Bellevue Christian School in Bellevue, Washington performs The Ugly Duckling on October 20. In this ten-minute play for a medium to large cast of young performers, a baby swan leaves her bullying duckling siblings to find new friends and her true self. For more information about this children’s play or other plays for youth and adults, go to www.StaceyLaneInk.com or e-mail Stacey@StaceyLaneInk.com.
Wednesday, September 27, 2017
67 Cinderellas, recently published by Dramatic Publishing, is on the shelves of the Drama Book Shop, Inc in New York City. Stop by 250 West 40th Street or go to www.dramabookshop.com to pick up your copy today. In 67 Cinderellas, this traditional outdated fairytale takes a feminist twist when Cinderella uses her wits to get away from her evil stepmother and stepsisters after the prince can't recognize Cinderella without her glass slipper. For production rights and more information about the play, visit www.dramaticpublishing.com or call 1-800-448-7469. For other re-imaginings of classic tales, as well as new works, visit www.StaceyLaneInk.com or e-mail Stacey@StaceyLaneInk.com.
Wednesday, August 30, 2017
From August 30 to September 2, the Adams County Arts Council is performing Sleeping Beauty in West Union, Ohio. In this sixty-minute comedy for young audiences, a bumbling villain interrupts a classically beautiful telling of Sleeping Beauty to share her story, complete with genius frogs, birthday parties gone wrong, and an overly-sensitive little princess named Betty. Sleeping Beauty is published by Playscripts, Inc. Go to www.playscripts.com or call 1-866-639-7529 to read part of the play online for free, buy the book, and get production rights. For Stacey Lane’s other stage adaptations of fairy tales, as well as original works for children and adults, visit www.StaceyLaneInk.com or e-mail Stacey@StaceyLaneInk.com.
Tuesday, August 15, 2017
Building Blocks Learning Center of West Chester, Pennsylvania presents The Boy Who Cried Wolf on August 15. In this short comedic stage adaption of Aesop’s cautionary tale, a bored boy makes some bad decisions when his thrill-seeking sheep and his rascally neighbor encourage him to trick his family. The Boy Who Cried Wolf is published by Pioneer Drama Service. Visit www.pioneerdrama.com or call 1-800-333-7262 to preview part of the play for free, buy the script, or obtain production rights. For other plays by Stacey Lane, go to www.StaceyLaneInk.com or e-mail Stacey@StaceyLaneInk.com.
Friday, August 11, 2017
Koa Elementary School in Kissimmee, Florida presents The Boy Who Cried Wolf on August 11. In this short comedy for young performers, a rascally neighbor, easily-startled sheep, and a baby wolf who wants a hug shake up Aesop’s fable. Visit the publisher’s website at www.pioneerdrama.com or call 1-800-333-7262 to read part of the play for free, buy the script in hardcopy or electronic version, and get the rights to produce The Boy Who Cried Wolf at your school, theatre, or camp. For other reinventions of classic children’s stories for the stage and new works for all ages, go to www.StaceyLaneInk.com or e-mail Stacey@StaceyLaneInk.com.
Friday, July 28, 2017
Great River Arts presents The Boy Who Cried Wolf on July 28 in Little Falls, Minnesota. In this short comedic children’s play, a boy named Roy obediently guards the family’s flock until a neighbor girl convinces him to show off his wolf-calling skills. Visit http://greatart.org for more about the theatre and their summer camps. The Boy Who Cried Wolf is published by Pioneer Drama Service. To buy the play, preview the script for free, or get the rights to perform The Boy Who Cried Wolf, go to www.pioneerdrama.com or call 1-800-333-7262. Visit www.StaceyLaneInk.com or e-mail Stacey@StaceyLaneInk.com for new plays by Stacey Lane.