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Free Theater Scripts for Allen County, Indiana

I, Jeannette Jaquish will grant free performance license to any person, school, theater, business or organization in Allen County, Indiana, to perform any of my authored scripts from now through September 2015, upon their request and notification to me. Music, tech notes, posters, and stage design, if they exist, are included. Postage of a few dollars for music CDs is all that I require.

How? Simply go to my scripts website:
and select what you want from the 39 short to full length scripts written or adapted by Jeannette Jaquish. Call 260 484-5946 or email for help selecting.
Click on "ORDER" and fill in the script title(s) and your contact information, and write "Allen County, Indiana" into "Comments" or "Promo Code".
Click "SUBMIT" and you are done! Go no further. Do not fill out payment information. I will send you the script and license.

Also, anyone can print the 3 FREE "Even Talking Frogs Forget Their Lines" Scenebooks.

These scripts are exciting, funny, flexible and varied, with great lines for everyone. They range from full length "Alice in Wonderland", "Wizard of Oz", "Harry Potter and the Obnoxious Voice", (over 2 hours each), to medium "Don't Look in the Lake" (25 minutes) to very short and easy: "The Damsel Game" (14 minutes) and "Snow White and the Eco-Disaster Dwarves" (3 minutes). Some deal with science. All will delight actors and audience.

My History: I ran the Firehouse Theater in Fort Wayne for 3.5 years, producing 78 shows/305 performances, until closing Feb. 2010. Since then I produced "Don't Look in the Lake" at Fright Night 2011, "The New Wizard of Oz Musical" at the University of St. Francis and the Main Library auditorium, "Harry Potter and the Obnoxious Voice ~ the sssPOOF!" at Franke Park, and a Christmas show at the Main Library in 2012.
In 2013, I did "Slipperzzzz! Cobb and the 12 Dancing Princesses" at Cinema Center.
In 2014, I produced three plays at the Red Barn Theater in Tucson, AZ: "The Damsel Game", "The New Musical Wizard of Oz", "You Don't Bring Me Flowers Anymore" and workshopped a new science fiction script.
See details at HISTORY.

*QUESTIONS? -- CONTACT Jeannette Jaquish at 260 484-5946, or 260 750-9013, or at


Two photos from the 2014 Tucson productions:


Our Last Fort Wayne Production
“The script is witty and there were several laugh-out-loud lines.”
-- Jen Poiry's Curtain Call review in Whatzup? -- (scroll 90% down)


"Slipperzzzzzzzzz! ~ Cobb and the 12 Dancing Princesses"
a comedy action musical by Jeannette Jaquish.
Music by Kevin MacLeod, Tchiakovsky, and Camille Saint-Saens

A starry-eyed cobbler escapes his big-toothed small town girls to search for a princess,
rescues a forest witch from bandits and learns of 12 princesses who mysteriously disappear every night,
wearing their shoes to tatters.
Becoming the castle shoemaker, he follows the wily princesses to their
enchanting, dangerous rendezvous.

PERFORMANCES WERE: Sept. 7, 14, 21 and 28, 2013, at 11am,
at Cinema Center, 437 E. Berry
Tickets were: $6.

Instead of observing the sneaky princesses who wear out their dance slippers nightly, Prince Haagen (Brandon Johnson) is distracted by the wiles of Princess Jonquil (Chloe Cameron) while two of her sisters (Paige Trammel and Anna Boeglin) pour sleeping potion into his drink as other sisters (L to R) Autumn Byers, Katie Trammel, Elaina Blacketor and Carolann Byers laugh in anticipation of a night of dancing.

"Those Slippery Sleepy Princesses" - Director's Notes

QUOTES from the 9/12/2013 Whatzup's Curtain Call review by Jen Poiry:
“... some truly heartfelt moments”,
“. . . ties up loose ends the traditional oral folktale left dangling”
“The cast did an amazing job . . .”
" . . some laugh out loud lines."
“The songs were funny and catchy. . . ”
About the actors:
“excellent comedic timing”
“sardonic facial expressions”
“pompous and despotic without losing his fatherly vulnerability and charm”
“captures a range of emotions, from annoyance to kindness to love-struck angst”

See Jeannette Jaquish's scripts at

See Jeannette's old Firehouse Theater website.