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  That's Princess ... With A Pea!

Comedy Musical by Elliott B. Baker

67 pages

8 m, 8 w, 12 or more flexible


Prince Fred wants more than anything to find the princess of his dreams. His mother, the queen, wants to stay young – in other words, no marriage and no grandchildren! And that means no partying or dancing. To preserve the appearance that the queen wants Fred to marry, the kingdom has advertised far and wide for a suitable princess. Unfortunately, the outlook is bleak until the Jester finds an incognito princess. Tired of being deluged with unsuitable suitors proposed by her military-like father, Princess Philamena has escaped and taken employment in Fred’s p...

  Pom-Pom Zombies

Musical by Stephen Murray

57 pages

7 m, 17 w, 5 flexible, extras


It's the 1960s, a big nuclear blast to the past! School's out for the summer, and the teenagers of Ocean View High are ready to surf, sun and have some fun. Their favorite hangout is Barnacle Betty's Beach Club, which happens to be right next door to the evil Ivana Ratnik's nuclear power plant. But, ooops! Cindy Sue, the head cheerleader, accidentally gets some nuclear slime on her hot dog instead of pickle relish, and soon the beach is overrun with pom-pom wielding zombies! Her all-American boyfriend, the beatniks, the nerds and the tough girl gang named the...

  Musical! The Bard Is Back!

Musical by Stephen Murray

76 pages

8 m, 14 w, chorus


The students of Hilltop High are excited! They're going to put on a musical of "Romeo and Juliet." However, the director, Miss Peggy Donahue, pressed into service by a principal eager to please his superindendent, is horrified. Twenty years before, when she was a student at Hilltop, she starred in a disastrous production of Shakespeare's "Scottish Play," and she believes the curse lingers on. Sure enough, everthing that can go wrong, does. The set for the balcony scene collapses, Juliet breaks her leg, her replacement develops laryngitis, and the semi-deaf co...

  A Christmas Carol - Sodaro/Keys

Christmas Classic Holiday Musical by Craig Sodaro

53 pages

Flexible cast up to 42


Here is a holiday treasure with a beautiful variety of music, from the cheery "A Fifteen Shilling Christmas," and "The Fezziwig Ball," to the dramatic "Link by Link," and "Make Each Day Count." There's also the bright song, "The Spirit of Christmas," and the unforgettable closing number, "God Bless Us, Everyone." The story stays close to Dickens' original novel in dialogue, but adds additional speaking roles for great casting flexibility. Along with the hard-hearted Scrooge, the Christmas Spirits, the Cratchit family and the beloved Tiny Tim, there are carole...

  Don't Rock the Boat (Musical)

Musical by Tim Kelly Larry Nestor

74 pages

11 m, 14 w, extras


Get out the "laugh" preservers for this rollicking musical that takes place on a wacky cruise ship. The ship is a converted gunboat manned by a crew of rejects from Maritime High School, a seasick engineer, an ambitious but very young captain, a gung-ho nurse, and a trio of girl singers who are passing themselves off as a famous show biz act. Everybody gets a chance to sing with the 10 rollicking, lyrical songs. The nervous crew sings, "There's a Hurricane Headed This Way" while the trio performs, "We Sing Loud, We Sing Clear." Among the loopy passengers, Hon...

  Robin Hood - Tales of Ye Merry Woode

Musical by Murdock And Jensen

72 pages

Large, flexible cast (21 m, 16 w, extras. Doubling possible.)


In this fun retelling of the Robin Hood story the greedy Prince John is joined by his evil sister, Lady Kate. They plan to catch Robin Hood, defender of the poor, by forcing Maid Marian to marry the Prince. Not only will John and Kate gain Marian’s riches, but trap Robin Hood when he tries to rescue her. Marian and her friend Lady Beatrice disguise themselves in men's clothing to find Robin to warn him of the scheme. But when Robin and his friend Will Scarlet encounter these two “men,” a swordfight ensues! Meanwhile, the Sheriff’s men, Gilbert and Goose, are ...