Musicals

Many of our musicals have fully orchestrated rehearsal and performance CDs.  This means the first half of the CD has vocals so actors can learn the music and the second half of the CD has just instrumental tracks which you can play during your production.  

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  Stand Up and Shout – Rumpelstiltskin!

Children Musical by Kinerk and Murray

40 pages

3 m, 2 w, 1 flexible


Get the youngsters in your audience twitching their noses, making engine noises, bowing to the king, catching imaginary gold thread, and shouting out names, especially Rumpelstiltskin! With such audience participation, this fairy tale adaptation is loads of active fun. It features a braggart father, his long-suffering wife, their poor but beautiful daughter, a strict rule-enforcing chancellor; a monarch whose kingdom depends on straw being spun into gold, and of course, the mysterious little man who is willing to perform that exceptional feat – but at a treme...

  Phantom of the Soap Opera (Musical)

Musical by Craig Sodaro

73 pages

8 m, 9 w, extras


Bring the mysterious Phantom to your stage in this Broadway-quality musical with eight original songs. A Phantom, who inhabits the depths of a TV studio, creates murder and mayhem when he seizes a beautiful soap opera heroine, for whom he has an obsessive love. The cast and crew, including a haughty, aging actress, a scatterbrained secretary, an uptight director, a long-suffering writer, a leading man who is a star on a rival soap, and others are thrown into chaos. A laid-back police detective decides he'll trap the Phantom at a masquerade ball! Lighthearted ...

  Vaudeville's My Home

Musical by Ken Bradbury

71 pages

9 m, 11 w


Set in the 1920s, this semi-musical play (contains five piano songs) starts out with two vaudeville troupers who are fleeing New York following their robbery of a theatre box office. They become stranded in the village of Pleasant Corners, Ohio. Broke and hungry, they devise a plan to swindle the local populace by convincing them they have enough talent to produce their own vaudeville show to raise money for a new school. The play tryouts are hilarious: Eloise Findley, the rich spinster, recites "The Bells"; the hillbilly McDowell clan gives their own deadpan...

  The Velveteen Rabbit

Classic by George Gray

59 pages

5 m, 5 w, 12 or more flexible. (With doubling, 7 actors)


"The Velveteen Rabbit" is Margery Williams' endearing tale of love between a boy and his favorite toy. At first the Rabbit is new and lonely in the toy chest, where the other toys deride his inability to "do" anything ... until the Skin Horse teaches him "It isn't what you do, it's who you are," and sings to him about becoming REAL. Sure enough, in time, the Boy begins to love the Rabbit, and when he says to Nana, "He's not a toy!" the dream comes true. When the Boy gets scarlet fever, the Rabbit's constant vigil helps save him. But later the Doctor orders th...

  The World of Beauty and the Beast

Musical Theatre Youth by David Slater Carter Burch Jennifer Madsen

65 pages

5 m, 3 w


Here is the timeless story of how a young maiden named Beauty bravely lives in the castle of a frightening Beast, and how her gradual love for him breaks the curse he is under, turning him back into a prince. All the favorite characters are here, including a likable prince, a kind, fair person even when he is a furry beast; Beauty, a beautiful young maiden who lives up to her name in spirit and self-reliance; and a wizard who wonders why the audience doesn't delight in his evilness. Other characters include Beauty's blustery and somewhat silly father, Otto Vo...

  The Apple Kingdom

Fantasy by Carol Lynn Pearson C. Michael Perry

41 pages

4 m, 4 w, 1 boy, 1 girl + villagers 1 exterior


The people in the Apple Kingdom live on apples: apple soup, apple salad and, of course, apple pies. Jonathan and Blossom are two fun-loving but not so innocent twins and on their birthday they play a trick on the townspeople that backfires. They say that an "Applephoon" is coming that will destroy all of the apples in the kingdom's orchards. The villagers, all being selfish, immediately run to the orchards and begin picking all the apples and carrying them home by the buckets full. After all the apples are picked, the villagers find that they are stricken wit...

  Big Bad Wolf (And How He Got That Way)

Comedy Musical by Greg Palmer John Engerman

70 pages

Approx. 11 characters + townspeople


Here’s a rousing musical defense of the wolf, presented in English Panto style. Panto employs hybridized fairy tales, puns, cross-dressed characters, big-head characters, magical transformations and silliness to the max. With plot aspects from “The Three Little Pigs,” “Red Riding Hood,” “The Boy Who Cried Wolf,” and even “Frankenstein,” the pigs are shown to be the real culprits. They're clever media manipulators with strictly their own swinish interests at heart. The two-member orchestra also becomes a hilarious part of the performance as they interact with ...

  Boogie-Woogie Bugle Girls

Musical by Stephen Murray Craig Sodaro

88 pages

11 m, 17 w, extras as desired


While World War II rages, the Bugle sisters turn their Grandpa Buddy's Seaside Hotel into a canteen where sailors and soldiers can relax. Not only do the girls want to help the war effort, but they want to save the Seaside from the hands of a ruthless businessman, Skylar Schutt, who intends to buy it for back taxes. But when Schutt accuses Grandpa Buddy of being a German spy, the girls - with a little help from the Ladies' League for Coastal Defense - declare all-out war! And it isn't long before a platoon of spies surfaces! It seems everybody becomes suspici...

  Cinderabbit

Musical Theatre Youth by C. Michael Perry Mimi Bean

45 pages

8 m, 8 w, numerous flexible roles


A wonderful musical adapted from the classic Cinderella story with animal characters. Prince Richard--the Rabbit-Hearted and Princess Tabitha of the Blue Mountain Grove are the center of this adaptation. It seems that when the Grove burned down years ago, Tabitha's parents left her on the doorsteps of the Bugmerks, a family of toads on the edge of a swamp. Life is only bearable for her by her close friend and confidant, Mercedes, a mouse. When the night of the ball comes, the Bugmerks leave poor Cinderabbit behind. And who appears? Gracie--Cinderabbit's Jewis...

  Rumpelstiltskin! (Musical)

Musical Theatre Youth by Edward Gupton Duke Marsh

31 pages

Flexible cast of 12, extras


A mini-musical (45 minutes) version of the fairy tale about the tailor who, when he can't pay his taxes, promotes his daughter as being able to weave straw into gold. Luckily, a funny little man named Rumpelstiltskin gets her out of that fix and into another when she must guess his funny, not-so-little name. Perfect for children but sophisticated enough to be enjoyed by adults. The various scenes may be played before a series of simple flats connected to form a giant story book.

  The Tooth Fairy's Daughter

Comedy Musical by Elliott B. Baker

76 pages

15-24+ actors, extras


Eighteen-year-old Katie has a problem: she's a tooth fairy who wants to be a DJ. While out exploring the human world, Katie meets Max, a young man who loves everything about flight. Their growing friendship is short-lived, however, after a centennial celebration of all fairies and troublesome trolls. As a reward for keeping a promise, the trolls demand that Katie become their drudge, or servant, until the next centennial, one hundred years away. Max and several other fairies try to rescue Katie and discover a key piece of information that changes everything. ...

  Wolfmania!

Comedy Musical by Tim Kelly Larry Nestor

62 pages

Flexible cast of 20. (Approximately 7 m, 13 w, plus extras.)


Teenager Jane Hastings inherits remote and creepy Wolfbane Abbey, a combination school and clinic for students who have trouble “adjusting.” No wonder — they’re werewolves! The doctor who runs the Abbey decides Jane must be driven out of her mind so he can be trustee. This isn’t as easy as it sounds — even though the place is filled with more horrors than a wax museum. With two friends, Jane does her best to sort out the Abbey’s problem and “curse.” The characters include the bewildered police, a werewolf hunter, weird students, a gypsy who spends most of her...

  Adventures With Pinocchio

Musical Theatre Youth by Billings and Frazier

45 pages

11 principal roles, numerous supporting. Doubling possible.


Magic, morals and music highlight Pinocchio's many adventures in this hour-long show. When Geppetto carves a wooden puppet which magically springs to life, the old toy maker is thrilled by the prospect of having a real son. But the innocent Pinocchio needs to learn so many thing, and he learns them all the hard way! First he meets Sly Fox, who steals his coins then the greedy carnival master Calzoni, who tries to keep him a prisoner. He escapes only to encounter the thieving Rachel Weasely, followed by the evil witch Consuella on Party Island where playful ch...

  Clever Jack and the Magic Beanstalk

Musical Theatre Youth by Meridee Stein

30 pages

Flexible cast of 16 or more


Join Clever Jack, a loyal family cow, a Peddler who sells magical beans, a Goose that lays golden eggs, a magical Harp, a mean Giant, and other delightful characters in this rousing musical! A dozen original songs ranging from ragtime to bebop push this musical to the top! You can't help but snap your fingers to the chorus' opening song, "Long Ago," and if a softshoe number, "Two Little Lonely Bags of Money," doesn't make you want to get up and dance, we can guarantee the finale with its hoedown quality certainly will! Multiple stage levels make it easy for J...

  Donovan's Daughters (Musical)

Musical by Shirley McNichols Scott Keys

77 pages

12 m, 15 w


In 1865 Seattle, there are ten men to every woman. Surely Shamus Donovan can find his eldest daughter, Kate, a husband ("I'll Never Meet a Man"). An old Irish tradition ("Donovan's Curse") demands that the eldest marry first, but unfortunately, Kate has the disposition of a wildcat ("What I Hate Most"). While his other four lovely daughters are forced to wait ("Waiting Out the Rain"), their amorous suitors are reduced to tutoring them ("Lessons in Survival"). Borrowing from Shakespeare's "Taming of the Shrew," the men give Federal Marshal Danny O'Brien tips o...