Cast: 3 boys, 2 girls, 13-17 flexible, extras.
Noah has known since he was a boy that his gift of being able to communicate with the animals would be put to use someday by God. Now the ark has been completed and "someday" has arrived. Faithful farm animal friends help Noah gather creatures from the four corners of the earth to be saved from the coming flood. As the animals board the ark in military style to the song "Two by Two," skeptics appear - the critical unicorn, the mocking hyena and the cow who is sure she will become barbecue if she enters the ark. You will empathize with Noah and his family sing...
6 m, 4 w, 9 either
Here’s an exciting, magical and very untraditional version of Snow White! This time the evil Queen Zantha wants to change the ending so she’ll win. Her goal is to not only be the fairest in the land, but to unite a special scepter and mystical orb which will give her ultimate power. She will then rule both Snow’s kingdom of Aradon and the Prince’s kingdom of Mirador. Zantha cons Snow into eating a poisoned apple. The Prince, who wishes to marry Snow, and the Loyal Huntsman can only use magic and sorcery to fight Zantha, and her equally power-hungry family inc...
4 m, 3 w, 1 flexible, and chorus from 5 to 20 young people
In this allegorical fantasy an Agent keeps people under control by making them afraid to touch each other. A young woman escapes, however, and begins tending a garden overseen by Mossrag, a wise outsider. The Agent sends a young man to get her back, but instead the couple learn of the sweetness and sorrows of becoming involved in each other’s life. When they try to share these feelings with others, they put the gentle Mossrag in mortal danger. An uplifting show with a fun, contemporary mellow-rock score with such songs as “Love Hurts,” “Superficiality Sells,”...
Music by K. Newell Dayley.
Approx. 7 male, 2 female, 11 flexible, and ensemble.
5 m, 5 w, 12 or more flexible. (With doubling, 7 actors)
"The Velveteen Rabbit" is Margery Williams' endearing tale of love between a boy and his favorite toy. At first the Rabbit is new and lonely in the toy chest, where the other toys deride his inability to "do" anything ... until the Skin Horse teaches him "It isn't what you do, it's who you are," and sings to him about becoming REAL. Sure enough, in time, the Boy begins to love the Rabbit, and when he says to Nana, "He's not a toy!" the dream comes true. When the Boy gets scarlet fever, the Rabbit's constant vigil helps save him. But later the Doctor orders th...