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  Snow White, the Evil Queen and the Three Slobs

Theatre Youth by Edith Weiss

44 pages

2 m, 4 w, 1 flexible. (Seven actors play 12 characters.)


Snow White is a dirt-smudged stable girl, innocent to the point of cluelessness, whose stepmother, the Queen, must be the most beautiful woman in all the land. But when the Magic Mirror informs the Queen that Snow White has the gift of inner beauty, the Queen goes berserk with jealousy. The Magic Mirror and the castle servants comically thwart the Queen's first attempts to poison Snow White. Fleeing into the woods, Snow White finds the House of the Three Slobs. Therein live Grouchy, Snivelly, and Slacker. They don't want to let her in, but she promises to hel...

  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...

  In the Middle

Musical Youth by Madeline Rossettini

36 pages

Large, flexible cast (approx. 17 boys and 19 girls)


If you want to know what really goes on in middle school, join these students as they perform insightful songs highlighting their monologues and scenes. "Doing the Tag" introduces friendships and rivalries, "Hanging in the Hallway" finds a girl longing for the boy of her dreams to notice her, and "I'm Hot/I'm Not" shows us all about popularity. "America" tells the troubles facing a foreign-born student, while "Cambiata" deals with the challenge of the unchanged male voice in chorus class. "Hormonal Blues" finds a boy in the throes of first love with a girl he...

  The Kids From Camelot

Musical Theatre Youth by Joseph Kochiss

0 pages

Large, flexible cast (minimum of 15)


Four timid page boys in the Court of King Arthur will soon become squires by performing acts of courage and skill. The girls of the court chide them for their fear and lack of ability. Merlin the Magician helps the boys in adventures that include rescuing their teacher, Lady Katherine; subduing the Grouchlinks, the evil slaves of Morgan LeFey; and slaying a dragon. Very clever lines with comedy situations. Some 13 songs including "I Don't Want to Go," "Knock! Knock!" "The Wishing Song," and "Dragons in England."

 

  The Magic Machine

Musical Theatre Youth by Berger And Landes

40 pages

Approx. 6 m, 5 w, 6 flexible, extras. Much doubling possible


Calvin is a slight youngster who can’t compete with the more athletically-inclined kids in the neighborhood. A wise magician lends him an old “Magic Machine.” Through its erratic powers Calvin, his best friend Jenny, and a lost dragon drop into odd versions of three fairy tales. In "The Three Little Bears" Calvin stops the bears from eating them for dinner and teaches the bears how to be happy. In "Rumpelstiltskin" Calvin helps the miller’s daughter by shouting out the evil little man’s name, and in the third story, "Alice in Wonderland," Calvin stops the cou...