Are you searching for new drama lesson plans, activities, curriculum, scripts as well as a wide collection of theatre games in one place? Freedrama.net has you covered! Freedrama.net has a great collection of drama games, scripts, lesson plans as well as drama activities for teens and kids. We have a selection of stage play scripts from drama to comedy, for kids and adults, with an extensive selection from skits to full length plays.
These scripts may be used for FREE but PLEASE do NOT repost the TEXT of any script online in any way. Students, actors, teachers and student may use the scripts for acting or classroom activities and even videos, but do NOT repost them online. Please link to the scripts on the website. We love that! But these scripts are published and protected by copyright (c) 2001-2016 so do not upload the entire text of a script. Performing the scripts for an audience or on a video is totally okay. Just be sure to credit the author and our website (Freedrama.net). Thank you!
Freedrama is a free play scripts website from two regional Emmy Award winning filmmakers Doug and Shiela Larson. We both write scripts for the website and Shiela provides the art. We have a variety of stage play scripts from comedy to drama, for adults and kids, with a wide range of lengths from skits to full length plays.
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Are you new in teaching drama? Freedrama.net can assist you with or without a background in theatre. If you want new inspiration, Freedrama.net is overflowing with creative, original comedy and drama activities that you will not find anywhere else. A place for drama teachers, ESL teachers, as well as students and for people who love reading and plays, Freedrama.net provides scripts for the classroom, school as well as in community so as to:
Enhance fluency and communication
Assist less talkative or shy students to speak in front of the class
Promote cooperative learning
Offer practice for true-life experiences
Allow students and children to become creative and show their personality
Promote language retention and understanding
Encourage reading in dramatic material.
Check out the comedy and drama lesson plans for elementary as well as mid-school students. They are ideal for camp, classroom as well as after school use.
Those who are new to teaching drama, Freedrama.net will be your savior!
You could spend hundreds on workshops and thousands on training and books. However, when you are searching for drama script and curriculum which are simple and can be used instantly for free, you have found it! Freedrama.net has all the all the stage play scripts that you need for your actors that packed with meaningful and original stories that will inspire your actors.
If you are a teacher or a writer and would like to share your lesson plans or writing on our blog, please let us know. Teachers - We would be happy to share any classroom ideas your have! Writers - We would love to help promote your writing. Our blog gets thousands of visitors a month so this is a great way to share what you're doing.
We also love to have actors do videos of our monologues for our YouTube channel. And we look for social media marketing help as well. If you're a teacher, writer, actor or marketer, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
*Freedrama scripts are FREE to use in a classroom, audition, competition, or workshop. But ALL mentions and printouts of the script should include the author (D. M. Larson) and the source (Freedrama.net). You may add links to the scripts on your website, but do NOT repost the text of this script online, even for educational use. For more information, please see my blog post “How Plagiarism Hurts Authors.”
If you produce the script for an audience or profit, you can do one of the following options: