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The Robber Baron and the Baker Thief – Teen adventure play

THE ROBBER BARON AND THE BAKER THIEF – TEEN ADVENTURE PLAY

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The Robber Baron and the Baker Thief follows the story of young Hans, the son of a Baker and Maria, the daughter of a miller. Hans and Maria are in love with each other but are afraid to tell the other how they feel. Hans also has a secret; he travels the countryside as the notorious highwayman known as Black Jack. A chance encounter in the forest where Hans as Black Jack rescues Maria from a band of robbers exposes his secret to the black-hearted villain Baron Blackheart who falls for Maria’s beauty and decides to make her his bride. At this point the play follows a series of events as the Baron plots to win the hand of Maria and rid himself of Black Jack once and for all…

See the promo video of the 2016 production by Ferny Grove school, Australia.

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Author: David Schmidt

Genre: Teen adventure romance

Type: Two act play

Cast: 19 5F, 8F and the rest either gender.

Ages of the actors: Suitable for teens

Suitable for: The whole family

Length: 90 minutes

Set: The sets for this show can also be as simple or as elaborate as you want. Descriptions for each set can be found in the script. When first performed trees for the forest were made out of cardboard and a single banquet table was used for the baker shop, the bar at Joe’s Forest hideaway and the barons castle. Smaller tables were used for Joe’s forest hideaway and the kitchen table in Maria’s home. This made for easy scene changes

Level of Difficulty: 6/10 a fun and easy teen play ideal for drama camp

Read a Sample of the Script




Cost is $6 for this drama camp workshopped play

Contact Off The Wall Plays with any queries about The Robber Baron and the Baker Thief

© September 2014 David Schmidt and Off The Wall Play Publishers

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Peter’s dream – three act teen adventure
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The Dragons of Spring – two-act comedy script for teenagers

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Teen Plays

THE DRAGONS OF SPRING – A TWO-ACT COMEDY SCRIPT FOR TEENAGERS

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In this two-act comedy script for teenagers, King Bob is informed by the ‘Queen for a day,’ his wife, that it is high time that their daughter, Clementine was married, being at the ripe of age of fifteen.  Clementine, however is, desperately in love with Claudius, the castle plumber.  In an effort to ensure that she marries someone of noble blood, the King and Queen issue a Royal Decree stating that anyone who kills the local dragon will win 5000 pounds.  (And in small print,”Marry the Princess Clementine.”)

two-act play script for teenagers

When the Princess Clementine hears about this, she is determined that her true love, Claudius, the plumber shall be the one to slay the dragon and so she drags the unwilling Claudius and her maidservant to the forest to slay the dragon.  However, her younger sister is determined that Clementine shall be married, to whoever, so that she can get her Clementine’s bedroom. So she drags her maidservant off to the forest to slay the dragon, and to pin it on one of the local elderly knights sent by the King to perform this errand.

Author:Richard Van Den Akker

Genre: Adventure fairytale for younger teens

Type: Two-act play

Length: One hour and ten minutes

Number of actors: 16-20, sixteen to twenty  12M,  5F, rest anything

Level of difficulty: 7/10 Easy script and quite funny. There are special effects but how to make them is well described by the playwright in a separate document

Set: There are four scenes and three sets – the throne room, the village green and the woods. these can easily be accomplished with backdrops and minimal furnishings.

Read more about playwright Richard Van Den Akker.

Read a Sample of the Script




Cost is $6 for this previously staged script

Contact Off the Wall Plays with any queries relating to The Dragons of Spring

Copyright July 2013 Richard Van Den Akker and Off The Wall Play Publishing

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