In this short play we talk about a very important topic: bullying and how it affects the children who suffer it. It is a play in 3 acts that can be performed by 6 children or more characters.
In this short play for 3 characters the theme is love and, above all, farewells. The setting is a classic -an airport- but this story has something fantastic…
This short play for young audiences talks about drugs and addictions, the dangers and how to resist these temptations. It is a play in 2 acts for 8 characters.
In this short play for 3 characters, the only “real” protagonist interacts with her mirror that will help her improve her self-esteem regarding her body image and feminine beauty.
In this example of a short play for 5 characters, the main child receives a lesson from his father about not always paying attention to what others say.
This example of a short play shows us in a single scene that the most important thing, whatever country we are from, is to spend quality time with our family. We can see that the apparent differences are not such.
This short play adaptation of one of the stories from the well-known book The Man Who Counted is a good example to be performed by 9 characters, either by teens or adults.
This 5-act short play is a dramatic adaptation of the stories of King Arthur and Merlin the Magician. It is a fantastic play to be performed by 5 characters.
In this short 3-act play, good morals are taught through fantasy scenes and topics. The script is designed to be performed by 6 characters.
This short children’s play script uses animals to teach about the value of friendship. It is ideal to be performed in front of children such as preschoolers and to be performed by slightly older school children (3 characters).