Musicals

4 A.M. by Jonathan Dorf and Alison Wood

Musical. 75 - 85 minutes. 4+ males, 4+ females (8-40+ performers possible).
High school and older performers, middle school and older audiences.

A world full of teen characters, ranging from a lonely short-wave radio DJ to a modern Romeo and Juliet to the writer of a most unusual letter, try to balance their fears and dreams as the rest of the world sleeps.


Alice on the Other Side by Matt Buchanan

Musical. 90 - 100 minutes. Flexible cast of 30+.
Middle school and older performers, elementary school and older audiences.

Follow Alice as she discovers the bewildering world on the other side of the mirror in this musical adaptation of Lewis Carroll's Through the Looking Glass.


Alley Dog by Paul Lewis

Musical. 110 - 125 minutes. 6 males, 5 females, 15+ either (10-50+ performers possible).
High school and older performers, elementary school and older audiences.

A musical, modernized retelling of a story from The Odyssey, in which a dog stubbornly awaits a missing soldier's return from the Korean War, long after everyone else has lost hope of ever seeing him again.


The Argonauts by Flip Kobler and Cindy Marcus and Dennis Poore

Musical. 55 - 65 minutes. 6-14+ females, 6-14+ males (15-45+ performers possible).
High school and older performers, middle school and older audiences.

Jason's mythological quest for the Golden Fleece mashes up with modern times and rock & roll.


Brats in Space by Steve Flowers

Musical. 45 - 60 minutes. 7-9 males, 8-15 females, 9+ either (15-35 performers possible).
Elementary school and older.

When a fed up principal ships a group of bratty middle school students off into space and they encounter a group of bratty aliens on another planet...what will happen when brats collide?


The Buttonhole Bandit by Fengar Gael and Michael Silversher

Musical. 60 minutes, 3-6 males, 3-6 females (6-12 performers possible).
All ages.

Little Phoebe spends her after school hours cowering in a closet -- until she spies a moth flying through a buttonhole that draws her in, hurling her into an alien galaxy and a perilous journey of self discovery.


Camp Monster by Kris Kukul and Sharyn Rothstein

Musical. 60 - 75 minutes. 7-11 males, 8-11 females (plus unlimited ensemble members; 15-50+ performers possible).
Middle school and older performers, elementary and older audiences.

In this fun-filled musical, a group of monster kids must work together to defeat an evil camp director and keep the world safe for weird folks everywhere.


Day One by Jonathan Dorf and James Balmer and Mary Nelson

Musical. 90 minutes, 3 males, 5 females plus a flexible ensemble (15-50 performers possible).
High school and older.

When a group of seniors tries to make their final year of high school last year forever, not everybody's jumping on their bandwagon. In fact, another group of students wants to pull the wheels right off. Who will win out?


Hank & Gretchen: A Modern Retelling of Hansel & Gretel; or Because Candy is That Good by Stacy Davidowitz and Mark T Evans

Musical. 60 - 75 minutes. 8-15 males, 8-15 females (23-75+ performers possible).
Elementary school and older.

In a suffering economy running on addictive candy, Hank & Gretchen embark on the greatest adventure of their lives to uncover family secrets, restore health and order, break evil spells, and form great friendships along the way.


It's Raining Tamales! by Kit Goldstein Grant

Musical. 55 - 65 minutes. 3-9+ females, 3-7+ males (6-13+ performers possible).
Suitable for late elementary and older performers, and elementary and family audiences.

Hector finds a bag of money hidden in the woods, but when he brings it home to his wiser wife, Inez, she must devise a clever plan to keep it from falling into the wrong hands.


Jennifer the Unspecial: Time Travel, Love Potions & 8th Grade by Matthew Mezzacappa and Cynthia Chi-Wing Wong

Musical. 90 minutes, 5-30 males, 3-30 females (8-60 performers possible).
Middle school and older performers, elementary school and older audiences.

When awkward eighth grader Jennifer finds herself thrust into a time-traveling adventure with three of her classmates, is it time for her to step up and discover just how special she really is?


K.C.@Bat by Zachary Israel Nobile Kampler and Rocco Natale

Musical. 45 - 60 minutes. 1-5+ males, 4-7+ females (11-50+ performers possible).
Suitable for elementary school and older.

The new girl in town whips her down-and-out local baseball team into shape, teaching them teamwork and dedication and leading them all the way to the championship game, where she may learn a thing or two herself...


A Legendary Christmas (musical version) by David C. Field and Michael Silversher

Musical. 60 - 70 minutes. 5 males, 3 females, 4 either (12 performers total).
High school and older performers, elementary school and older audiences.

Santa quits, setting off the Halloween Witch, the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy and a host of other legendary characters on a mad, mischievous competition to fill the vacancy.


Mita, the Magnificent by Noelle Donfeld

Musical. 35 - 40 minutes. 2 males, 2 females, 1 either (optional).
High school and older performers, elementary and older audiences.

Can Mita, a sweet and always hungry termite, save her neighbors from starvation and find the friendship she longs for?


One Smart Pig by Matt Buchanan

Young Audiences. 45 - 55 minutes. 3-20 males, 5-20 females (8-40+ performers possible).
Elementary school and older performers, audiences of all ages.

A respectful yet hilarious take on a traditional fairy story of three young pigs and their battle with the Bad Wolf, with eleven original songs, all carefully written to work well with young voices.


The Pirates of Penzance by Zachary Israel Nobile Kampler and Rocco Natale

Musical. 80 - 90 minutes. 4-50+ males, 4-50+ females (8-100+ performers possible).
Elementary and older.

Well-mannered, gentle and compassionate pirates woo and marry wealthy heiresses in this refreshing update of the classic nautical-themed musical comedy.


Prince Ugly by Matt Buchanan

Musical. 100 - 110 minutes. 7+ females, 6+ males (15-50+ performers possible).
Elementary school and older.

What is a true friend? A fun, often zany contemporary musical fairy tale about identity and friendship.


The Secret Garden by Miriam Raiken-Kolb

Musical. 105 minutes, 5-16+ males, 8-16+ females (16-35+ performers possible).
Middle school and older.

A girl who has never been cared for by her parents experiences love for the first time when she discovers an abandoned secret garden, and helps to bring it back to life.


Sleepy Hollow by Elizabeth Doyle, Judy Freed and Owen Kalt

Musical. 60 - 90 minutes. 6+ males, 5+ females, (11+ performers possible).
High school and older performers, elementary and older audiences.

This delightfully spooky family musical makes Ichabod Crane the comic villain in a fresh, funny take on Washington Irving's tale of the Headless Horseman. 


Tantrum on the Tracks by Judy Freed and Marianne Kallen

Musical. 45 minutes, 2 males, 2 females, 1 either.
High school and older performers, audiences of all ages.

An interactive musical for kids about the very first day with the big train for two young train cars, and how they learn to follow the rules and make new friends.


The Wind in the Willows by Diane Grant and Michael Reilly

Musical. 80 - 90 minutes. 3-25+ males, 8-25+ females (15-50+ performers possible).
Middle school and older performers, audiences of all ages.

When Mole summons up the courage to leave her underground home, she might just find that friendship and adventure await in the world above.


Featured Play


Choose Your Own Oz by Tommy Jamerson

Comedy. 85 - 100 minutes. 4-15 females, 4-15 males (10-30+ performers possible).
High school and older performers, elementary and older audiences.

The audience calls the shots as the The Wizard of Oz meets Choose Your Own Adventure in this fast-paced comedy for all ages.

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