Twenty one-page scenes that can be acted out immediately!

How to create and perform a play with your students in one day! Great spring performance idea or fundraiser.

24 page outline for a variety show featuring the work of Dr. Seuss!

One-act modern day parody of Pygmalion. 14 characters. 30 minutes. Ages 12 and up.

35 minutes. 13 characters. Best for older students.

40 minutes long. Parts for 15+ characters (flexible cast). Greek tragedy best suited for older students.

35-40 minutes long. Parts for 15+ characters (flexible cast). Best suited for ages 13-16.

A long collection of epitaphs delivered by the (fictitious) deceased residents of Spoon River. Each page is designed to print out the monologues without having them cross over onto another page.

Here is the entire play reduced to nine scenes on six pages featuring nine characters!

Four edited scenes from the play, plus a three-page version of ‘Midsummer Night’s Dream!’

Three versions of Romeo and Juliet in ten lines, a three page version of the play and more!

Three short versions of Shakespeare’s play, Hamlet.

Two fantastic short versions of Shakespeare’s play, Macbeth.

Two scripted versions of Shakespeare’s play ‘Much Ado About Nothing.’ Two-page version and ten-minute version!

Two scripted versions of Shakespeare’s play ‘Twelfth Night.’ Two-page version and ten-minute version!

Here are three high-energy short scripts to use when teaching melodrama!

Hilarious short holiday play for 10 characters, ages 9 and up!

8 parts, 9 pages. Short script for use in a directing class.

15 parts. Flexible casting. For ages 12 and up. Ten-fifteen minutes run-time.

15 parts. Flexible casting. For ages 12 and up. Ten-fifteen minutes run-time.

14 parts. For ages 12 and up. Twisted fairy tale script!

13-17 characters. 14 pages, approximately 18-20 minutes running time. Original story about fairies who play pranks on humans. For ages 12 and up.