K12 PlayKits are designed to give you everything you need for your upcoming school or competition performance without all the hassle, hoops, and uncertainty of traditional licensing. This one-time fee includes a PDF performance script/score, Copy License, Opening Act performance license, marketing materials, and more!
K12 PlayKits are only available for accredited elementary, middle, high school, or homeschool performances. All other groups must apply for a license via application form.
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PlayKit | The Tempest
by William Shakespeare
Adapted by Don Fleming
The Tempest, is widely known as Shakespeare’s farewell to the stage. In the play Prospero, the duke of Milan and a powerful magician, is banished from Italy and cast to sea by his usurping brothers, Antonio and Alonso, the king of Naples. Prospero lives on the island with his daughter, Miranda, his servant monster, Caliban, and his helpful spirit Ariel, who is his chief magical agent.
Pages: 46 pg
Casting Breakdown: 12-14 roles plus ensemble
Estimated run time: 45-60 minutes (Can be cut for competition)
This script was originally developed for Seattle Children’s Theatre Summer Season, an acclaimed program in which student actors and theatre professionals come together to produce polished Play. The Summer Season inspired by classic works, were specifically written for students in grades 4 through 12 to develop acting and other theatrical skills.
This K12 PlayKit includes:
- Opening Act Edition PDF script
- Opening Act performance license for 1-8 performances (choose the number of performances using drop-down bar)
- Copy license to copy included PDF script for your cast, crew, and production team. There is no additional cost for scripts!
- Media pack including logo PNG & SVG's as well as template poster files.
- Director's Guide with tips, suggested rehearsal activities, FAQ, and more!
- Cutting permission for competition performances and link to add performances as you progress through the competition.