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4 Hilarious Plays for Every Kind of Summer Vacation

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Gearing up for summer? Get ready for all-caps FUN with these plays for young actors guaranteed to make a splash with your student performers! From hopeless high school romantics to aspiring YouTubers to Pokémon-obsessed gamers, Stage Partners has great new plays for all kinds of young artists and audiences. As always you can read all our plays for free!

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Spring into Summer with 5 new one-acts! 🙌

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Five one-acts! One mystery... One comedy... One tragedy... One parody... One drama... ALL free to read!

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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: 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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Playwright Q&A: Claudia Haas, author of Antigone in Munich

Posted by Jason Pizzarello on

Sophie Scholl was a member of the White Rose Society in Nazi Germany which encouraged passive resistance against the totalitarian government. Antigone in Munich chronicles her coming of age and development from bystander to witness to activist -- inspired by Sophocles' Greek tragedy Antigone which asks “What do you do when the laws of man contradict the laws of God?”

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