Saturday, August 19, 2017

Art! Disney Princess and Doctor Who from our Freedrama Artist

Please support our Freedrama artist, Shiela Larson, and check out her new Etsy store. She is offering prints of Disney Princesses and Doctor Who characters for only $5!

Please check out her art:

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Sunday, August 13, 2017

Popular Acting Scripts Monologues Scenes and Skits for School Plays

"Between Good and Evil" full length comedy stage play script about superheroes & aliens. Cast 7 to 42 actors.

"The Boy Who Cried Genie" A short play about a guy who wishes he didn't get wishes. 1-2 males, 4-5 females.

"Fart-Zen" - The Master will teach you how to relieve some stress and it involves... you guessed it... farting!

"Looks Get in the Way" short comedy about finding the perfect person.  from published play

"The Hysterical History of Cleopatra" - short comedy play about the famous Egyptian Queen - for 9 or more actors

"The Waiting Room" a short dramatic scene from the play "Death of an Insurance Salesman" for 3 actors of any gender.

He wants to be a vampire, but they don't want him. "Make Me A Vampire" free funny script for stage or movie 4 actors

"Weird" scene for two female actors from published play "Flowers in the Desert" - free duologue stage play script

Help a hero? Superhero Support Group free comedy stage play script - From published play "Between Good and Evil"

Thinking about Homelessness in "Nightwalker" dramatic monologue

"Gone With The Flush"
comedy duologue for 2 males with potty humor
from published play "A Little Private Education"

Is the internet destroying our lives? "Internet Kills" free short acting monologue for male or female actor

Instead of Breaking Bad this homie is "Breaking Bread" with God - short monologue for male or female

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

School Play

Having fun with drama in school 
(classroom or homeschool groups)

MadScript are an excellent way to have some fun with acting and even practice grammar skills in an entertaining way.

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Improv games are an excellent way to teach teamwork and cooperation. 

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Short Skits are an excellent way to have fun performing. "Cell Phone Zombies" is a fun script that covers an important topic in an entertaining way. This can lead to great classroom discussions about current issues in society.

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Another play that can be used to teach is a twist on a popular fairy tale. Beauty IS a Beast is a play about a spoiled Princess named Beauty who has her life turned inside out. Beauty may be beautiful on the outside but she is ugly through and through. When her Fairy Godmother turns her inside out, Beauty must learn not to be such a beast.

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Monday, August 7, 2017

Stage Play Scripts with Low Cost PDF

"Beauty IS a Beast" is a play for all ages about a spoiled Princess named Beauty who has her life turned inside out.

"The Big Bad Wolf" is a comedy monologue for young actors who want to practice their humorous acting skills.

Ever wonder why cats get the crazies? "The Captain and the Cat" takes audiences on an Adventure in Dimension X.

Are smart phones turning us into zombies? "Cell Phone Zombies" is a short funny stage play script about this crisis.

"End the Hurting" a short script that highlights the struggle children go through when they are abused and bullied

"Forever on Hold" is a comedy monologue for actors: an excellent tool for learning speech and communication skills. 

"Hipster Hobos" is a short comedy play about the funny side to people who hang out in restaurants & take up space 

"Holka Polka" is a play for all ages. Join a good little witch named Brenda who sets out to save Fairy Tale Land.

"Jackie and the Potato Stalk" is a cowboy western twist on the story of Jack and the Beanstalk. fun family short play

Mad-Scripts are fill-in-the-blank play scripts and skits; a fun way to teach grammar and communication skills.

"The Magic Coin" is a stage play script for 2 actors that talks about the importance of dreams and helping others.

"Music Maybe" is a wacky comedy stage play script for four actors about the first all percussion rock band.

"The Pint Sized Pirate" is a great play for kids about a small kid with big dreams who help others and the Earth! 

"The Pirate and the Princess" is a stage play for kids with a female twist on the famous Prince and Pauper story.

"Reader's Theatre Simple Plays for New Readers" for readers who are starting out using a basic list of sight words.

"Remember the Star" is a stage play script for children about the importance of giving and helping others.

"Rock! Sword! Firecracker!" is a lesson plan and play script where a student can make their own history

"Sleeping Handsome" is a twist on an old fairy tale with a sleeping prince instead of a princess.

"Stung" is a funny stage play script about a woman who loves nature but nature doesn't love her back. humorous skit

"Songs of the Pioneers" short script with traditional songs fun family musical about life on early American frontier

This is a stage play script for kids about "Snow White and Rose Red" about a Grimm character long forgotten.

Public Speaking & Acting Skills with "Sunset Princess": Monologues are a great way to practice communication skills. 

Even heroes need help sometimes: "Superhero Support Group" comedy stage play script about superheroes in therapy.

"Teen Angel" is a play for teen actors about a girl who must earn her angel wings by helping those she left behind.

"To Be A Star" is a stage play script about a group of young dancers who want to be stars.

Practice public speaking and acting skills with monologues. "Wishing" is an excellent one for showing emotional range.

"The Hysterical History of the Trojan War"
comedy script PDF and coloring pages available at

Here are some "Save the Earth" environmentally themed improv games to bring ecology learning to life for students.

Family friendly version of the popular stage play script "Flowers in the Desert" now available

Wonder Woman themed MadScript called "Waiting for Gal Gadot"

"Piggy Princess" Monologue, excellent way to practice speech and communication skills as a reader and actor

The Hysterical History of Cleopatra - short comedy play about the famous Egyptian Queen 

Saturday, August 5, 2017

"Baklavia" full length comedy stage play Part 1


by D. M. Larson

Copyright (c) 2002

All Right Reserved

Cast of Characters

VENESA: [female] Young, college educated woman who leads Baklavia's fight for independence.

ECLESTRA: [f] Mother of Venesa who is strong-willed and behind her daughter in the peaceful struggle.

SAPHRIN: [f] Sour old worker at the factory who is often sarcastic and likes a good looking man.

REPORTER: (Rhonda Rhodes) [f]  British reporter who finds a way to make the Baklavian revolution work.

PARADIEZ: [male] Father of Venesa who is a bit slow yet strives to be a strong leader for Baklavia.

GENERAL: [m]  An old general that experienced the glory of battle a long, long time ago.

KANDID: (Clint Kandid) [m]  Photographer from National Geographic who likes the ladies and loves his camera.

BOLONIOUS: [m]  Younger brother of Paradiez and business manager for the factory who knows more about coffee than finances.

CLENIOUS: [m]  Strange cousin of Venesa who works at the factory and loves to make up songs.

FLEMULOUS: [m] Worker at the factory who brings in news from the outside world.

TAXER: [m]  Delivers tax notices and becomes the Greek government representative in the conflict with the factory.

UN: (United Nations representative) [f]  Brings an odd relief package for the factory.

DOCTOR: [f]  Becomes lost on the way to a medical convention and ends up helping the wounded.


LIEUTENANT [f]: Unsure leader of the troops
CAPTAIN [f]: By the book, overseer of the operation
FLO: [f] Loves a good joke
MOE: [m] Thinks he's too cool to be a soldier
JOE: [m] Along for the ride

Time and Place

A small, isolated pastry factory in present day Northern Greece.



(Lights come up on a simple factory that makes pastries.  
This pastry factory is in a small corner of Northern 
Greece and is somewhat isolated between the hills that 
surround it.  The owners and workers enjoy this isolation 
and the only contact they care to have is when they sell 
their pastries.  Lights come up when there is some loud 
knocking at the main entrance R.  PARADIEZ enters 
sleepily from upstairs doorway UC)

I'm coming.  I'm coming.  Quit your knocking.  I hear you.

I've been knocking forever.

(Opens door)
Not possible.  Forever is a very long time.
(Pulls TAXER in)
Come in.  Come sit down.  Bit early for customers, but no matter.
(Goes for plate of pastries on counter)

Well, you see, I'm not...

Here is our sampler plate.  These are all of our best pastries.  Enjoy.

(Looks at pastries)
I will.  Thank you.

So how did you hear about our pastry factory?  

Well, I...

No, let me guess.
(TAXER relaxes)
You heard our ad on the radio?
(TAXER nods while chewing)
Wonderful.  Cousin Clenious was right.  A snappy tune would bring the customers in.  Let's see, how does it go?
(To tune of "Beverly Hillbillies")
"Well, come to our store to get yourself fed; 
Our wonderful pastries come in blue, brown, and red..."  Or something like that.  Isn't that clever?

Oh, yes.  Quite.

I'm so glad we brought him back with us from America.  See, that's where I'm from, if you couldn't tell.

Your English is very good.

So is yours.

I studied in England.

So did I.  Wow.  Small world.  

(Enjoying pastries.  Willing to let PARADIEZ ramble)

England. That's where I met my wife.  She's from Greece like you.  At first we lived in America but the pastry business wasn't so hot there so we decided to move to my wife's birthplace.  And business has been good, not wonderful, but good.  I worry about my daughter though.  I think she really misses the old US of A.  I think she'd really like to go back again.
(TAXER is eating still)
I'm sorry I must be boring you.  So how do you like our pastries?

Incredible.  Never had any like them.

(Goes for order pad)
How many can I wrap up for you?

Well, I... didn't come to buy pastries.

How's that again?

I'm here with a notice from the government.
(Holds out a paper)

You mean you sat there the whole time and didn't tell me why you were here?

You didn't ask.  And those pastries were quite good....

You thief!  Get out!  Now!

The government says I can't go until I deliver this letter.  

Sorry.  I don't want it.

What do you mean you don't want it?

If it's from the government, I don't want it.  It can't be anything worth hearing.  They never buy my pastries.  They have never had any use for my factory except when they want to tax it.  And I have paid my taxes, so good-bye.
(Proceeds to push him out)

You haven't!

Haven't what?

(Gives paper)
Paid your taxes.
(Turns to go)

(Reads paper)
What?!!  This can't be!
(Grabs TAXER)
Don't you move from this spot 'til I find out what's going on.

It seems pretty clear to me.  You paid the old tax.  There's a new one.  Pay the difference.  Good day.


(Picks up a pastry gun)
Freeze, Tax Person.  Don't make another move.  I'm serious here.

(Hardly upset)
Look.  I had a job to do.  I did it.  I didn't make the tax, you know.  


Friday, August 4, 2017

School Plays with Large Cast Comedy Humorous Funny Scripts

"The Hysterical History of the Trojan War The Trojan War has never been so funny. This is still Homer's story but with a twist. 13-18+ speaking roles and potential for unlimited extras.

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"The Weird, Wild and Wonderful Days of School" 
A full length play about young adults who are dealing with change. This play has a flexible cast from 7 to 49.

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"Beauty IS a Beast" Children's Comedy - 15 to 25 speaking parts with more possible extra parts as well (run time: 50-60 minutes)

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"Between Good and Evil" - a full length comedy stage play script about superheroes and aliens. For 7 to 42 actors.

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"To Be A Star"

A children's script with possible dance scenes for 26 actors (6-20 females, 4-6 males)

"Holka Polka!"- A Fairy Tale Mystery - 6+ female, 2+ male, 11+ either and optional extras

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"WvP (Witches vs. Princesses)"

The witches have a contest to see who can capture the most princesses. But can the princesses outwit the witches? This is a full length comedy play for 23 actors (15-22 females 1-7 males)

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