Plays Bundle
15 Fun Plays All in One Package

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Highlights of the 15 Plays you’ll receive:


The Golden Goose   A cast of 5 will have fun with this nice length 4 act play.  Positive rewards come to those who deserve them. 

            Adapted from folk tale


The Song in the Heart   A nice length.  This cast of 7 has 2 acts which highlights the positive behavior traits of honesty and truthfulness.  It also highlights quite nicely the rewards of following your heart’s dreams. 

            Adapted from Grimm’s


The Emperor’s Test   Here we have a 3 act play with a large cast of 12.   Watch and learn how important the powers of observation are.  We learn, also, a bit about entitlements.  Anyone who has suffered through an employment interview will appreciate this funny play.   That will be lost on most of the participants, but the audience will certainly identify. 


The Red Shoes   A great size cast of 12 with 4 acts, we learn there is a cost of deception and dishonesty.  You will see how the sin of pride takes its toll.  But, there is always the possibility of redemption.    Quite satisfactory in the end. 

            Adapted from Hans Anderson


The Wild Swans    Wow!  What a cast – 25 and 4 acts too.  This is a great play.  Full of possibilities.    Love can conquer mountains.  The power of love and perseverance makes this play’s message very rewarding.  Courage is a virtue, you don’t have to be big and strong to own.  This play highlights that perfectly. 

            Adapted from Hans Anderson



The Ugly Duckling    Another great play in size and length.  This cast of 25 has 3 acts for plenty of acting fun.   Here we learn about acceptance, friendship, bigotry, fair treatment and prejudice.  It has it all.  Positive lessons, to be sure. 

            Suggested by Hans Anderson


The Goodman  is a 3 act play with a cast of 7.   This play focuses on optimism and positive thinking as well as having the ability to make up your mind.

            Adaptation from Hans Anderson


The Two Countrymen   A 2 act play with a cast of 5, plus there’s a need for extras.  Always fun to use additional participants or audience participation.  Here we learn about the cost of practical jokes.  Gullability and naivete, as well.  You will love the olde language here.  Lots of dialect fun. 

            Ancient legend –


The Man and the Alligator    A 2 act play of length for a cast of 5, where we learn the value of critical thinking.  Along with the positive value in doing favors for another and of fair treatment.    This is a fun tongue twister full of “thee’s” and “thou’s” and more fun olde time dialogue.     

            Adapted from old folk tale


Why the Buttercup is Yellow    Fairies and Goblins and pretty flower people.  This one has it all.  A 2 act play with a large cast of 18.     

            Adapted from fairy tale


The Little Jackal    A cast of 5.  We learn in this 3 act play a bit about manipulation and coercion, double-crosses and pay-backs.  Valuable lessons, all.

            Adapted from legend


The Girl who trod on the Loaf    4 acts for this cast of 12.  Acceptance, sharing, honesty, kindness and selflessness.  Yes, it has all of that.   A good lesson play, to be sure.   

            Suggested by Hans Anderson


The Mad Hatter.  Are you a fan?  He is truly one of the most beloved, albeit wacky, off-the-wall, unorthodox characters from the book by Lewis Carroll, “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.” 

I am happy and proud to share this dramatization of that famous tea party scene from the book.  It's a fun, interactive, action playscript for young readers and for those of us who shall remain, forever, young-at-heart. 

You will remember, it was during this famous tea party scene when the Hatter confides to Alice, that after attempting to sing to the Queen and thus being unjustly accused of “murdering time,” he and his cohorts are perpetually stuck in the never-ending tea party.  Time, angry with the Hatter, deems the punishment to be 6:00 forevermore.  “Tea Time.” 

Chuckles are unavoidable, from spectators and actors alike, while trying to decipher what these characters are thinking.  Believe me, just listening to what they say, doesn’t always give a clue.  You’ll see! 

If you’re an Alice in Wonderland fan, you will love this play.  Not familiar? You, too, will soon  say how much you love the Hatter. 

Your plays will come to you in pdf format.  Easily downloaded and ready to print individually.  You will receive all 15 playscripts right away.  Use as you wish.  Now or later.  Today, tomorrow, next week, next year.  They're yours.  Just download your pdf when you get your link.  That's it.   Then print and use as you need them.  Print as many copies as you need for each production.  This is a great tool for learning script lines.