Murray Musicals

Musicals with Book, Music, and Lyrics by Stephen Murray

Pom-Pom Zombies

This is the most popular of the Murray Musicals. A spoof of the 1960's beach party movies and B-monster movies combined. Lots of great parodies of 1960's hits. Zombies, beatniks, jocks, nerds, and a crazy pirate woman. Lots of fun.

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Musical! The Bard is Back!

The stage at Hilltop High has gone unused for 20 years. Suddenly the principal decides that music teacher Peggy Donahue will direct a new musical version of Romeo and Juliet. Enter the jealous understudy, the mother of all stage mothers, a stage crew obsessed with duct tape, and other madness.

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2000 1st Place Winner - Jackie White Memorial Playwriting Competition

The Magic Snowman

This is a musical for young audiences that can be cast with as few as 4 actors. It is loosely based on the famous story, Stone Soup. Winter brings gloom and despair to a village until a mysterious stranger arrives to build a snowman in the center of town.

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Kamp KAOS

A wild and wacky Summer Camp musical. Counselors and campers, practical jokes, madness and mayhem.

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Katastrophe Kate

Yee Hah! Here's a Wild Western musical with outlaws, secret identities, and a spicy chili recipe.

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Mother Goose, Inc.

Fabulously Fractured Fairy Tales! Mother Goose and the Brothers Grimm are presented as rival fairy tale companies.

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3rd Place Winner - Jackie White Memorial Playwriting Competition

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The Edge of the Nest

A revue about life from birth to age 18. Lots of upbeat tunes about the events of childhood. It includes a zany parody of Mary Poppins. Great for large or small casts.

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Tortoise Vs. Hare

The first Murray Musical. Based on the fable by Aesop. The Hare is the leader of a gang called the "Hare's Angels". The Tortoise gets health and nutrition advice from an odd cast of animal characters.

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1993-1994 Winner - Anna Zornio Memorial Playwriting Award

The Universe and Other Stuff

This show is subtitled, Brief and Inaccurate History of Everything. The show opens with a collage of creation myths from all over the world then bursts into The Big Bang. Topics then travel from the solar system to dinosaurs to primitive humans and beyond.

HEY, TEACHERS! This show is a terrific way to incorporate Science and Social Studies into your Music and Drama programs. True Murray-heads will recognize this show as the final resting place of 2 songs from the early Murray Musical, The Legend of Columbus.

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Honorable Mention: Jackie White Memorial Playwriting Competition

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Are We There Yet?

This is a fun, revue style show on the subject of travel. Very flexible for large or small casts.

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The President's New Clothes

Politicians are rather silly people and so is this show. This is a comedic modern retelling of The Emperor's New Clothes.

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