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Stage Partners has an exciting collection of one-act and full-length plays written for virtual performances.

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  • How to Survive Being in a Shakespeare Play - Stage Partners

    How to Survive Being in a Shakespeare Play

    Written By: Don Zolidis
    Length: 30-60 minutes
    Cast Size: 10-50 actors (suggested casting: 5F, 5M, 10 any)
    Genre: Comedy
    Some day it’s going to happen: You’re going to find yourself on stage, wearing tights, and saying things in iambic pentameter. Face it, you’re in a Shakespeare play, and that means it’s a pretty good bet you’re going to DIE. The Bard is out for blood, but this play is here to stop him! How could Romeo and Juliet survive? Julius Caesar? A nameless soldier in Henry the Fifth? What if King...
  • Refresh: Short Plays for Long Distance - Stage Partners

    Refresh: Short Plays for Long Distance

    Length: Short Play Collection. Each play is 10-20 minutes.
    Cast Size: 10-20 actors (suggested casting: 6F, 5M, 9 any)
    Genre: Dramedy, Comedy, Drama
    Building a relationship over a virtual platform can be...difficult. In this collection of short plays written for virtual performance, young theatre makers explore the space that exists between us, our screens, and the person on the other side. Imagine an app that lets you talk to dead people or realize you are a character in a play. That is ending. Very soon. What if you were partnered for an on-...
  • The Pandemic That Didn't Define Them (a monologue play) - Stage Partners

    The Pandemic That Didn't Define Them (a monologue play)

    Written By: Emily Hageman
    Length: 30-80 minutes (Monologues are 5-8 minutes each)
    Cast Size: 4-16 actors (suggested casting: 1F, 15 any)
    Genre: Comedy, Drama
    A collection of monologues inspired by the hearts of young people. Each piece feels immediate and intimate as characters wrestle with the timely situations we all face. Some of the monologues are about the pandemic, some aren't, because while our kids lived through a historical event, it's not who they are.
  • Who's Got Christmas Spirit??? - a short holiday play by Rachel Bublitz in the ten-minute play collection Holly, Jolly, & Extra Folly

    Who's Got Christmas Spirit???

    Written By: Rachel Bublitz
    Length: 10 minutes
    Cast Size: 4 actors (suggested casting: 1F, 1 any))
    Genre: Comedy
    North Pole News Reports as two kids compete in Mrs. Claus' competition to see who has the most Christams Spirit - but they must join forces when there is a sudden uptick in suspicious sleigh accidents. This play is part of the short play collection Holly, Jolly, & Extra Folly  and can be licensed separately or as part of the collection.
  • Love or Something - Stage Partners

    Love or Something

    Length: 30-35 minutes
    Cast Size: 6-10 actors (suggested casting: 7F, 3M)
    Genre: Comedy
    Social Distancing has made romance...well...difficult. When the boy next door comes by to offer some neighborly advice, two cooped-up sisters seize the opportunity for a love connection from six-feet-apart. A clever Greek Chorus helps to set the stage for reconnection after a long time of sheltering in place. It may not end in happily-ever-after, but this one-act rom-com brings back some of the si...
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