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By: Wade BradfordAdd to Wish List
Script: $8.50
Notebook Script: $16.75
   (8.5 x 11 3-ring binder with large margins for notes)
First Performance Royalty: $75.00
Each Additional Performance: $75.00
Limited Video Rights: $30.00  (See FAQ for full description.)
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Type: Full Length Play
Genres: Comedy, Fantasy, Classics
Themes: Classic Adaptations, Detectives/Sherlock Holmes
Running Time: 90 minutes
Speaking Cast: 7 females, 7 males, 14 total cast
Flexibility: 0-10 extras, gender flexible
ISBN: 978-1-61588-023-2
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Customer Comments:
By Michelle Lea Bullock - DirectorProducer - Fairwinds Christian School
Our cast had such a fun time with this play. The humor was fitting for adults and children. The subtle literary and movie references were caught by most adults and they loved them. Visually the younger children loved this even if they couldn't follow the story.
By Leona Rega - Director - Tamaqua Community Art Center
This script has a great mix of comedy and story line. With a wide range of ages, this is a good show for the entire family to participate in or watch.
By Eric Holsen - Director - South St. Paul Public Schools
This was a great script for my 7-9 grade cast. The audiences loved the sense of humor and the length of the play.
By Christi Greathouse - Director - Parkersburg Catholic High School
Our students loved this play. The audience couldn't stop laughing. It was a huge hit.
By Barbra Drake - Director - School District of LaFarge
I highly recommend this title. The cast and crowd absolutely loved it!
By Jane Ford - Director - Okawville High School Drama Club
My high school drama club thoroughly enjoyed this play. It was hilarious from the start; a contemporary twist on an old story, and huge fun for the audience. It will be difficult to find one any better to perform. We would highly recommend CSI: Neverland!!
By Stacy - Actor - Savanna High School
When I found this play, my director was in hysterics from the FIRST page. This play is funny just to read, so imagine watching actors play the parts and say the lines! This is totally lol funny and EVERYONE WILL ENJOY IT. It is perfect for younger audiences, but also has brilliant comedy and perspective for adults. I highly recommend CSI - NEVERLAND for Junior High thru College. It is truly Hilarious!!
"All shadows, except one shadow." CSI meets Neverland in this marvelous merger of comedic mayhem. Murk and Tinker, Fairy Forensics Officers, are investigating the mysterious murder of Peter Pantaloon's shadow. Their prime suspect is Head Librarian Brenda Brooks who despises Seuss, Hogwarts, giant peaches, and the boy who refuses to grow up. As Peter clearly laments the loss of his shadow, they whisk Brenda away for questioning and throw her in a lineup with the infamous Captain Sharp. Meanwhile, Tink pays the Lab Rats a visit only to discover that the culprit could quite possibly be the crocodile. When Tink finally meets up with croc's family, she discovers that the croc couldn't have committed the murder because the croc died from eating one too many dinghys and a poisonous Red Herring. When Murk and Tinker persuade Captain Sharp's girlfriend, Penelope Moppins, to go undercover after Captain Sharp, Brenda Brooks makes a startling discovery...Peter Pantaloon's shadow was maliciously murdered by Neverland's poisonous Red Herring. She also rediscovers love and a love for reading the classics.

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