Scripts on this page are suitable for children
(elementary school students) to read in school assemblies or in class.
This play has been written to educate and entertain audiences of all ages about the Boston Tea Party and its role in precipitating the American Revolutionary War.
Author: Robert Reed
Age group: 10-12 (4th Grade - 5th Grade; Year 6-7)
Cast: 21-27 characters
Run time: 20 minutes
Topics: American War of Independence
American history, American revolution
Boston Tea Party, Massachusetts, 1773
Price: £ 9.00 or US$ 16.00
On the evening of December 16th, 1773, a group of Patriots, some disguised as Mohawk Indians, boarded three cargo ships in Boston harbor. Over the next three hours, they destroyed the contents of 342 chests of tea. So, how could tea be a threat to the liberties of the Thirteen Colonies? Were the Mohawk disguises really so good that even their mothers couldn't recognize them? Surely not.
This script could be used by schools and children's theatre groups.
The script is suitable
as a readers theater script.
More about the play at BOSTON TEA PARTY.
Author: Robert Reed
Age: children 8-10 years old
(Elementary school 3rd Graders - 4th Graders;
UK Primary KS2 Year 4 - year 5)
Length: 20 minutes
Topics: American Independence, American Revolution
Paul Revere, Paul Revere's ride
Price: £6.00 or $11.00
Easy to stage play that has been written to entertain and educate audiences of all ages about
Paul Revere's 'midnight ride'...
and how it helped the Patriots to defeat the King's Regulars in the opening battle of the American Revolutionary War. Simple set and props.
The script is suitable for readers theater.
More details about the play, read script sample and order in other currencies: PAUL REVERE'S RIDE.
Scripts for children's readers theater.
Script for reading by children in school assemblies.
Included: Performance rights (3 performances),
rights to copy for cast, rights for one video/audio of the performance, suggestions for staging, props & costumes, music ideas. More information.
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