Edie will cast and direct a play with students including costumes, props, sets, songs & dance.
Edie has adapted over 50+ plays for children for groups of 5 to 30 characters. Choose from our catalog below or create your own play.
Yeh Shen: the ancient Chinese version of Cinderella
Jack and the Beanstalk
Goldilocks and the Three Bears
The Three Little Pigs
El Secreto Gigante
The Princess Who Could Not Cry
Backyard Angels: two bands join for a music competition,
Eye of the Storm: fun Caribbean murder mystery,
Modern Art Mystery: a masterpiece goes missing at a costume party,
Museum Heist: a museum piece is stolen and two detective teams are on the case.
Alice in Wonderland
Beauty and the Beast
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
The Wizard of Oz
Dynasties of China: a musical review about Chinese Dynasties, Lewis and Clark go West: an American musical from fur trappers to the railroad
Meet Me in Missouri: from World's Fair to Modern day incl Charles Lindbergh and WWII, Native American Myths and Legends: stories from Native American Tribes.
Shape City: a diversity play GeoTrek: an exploration of the 7 continents
Voices: creative writing montage highlighting community.
A fun beginner's class teaching vocal and physical warm-ups, theatre games, roll playing and character development.
Act out songs and scenes from favorite fairytales. Fun creative imaginative play.
Multiple songs choreographed and performed in a final presentation.
Controversial topics brought in to spark discussion and participation. Students select subject and present a final debate.
Improve your ability to deliver engaging and memorable speeches with physical and vocal performance skills.
Using our seven basic ingredients to create children's theatre, students will create their own fairytale incorporating these principles.
A fun look at science and the process of invention from an idea to research, drawings and documentation to creation of prototype for final presentation.
Create you own show. We will help with song selection, monologue writing and execution. Musician provided for final performance.
Write your own play with these five easy steps then sit back and watch a staged reading bring it to life.