Fox Plays publishes the plays, books, and musicals created by Cenarth Fox, for children, teens and adults.
Fox Plays began in 1975 and today the catalogue includes mini plays, mini-musicals, plays, musicals, Christmas musicals, Easter plays, radio plays and books.
There are shows about Shakespeare, Dickens, the Brontes, Agatha Christie and Arthur Conan Doyle. There are big-cast shows with principals and chorus members, shows for 3 – 10 actors, all-female shows, two-handers and several one-person shows. There is a trilogy of shows with a Sherlock Holmes’ theme. Each Sherlockian show has become a radio play on CD.
There are non-fiction books on writing plays and staging plays, as well as books with music games, drama games and performance poetry. Other titles include Code Cracker – a book of codes for kids to crack, Be a Detective Like Sherlock Holmes, and the self-explanatory, Teach a Toddler to Read.
Fiction titles include a series of 5 books about the schoolboy Sherlock Holmes, while novels include the WW2 theatrical thriller A Plum Job, and the life of Patrick Bronte, father of the Bronte sisters, A Cassocked Savage. See Books.
Fox Plays is based in Melbourne, Australia and can be reached by email and telephone via the Contact page.
Printed books, eBooks, CDs and DVDs can be ordered from Fox Plays via the Contact page, and from Amazon, Smashwords and Ingram Spark.