Five well-loved fairy tale princesses have had it! Married one year, they are definitely not living happily ever after. Rapunzel is tired of her long hair, Pia is tired of peas under her mattresses or any other test, Cinderella is tired of cleaning, and Aurora of Sleeping Beauty fame is just tired period! Snow White, leader of the princesses, helps them present their cases to King Frog while Prince Charming tries to defend himself and his brothers. But why should the princesses wait for the king's decision? They take matters into their own hands to live happily ever after!
Have fun spoofing the nightly news. TV crews interview some people in the news including the police chief who was first at the scene of Humpty Dumpty's fall and the bystander who was the last to see the now missing Alice Little chase a rabbit down a hole.
Overcome with guilt over her late husband's creation of the Winchester rifle, Sarah Winchester became quite eccentric and to appease her ghosts, started building a mansion in San Jose, CA. She feared that if ever construction stopped, so would her life. Here's an excellent choral speaking piece as the maids, butlers, and workmen tell Sarah's story speaking in rhymed meter, echoing the rap tap tap of the never-ending hammers.
Turn down the lights in your classroom and let your actors raise some goosebumps as they read and create the sound effects for these radio
Turn down the lights in your classroom and let your actors raise some goosebumps as they read and create the sound effects for these radio plays. "The Pool" (5 characters) is about a hidden pond with enticingly deadly waters "The Mask" (4 characters) is about a tribal mask which has powers to change looks and "The Message" (7 characters) is about a fax machine which sends warningsby itself.
"Road Not Taken" (5 parts) shows a couple being married while in school means difficult choices "Gun Laws, Anyone," (2 parts) shows the hum
"Road Not Taken" (5 parts) shows a couple being married while in school means difficult choices "Gun Laws, Anyone," (2 parts) shows the human side of the issue "Game of Life" (3 parts) forces a sports hero to choose between art and athletics.
Three radio skits ideal for beginning drama students. Voices must convey all action, emotion, and mounting suspense. Skits include "The Witness" (8 parts), "The Mound" (4 parts) and "The Bonfire" (6 parts).