18 Characters 17M 1W Doubling possible. Some open casting
Robert Louis Sevenson's classic tale of pirates, doubloons, and double-crossing comes to life in this adaptation that is heavy on adventure and humor while remaining faithful to the original. Young Jim Hawkins discovers a treasure map among the effects of a dead pirate and is immediately plunged into a sea voyage to find the buried treasure. On the way he meets Long John Silver, a cook with one leg, a parrot, and something more up his sleeve. This tale of an unlikely friendship between two even more unlikely people and the sacrifices honor demands of those who call themselves "mates", has delighted audiences for generations. This adaptation will do the same. From youngest to oldest, you'll love the trip to Treasure Island.
CAT AND MOUSE
12 Characters 4M 8W
In the style of classic Mystery plays Comes Cat and Mouse. Rick R. Mortiss has died, and his "friends" and family gather at his secluded mansion for the reading of his will. But a storm, power outage, and a decidedly unlucky lack of internet strand everyone for the night. And then people start dying, one by one. With nods to all the great classic mysteries, Cat and Mouse is funny, yet frightening, filled with some truly impressive deaths and more impressively painful puns. Adults and young audiences alike will love it.
BATTLE FOR CAMELOT
20 Characters 6M 5W Rest open. Doubling Possible.
The legend of King Arthur comes to glorious, violent life in this Celtic-rooted adaptation spanning the time when Christianity spread throughout the land and the old ways of magic were replaced. The Lady of the Lake takes us through the story of Arthur, son of Uther, who came from obscurity to become the greatest King of England, learning the difference between Might and Right. Battles abound in this adaptation, with every character involved in combat, including Arthur's wild bride. It's a rollicking, humorous, touching, and affecting story of a young man fulfilling a destiny he never knew he had to bring what peace he could.
THE 1ST ANNUAL GENERIC HIGH SCHOOL GLEEFUL TALENT SHOW
15 Characters 5M 5W 5 Open Some doubling possible
Morris Zacharian is the coolest kid in school--with an unfortunate addiction to betting on reality TV. And now he's in deep debt with a couple of tough guys coming to collect. But he has a plan. And so starts this hilarious show in the style of all the great farces. Throw in a nervous sidekick, three people all named Jordan, only one of whom is male, three heavy metal enthusiasts who want to "help", three identical gym bags, and money raised to fund the high school's first ever talent show, and you have the makings of the most ridiculous, mistaken-identity-prone, pun-filled, door slamming good time ever. Totally family friendly, this farce lets everyone in on the joke. Laugh yourself silly with the 1st Annual Generic High School Gleeful Talent Show