Here at Fun Middle School Plays, you’ll find fun plays for kids, not to mention the director and the audience! I offer a wide variety of shows for middle school. You’ll find comedy plays, old-fashioned melodramas, Wild West shows, Christmas plays, mystery dinner theater plays, Shakespearean spoofs, short skits, and more.
There are 30 minute middle school plays, 45 minute middle school plays, and 1 hour middle school plays--all of which feature laughs galore!
These scripts for middle school are guaranteed fun.
And if you’re looking for a school fundraiser play, there’s nothing better than one of these shows for your middle school drama group! They can be done with small casts, large casts, small drama groups, big drama groups--possibilities are endless.
Here's what people are saying:
I was reminded of an important truth the other day. You people are fun. And by “you people,” I mean middle school drama teachers. I’m certain of this because the other day I found myself unexpectedly in a conversation with a middle school drama mentor…and we might have been perfect strangers, but we were cracking […]
Before I tell you anything about my playscript Much Ado About Soup, you need to promise me something. Do not, under any circumstances, let my English professor from twenty-five years ago hear about this, okay? Because this is the man that–upon knowing what I did to one of Shakespeare’s most beloved plays–would promptly stand up […]
Once upon a time, I was a middle school teacher in a very small and very rural school. Actually, to be perfectly accurate, I was the middle school. I taught all of our sixth, seventh, and eighth graders in one room, all day, for all subjects...and loved it!
One school year, I happened to be in need of a playscript. But not just any script. I needed a script that was appropriate to the tender and tough age of adolescence. I needed a script that was flexible. I needed a script that was a reasonable length and could be performed successfully on a modest budget. And above all, I needed a playscript that was really, truly fun. Fun for the kids to perform, fun for me to direct, and fun for the audience to watch. And since I couldn’t seem to find a script that I really loved and met all of those needs, I wrote one. And I’ve been happily writing playscripts ever since.