Comedy Cd

Following Judith's highly popular and well received performances at Country Music Musters and sales of her first CD,  Judith's second CD is now available. If you sang and laughed along with the first one, you'll love this new one too..  . "The Same Old Me" 

1.The Same Old Me, 2. You’d be Surprised, 3. Living the Life That We Love, 4. Bunnings Song, 5. I’m My Own Grandma, 6.Butter Outta Grass, 7  I Wonder Who’s Milking the Cows, 8.The Bush Telegraph, 9. Please Help Me I’m Falling, off my diet again. 10.The Great Millers Sale, 11.The Marvellous Toy, 12.Growing Old.   

$16.00 Post Free  

 

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"Laugh and Sing-a-Long with Judith"

1. Home, Home for the Aged, 2. The Thrashing Machine, 4. Sweet Violets, 5 The Op Shop Blues, 6. Everything's a Bargain, 7. Misery Farm, 8. Lord, It's Hard on the Pension, 9. My Grandfather's Clock, 10. Singing Country Music, 11. Frankie and Johnny, 12. Are You Lonesome Tonight

$16.00 Post Free

Any two CD's posted together $26.00 

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Cover Comedy CD

                          New Scripts Now Available.

New Theatre Restaurant Script  2014

Hacienda del Toro

Think, three amigos, hot chilli, salsa, tequila, burritos, enchiladas. Hidden treasure, bad Spanish accents, culture clashes, misunderstandings and much mirth as everyone comes together to have a good time at the Fiesta del Toro. email judith@judithprior.com for details.

Available now!

For details and synopsis, go to Theatre Scripts link.

Also Please visit our Theatre Scripts Page where you will find all of Judith's hilarious plays, fun for audiences and performers alike!  Ideally suited for Amateur Theatre productions, Theatre Restaurant and High School Musicals, her plays are delighting people all over the world and are now published and performed in USA, Canada, UK, and New Zealand.

 

 

New School or Youth Musicals

What's new Pussycat?

Available now!

For details and synopsis, go to Theatre Scripts link.

 

 

 

The Kookaburra Kids 

  by Judith Prior

A Musical Theatre Play especially for Australian Primary Schools, Middle Schools or Youth Theatre.

Students at a holiday camp in Australia discover that the local Council, headed by the Mayor, intend to close the camp and redevelop the site as something more profitable. Students join the local residents to thwart the Mayor and save Camp Kookaburra.

 "Rockin "School Musical  by Judith Prior

Rockin' Robin. Running time approx 120 minutes.

Full length youth musical. Suitable for schools and Youth Theatre.Rockin Robin

Music is well known Rock Classics. Includes Rock Around the Clock, Johnny B Goode, Rockin Robin and many others. (See full list of scenes and music bottom of page.) The set is uncomplicated, the cast flexible and suitable for doubling if needed, also allows for many cameo roles, lots of chorus work and is  suitable for High School or Youth Theatre production.

Rehearsal CD and High School Band Score available.

Rockin' Robin'

The drama group (or school) is rehearsing  for the Rock Eisteddfod; during the rehearsal an electrical fault in the special effects causes two of the cast, Maddie and William, to be accidentally transported backwards through time to medieval Sherwood Forest.

They are met in the forest by Robin Hood and Little John, who have been eagerly awaiting their arrival. They are all immediately swept up in a plot to thwart a Sorcerer who has cast a spell on the village of Locksley, because of a missing magic ring he mistakenly believes has been stolen by Robin Hood and his band.

This medieval mix-up includes the Sheriff of Nottingham, his over bearing mother Morag, and bumbling deputy Oswald, plus many minor roles such as the Sorcerer's precocious daughter Elvira, the quintessential Maid Marion, several zany maids in waiting, sorcerers lackeys, a host of villagers, members of Robin's band, peasants, and various other forest dwellers.   

The adventure carries them all to the Sherwood Forest Fair, where the Sheriff  planes to publicly humiliate Robin and capture him. Of course all does not go according to plan, and how our heroes manage to triumph, return the ring to it's rightful owner, release the spell on the village and get back home, is a rollicking rocking romp of energetic ingenuity from start to finish.     

Excerpt from a Review of the Bundaberg Production of Rockin Robin... by Graham V Rushton , for  Stage Whispers Performing Arts Magazine

Bundaberg/Burnett Region reviewer  

Rockin Robin is a sure-fire hit for family entertainment.

Judith Prior must be congratulated on writing a very fast moving, well, structured musical play which will be an asset for schools or theatre companies with youth theatres to perform. Even though this production had a large cast of around 50 the entire production could be staged with the Principals and a smaller chorus of around 10. It's amazing what can be achieved when a community joins forces to create a positive image and stage experience for their actors of the future.

Scenes and Musical Numbers

Act One.

Scene 1. The School Auditorium

1. Horror Movie Full Company.

2. I'm the Wanderer. Frankie, Johno, Maddie, Donna, Pippa. and Chorus.

3. C'mon Everybody. Frankie and Chorus.

4. Horror Movie ............. Reprise......... Music Only. ..........................................................................................................................................

Scene 2. Sherwood Forest.

5. Rockin' Robin. Robin, L/John Tess, Maddie, William and Chorus.

6. Rockin' Robin ............. Reprise......... Music Only.

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Scene 3. The Sorcerer's Grotto.

7. Abra-cadabra Sorcerer, Sheriff, Elvira and Chorus. 8. Abra-cadabra ............. Reprise......... Music Only.

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Scene 4. Somewhere in the Forest.

9. Happy Together Robin, Marion, and Chorus. 10. Stray Cat Strut. Cat, Elvira, Maddie, Tess, L/John, Will and Villagers 11. Johnny B. Goode. Villagers, Full Company.

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Act Two.

Scene 1. The Sorcerer's Grotto

12. Rock Around the Clock. Mirror, Sorcerer's Lackeys, Chorus. 13. Whole Lotta Shakin Goin On. Sorcerer, Elvira and Chorus. 14. Whole Lotta Shakin Goin On. ....Reprise......... Music Only.

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Scene 2. Robin's Hideout.

15. The Locomotion Maddie, Will, L/John, Tess and Chorus.

16. That's Old Fashioned Maddie and William Duet. 17. Tell Him. Maddie, Tess and all Girl Chorus. 18. Tell Him ............. Reprise......... Music Only.

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Scene 3. Somewhere in the Forest. Sheriff and Oswald. (No Music.)

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Scene 4. Sherwood Forest Fair.

19. Puppet on a String Oswald, Sheriff and Chorus.20. Long Tall Sally. Oswald, Robin, L/John, Will, Maddie and Chorus. 21. Johnny B. Goode. (Reprise No 8.) Oswald, Tess, L/John and Chorus.22. Great Balls of Fire. Full Company. 23. Horror Movie Reprise.

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Scene 5. The School Auditorium.

24. I Only Want To Be With You. William, Maddie and Full Company.

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25. Rockin Robin. (Reprise No 4.) Bows Full Company.

26. Exit Music.

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Judith's sole Australian Distributor for Plays is now David Spicer Productions.

For further information you can contact David via his website at

www.davidspicer.com/dspnews.htm

  or contact Judith at judith@judithprior.com

See preview on YouTube.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J2AAif5aqwM

 
 

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