Plays by Stacey Lane

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

“Snow Queen” opens in Canada

Nickle School in Calgary, Alberta, Canada opens their production of Snow Queen on May 26. In this humorous and touching tale for children, a young girl braves a supernatural storm to save her best friend from the clutches of the cold-hearted Snow Queen.  Snow Queen is published by Pioneer Drama Service. Please visit or call 1-800-333-7262 to learn more about the script, preview part of it for free, buy a copy of the play, and get the rights to produce the show. Go to or contact the playwright at for new plays for children, teens, and adults.

Thursday, May 19, 2016

“The Boy who Cried Wolf” opens in Colorado

On May 19, Aspen Creek’s K-8 School in Broomfield, Colorado presents The Boy who Cried Wolf. In this easy-to-produce twenty-minute comedy for a medium-sized cast, a boy and his flock of sheep are bored until a friend shows up with some wild ideas.  The Boy who Cried Wolf is published by leading childen’s theatre publisher Pioneer Drama Service. You may peruse the script, buy the book, and get production rights at or by calling 1-800-333-7262. For other available scripts by Stacey Lane, visit or e-mail

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

"The Boy who Cried Wolf" plays in North Dakota

The Boy who Cried Wolf, a one-act comedy for a medium-sized cast of children, is being performed by St. John’s Academy in Jamestown, North Dakota on May 18. In The Boy who Cried Wolf, a trouble-making girl challenges a boy to show off his wolf-crying skills. Call Pioneer Drama Service at 1-800-333-7262 or visit to learn more about the play, preview the script, buy a copy, or get the rights to perform the show. Go to or contact for new works by Stacey Lane.

Saturday, May 14, 2016

“Story Stew: A Fairy Tale Revue” opens in Canada

On May 14 through May 22, Arts Umbrella’s Junior Theatre Troupe performs Story Stew: A Fairy Tale Revue at the Theatre and Music Expressions Festival at Waterfront Theatre on Granville Island in Vancouver, B.C., Canada. What if the children of the little old woman who lived in a shoe were Jack, Jill, Little Red Riding Hood, Goldilocks, Hansel, Gretel, and Mary with her pet lamb? This hour-long large-cast children’s play interweaves familiar folk tales on a delightful romp through Enchanted Forest locations, such as the witch’s candy house and the giant’s magic beanstalk. The Junior Theatre Troupe playfully shares this story of heroic adventure with plenty of twists and turns. To learn more about this creatively-fueled festival and its young actors, visit To get the script of Story Stew: A Fairy Tale Revue or obtain production rights for your festival, school, camp, or theatre, go to Dramatic Publishing at or call 1-800-448-7469. For more children’s theatre plays —and new works for adults, too— visit or e-mail

Infinity Stage, Sound, and Film publishes “Pulse”

Pulse is now published by Infinity Stage, Sound and Film. In this monologue for a male or female, an inexperienced actor is distracted by a cell phone ringing in the theatre during a heartfelt performance. To preview the monologue or buy a copy, please visit For Stacey Lane’s other works, go to or contact

Randi Hall in Pulse at Mildred's Umbrella Theater Company in Houston, Texas.  Directed by Candyce Prince. (2012)

Katie Fairbairn in Pulse at Open Eye Theatre in Margaretville, New York.  Directed by Amie Brockway Henson. (2011)