LARGE CAST PLAYS (CAST 20 OR MORE)

LARGE CAST PLAYS FOR A CAST OF TWENTY OR MORE

LARGE CAST PLAYS

A Contemporary Christmas Carol – a modern day Scrooge story

  • A minimum of twelve and up to 32 parts
  • Length 90 minutes

 A country reunion – American comedy about hicks and a bottle o’ moonshine

  • Cast 7F 12M and an announcer
  • Length 40-50 minutes

Brookland’s blooming cats – children’s musical script

  • Cast 25 plus choir
  • Length One and a half hours

A House Divided – a Civil War Play in four acts

  • 18M 11F
  • Two hours

A Manger Carol – a Nativity Play for kids and teens

  • Twenty to Sixty actors
  • Length 40 minutes

Acrisius – modern classic Greek plays for a large cast

  • 19 actors plus smaller parts
  • Length 2- 2.5 hours

After Ever After – a fairytale musical for schools

  • Up to forty actors
  • 1.25 hours

Aladdin – comedy script

  • Thirteen to twenty actors
  • Length One Hour

Alice in Football Land – play for older kids and young teens

  • Cast 19-29 1M 2F rest all M/F
  • Length 1.5 hours

Alien research – funny play for primary school children

  • Up to 40 children but many parts can be doubled
  • Length 25-30 minutes but cutting is allowed

Antibiotic – a hospital comedy script in two acts

  • 15-20 actors
  • Length two hours

Deliverance – play about Joan of Arc

  • 21M, 10F. Although there are 31 characters in this play an actual cast of 23 actors could be used by doubling
  • Length 2 hours plus

Forgotten – what happened after Neverland? Large cast fantasy play

  • 13F 17M
  • Length hours

Holiday Island – comedy drama about a bunch of Brits on holiday in Tenerife

  • Cast 17-20 9M 8-11F
  • Length 2-2.5 hours

Holiday shorts – collection of short plays for the holidays

  • 7 short plays with a total cast of 35, both adults and children
  • Length 60 minutes for all 7 plays

Honesty – radio plays – drama

  • 14M 9F
  • 1- 1.5 hours

Puss in Boots in the Wild West – The Pantomine!

  • Length Two hours
  • Cast up to 43 actors. Parts may be doubled

Return to Vardia – Three act adventure for a large cast

  • Cast of up to 77
  • Length Two hours

Santa’s Holiday – South African Christmas play

  • Cast of 32
  • Length 90 minutes

Shriek! The Fairytale – hilarious musical fairytale for high school

  • 10F, 11M
  • Length 90 minutes

Snow White and the Seven Dwarves – British Snow White panto

  • 15M (but can vary) 6F
  • Length 60 minutes

The confederation of radically altered people (CRAP) – superhero comedy play

  • 9M 13F (can also be produced with 7M 6F 9N)
  • Two hours

The Dragons of Spring – a two-act medieval teen comedy

  • Cast 16-20 12M 5F
  • Length 2 hours

The Faun – a fictional drama about Michelangelo

  • 21 actors
  • Length 100 minutes

The Gold Medallion – three act adventure play for a large young cast

  • 48 (40M 8F) BUT many F can play M parts and many parts can be doubled. With doubling a minimum of 33 actors will be needed.
  • Length just over 2 hours

The Last Time I saw Paris – teen parody on the whole horse of Troy thing

  • 47 parts – some may be doubled
  • Length 2-2.5 hours

The Pied Piper of Hawaii (Trouble in the wild west)

  • Cast of 26
  • Length 35-40 minutes

The Royal Blood cannot be Mixed

  • 8M 2F and ten other smaller parts
  • Length 2 hours

The serpent under it – a true story about Helen Duncan, a WWII psychic medium tried as a witch

  • 23F 26M (smaller parts may be doubled)
  • Length 3 hours

The Way Out- comedy about escaping from the loony bin

  • Length 90 minutes
  • Cast 9M 12F

The Wizard of Odd – a pantomime script of the Wizard of Oz

  • 15-22 main parts
  • Length 90 minutes

Theseus and Ariadne – Greek style plays

  • Cast 18-28 9-10 F rest M
  • Length 90 minutes

Todd – full length drama script based on ‘Sweeney Todd’

  • Cast 20-28 21M 7F  (some parts can be doubled or played by opposite sex)
  • Length 2 hours

Tune in – two act comedy about reigniting a dilapidated TV station

  • Cast 11 at least 5M 1F and the rest either gender 11 to 20 parts
  • Length 100 minutes

Victims of the Forest – medieval scary plays

  • Cast 24-33
  • Length 2.5 hours


Where’s Mr M? – sci fi stage play set in a world where you think you control your life. But you don’t.

  • Cast 1-2 main roles. Up to 20 smaller roles
  • Length 90 minutes

 

Wotcha! Gotcha! – steam punk funny pantomime set in Victorian London

  • Cast 26 but many parts can be doubled or played by either sex
  • Length is 2 hours

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