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Today's Tip: How to make an inexpensive backdrop for any play

by | Wednesday, April 18, 2012 | 0 comment(s)

Here's one wonderful tip that came from Amy in Laguna Hills, CA, on how to create an inexpensive backdrop for any play: Tack down a canvas or plastic painter's drop cloth onto a wall (you may need to cut or glue it to make the perfect size). Choose a picture or photo that will serve as the basic...

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Editing and Rewriting Plays

by | Wednesday, April 11, 2012 | 0 comment(s)

Every once in a while we get calls from conscientious customers wanting to know if it's OK for them to rewrite parts of our plays or skip certain songs.The answer is...of course! You can always trim, add to, or rewrite our stuff in order to suit your needs. (Unlike real playwrights, we are pretty...

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American Symbols

by | Sunday, April 1, 2012 | 0 comment(s)

Our spring play is American Symbols. Because very similar curriculum is taught for younger and older children, we’re doing something a little wild with this show. In the same book/CD set you’ll get two different versions of the play, one for very young kids (K-1) and one for older kids (2-4)....

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Good Manners: A Medieval Quest for Polite Behavior

by | Wednesday, February 1, 2012 | 0 comment(s)

Teach grades 2-6 those all-important manners with our new play: Good Manners: A Medieval Quest for Polite Behavior.It’s the Middle Ages, and a wicked spell has been cast on the kingdom: good manners have suddenly disappeared, and it’s up to Sir Gwendolyn and Sir Dancelot to bring them back....

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New Play Format to Check Out: 10-Minute-Minis

by | Tuesday, January 3, 2012 | 0 comment(s)

10-Minute Minis are ready-made curriculum (grades 3-7) designed for reading aloud and singing along in the classroom. Each Mini includes two songs to reinforce the subject, featuring Bad Wolf’s trademark stupid jokes and melodies designed to get stuck in your students’ heads.Your students get the...

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