24 
     : 4-10 )
A narrator introduces the audience to a time long past, where young academic-minded people were mired in an educational culture that didn’t meet their needs. Arising from the mass of mediocrity is Arthur, who assumed his rightful destiny as King of the Students when, as a lad, he laid hands on Excalibur, a text of extraordinary length that he alone could read...  read more
THE GOLDEN RULES OF ACTING
By: Andy Nyman
"The book won't tell you how to act, but will tell you how to be an actor, how to stay sane and succeed in any creative position, if you have a dream and want to make it a reality it'll offer you properly useful advice. It's one of those books that helps you know yourself, ask the right questions, and reminds you to be happy. It is truthful, eye-opening and...  read more
GREAT MOMENTS IN THE THEATRE
By: Benedict Nightingale
Renowned critic Benedict Nightingale, who served as chief theatre critic for the London Times from 1990–2010, collects what he considers the greatest moments from the past 2,500 years of theater. His informative and entertaining essays cover and celebrate a vast array of diverse, historical and important openings and events.
MAKE IT MYSTERY
By: Craig Sodaro
Better by the dozen! This book of twelve royalty-free mystery plays allows you to choose from a wide variety of plays to fit whatever your current staging and casting needs may be. They are especially workable for middle schools and high schools, but they may be performed by actors of all ages. Each of the plays in this drama text has an element of mystery that...  read more
ONE TOY FOR CHRISTMAS
By: Geff Moyer
(: 45 : 4 , 2 , 2 , 8 
     : 1-10 )
This fast-paced, witty play blends zany animal characters with a boy who is fearful that Santa will not be able to find him. The laughs will keep rolling as we join a small group of hungry forest animals in a desperate search for food on Christmas Eve. In the midst of their search, distant bells are heard and a wind-up soldier (mime role) plummets from the sky...  read more
PRINCESS DIANA (SMALL CAST)
By: Karen Sokolof Javitch, Elaine Jabenis
(: 120 : 6-13 , 5-14 , 0-3 , 11-30 
     : 0-20 )
PRINCESS DIANA: THE MUSICAL tells the story of Charles and Diana, focusing on their courtship, their marriage and her relationship with the public and the rest of the royal family. The musical culminates with her divorce, but ends after her tragic death. As the musical progresses, it portrays the evolution of the young Diana into the intelligent...  read more
ROMEO AND WHAT'S HER NAME
By: Rusty Harding
(: 10 : 1 , 2 , 1 , 4 
     )
A harried director has only two weeks to bring Shakespeare's timeless classic to life, but he's never auditioned a Juliet quite like this.
THE THINK TANK
By: Frank Ritter
(: 10 : 3 , 6 , 3 , 12 
     )
At times like this, a man needs ideas. Good, bad, small, and brilliant ideas. Zoom-in on Man’s Mind, with help from the emotions department and the imagination department, as he wrestles with ambitious new ideas that may save his job and his company. And watch as the mind chooses which idea will prevail. The answer may surprise you in The Think Tank.
WHAT'S IN THE BOX?
By: Jason Newkirk
(: 10 : 2 , 2 
     )
To what extent will one go to satisfy their curiosity? This refreshing play, about the journey to find truth, is perfect for all actors. But remember, curiosity killed the cat. So, What’s In The Box?
THE WORST PRODUCTION OF THE SNOW QUEEN EVER
By: Kemuel DeMoville
(: 70 : 6 , 5 , 14 , 25 
     : 1-10 )
In this wonderfully imaginative play-within-a-play, student actors are on set to produce Hans Christian Anderson's classic fairy tale The Snow Queen. Like all great fairy tales, this play has everything including a self-absorbed narrator, orphans, talking flowers, robber children, guards that occasionally guard, and ditsy snowflakes who all try to help...  read more