One Act Plays and Musicals
by William Armstrong
20 Jun 2008
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If your theatre group is looking for funny shows with clean language, consider these plays by William Armstrong. To read the script of a play, click on its title.
All of the plays on this Web site are protected by copyright law and may not be performed without written permission.
TO GET COPIES OF THE PLAYS
The plays, as presented on this Web site, are for reading on line, so that you can decide if you'd like to perform them. You may obtain a copy of a play if:
- You plan to evaluate it for possible performance, or
- You plan to perform it.
E-mail us () with the name of the play(s) you are considering. Please include the name of the play in the subject line of your e-mail. We will e-mail you a complete copy of the play, the author's production notes, and licensing information. All documents are in Microsoft Word format unless you request plain text or Adobe PDF.
While you are evaluating the play(s), but not more than 60 days, you may print enough copies of the play(s) to facilitate your evaluation. If you decide to perform the play(s), you may print enough copies for the cast and crew. After your evaluation and/or performances, you must destroy all printed and electronic copies of the play(s).
APPLYING FOR RIGHTS
Obtaining a copy of a play does not include a license or permission to perform any of the plays. To perform any of the plays you must apply for rights to perform the play(s) and pay a royalty. To apply for a performance license please complete a license agreement form (part of our e-mail to you) and mail it to us with your payment.
All rights, including professional, amateur, motion picture, recitation, lecturing, public reading, radio, broadcasting and television are strictly reserved. In its present form the plays are solely for the use of the reading public. The stage performance rights to these plays are controlled exclusively by William Armstrong, and royalty arrangements and licenses must be secured well in advance of presentation.
A royalty fee per performance (as indicated in the chart above) is charged for each of the plays. Royalties are payable one week before the opening performance of the play. Royalty of the required amount must be paid whether the play is presented for charity or gain and whether admission is charged or not. Plays that use music require separate payment(s) to the music copyright holder(s).
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