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LES MISERABLES - by M. Druce
LES MISERABLESLes Miserables, Victor Hugo's timeless classic, dazzles in this exciting new adaptation that is perfect for high school and community theater groups.

Beginning with Inspector Javert's opening words, “You are free,” Jean Valjean leaves Toulon prison after serving nineteen years for stealing a loaf of bread. With nowhere to go and rejected by everyone he meets, Valjean once again turns to... read more

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ABE LINCOLN AND ELVIS
Abraham Lincoln and John Wilkes Booth in collusion? Elvis Presley a co-conspirator in a staged assassination? Honest Abe has won the war, and now he's ready to retire to the Bahamas. But the grateful Union soldiers and citizens will never let him go. Will American...
ALICE THROUGH THE INTERNET
During a freak power surge, agoraphobic college student, Alice, gets catapulted into the Internet! On her quest to return home, she is mistaken for a programming bug and pursued through the Internet by stern-faced Firewalls. Her first stop is FaceBook...er...FaceLook,...
CONFESSIONS OF THE EIGHTH DWARF: A BEHIND THE FAIRY TALE EXCLUSIVE!
Welcome to “Behind the Fairy Tale” with your host, Whip Whizzle! Tonight's special guest is none other than the unknown, exiled Eighth Dwarf, known as Conspiracy. According to Conspiracy Dwarf, the story of Snow White is not the sweet, kindhearted heroine we all know...
DEATH OF A SNOWMAN
A young girl and her snowman discuss the afterlife in this existential winter drama.
FIND ME
An emotional exploration of what lies behind the facades we show the world, Find Me weaves together the revelations of six characters struggling with life-changing events. A victim of abuse learns a lesson that puts the power in her hands, a young woman...
GRIME DOESN'T PAY
Heroes and villains collide in a tense story about pressure washing Abraham Lincoln’s memorial statue in Washington, DC. As Ron (our hero) starts getting a little too proud, Cyrus (our villain) hatches a plan to stop him – and his pressure washer – in their tracks....
JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH JR.
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Book by Timothy Allen McDonald

Music and Lyrics by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul

Based on the book James and the Giant Peach by Roald Dahl

Overview/Synopsis

Roald Dahl's James And The Giant Peach is now a musical...

LIES ABOUT HIGH SCHOOL
A hilarious look at the perils of beginning high school. Nick and his friends spend the last day of their senior year reminiscing about their freshman experiences. They manage to cover all of the perils of the first lunch, navigating the hallways, kooky parents and the...
THE PENNY DREADFULS
The Penny Dreadfuls are orphans and runaways who spend their nights and days working for the dastardly Professor as pickpockets and thieves. They’ve got far more than mischief up their sleeves! Their stolen goods always ends up at a pawn shop run by the despicable...
ROBIN HOOD AND HIS MERRY MEN
Prince John has decreed that the citizens of Nottingham pay weekly taxes or face the penalty of death. His decrees are enforced by the evil Sheriff of Nottingham. The citizens think that all hope is lost until they hear word of a noble hero, Robin Hood of Locksley. ...
SNOWED
A hundred horrible things are supposed to happen to Marlene on the last day of school before Christmas break. One fabulous event will save her from all her woes: a huge snowstorm guaranteed to shut down the school. Unfortunately, the blizzard fizzles; school is on....
THIS COULD BE MURDER
When big-time television producer Noah Lott drops dead from a little food poisoning (the murder was done in such good taste), Polly Dewett, host of “The Polly-Dewett-My-Way Show,” resolves to solve the murder and write a book about it for budding detectives: How To...