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Q. Can you tell me a little about Arabian Dreams?

If you love the story of Arabian Nights, you will love Arabian Dreams! Written as a one-act, non musical, my goal was to make an Arabian style play simple to produce and easy to stage. It is a wonderful alternative to Arabian Nights!

Q. Can you tell me a little about your adaptation of A Midsummer Night's Dream?

Again, my goal was to make Shakespeare's play easier and simpler to produce. This adaptation of A Midsummer Night's Dream is a one-act, with a great story line from the original play. A really fun way to experience Shakespeare! 

Q. How long are your plays?

All of my plays are one-act plays, designed to be performed in less than an hour. They are perfect for school performances!

Q. What about the sets? 

These easy-to-produce plays call for just one simple set, which you can make more elaborate if you wish. 

Q. What about costumes?

My plays are designed for simple costumes which, as your set, can be more elaborate if you wish. My intention is to make your life easy!

Q. How many background actors can your plays accommodate?

As many or as few as you wish. My plays provide you with complete creative freedom for a large or small background cast.

Q. Will you accept a purchase order?

Definitely.

Q. Does the purchase price cover all of the scripts I need, all of my performances at my non-profit educational establishment, and the video-recording license so it can be recorded?

Yes! It's all covered. All your scripts are downloadable and printable. All your performances are included in your one fee. Video and upload as much as you want!

Q. I don't want my audience to be bored. Are your plays entertaining?

I take pride in writing plays that are entertaining and fun, and your audience will have as much fun as your actors! 

Q. I have a question that isn't answered here. Can I call you or email you?

Please do! I would love to hear from you.


Thanks, Tanya