Freemusicals.org – download royalty free musical plays to perform

Freemusicals.org - free musicals to download and perform

Freemusicals.org offers you six royalty free musical plays to perform. A script, vocal tracks, backing tracks and a publicity poster are available to download free for each musical. The site provides material for school and college drama groups, theatre groups and community groups which can be adapted by producers or teachers. All we ask is that you acknowledge the source of the material if it is presented to the public. 

Six complete free musicals!

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Email: information.freemusicals@gmail.com

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“What You Know You Don’t Know”

This new play has 11 songs which can be performed as part of the presentation. It tells the story of how a young man who is wrongly accused of drug offences is helped to rebuild his life by a young student. He is an ex Art Lecturer and she is an Art student and their passion for their subject helps them overcome the challenges they both face. The play could form the basis of a film project. This presentation contains adult themes and is only suitable for performance by older teenagers and young adults. Click for more…


“The Crusaders of Cumberland Court”

This is a play that was conceived to be read and recorded by older adults such as people living in a retirement complex. However, it could provide a challenge to younger people who might perform it in a more traditional setting. The play can be presented with or without the songs. It tells the story of a group of people who live in a retirement complex and face eviction when there are plans to change their residences into accommodation for a new conference centre. The residents expose bribery and corruption in the company that manages the complex and among elected local government representatives, as they embark on a crusade to save their homes. Click for more…


“Butterfly and the Webmistress”

This play tells the story of how a small group of young people who are socially different, inadvertently penetrate and eventually cause the collapse of a sinister cyber crime organisation. There are opportunities for performers to take on some challenging roles and develop interesting characters. ‘Butterfly and the Web Mistress’ is more suitable for young people of secondary school age and those who belong to theatre groups. Click for more…


“The Teenagers’ Nativity”

The Teenagers’ Nativity is a mini musical which depicts aspects of the story of the birth of Jesus. It can be performed on its own or be interwoven with the readings and carols of a church or school carol service. Particular songs or scenes can be performed separately if required. Most nativity plays tend to be performed by children of primary school age but this play has dialogue and songs which are more suitable for performance by teenagers. Click for more…


“Mamma! Don’t Marry That Man”

The musical tells the story of a young girl, nicknamed ‘Twinkle’ and her attempts to prevent her widowed mother from marrying her teacher, who she has a very bad relationship with. She is helped by her best friend Charlotte and mildly autistic boy in her class called James, who is facing similar problems. His father, who is a rich businessman, is engaged to a woman who James sees as a gold digger.  The three young people work together to uncover secrets about the prospective spouses in both relationships, which are revealed in an explosive final scene. The issues of bereavement, bullying, rejection, disability and deception emerge as the plot unfolds. Although the musical has its serious and poignant moments there is a liberal sprinkling of humour throughout. The songs are delivered in a variety of musical styles within the popular music genre. The musical is ideal for community theatre groups, youth groups or school students of late primary/elementary or secondary/high school age. Performances done in schools could involve students, staff and parents in roles which reflect their relative ages. Click for more…


“Baby Off The Shelf”

This exciting and challenging musical examines some of the big, moral, social and medical issues brought about by technological changes in genetic engineering. ‘Baby off the Shelf’ has an original and fast moving story line which encompasses humour and heartbreak. The songs are delivered in a wide range of musical styles. The musical is suitable for theatre groups, youth and community groups or student groups from secondary age upwards. This is a long musical and it may be advisable leave out some of the songs and edit the script in order to deliver it in a shorter time. Click for more…