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Production History - Theater for Youth

* Denotes world premiere of original play
** Denotes world premiere of original musical
Title noted in bold denotes script available for licensing

1979-1980

Many Moons, Charlotte Chorpenning
In One Basket, Shirley Pugh

1980 - 1981

The Canturbury Tales for Children, Bernice Brunson
You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
The Flowering Island, Mark Martino *

1982 - 1983

Bertram and His Dancing Bear, Scotti Sween *

1983 - 1984

Lili, Cathryn Pisarski
Ruby Ring, Cathryn Pisarski *
The Miracle Worker, William Gibson
Aesop’s Fables, David Marco and Marcy Mazola
The Near-Sighted Knight and the Far-Sighted Dragon, Eleanor Harder and Ray Harder

1984 - 1985

The Ransom of Red Chief, adapted from O. Henry by Brian Krel
Robin Hood, Cathryn Pisarski *
Pocahontas, Cathryn Pisarski *
Canterbury Tales, Bernice Bronson
Sinbad and the Evil Genie, Jack Melanos

1985 - 1986

Twain by the Tale, adapted from the work of Mark Twain
The Golden Grotto, or Bracko, The Prince Frog, Max Pearson *
The Odyssey, Gregory Falls and Kirk Beattie
Nancy Drew and the Swami’s Ring

1986 - 1987

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, adapted from Washinton Irving by Max Pearson *
The Big and the Little Revue
The Dragon Tale, John Carter and Mary Beall
The Archer and the Princess, Patricia Rumble and Rick Berry *
Androcles and the Lion, adapted by Aurand Harris
The Beast, Thomas Fontana, Jon Marans and Jeff Sorg **

1987-1988

The Ransom of Red Chief, adapted from O. Henry by Brian Krel
The Secret Garden, adapted from F. H. Burnett by Rosellen Brown and Lori MacGregor *
Rapunzel, Jack A. Melanos
The Boy Who Talked to Whales, Webster Smalley

1988-1989

A Woman Called Truth, Sandra Fenichel Asher
A Little Princess, Frances Hodgson Burnett
FEET!, Don Yost
Sleeping Beauty, Charlotte Chorpenning
Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare

1989-1990

Treasure Island, adapted from R. L. Stevenson by Aurand Harris
Little House on the Prairie, adapted from Laura Ingalls Wilder by Barbara Field
East of the Sun, West of the Moon, Sandra Fenichel Asher
Phantom! The Tale of the Phantom of the Opera, adapted from the work of Gaston Leroux by Jim      Giesel
The Wind in the Willows, Kenneth Grahame
Hamlet, William Shakespeare

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