Plays by Stacey Lane

Thursday, July 28, 2016

“The Three Billy Goats Gruff” plays in Ohio

The Actors’ Theatre of Columbus presents The Three Billy Goats Gruff as part of their “Fairy Tails: Kids Camp” in Columbus, Ohio on July 29. In this ten-minute play, this classic tale is reinvented in a non-violent version that introduces a friendly frog as the goats strive for a better life on the other side of the bridge. The cast of five can be played by any gender and age. For more about Actors’ Theatre of Columbus, please visit Go to or e-mail to preview this script or other plays for children and adults.

Riley Lord, Julian Dandridge, Ava Gifford, Gavin Morgan, and Caroline Wittstock in The Three Billy Goats Gruff. Directed by Andy Falter.

Monday, July 25, 2016

“Hiccup” opens in Israel

The Stage in Tel Aviv, Israel is performing Hiccup as part of the Tel Aviv Short Play Festival running July 26 through July 30. In Hiccup, a ten-minute comedy for a cast of three, a young lady develops a bad case of the hiccups right before she is supposed to deliver a speech in a scholarship contest. For production information, visit Go to or e-mail for scripts by Stacey Lane.

Friday, July 22, 2016

“Pulse” and “That Thing that You Never See Coming” published by Meriwether

Pulse and That Thing that You Never See Coming, a monologue adapted from Can’t Count on Dracula, appear in “Audition Monologues for Young Men: Selections from Contemporary Works” published by Meriwether. In Pulse, a young actor’s soulful performance is ruined by a cellphone ringing in the theatre. In That Thing that You Never See Coming, the Invisible Man grumbles about how hard it has become to scare today’s kids. Please purchase this award-winning collection of male monologues at Pioneer Drama Service or Amazon. For other plays by Stacey Lane, visit or e-mail

Saturday, July 16, 2016

“The Ugly Duckling” plays in Ohio

The Columbus School for Girls presents The Ugly Duckling in Columbus, Ohio on July 15. In this ten-minute play for a flexible cast of child actors, a dismayed duckling goes on an adventure to discover her self-worth. Write to or go to for a copy of the script.

The cast of The Ugly Duckling. Directed by Andy Falter.

Thursday, July 14, 2016

“The Boy who Cried Wolf” plays in North Carolina

Chesterbrook Academy in Raleigh, North Carolina is performing The Boy who Cried Wolf on July 14.  In this one-act for a large cast of young performers, an ornery girl encourages a bored boy to have some fun while he tends to his family’s sheep. This play is published by Pioneer Drama Service. Please call 1-800-333-7262 or visit to learn more about the script, preview part of it for free, buy a copy, and get the rights to perform the show at your summer camp, school, church, or theatre. For other plays for young and old, go to or e-mail the playwright at