This play set over 75 years ago dramatizes the effects that even mild bullying (mainly by girls) can have on both the bullied and the bystander.
A 40-page one-act play packed with fun, fast-paced, comic-strip-like characters and adventures--super for educational theatre productions!
Seven monologue recommendations for young female actors: Each piece is short in length - some as short as 45 seconds; some a bit longer.
Beth Henley's play "Crimes of the Heart" offers excellent material for young female actors. Check here for scenes from Acts Two and Three.
Beth Henley's play "Crimes of the Heart" is a terrific source of scenes for young female actors. Check out the four substantial female roles.
If you need a quick-paced improv exercise that is terrific for large groups and allows for participation by many players try “Next!”
Audiences dive right into the play along with the actor on stage? How one playwright created a one-woman show with a supporting cast of 35.
A two-act musical play that is an outrageous parody of Broadway musicals and plays and movies! And it has substantial roles for 8 females!
Here's another collection of ten dramatized stories by Paul Sills - a follow-up piece to "Story Theatre" aptly titled "More from Story Theatre."
The prolific playwright Eugene O'Neill, known for his tragedies, wrote one lighthearted play subtitled “A Comedy of Recollection in Three Acts.”