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6 Mystery Plays Perfect for School Theater Productions

Posted by Chris Barlow on

Spooky, silly, and so much more! Stage Partners has mysteries for audiences of all ages, from Jonathan Rand’s kid-friendly Law & Order Fairy Tale Unit (Episode 2) to laugh-out-loud middle school plays and bone-chilling high school dramas. Best of all you can read them FOR FREE!

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Playwright Q&A with Janet Allard and Michael Bigelow Dixon, authors of Alice in Winter Wonderland

Posted by Jason Pizzarello on

Interview with playwrights Janet Allard and Michael Bigelow Dixon about their new play adaptation for young actors and audiences, Alice in Winter Wonderland. This large-cast imaginative drama comedy comedy is inspired by the stories and characters created by Lewis Carroll. Perfect for schools and community theaters!

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Playwright Q&A with Don Zolidis, author of The Seven Torments of Amy and Craig

Posted by Jason Pizzarello on

In non-chronological order, Amy and Craig dissect and examine their tortuous first love affair in scenes that are both heartbreaking and hilarious. From their initial coupling on a second trip, to a series of increasingly awful disasters, this scabrously funny play tears apart the idea of true love...and maybe puts it back together again?

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Playwright Q&A: Werner Trieschmann, author of Fake News!

Posted by Jason Pizzarello on

This large-cast one-act comedy features two ridiculous KFKE news anchors as they get the real fake scoop including an interview with an unfrozen cave man, a revealing expose on the mysterious Illuminati, and a prospector mining for gold. And stay tuned for the weatherman, Bob Deepmantan, who claims it’s 97 degrees in the middle of January. Will the KFKE’s broadcast end before or after the massive alien invasion?!

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Introducing... Shakespeare, Clearly

Posted by Maria McConville on

These straightforward Shakespeare adaptations mixing contemporary and classical language emphasizes story and character rather than the poetry. Master director and acclaimed playwright Jon Jory has reimagined the classic tales to serve as an early introduction for younger audiences and actors that allows easy involvement. Inventive yet faithful, these adaptations will inspire actors and audiences alike to revisit Shakespeare’s original texts. Gender-neutral casting is encouraged and doubling is possible. Simple stage allows for a fluid and forward moving production.

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