Plays by Stacey Lane

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

“The Boy Who Cried Wolf” is performed in Pennsylvania



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

“The Boy Who Cried Wolf” plays in Florida



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

“The Boy Who Cried Wolf” plays in Minnesota



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. 



Thursday, July 27, 2017

“The Boy Who Cried Wolf” opens in Kansas



Helen Hocker Theatre in Topeka, Kansas is performing The Boy Who Cried Wolf on July 27. In this comedic retelling of Aesop’s fable, a trusting family is disappointed when a young boy, his trouble-making friend, and his goofy sheep play a trick on them. The Boy Who Cried Wolf is published by Pioneer Drama Service. Visit www.pioneerdrama.com or call 1-800-333-7262 to preview the script online for free, order the children’s play in hardcopy or e-version, and obtain performance rights. For other plays for young and old, go to www.StaceyLaneInk.com or contact the playwright directly at Stacey@StaceyLaneInk.com.


Tuesday, July 25, 2017

“The Boy Who Cried Wolf” plays in Tennessee



Harpeth Hall School in Nashville, Tennessee performs The Boy Who Cried Wolf on July 21. In this twenty-minute children’s play, a boy makes some bad decisions when his sheep and a nosy neighbor claim his sheep-watching duties lack excitement. The Boy Who Cried Wolf is published by Pioneer Drama Service. Go to www.pioneerdrama.com or call 1-800-333-7262 to preview the play, buy an e-copy or hardcopy of the script, and get the rights to perform the play at your summer camp, school, or children’s theatre. For other well-known and brand new titles by Stacey Lane, visit www.StaceyLaneInk.com or e-mail Stacey@StaceyLaneInk.com.

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

“Sleeping Beauty” opens in Illinois



From July 12 to August 12, Illinois State University in Normal, Illinois presents Sleeping Beauty at Ewing Theatre and Connie Link Amphitheater as part of the Illinois Shakespeare Festival’s Theatre for Young Audiences series. In this comedic one-act with audience participation, the evil fairy takes over with the help of her magical frog to share what really happened to silly little Sleeping Betty. For show information, go to http://illinoisshakes.com/plays/theatre-for-young-audiences. Sleeping Beauty is published by Playscripts. Visit www.playscripts.com or call 1-866-639-7529 to preview the play, buy a copy of the script, and obtain production rights. For new plays for children and adults, please go to www.StaceyLaneInk.com or contact the playwright directly at Stacey@StaceyLaneInk.com.