Margo Haas

Margo Haas teaches playwriting and fiction to students in grades 5 through 12 in her hometown, Cleveland, Ohio. She is an active member of local threatre, working as an actor and drama instructor throughout the Cleveland area, a community well-known and respected for its long history of live theatre. Margo is a member of the Dramatist's Guild.
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  Lost in the Bermuda Triangle

Audience Participation by Margo Haas

54 pages

4 m, 3 w


Welcome aboard the "Oh, Suzanna" and set sail to beautiful Antigua...if you dare! Join Captain Krunch and his lovely daughter Leisel in this wacky sea adventure where you, the audience, are also the passengers. Problems start when the "Oh, Suzanna" gets trapped in the Bermuda Triangle and attacked by a crew of lost seventeenth-century pirates. Lockjaw Lenny and his motley crew of buccaneers plan to take over Captain Krunch's vessel, but things begin to go awry when Leisel and Lockjaw fall in love, their furtive meetings not unnoticed by Lockjaw's buccaneers. ...

  Missing Choir of Soda Springs

Holiday Play by Margo Haas

47 pages

20 parts (Can adjust from 15 to 30)


The Soda Springs Junior High School choir has almost completed their holiday singing tour when their bus breaks down in a snowstorm on the back roads of Idaho a few days before Christmas. The students and the injured teacher find refuge in a closed-up lodge where the conflict is heightened when we learn that Treat, a bitter and troubled 14-year-old, knows how to fix the bus but won't. Naturally this causes a few problems among the kids, including Chuck and Eric, two wise guys; Holly, who is reliable but a bit dramatic; Bobby, a follow-the-rules man; and Lotti...

  Chilly Dog And Other Plays

Resource by Margo Haas

0 pages

By Margo Haas


Here is a fun-filled collection of seven short comedies and dramas about teens and young adults in various delicate and outrageous situations. Replete with true-to-life characters, the plays abound with suspense, secrets, revelations, laughter, poignant moments, and surprising twists at the end. "Interview" deals with an impatient job applicant who doesn't realize that the interview is taking place already. "Chilly Dog," the title play, is a howler. Just what is in Mrs. O'Malley's cooler? Soft drink? Well, yes, and the family dog, on ice, to bid its final adieu. In "Night Run," Nick is...