Pages Navigation Menu

Theatrical Publisher and Performance Rights Licensing of Plays and Musicals for All Audiences and Theatre Groups, Amateur, Educational, Professional and Religious

Categories Navigation Menu

The Christmas Sweet • A Short Play

Posted on Jul 22, 2019 in ZT Christmas Shows, ZT Short Plays

by J. Derrick Hibbard. (For production by All Church Groups, Youth Theatres, Community Groups) The Christmas Sweet opens in a present-day family room where a family sits down together for their special Christmas Eve family night.  They enjoy this tradition by acting out the story of Christ’s birth. Later that night, one of the children has a dream in which he is able to experience the nativity scene first hand. PLAY DETAILS: 7M 5W 1TB 1TG 2B 1G 2 simple setting About 25 minutes ORDER #2053 Available Soon for ALL producing groups. PERUSAL MATERIALS The Perusal Pages File (in PDF format) can be read by clicking ChristmasSweetPERUSAL It contains the first TWO scenes of the FOUR scene script. PRODUCTION MATERIALS AVAILABLE Script in PDF format  — Order #2053a : $10.00 (from which you will be authorized to copy for...

Read More

The Plan • A Play

Posted on Jul 17, 2019 in ZT Old Test, ZT Plays, ZT Short Plays

by Eric Samuelsen (For production by Professional Groups, College/University Groups, Community Groups, LDS & Other Church Groups) The play examines some of the real-life dilemmas and emotions that face us all— choice and consequences, pain and difficulty and joy—framed in a series of short scenes from the Old Testament. This is Samuelsen’s twenty-fifth produced play, and his experience is evident. The Plan shows us real people dealing with real problems. Earnest, sincere, guilty, and oftimes hilarious, Samuelsen’s characters span the gamut of human experience. Six short themed plays make up the evening:  GAIA, BATHSHEBA, RUTH IN THE HOUSE OF BOAZ, RACHEL’S SISTER, OUTSIDE JERICHO and EVE, DYING. Each of these short plays can be performed on its own.  But if the entire cycle is produced, it can be performed with as few as two actors (1 M 1 F),...

Read More