Full Length Musicals

Stage Fright $30 (Video Sample)

Flexible cast; 1-12+. Run Time: Approximately 90 minutes

Stage Fright is a rambunctious, free-style musical addressing all the ways in which one encounters and overcomes fear; from being afraid of the dark to fear of commitment and much more. The script is written for a cast of five, but was originally written as a one-woman musical, and can accommodate a cast of one, ten, or anything in between and beyond. 

Esther $30 (Audio Sample)

Cast: 10 males, 13 females + chorus. Run Time: Approximately 2 hours

The inspiring biblical story of Esther and her bravery to save her people amidst hate and intrigue  is captured in this intense, beautiful, and sometimes humorous musical. 

How to be Human: a monster musical $25 (Video Sample)

Cast: 7 males, 9 femalesRun Time: Approximately 2 hours

A group of monsters who are studying humans are thrilled when two high school students accidentally stumble into their classroom. Zombie love songs, monster-human relations, and delightful twists abound in this musical comedy about appreciating yourself just the way you are.

A Royal Pain $25 (Audio Sample)

Cast: 8 males, 12 females, 3 flexible + chorus. Run Time: Approximately 2 hours

A highly ridiculous musical, A Royal Pain is the medieval tale of Prince Daniel, who must find a bride in one week in order to become king. Enter evil Royal Advisor, some rat-princesses, a crazy nurse, and a beautiful but sassy baker who may just unintentionally win the Prince’s heart. And it’s all narrated by two medieval rock-stars.

An Angel’s Song $25 (Video Sample)

Cast: 10 males, 7 females + chorus. Run Time: Approximately 1 hour 15 minutes

This Christmas musical is about a young girl who’s only wish is to play the angel in the community Christmas pageant. But alas, her dreams are dashed when she once again is asked to play a sheep. Colorful characters and festive songs round out this musical of humor and hope.

*A note on music: The practice tracks for these productions are by no means professional, and are only meant to help learn the songs. Generally they are sung by a female, which sometimes means the notes are sung an octave higher than intended or the vocals are altered. Sometimes there are screaming children in the background. The performance tracks are piano accompaniment and sometimes a simple drum track. “Melody lead sheet music” only includes the melody notes and not full piano accompaniment, and those productions would require performance tracks to be performed.