Several of Shakespeare's plays do not fit comfortably into the genres of comedy, tragedy or history and have come to be known as problem plays.
This Hub page looks at the best song from Notre Dame de Paris
This script is vintage humor from maybe the 1950s or 1960s. Learn more here.
One of Henrik Ibsen's finest plays is Hedda Gabler. It centres around the eponymous heroine and her desire to break free from the constraints imposed by society in the late 19th century.
This blog is about a theater presentation called "HIVoices" and how it was formed.
A free monologue, based on the classic story of Little Red Riding Hood, as told in the perspective of Mr. Big Bad Wolf.
This page looks at Esmeralda's green costme from Notre Dame de Paris.
If you have a hard time with public speaking or have a very shy child, try dramatic performance. I know this sounds totally absurd for a person already afraid of the public but it does work.
Inspector Javert, nemesis of Jean Valjean in Les Miserables. A man born to a convict, who devoted his life to the letter of the law, becomes a dangerous opponent with his rigid idea of justice.
A short introduction to the stage directions and theater terminologies such as stage right, house right, upstage, centerstage, downstage etc.