So you want to perform one of my plays, but you don’t know where to go. Well that’s easy, I’m glad you asked.

Allie In Wonderland

2F / 2M / 11 Either + Extras

What happens when Alice forgets how to dream? That’s what the characters in this refreshing adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s timeless tale want to know. For one thing, Wonderland isn’t quite as wonderful anymore; the sparkle fades and the characters lose their luster. But rumor has it that thoroughly modern Alice, who prefers the name, Allie, is coming back. There’s hope yet for Wonderland if only the Cat can convince her that the imagination is not only real but necessary. This is the opportunity for your actors and your audiences to see Alice in a new light and follow her through the rabbit hole where she rediscovers the magic of Wonderland along with all your favorite characters from the White Rabbit and the Caterpillar to Tweedle Dee, Tweedle Dum, the Mad Hatter and the March Hair. And Wonderland wouldn’t be complete without the Queen of Hearts with her Flamingo croquet mallets who still threatens to “cut off her head!” But Allie has a weapon of her own; a Triple Chocolate Espresso Mocha Latté with whipped cream. $20 Single Use Copyright Fee plus $40 Royalty per Performance for Amateur Theatre. Professional Theatre Royalties Calculated on Application.

$40.00 Royalty per Performance
$20.00 Single-Use Copyright Fees

Allie In Wonderland

Published by Heartland Play Publishers in 2012. You can peruse the script and purchase scripts and performance rights here.

The Absolutely True Story of Tom Sawyer (As Told by Becky Thatcher

tomsawyertruestoryFrom Heartland Play Publishers

6F / 4M
Approximate Playing Time: 1 hour

So, you think you know what Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn were up to back when they were supposed to be painting Aunt Polly’s fence? Well, think again. Becky Thatcher clues us in on the real story. Everett Robert skillfully mixes the events as told by Mark Twain with scenes depicting what Becky Thatcher claims really happened— all in great fun and with charming humor. The playing of the traditional scenes provides a great opportunity to relive your favorite moments from “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer” as retold by Mark Twain while experiencing something fresh from the imagination of one of our best new children’s authors, Everett Robert. And you’ll never guess how Becky Thatcher came to know so much! $20 Single Use Copyright Fee plus $40 Royalty per Performance for Amateur Theatre. Professional Theatre Royalties Calculated on Application.

$40.00 Royalty per Performance
$20.00 Single-Use Copyright Fee

Published by Heartland Play Publishers in 2013. You can peruse the script and purchase scripts and performance rights here.


Four classic stories told in a unique and exciting way forms the basis of this collection featuring duets and monodramas. Join two women, reunited years after their HS graduation, and examine the changes in their lives for the better and the worst in “The Reunion” based on the classic poem “A Ruined Maid” by Thomas Hardy. Meet Kid Blink, a union leader who led one of the most successful and infamous strikes in history, all at the age of 13, in “Blink” based on the true story of the 1899 Newsboys Strike. Based on “Lot 249” by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, “The Mysterious Case of Lot 249” is the story of a detective, on the trail of a mysterious killer, who doggedly interrogates a witness, who knows more then he’s telling. Finally, a young teenager tells the story of her unexpected pregnancy in “Miriam and Isa” based on the Biblical story.

Published by Black Box Theatre Publishing in 2014. You can peruse the script and purchase scripts here and secure performance rights here.

In The Shadow Of The Cross

in the shadow of the cross 6A unique one act play script

Experience the Passion week in an exciting new way with In the Shadow of the Cross. This unique one act play script incorporates a minimalist set, a series of vignettes, and multimedia to retell the Easter story. In the Shadow of the Cross utilizes a series of monologues, duets, and trios to retell the story of the last days of Jesus Christ. Perfect for Easter-or any time-this play is perfect for churches or youth groups looking for a different way to tell a familiar story. Great script for churches, christian schools and home school groups.

10-Minute Plays

10-Minute Plays are just what they sound like, short plays that can be performed in 10 minutes or less. These are great for competition solo or duet acting or for special, non-profit presentations (such as school assemblies or religious services). Click on each title for the opportunity to peruse 90% and to purchase a copy.

The Reunion


Meet Martha, your typical rural woman. Church on Sundays, married to a local farmer, knows everyone in town. Meet Melia, big city writer who was disowned when she came out of the closet. They haven’t seen each other in 5 years, but a chance encounter in the city leads to a frank discussion of life and reality.

This 10-Minute play, intended for two females, is perfect for high school drama and speech competitions. Based on the poem “A Ruined Maid” by Thomas Hardy.

Available for $0.99 now.


Based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Lot No. 249, The Mysterious Case of Lot 249 is a traditional 2 man play. Following the mysterious deaths of two college students, an intrepid police inspector interrogates his only suspect, a fellow university student. But he has an air-tight alibi. Who actually committed the murders? Find out in The Mysterious Case of Lot 249.

Available for $0.99 now.

The Mysterious Case of Lot 249

Hey Joe, What Do You Know?


An original Christmas monologue, Hey Joe, What Do You Know, looks at what it must have been like for Jesus’ earthly father through the eyes of a modern man.

Available for $0.99 now.

Hey Joe, What Do You Know

Miriam And Isa



Miriam is a new mother to a 3 month old boy named Isa. One morning she begins to reflect on and tell Isa the story of his conception and birth in this 10-minute Christmas drama. Relieve the miracle of Advent in a whole new light.

Available for $0.99 now.

Miriam and Isa



1 M

Based on the true story of Kid Blink and the Newsboys Strike of 1899, Blink the a dramatic monologue for one male actor. It is the story of a the recognized leader of the unofficial strike that shut down the newspapers of New York City for 3 weeks. Relive this true story that inspired the movie and musical Newsies.

Available for $0.99 now.


Hey Joe, What Do You Know?

24022297This original Christmas monologue takes a look at the earthly father of Jesus, Joseph. A man has a one sided conversation with Joseph while looking at a Nativity scene. This 2-3 minute monologue is perfect for religious Christmas programs. Please do not perform without giving proper credit to the author. Please inform the author if used and think about blessing the author for his work and for royalties

If you are interested in my 3-Act religious drama, My Deliverer, please email me at everettrobert@hotmail.com

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