Large Cast One-Act Plays
Whether you are looking for a large cast comedy for an evening of one-acts, or a large cast drama for competition, Stage Partners has an excellent catalog of award-winning large cast plays for high schools, middle schools, and theatres.
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Length: 30-45 minutesCast Size: 12-50 actors (suggested casting: 20 any)Genre: ComedySynopsis:
Finally your timeless questions about teachers will be answered through a series of hilarious revelations -- from a gameshow revealing your teacher's teenage years to a battle of core subject teachers vs. electives... By the end you'll know why teachers drink so much coffee and what to do if an unexpected encounter occurs in public.
Length: 30-35 minutesCast Size: 5-30+ actors (suggested casting: 15 any)Genre: ComedySynopsis:
Are you ready to leave that horrible job, but you want to go out in style? Well, you've come to the right place. Join Gayle Staverson and her group of players as they teach you a variety of fun ways to quit your job with a flourish. From bringing your own audience, to singing the perfect "I quit!" song, Gayle and company will show you how to leave your job and never be forgotten. So come on down t...
Length: 35-40 minutesCast Size: 18-30 actors (suggested casting 2F, 1M, 15 any)Genre: Dramedy, ComedySynopsis:
College-drop out Elle is lost and trying to find her place in the world until she meets a Greek Chorus completely devoted to each other and speaking in unison. And doing other things in unison. Like getting a job a Walmart and going on a date. To join them, Elle has to give up everything and everyone she knows, but maybe this is exactly what she has been looking for...
Length: 30-35 minutesCast Size: 13-21 actors (suggested casting: 9F, 4M)Genre: ComedySynopsis:
It is the best of times, it is the worst of times for the “biggest little zoo in New Jersey.” The good news is that it’s Public Appreciation Day, lots of entertainments are planned, and the zoo expects to receive its official accreditation. The bad news is the animals are escaping their cages and the rhinos, cheetahs, and penguins are chasing the acrobats, clowns, and food vendors. It's up t...