Plays by Stacey Lane

Sunday, November 23, 2014

"Snow Queen" plays in Michigan

Arthurs Middle School presented Snow Queen in Trenton, Michigan on November 19. In Snow Queen, a delightful winter’s tale for young and old, the Snow Queen’s cursed mirror makes people see only the bad around them and blinds them to all that is beautiful. Brave children, talking animals and flowers, a forgetful princess, and even silly robbers work together to undo the spell. To learn more about the play, read a portion of the script for free online, order your copy, or get permission to perform the show at your school, theatre, or camp, contact Pioneer Drama Service at or call 1-800-333-7262. Go to or e-mail for more plays by Stacey Lane.

Snow Queen at Arthurs Middle School. Directed by Jennifer Blackledge Moberly.

Friday, November 21, 2014

“Snow Queen” opens in South Dakota

Cherry Street Players, the children’s performance troupe and outreach of the Black Hills Community Theatre, presents Snow Queen on November 21 and 22 in Rapid City, South Dakota. In this sixty-minute holiday comedy with a large flexible cast of young performers, timid little Gerda must face her fears and save the day when the Snow Queen and her furious flurry of frosty minions use a magical mirror to cast a ghastly spell on Gerda’s cousin. Go to or for production details. Snow Queen is published by Pioneer Drama Service. To preview a portion of Snow Queen for free, order a copy of the script, or secure production rights, go to or call 1-800-333-7262. For information about Stacey Lane’s other plays for children and adults, both published and brand new, contact or visit

Sunday, November 2, 2014

“Storms, Sheets, and Show Tunes” plays in New York

Deer Park High School’s One Act Fall Festival includes Stacey Lane’s Storms, Sheets, and Show Tunes. The show runs November 1 through November 3 in Deer Park, New York. In Storms, Sheets, and Show Tunes, a ragtag group of ghosts vie for the praise of a pompous dead director when they audition to haunt a theatre. To preview this fifteen-minute comedy with an ensemble cast of six, contact or go to