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THE THEATRE OF RUTH BADER GINSBURG
THE THEATRE OF RUTH BADER GINSBURG
By J. Reuler, M. Dixon
8 Supreme Court cases focusing on bias and ethics, featuring Ruth Bader Ginsburg, either adjudicating as a Justice or arguing as a lawyer on each case. Each edited oral argument lasts 15-20 minutes and can be performed by a cast of 4 or more actors. At the heart of the project is role-playing, which encourages students to invest their personal passions and beliefs in a constitutional... read more
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ANNE OF GREEN GABLES, by J. Arnold
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, by J. Arnold
CANST THOU HEAREST THEE NOW?, by Z. Rammelsberg
CINDERELLA (ARNOLD), by J. Arnold
HOOD: THE MUSICAL, by A. Brown, S. Williamson
LITTLE WOMEN, by M. Buchanan
MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM
  by W. Shakespeare, A. Gonzalez, Ph.D.
SLEEPING BEAUTY: RISE AND SHINE
  by K. Jones, J. Strawn, C. Jones
A TALE OF TWO CITIES, by B. Kingsland
WILDE AT HEART, by J. Boustead
  
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ANNE OF GREEN GABLES
Meet Anne with an E! Elderly siblings Marilla and Matthew Cuthbert asked the orphanage for a boy. What they got was Anne Shirley––a plucky redhead with a huge imagination (and an even bigger temper!) Soon, Anne burrows her way into the hearts of the Cuthberts, and the residents of Avonlea, as she grows from a hysterical twelve-year-old to a whip smart young woman who burns...
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
Beauty asked only for a rose. When her father picks one from a castle garden, he must pay the ultimate price. Unwilling to let her father die, Beauty takes his place as prisoner to a volatile Beast. But Beauty's spirit cannot be broken, and soon the Beast softens. The castle and its cursed inhabitants thrive with Beauty's presence, and she cannot help but fall in love with her...
CANST THOU HEAREST THEE NOW?
A modern-day take on Romeo and Juliet where two cell line-crossed lovers are kept apart because they come from two separate operating systems (or families): The Applelets and the MontaGoogles. With help from Siri and Andy and some familiar Shakespearean characters, they try to overcome their barriers and communicate.
CINDERELLA (ARNOLD)
“Wear the rags. Sleep by the fireplace. Be a good girl, keep silent. Go to the ball, dance with the prince. Hope he figures out how to save you. Yes, madame. No, madame. Be kind. Be complacent––Wow. Forget. That.” This is not your average Cinderella story––Ella’s got grit and moxie.

A plague ravages the kingdom taking the life of Ella’s mother and brother, causing...

HOOD: THE MUSICAL
“It's the Twelfth Century, England, once a proud and honorable land is now held in the clutches of terror. Freedom of speech is a thing of the past, an evil force sweeps through the land. Can this evil be opposed? One mans belief is often not enough to change anything, but where that belief inspires others, there is hope. There once lived such a man... his name, was Robin...
LITTLE WOMEN
Based on the cherished novel by Louisa May Alcott, Little Women tells the story of the four March Girls, Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy, as they grow to adulthood in Civil War era New England. The girls endure hardships and privations, and eventually even a tragic loss, but their courage, their love for each other, and the strength of their family bond never fade. This...
MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM
Four frustrated lovers – Hermia, Lysander, Demetrius, and Helena – facing an angry father’s (Egeus) arranged marriage plans enforced by the duke (Theseus), flee their home in the Athenian court for the nearby forest. At the same time, a group of village tradesmen gather in that forest to rehearse a play to present to the Athenian royal court. There they all encounter a band of...
SLEEPING BEAUTY: RISE AND SHINE
This steam punk fairy tale cleverly deconstructs the traditional Princess stereotype with humor, heart and an empowering rock musical score.

Princess Aurora, a bold, unconventional young heroine princess defies the age-old tradition of attending "Princess School." As her eighteenth birthday nears she encounters an evil witch and a cursed spinning wheel. Aurora is...

A TALE OF TWO CITIES
Charles Dickens's masterpiece about the people of France and Britain during the Reign of Terror is vividly brought to life in Ben Kingsland's brisk, bold adaptation. Justice, sacrifice, class, love, and duty are put to the test as leaders are beheaded and a people rebel. As blood flows in the streets, is anyone truly innocent?
WILDE AT HEART
Oscar hates stories, but when he disturbs Once, Upon, and a Time, his world is thrown upside down as he learns about courage, greed, and forgiveness in this wonderful adaptation based on Oscar Wilde's well-known The Star-Child.