‘Love is the Best Doctor’ by Moliere

Four most fashionable doctors are called in by Sganarelle to cure his daughter, but instead they argue about everything and Sganarelle is driven to the streets where he finds a quack and his daughter’s disguised lover. Moliere: “This is only a slight impromptu, a simple pencil sketch, which it has pleased the King to have […]

‘What Katy Did at School’ by Susan Coolidge

Following Katy’s recovery in What Katy Did, Katy and Clover go to Hillsover, a boarding school. Together with their new friend Rosamond Redding, or “Rose Red”, they form a Society for the Suppression of Unladylike Conduct–but then they are accused of sending notes to a boy outside the school. Katy and Clover know they have […]

‘The Happy Prince and Other Tales’ by Oscar Wilde

This beautiful collection contains five fairy tales by the celebrated British writer Oscar Wilde: “The Happy Prince”, “The Nightingale and the Rose”, “The Selfish Giant”, “The Devoted Friend”, and “The Remarkable Rocket.” These timeless tales are performed by a full cast, and will delight listeners of all ages with their whimsical characters, moving situations, and […]

‘Little Men’ by Louisa May Alcott

Jo March’s dreams of opening a home for boys comes true as she finds herself the mistress of Plumfield, a boarding school for children — who have all stumbled in from various backgrounds. When new students arrive at her doorstep, they bring their own sets of troubles with them, such as dishonesty, disobedience, and naughty […]

‘Emma’ by Jane Austen

Emma was the last completed novel by Jane Austen. It tells the story of a spirited and opinionated young woman who lives with her widowed father and who has an unfortunate penchant for interfering in the love life of those around her. As others in her small circle gradually find partners, the question which is at […]

‘Caliban by the Yellow Sands’ by Percy Mackaye

Caliban, the primitive, savage son of the witch Sycorax and the evil frog-tiger god Setebos, seeks to obtain knowledge and become civilized from a strange magician named Prospero and his young daughter, Miranda. Through fantastic visions (including of Shakespeare plays), poetry, song and dance, thus begins the slow, gradual education of a inquisitive brute as […]