'The Spiriting of Burd Ellen', a one-act version of this play, is also available from Stagescripts Ltd.
THE SNOW QUEEN
165 productions in the UK, Ireland, the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Holland, Germany, Luxembourg and Hong Kong
Large mixed cast : doubling and trebling possible.
Suitable for youth, adult or mixed-age production.
"enchanted the young and young-at-heart alike … this magical production takes you on a heartfelt frozen adventure ... filled with fun characters and great laughs” (SVC News, California) “An endearing, heartfelt story … a fun and zany adventure … a wonderful play about never giving up and the power of friendship” (Along Comes Mary) “Filled with heart, adventure and laughter ... sure to charm younger and older audiences alike” (Santa Clarita Guide) “A great show for kids and grandkids, full of adventure and laughter for everyone!” (Santa Clarita Magazine) "our audiences were entranced..." (Ottershaw Players); "a magical dramatisation" (Stourbridge News); "a new and exciting version of the classic fairy tale" (Chads Theatre); "a delight for family audiences" (Scene One); "spellbinding" (Lowestoft Journal); "magic ... really captivated the audience" (Highbury Players); "sell out audiences" (Everyman Theatre); "a fairy-tale treat" (Arts Archive); "really cool" (Huntingdon Youth Theatre)
(An abridged one-act version is now available as a printed manuscriapt)
'De Sneeuwkoningin', a
Dutch translation, is published by Toneeluitgeverij Vink in the Netherlands.
"The Snow Queen" was Samuel French's Play of the Week 30 January 2014
SPLITS IN THE SKIN
Adult Drama : 4f 1m 1m(n/s) - Fay, Hester, Carrie, Giles, Roberta, Father
The Dunstans meet for a rare family reunion at the request of their father, now aged 80. During a an afternoon fraught with accusations, arguments, regrets and recriminations they look back on their childhood, reveal their best-kept secrets, confront their failures and deal with their father’s unexpected and suspicious death.
(Formerly published by Silvermoon Publishing - now dissolved)