New Zoom Play and Other Popular Titles
What could go wrong when a group of patients at the Sunnyvale Insane Asylum decide to put on an evening of Edgar Allan Poe works for the public?
"Giving a small theater like ours an inexpensive piece that we could produce during the shutdown was so great of you. It was so nice to be able to create theatre again after 8 long weeks. The cast had a wonderful time with it and audiences loved it. We had nothing but positive comments and thanks for 'much needed laughs.' We did the show as free and asked for donations, and we raised nearly $1000."
- Bell Tower Theater, Dubuque, IA
Theatre and connection are more important than ever. These resources can help your theatre group address current events.
This spring is the perfect time to honor the Bard and entertain your audiences. Why not celebrate Shakespeare's birthday with a show?
Two new farces:
These mysteries are for you!
Community Theatre and School Theatre 1950s Plays
Classic to Comedic Adaptations of Little Women
Did you miss any of these new plays or musicals? This year Eldridge released more shows than ever! We read hundreds of submissions each year and our editors select the best for your theatres. We have a little something for everyone.