71 Unforgettable Musicals for High Schools To Perform

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There’s nothing quite like being in a bustling high school auditorium, charged with anticipation, as the curtain rises on another unforgettable high school musical production. These theatrical showcases not only entertain but also have the power to educate, shedding light on social concepts and life lessons. But when there are so many options, picking the perfect musicals for high schools can be a big hassle, especially when you have so many considerations, such as subject matter, cast size, singing styles, and more. Luckily, we’ve put together this list of of the best musicals for high schools so you can focus your energy on crafting the perfect choreography for that showstopping number!

Musicals Set in Schools

1. High School Musical

What better musical to perform at your high school than High School Musical? This musical is chock-full of relatable high school stories and drama, and it is one of the classic musicals for high schools.

Cast: 11 leads, large ensemble

Licensing: Music Theatre International, High School Musical

2. Grease

Grease is a musical set in high school about a fling that turns into something more when the summer ends. This musical has many songs that audiences are sure to recognize and love, and the period piece allows for super-fun costumes and sets.

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Cast: 17 leads, large ensemble

Licensing: Concord Theatricals, Grease 

3. Carrie the Musical

Carrie is a newer musical that is filled with shocking lessons and an intriguing plot that invites students to immerse themselves into the characters. A strong female lead is definitely necessary to achieve your director goals with this intense script.

Cast: 14 leads

Licensing: Concord Theatricals, Carrie 

4. Heathers (The Teen Edition)

Although the original storyline contains some elements not suited for a high school stage, there is a teen edition of the script that still contains the same charm that made Heathers so popular in the first place. Hopefully, students will remember this cult classic movie and will appreciate the adapted-for-the-stage version of the iconic story.

Cast: 17 leads

Licensing: Concord Theatricals, Heathers 

5. Hairspray

Hairspray is an iconic high school musical with multiple important messages. Set in the time of segregation, your students will familiarize themselves with this era of American history and appreciate our freedoms in this day and age much more.

Cast: 11 leads, large ensemble

Licensing: Music Theatre International, Hairspray

6. Dear Evan Hansen

Dear Evan Hansen is a newer musical that took the world by storm. This musical hits incredibly close to home for anyone struggling with social anxiety or the loss of a loved one. Filled with many important points and messages, this is a musical that every high schooler should experience.

Cast: 8 leads

Licensing: Not yet available

7. Bring It On

Bring It On is a fun musical about rival cheerleading teams, and it has hilarious tropes about the classic football player and cheerleader that will be sure to give the audience a laugh or two. The costumes and set are easy to make as well, as all you need to do is hop into the high school gymnasium locker room and borrow a few uniforms.

Cast: 12 leads, large ensemble

Licensing: Music Theatre International, Bring It On

8. 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

This musical is hilarious and can be done very light in terms of set, costuming, and blocking. The free-form script style allows for the actors to shine in their own individual way, and there is no one specific lead, which lends itself to a great ensemble musical. The best part? This musical allows for audience participation, which is fun for everyone!

Cast: 9 roles

Licensing: Music Theatre International, 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

9. Legally Blonde

Legally Blonde tells the story of a post-grad young woman who has been misunderstood for too many years excelling in a graduate law program. Although funny and lighthearted, this musical still has messages and themes that may inspire your student body more than you think.

Cast: 7 leads, large ensemble

Licensing: Music Theatre International, Legally Blonde

10. School of Rock

School of Rock is the perfect musical if your theater program has many freshmen and sophomores, as they can play the students while a larger senior can play the teacher. This musical is tons of fun for everyone and features some awesome rock ’n’ roll music.

Cast: 15 leads, large ensemble

Licensing: Concord Theatricals, School of Rock 

11. 13

13 is a musical about—you guessed it—a bunch of 13-year-olds struggling to figure out the trials and tribulations of being a young teenager. This musical will be hilarious for your high schoolers, as they are fresh out of the “middle school drama” that is humorous to look back on. Plus, 13 is full of catchy and entertaining songs.

Cast: 13 leads

Licensing: Music Theatre International, 13

12. Matilda

Matilda is an iconic musical about a young girl who has to deal with a rough life, both in terms of a horrific education and a rude family. However, Matilda realizes she possesses powers of telepathy, and she uses these powers hilariously. This musical is highly regarded and would be perfect for a diverse cast of ages and personalities.

Cast: 14 leads

Licensing: Music Theatre International, Matilda

Classic Musicals for High Schools

13. Annie

Annie is a familiar classic musical that’s perfect for a large cast of females. Directors will need to pick the perfect actor to play Annie, and be sure to have a large ensemble of orphans to perform large musical numbers, which Annie is chock-full of.

Cast: 8 leads, large ensemble

Licensing: Music Theatre International, Annie

14. West Side Story

West Side Story is perfect for a cast of very talented actors, dancers, and singers. The story is familiar, stemming from the classic tale of Romeo and Juliet, but set in a more modern time and dealing with racial tensions in an urban environment. The musical has many iconic songs and opportunities for large dance numbers.

Cast: Male and female leads, large ensemble

Licensing: Music Theatre International, West Side Story

15. Cinderella

Cinderella is a musical that will have everyone struggling not to sing along. With all of its familiar songs and characters, all a good director needs is the correct cast, set, and costumes. Not only is Cinderella an instant classic, but it contains positive themes as well.

Cast: 9 leads, large ensemble

Licensing: Concord Theatricals, Cinderella

16. Footloose

Footloose is about a fictional town in which dancing is outlawed and a ragtag group of high schoolers who decide that they need dancing in their lives. This story is familiar and extremely popular even though it was released decades ago, and the audience will love the fun costumes and sets.

Cast: 15 leads

Licensing: Concord Theatricals, Footloose 

17. Mary Poppins

Mary Poppins is perfect for a cast that includes an incredibly strong older female with acting and singing chops. The musical is feel-good and light and when done correctly can be fun for large audiences. With catchy and fun songs, this musical is one of the instant-classic musicals for high schools.

Cast: 16 leads, large ensemble

Licensing: Music Theatre International, Mary Poppins

18. The Music Man

The Music Man is tons of fun with the right male lead to give energy to the rest of the cast. With fun, energetic songs the audience will enjoy, this musical is fun to watch.

Cast: 13 leads, large ensemble

Licensing: Music Theatre International, The Music Man

19. The Little Mermaid

Head under the sea with The Little Mermaid! If you have a large budget in your theater program, this musical allows for incredible sets and costumes to really make it sparkle and stand out. Turn your stage into an ocean and have tons of fun with these familiar songs and themes.

Cast: 12 speaking roles with strong female leads, medium ensemble

Licensing: Music Theatre International, The Little Mermaid

20. Shrek: The Musical

Shrek is hilarious, with silly and immature jokes that make the story one of the perfect musicals for high schools. With fun sets, costumes, and some familiar songs, this story easily translates to the stage for a high school audience. Plus, the actors can do fun accents and get out of their comfort zones in a new way.

Cast: 7 leads with strong male leads, medium ensemble

Licensing: Music Theatre International, Shrek: The Musical

21. Beetlejuice

Beetlejuice is both incredibly entertaining as well as deep at times, making it one of the best musicals for high schools for its complex themes. The musical allows for a large cast and eccentric, intricate props and sets. Beetlejuice is a newer musical, so audiences may have never had the chance to see it, which would make them that much more excited to buy a ticket.

Cast: 11 leads with strong male and female lead, medium ensemble

Licensing: Music Theatre International, Beetlejuice

22. The Wizard of Oz

Who doesn’t love a trip down the Yellow Brick Road? This is a classic musical that your students will be extremely excited to put on. The bonus? You probably won’t even need to teach them the musical score, as everyone already knows songs like “Over the Rainbow” front to back.

Cast: 8 leads, large ensemble

Licensing: Concord Theatricals, The Wizard of Oz 

23. Into the Woods

Into the Woods is a classic musical that allows for an incredibly large ensemble of talented, whimsical actors. As it consists of many leads and can be put on as an ensemble-based show, this musical is perfect for a star-studded cast. Even those who don’t know the musical will recognize the familiar characters such as Little Red Riding Hood, Cinderella, and Rapunzel.

Cast: 21 roles, large ensemble

Licensing: Music Theatre International, Into the Woods

24. Matilda

Matilda is one of the perfect musicals for high schools if many of the students are younger and can play the cast of students. Let your students go wild in these eccentric roles, and borrow some school uniforms from a janitor’s closet in order to make easy costumes for the cast!

Cast: 14 leads, large student ensemble

Licensing: Music Theatre International, Matilda

25. The Addams Family

The Addams Family is tons of fun, from its dark color palette and characters who refuse to smile to its entertaining and energetic ensemble-led songs. This musical allows for a large cast of leads to shine in their own individual ways.

Cast: 10 leads, large ensemble

Licensing: Theatrical Rights Worldwide, The Addams Family

26. Mamma Mia!

Mamma Mia! is one of the classic musicals for high schools that will have your students hopping up to dance through the entire show. Mamma Mia! features songs from Abba, so even if the audience doesn’t know the themes and tropes of the show, they will most definitely recognize “Dancing Queen” and “Money, Money, Money”!

Cast: Large ensemble, 21+

Licensing: Music Theatre International, Mamma Mia!

27. Beauty and the Beast

Just like every other musical about a Disney princess, Beauty and the Beast is an instant classic for a high school musical. A talented male and female lead are both necessary to put on the best musical possible. Plus, the costumes for the servants and the Beast are super fun.

Cast: Large ensemble, 21+

Licensing: Music Theatre International, Beauty and the Beast

28. The Sound of Music

The Sound of Music is a musical filled with themes and bits of history that high schoolers today might not already know. This classic is one of the perfect musicals for high schools, with the opportunity to use simple sets and recycle uniforms for the Von Trapp children’s outfits.

Cast: 18 roles, small ensemble

Licensing: Concord Theatricals, The Sound of Music

29. A Chorus Line

A Chorus Line is a musical about auditioning for a musical—very meta. This musical is perfect for a cast of extremely talented dancers, as there are multiple large-scale dance numbers that require a strong technique. Additionally, many of the songs are solos for each different character, so a strong overall cast would make this musical perfect for a large audience.

Cast: 19 leads

Licensing: Concord Theatricals, A Chorus Line

30. A Christmas Carol

A Christmas Carol is a perfect musical for high school that allows for an extremely large cast of diverse actors, singers, and dancers. This musical would be great around the holiday season and winter months, as it deals with themes surrounding Christmas.

Cast: 39 male or female

Licensing: Concord Theatricals, A Christmas Carol 

31. Big River

Big River is a Mark Twain classic tale about Huckleberry Finn. Along his journeys, Finn gets to meet and interact with many lovable characters, which allows for a diverse cast of actors.

Cast: 12 leads

Licensing: Concord Theatricals, Big River 

32. Bye Bye Birdie

Bye Bye Birdie deals with more-adult themes like being drafted into the army and leaving loved ones behind. If that doesn’t resonate perfectly with a high school audience, it can instead educate the audience about what society and day-to-day life was like for young people just decades ago. Additionally, the musical has tons of popular and iconic songs that the audience will love.

Cast: 11 leads

Licensing: Concord Theatricals, Bye Bye Birdie 

33. Dreamgirls

Dreamgirls is about a trio of black female soul singers who have the opportunity to cross over to the pop charts while dealing with their personal struggles and the struggles of the society around them. This musical is educational and has intense themes and tropes that are perfect for an audience of high schoolers who may be unaware of the evolution of American R&B music in the 1960s.

Cast: 8 leads

Licensing: Concord Theatricals, Dreamgirls

34. White Christmas

White Christmas is another musical that would work perfectly around the holiday season. The musical has tons of fun and lively dance numbers for a large cast, and it has lovable themes and an easygoing plot for the audience.

Cast: 11 leads

Licensing: Concord Theatricals, White Christmas

35. Seussical

Seussical is a familiar classic that will be tons of fun for the audience as well as the cast members. It offers many opportunities for whimsical, unique costume and set choices, and the lovable characters will draw audiences in for a fun time.

Cast: 11 to 20 leads

Licensing: Music Theatre International, Seussical

36. Thoroughly Modern Millie

Thoroughly Modern Millie follows the story of a flapper named Millie in the 1920s attempting to find a job … and a husband. This musical is filled with themes of ambition and testing one’s personal boundaries, and audiences will enjoy the old-timey costuming.

Cast: 9 leads

Licensing: Music Theatre International, Thoroughly Modern Millie

37. Guys and Dolls

Guys and Dolls features overlapping stories of romances and discusses the theme that sometimes even those who strive to do good will miss the mark inevitably. This musical has a satisfying ending and will be tons of fun for an older cast of actors.

Cast: 12 leads

Licensing: Music Theatre International, Guys and Dolls

38. Fiddler on the Roof

Fiddler on the Roof tells a heartwarming story of a family who is forced to leave their home, taking their Jewish morals and heritage with them in trying times. This musical has several iconic songs that will get the audience dancing, as well as hard-hitting themes and morals.

Cast: 14 leads

Licensing: Music Theatre International, Fiddler on the Roof

39. Oklahoma!

Oklahoma! is an instant classic musical about a farm girl in the 1900s and her courtship with two different boys. This musical is happy-go-lucky and feel-good, and it’s set in an era that is unfamiliar to high school kids today, making it one of the perfect musicals for high schools.

Cast: 10 leads

Licensing: Concord Theatricals, Oklahoma!

40. Ruthless!

This is one of the funniest all-female musicals for high schools—it’s hilarious and would be so much fun to put on. The story follows a young sociopathic girl who is hell-bent on being the lead in her school musical. She goes to great lengths to get the part, which may or may not include murder. This musical would be perfect for a strong cast of females who want to play around with interesting, dynamic characters.

Cast: 7 leads

Licensing: Concord Theatricals, Ruthless!

41. The King and I

The King and I is perfect for a cast of strong dancers, as there are many ceremonial dances and songs throughout the musical. The plot follows a British schoolteacher who is hired as part of a king’s plan to modernize his country, and the relationships that grow from this position. A strong male and female lead are required to make the performance great.

Cast: 13 leads

Licensing: Concord Theatricals, The King and I 

42. Sweeney Todd

Sweeney Todd is the iconic story of the Demon Barber of Fleet Street and the hilarity that ensues when he opens a new barber practice. The story has many engaging songs and musical numbers and allows for very strong comedic characters to shine through.

Cast: 9 leads

Licensing: Music Theatre International, Sweeney Todd

43. Freaky Friday

Freaky Friday has been adapted from the screen into this fun, energetic musical perfect for a cast of talented high school students. Your students will definitely recognize the title, which will bring them in and sell tickets, but they won’t know what they have in store with this adaptation!

Cast: 7 leads

Licensing: Music Theatre International, Freaky Friday

44. Saturday Night Fever

Who doesn’t love good disco?! This is one of the musicals for high schools that is perfect for a cast who loves to dance and wants to loosen up on the stage. Saturday Night Fever is a musical involving a young romance and tons of dance numbers. You can transform your set into a dance floor—disco ball and all—for an unforgettable musical.

Cast: 13 leads

Licensing: Broadway Licensing Global, Saturday Night Fever

45. You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown

You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown is a great musical for an ensemble cast of talented, multi-aged performers. With each character having a solo or two, the musical keeps audiences on their toes and is very catchy. Plus, the costumes allow your students to quickly turn into the lovable Charlie Brown and friends.

Cast: 6 leads

Licensing: Concord Theatricals, You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown 

46. Peter Pan

Peter Pan is a classic choice for high school audiences due to its timeless appeal and storytelling. The show’s vibrant music, energetic choreography, and whimsical characters create a magical experience that many find familiar. Its themes of adventure, friendship, and the importance of staying young at heart make it relatable and inspiring for young viewers, encouraging them to embrace their imagination and never stop dreaming.

Cast: 9 leads

Licensing: Music Theatre International, Peter Pan

47. Big Fish

Big Fish explores the power of storytelling, family bonds, and the pursuit of dreams. The show’s heartwarming and fantastical elements, coupled with its relatable coming-of-age themes, resonate with young viewers navigating their own paths of self-discovery. This musical offers a meaningful theatrical experience for high school students and adults alike.

Cast: 12 leads

Licensing: Theatrical Rights Worldwide, Big Fish

48. Singin’ in the Rain

Singin’ in the Rain is about the celebration of the golden age of Hollywood and the power of pursuing one’s passion. It’s not only inspiring but also allows a well-directed cast to showcase the talent and creativity of their craft, making it an ideal choice for a high school production.

Cast: 10 leads

Licensing: Music Theatre International, Singin’ in the Rain

49. Les Miserables

Les Miserables is definitely one of the darker musicals on this list, due to its overarching themes surrounding war and death. However, there are many moving and touching moments in the musical that are sure to have a profound effect on a high school audience, and some of the songs will be very familiar. Plus, the musical allows for a large ensemble of talent.

Cast: 12 leads, large ensemble

Licensing: Music Theatre International, Les Miserables

50. The Lion King

The Lion King allows for a large, involved cast to really shine on a big stage. With thoughtful costumes, this musical has lots of room to showcase incredible high school talent, while simultaneously sharing messages of identity, family, and the circle of life through the lens of the King of the Jungle.

Cast: 17 leads, large ensemble

Licensing: Music Theatre International, The Lion King

51. Little Shop of Horrors

Little Shop of Horrors is a perfect comedic musical for a cast of high schoolers to perform, full of witty jokes and humorous songs. The musical follows a young boy as he realizes that his piranha plant is actually a carnivore that requires human flesh to continue growing. At a glance, the story may seem outrageous and confusing, but audiences will have a great time from opening to closing number.

Cast: 8 leads

Licensing: Music Theatre International, Little Shop of Horrors

52. My Fair Lady

My Fair Lady offers a blend of romance, humor, and timeless music. The show’s exploration of class, identity, and the transformative power of education provides material for high school actors to delve into and portray onstage. With its memorable songs, witty dialogue, and captivating characters, My Fair Lady offers an entertaining and thought-provoking experience for high schoolers.

Cast: 10 leads

Licensing: Concord Theatricals, My Fair Lady 

53. Oliver!

Oliver! is a great musical for high schoolers thanks to its messages about hope, resilience, and the pursuit of a better life. There is also ample room for fun numbers and a large cast of ragtag costumed ensemble members. The musical follows an orphan boy who escapes to London and gets mixed up in a gang of juvenile pickpockets, where drama ensues.

Cast: 17 leads

Licensing: Music Theatre International, Oliver

Unique Musicals for High Schools

54. Be More Chill

Be More Chill is a contemporary musical known for its heavy-hitting, relatable themes. At its core, Be More Chill tackles themes of social anxiety, peer pressure, and a desire to fit into society. As compared to other musicals in this list, this one is a more relevant theater experience for high schoolers.

Cast: 10 leads

Licensing: Concord Theatricals, Be More Chill 

55. Fun Home

Fun Home is about a young family who owns a business at the local funeral home. One of the children, a young girl named Bechdel, realizes and confronts the idea of her sexuality while navigating a relationship with her closeted father. This musical is very eye-opening and emotional at times, while also being funny and witty. Overall, Fun Home is a great musical for high school.

Cast: 6 leads

Licensing: Concord Theatricals, Fun Home

56. The Mystery of Edwin Drood

The Mystery of Edwin Drood is tons of fun to put on at your high school, as the musical is interactive in its nature. The musical uses a “choose your own ending” format, so students can actively participate in the story as it progresses. Additionally, the character list allows for talented high school actors to play a diverse set of roles.

Cast: 11 leads

Licensing: Concord Theatricals, The Mystery of Edwin Drood 

57. The Boy Friend

The Boy Friend is a great musical for high school audiences as it captures the charm and innocence of a classic 1920s romantic comedy. With its catchy tunes, energetic dance numbers, and interesting characters, the show allows the cast to showcase their singing, dancing, and comedic talents. The Boy Friend introduces a nostalgic and joyful journey into a little-known era to the 21st century.

Cast: 10 leads

Licensing: Music Theatre International, The Boy Friend

58. Once Upon a Mattress

Once Upon a Mattress combines a hilarious, whimsical, and familiar tale with catchy songs and large ensemble dance numbers. The musical is perfect for a lighthearted, well-produced musical that your students and the audience will surely remember.

Cast: 11 leads

Licensing: Concord Theatricals, Once Upon a Mattress 

59. Catch Me if You Can

Based on a true story, Catch Me if You Can explores themes of identity, deception, and redemption, offering an engaging narrative that captivates high school audiences. With its upbeat music, fast-paced storytelling, and opportunities for ensemble cast involvement, Catch Me if You Can is one of the great musicals for high schools to perform.

Cast: 7 leads

Licensing: Music Theatre International, Catch Me if You Can

60. Anastasia

Anastasia is a newer musical about a princess who runs away in order to further discover herself and her values. The musical offers opportunities for gorgeous sets and costumes and has many beautiful songs that set it apart from other musicals. In addition, Anastasia has multiple twists and turns that will have audiences on the edge of their seats.

Cast: 11 leads

Licensing: Concord Theatricals, Anastasia

61. Zombie Prom: Atomic Edition

Zombie Prom is a hilarious and thrilling musical that is unlike anything else audiences are used to. The musical contains fun rock ’n’ roll music and a comedic storyline that features zombies. … What more would high schoolers be looking for in a musical?

Cast: 10 leads

Licensing: Concord Theatricals, Zombie Prom: Atomic Edition

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62. Go, Dog. Go!

Go, Dog. Go! is a good choice for a high school musical if the program has a low budget or is more strapped for time. While the songs are still catchy and tons of fun, this storyline is simpler than other musicals and definitely easy to follow, while remaining entertaining throughout.

Cast: 6 leads

Licensing: Plays for New Audiences, Go, Dog. Go!

63. Meet Me in St. Louis

Meet Me In St. Louis is about a family who has to face the decision of leaving their beloved hometown just in time to miss the World’s Fair. This musical is beloved by many, with iconic songs such as “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” and “Meet Me in St. Louis.” Audiences will laugh and cry!

Cast: 12 leads

Licensing: Concord Theatricals, Meet Me in St. Louis 

64. Jekyll and Hyde

Jekyll and Hyde is an engaging, energetic musical about a man who has a second identity that just so happens to be a sociopathic murderer. Dr. Jekyll must attempt to silence Mr. Hyde and remain a functioning member of society, but things get complicated when a female love interest becomes involved. This musical is incredibly entertaining, and high schoolers will love its suspense.

Cast: 8 leads

Licensing: Music Theatre International, Jekyll and Hyde

65. Fame

Fame is known for its catchy pop numbers and follows a class of high school graduates through their college graduation. This story contains the ups and downs of post–high school, including the triumphs and the fears. This musical is great for a cast of high school seniors to test their acting abilities.

Cast: 14 leads

Licensing: Music Theatre International, Fame

66. Urinetown

Urinetown is a satirical musical that will have audiences laughing for much of the performance. However, it also has powerful messages and social commentary that discuss themes of power, corruption, and activism. This is one of the great musicals for high schools to promote standing up for what you believe in.

Cast: 14 leads

Licensing: Music Theatre International, Urinetown

67. The Pirates of Penzance

This musical is perfect to put on if you are under a strict budget, as it lies under public domain so no licensing purchase is needed! The Pirates of Penzance is entertaining and allows for super-fun costuming and sets as it takes place on the high seas.

Cast: 11 leads

Licensing: Public domain

68. The Fantasticks

The Fantasticks is a timeless, charming musical that contains a simple and simultaneously profound story with themes of love and the journey of life. Additionally, the musical score allows for strong leads to showcase their skills on the stage.

Cast: 8 leads

Licensing: Music Theatre International, The Fantasticks

69. Lucky Stiff

Lucky Stiff is a fast-paced, comedic musical that will take high school audiences on a wild ride. The musical contains tons of zany characters, witty dialogue, and fantastic catchy songs. The theatergoing experience will definitely be memorable.

Cast: 7 leads

Licensing: Music Theatre International, Lucky Stiff

70. Something’s Afoot

Something’s Afoot is a thrilling murder mystery experience and comedic musical all in one. High school audiences will love the characters and will be engaged while following along with the actors to solve the mystery.

Cast: 10 leads

Licensing: Concord Theatricals, Something’s Afoot 

71. Alice in Wonderland

In this musical adaptation of the classic tale, Alice encounters all of the iconic characters that audiences have come to love, including the ever-tardy White Rabbit, the grinning Cheshire Cat, a cool Caterpillar, the wacky Mad Hatter, and the hot-tempered Queen of Hearts.

Cast: 24 roles

Licensing: Music Theatre International, Alice in Wonderland

If you liked this list of musicals for high schools, be sure to check out our roundup of Showstopping High School Plays for Your School.

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