Plays by Stacey Lane

Monday, November 13, 2017

“The Boy Who Cried Wolf” plays in Alabama

South City Theatre presents The Boy Who Cried Wolf on November 13 in Alabaster, Alabama. In this stage adaptation of Aesop’s fable, Roy and his sheep have their lazy day interrupted by a friend who demands to witness Roy’s wolf-crying skills despite the consequences. Visit for more on South City Theatre. This twenty-minute youth play is published by Pioneer Drama Service. To read a free sample of The Boy Who Cried Wolf, buy the play in hard copy or e-script, and get the rights to produce it, go to or call 1-800-333-7262. For other reinventions of beloved classics, as well as new works, visit or contact

Friday, November 10, 2017

“Snow Queen” opens in Wisconsin

Green Lake School Drama Department presents Snow Queen on November 10 and 11 in Green Lake, Wisconsin. In Snow Queen, Gerda must face her fears and a foe with a frozen heart to save her friend. Opinionated flowers, curious animals, an old lady with mysterious powers, a band of bumbling and mumbling robbers, and a forgetful princess help and hinder Gerda along the way. This sixty-minute play for a medium to large cast of teens or youth is published by Pioneer Drama Service.  Go to or call 1-800-333-7262 to preview the script, buy the playbook, and get the rights to perform Snow Queen at your school, theater, or camp. For more plays for performers and audiences of all ages, visit or e-mail

“Pulse” plays in Iowa

On November 10, Pulse is being performed at the 2017 Iowa Thespian Festival at the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls. In this comedic monologue, an actor loses her cool when her performance is ruined by a cellphone ringing in the theatre. To get a copy of Pulse and other monologues and plays by Stacey Lane, visit or e-mail

Monday, November 6, 2017

“Sleeping Beauty” opens in Georgia

The Backlot Players in Forsyth, Georgia are performing Sleeping Beauty on November 6 and November 8 for  1500 school children. In this one hour comedy, the traditional fairy tale is turned on its end when Griselda, the evil fairy with a penchant for spinning wheels and sleeping curses, takes over. With a cast that can be as small as four and lots of audience participation, this version of Sleeping Beauty is perfectly suited for adults or teens to perform for young children and their families. For more about the production company, go to Visit publisher Playscripts, Inc at or call 1-866-639-7529 to read a portion of Sleeping Beauty online for free, buy the script, and obtain production rights. For other plays by Stacey Lane, check out or contact

Friday, November 3, 2017

“The Boy Who Cried Wolf” plays in South Carolina

Lewisville High School is performing The Boy Who Cried Wolf in Richburg, South Carolina on November 3. In this one-act comedy for family audiences, an ornery neighbor and some adventure-seeking sheep convince a weak-willed boy to test his family’s loyalty. The Boy Who Cried Wolf is published by Pioneer Drama Service. Visit or call 1-800-333-7262 to preview the play, buy a copy of the script, and gain production rights. For other plays for children, teens, and adults, visit or e-mail