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Home Cooking by Jack Weyland — Two Plays

Posted on Sep 10, 2013 in Banner, Plays

There are TWO similar but different Home Cooking scripts by Jack Weyland available to you. But either can be easily adapted, if desired, to fit your locale by the substitution of local references. (For production by LDS Church Groups, Community Groups)   HOME COOKING ON THE WASATCH RANGE (More centered in Utah)  Third place winner in the 1979 Encore Playwriting Contest. This is it!! A smash hit in it’s extended and sold out Premiere run at Brigham Young University. A delightful spoof on BYU, dating and the family (Mafia style). This rib-tickling play, written by the author of the popular novels “Charly” and “Sam” and others, will leave you chuckling as the daughter of a rich New Yorker looks for happiness by pretending to be a “Utah Mormon”. A play saturated with characters your audience will like and situations...

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Digger — A Play

Posted on Jun 25, 2013 in Banner, D and C and Church History Stories, Plays

by Rob Lauer (For production by Professional Groups, College/University Groups, Community Groups, LDS & Other Church Groups, Youth Groups) Winner of the 1982 Mayhew award for Drama, “Digger” explores the early life of Mormon founder Joseph Smith, his youthful involvement in folk-magic and his evolution into an American frontier prophet. Produced as a Graduate Production at Brigham Young University Department of Theatre in Dec 1982 to sold-out crowds, “Digger” was praised by critics as “ground breaking” in the genre of Mormon drama. The play was published by Sunstone Magazine in 1988. PLAY DETAILS: 6M 2F About 2 hours Several Simple Locations ORDER #2040 REVIEWS “Digger” is a play about Joseph Smith before he was the prophet Joseph Smith; a play about an ordinary frontier boy who became the extraordinary founder of the Mormon religion; a play that gives a...

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Missionary Boxer — A Musical

Posted on Mar 13, 2013 in Banner, Coming Soon, D and C and Church History Stories

 Book and Lyrics by Jon Robert Howe Music by Lynn Burton Additional lyrics by Alan Miles, Lynn Burton, Eunice Black, Miles Samuelson, Blake Hamilton (For production by  College/University Groups, Community Groups, LDS Church Groups) This is the moving, funny and bitter-sweet story of Willard Bean’s life, including his winning the Lightweight Boxing Championship of the U.S.A., his five year proselyting mission to the Southern States and his 25 year mission on the Joseph Smith Farm in Palmyra New York — with his family — trying to secure the ownership of the Hill Cummorah for the Church. PLAY DETAILS: 18M 5W 5TB(inc lead Elders) 2TG 3B 2G + Chorus (other Elders, Townespersons & Mobsters) About 2 hours Order #2008 Available for ALL producing groups. (SOON) PRODUCTION MATERIALS AVAILABLE: This show is offered in a Production Package that includes: ONE Script...

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