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An FYI to our customers:  HaveScripts will be expanding into two sites so that we may serve you better.  WordsOnStage (www.WordsOnStage.net) will focus primarily on the youth and religious market.  Blue Moon Stage Plays (www.bluemoonplays.com)  will be offering plays geared to young adults, seniors, and theaters interested in contemporary issues, edgy content either in form or message, and original plays.  You may still place orders through this site, however, until further notice.  Thanks to everyone for the pleasure we've had in serving you these past 10 years and please visit our new sites, which will be announced soon.  All the plays currently on our site will continue to be available.  

Nat's Last Struggle by P. A. Wray--a one act African American,drama, played to acclaim at the Earl Hamner Theater and The Venue at 35th

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 Blue Moon Plays

Fables and Fairy Tales

Oliver Twist
Snow White
The Sleeping Beauty
The Snow Queen

Classic Adaptations for Kids and Community Theater

Macbeth for Kids
A Midsummer Night's Dream
The Tempest
Reverse Hamlet
A Concise Romeo and Juliet: In fewer, fewer words
The Hypochondriac:  a 50-minute adaptation of the Moliere classic farce

Issue Plays for Youth and Adults

Group S.O.S.
I Am The Brother of Dragons 
All Dressed Up
Three Long Days
Ophelia Lives!

James Joyce's "Dubliners"

Ibsen's Enemy of the People


Short Shorts for Seniors
A Cold Day in Hell
Attack at the Pierre-Fontaine
Friends and Relations


Snapshots (Winner of the Kersodle
The Devil's Due
The Pinch Hitter


91366  A new short play by Lori M. Myers, the daughter of Holocaust survivors.  A young girl in search of independence finds more than she expected from encountering an elderly woman in a tattoo parlor.

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Plays With Music

Feathers in the Wind:  in this comedy, an adaptation of Jewish folktales, the foolish people of Chelm try to find a rabbi. 

The Three Sarahs: a one-woman cabaret or a 3-woman show, Sarah gives us the lowdown on life with Abe.

Canterbury Tales: a musical adaptation of the classic tales .

Hymn to the Chesapeake: a haunting poetic play of life among the watermen of the Chesapeake Bay. 

The Stoff of Balthazar:  a woman fights thieves and henchman in a medieval forest for the return of her huband for the holidays. 

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Plays for Events

Fanny & Manny Tie the Knot: a wedding spook featuring a mis-matched couple.  This play can be performed at any wedding venue and the audience members are the invited guests.

Creative Drama and Youth Theatre
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Plays for Seniors
Twisted Shakespeare
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Fables and Fairy Tales
Alice's Adventures
Beauty and the Beast
Alice's Adventures
Beauty and the Beast

Classics for Kids
Macbeth for Kids
A Midsummer Night's Dream
The Tempest
The Red Shoes
Robin of Sherwood Forest

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The Stoff of Balthazar:  a woman fights thieves and henchman in a medieval forest for the return of her huband for the holidays. 

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The ABCs of Memory

Read the complete review by Scott Whitaker in the Broadkill Review.

"The ABCs of Memory, from ScriptWorks Press, mashes two books of poetry, with opposing ideals, together, a tradition that hearkens back to Blake, An Alphabet from An Ample Nation, and An Alphabet of Modest Means. Memory strikes a contemporary chord, cherishing the past while tightening the belt on the future, a theme most Americans could identify with in these recent years of economic recovery. Lianne’s ABCs are broad in depth and range, and touch on cultural milestones such as Elvis, Nancy Drew, Wonder Bread, 9-11, and Ty Cobb, as well as personal memories of her family. These poems are celebrations, elegies, and like the titles of the books, or parts suggest, hint at a plethora of riches, or a plethora of troubles, big and small." Broadkill Review
A Concise Christmas Carola 50-minute adapation for 1 0 4 actors by D. D. Delaney
Cinderella by Mickey Coburn: This Cinderella is feisty and fiery, the dialog is full of humor; the addition of two sprites – Junot and Julie – give additional casting possibilities for younger actors.