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Fred and Felix - The Wall - Green Earth Theater 2

Fred and Felix - The Wall - Green Earth Theater 2

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Published by Diane Cameron
This is a story on friendship and it teaches children that it is ok to be friends with their classmates who are from another race, country, religion, etc. It also teaches how we thrive when we are connected to others through friendship. The greatest lesson from this story is dynamic behind losing the freedom to enjoy the beauty of nature because of man made interferences in the earth’s natural landscaping.


This is a story on friendship and it teaches children that it is ok to be friends with their classmates who are from another race, country, religion, etc. It also teaches how we thrive when we are connected to others through friendship. The greatest lesson from this story is dynamic behind losing the freedom to enjoy the beauty of nature because of man made interferences in the earth’s natural landscaping.


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Published by: Diane Cameron on Dec 11, 2008
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The Wall
AN ENVIROMENTAL THEATER MUSICAL PLAY SUMMARYFROM THEGREEN EARTH THEATERSERIESBY DIANE CAMERONusaartistobenin@aol.com www.theateronwheels.blogspot.com 
All the animals of Loopyville CityTown Zoo rose at daybreak. Yellow rays ofthe sun announced a new day, warm breezes from the ocean airbrushed their faces and the scent of newly mown grass perfumed theirnostrils as work crews scurried back and forth over the sprawling zoolandscaping.
 
Fred and Felix lived at CityTown. Fred and Felix were best friends. Fred wasa giraffe who was very very shy. Felix was a hummingbird who was very verybold. Best friends they were indeed. Felix would ride inside of Fred's ear allover CityTown for he was too lazy to fly. Fred would keep the flap of his eardown to keep the wind from chilling Felix as they traveled. Yes sir! Theywere the best of friends and they were very very happy.They were happy for many many reasons. You see, CityTown was unlike anyother Zoo. There were no walls, gates, or fences; as a matter of fact there
 
was a long waiting list of names of animals that wanted to move to CityTown.It was the most famous and prestigious zoo in the whole wide world and astatus symbol to have as an address. Fred and Felix had a daily menu requestsheet to choose their favorite meals, a personal interior decorator tooversee and update their living quarters and a credit card to use down at theSunshine Commons Store to buy any item they chose. Felix loved peppermint;in fact he loved peppermint so much that his living quarters were decoratedin red and white stripes. Fred always bought big juicy green apples.
 
Mr. Simon, a short, portly gray haired gentleman with huge black glasses anda thick accent was the Zoo Keeper. A hefty donation from his grandfather’sestate founded and maintained all of CityTown Zoo’s expenses. TheLoopyville Chamber of Commerce was so grateful; they erected a huge stonestatue at the entrance of the town. It read "In Appreciation of AugustusHerman Simon - The Father of CityTown"
 
Acres after acres of this lush, green and tropical paradise were home to theselect and privileged, and they lived together as one big happy happy family.“Good Morning Fred” "Good Morning Felix" greeted Mr. Simon as he passedSuite G; he called out to Fred without even looking up. Mr. Simon knew thesegrounds like the back of his hand. He remembers when the FoundingFathers of Loopyville voted to build a zoo. His grandfather Augustus HermanSimon announced at the Town Hall Meeting his plans to build CityTown as agift to the town. He told them he wanted to build a zoo with a completelydifferent concept. Animals would populate this zoo by their own choosing.Mr. Simon was a big nature lover. He remembers his grandfather wouldalways bring home every lost and stray animal he could find. As a boy duringthe summers spent at his grandfather’s ranch, he witnessed the groundsbecoming a virtual animal haven. He knew his grandfather’s vision was to havea sanctuary where all animals could come if they so desired, and be treatedwith absolute royalty. Looking around Mr. Simon smiled, Ah…. This is justhow he would want it, no walls, fences or gates.
 
Felix looked up from his breakfast of candy canes in time to watch Mr.Simon hustle by. He always seemed so happy, always smiling. It occurred toFelix that he addressed each of them by name. Imagine that, Felix thought,1500 residents and still he knew them all by name. Felix waited for Fred tocome to pick him up for their morning walk. Actually, the only one walking
 
was Fred. Felix would simply fly up to Fred’s head and perchcomfortably inside of his ear. Together they would tour the grounds, sayhello to their other pals and discuss the business of the day.
 
Felix was very excited about today. He had big important plans. Today wasa good day. It was the day for the spectacular perfect pet contest. Felixread an ad in the classifieds of the local news. There was a perfect petcontest today at 3:00 p.m., and Felix was determined to make sure Fredentered the competition. The prize was a two-hour ride for the winner and aguest in a Hot Air Balloon over the city. Felix always wanted to know how itfelt to soar high in the air. He was just too lazy to attempt it on his own. Hepondered mischievously about how he would convince Fred to enter.... and ofcourse if Fred were to win; Felix would certainly agree to be his guest.There was just one problem. The contest rules required a "person" had tofill out the entry form. Felix didn't know how he was going to get around thisrequirement; he did know he wasn't going to give up... So the plot to findsomeone willing to be Fred’s owner for a day became his number one priority.After a couple of weeks, Fred noticed he hadn’t seen Mr. Simon. He sentFelix out to spy and bring back information. While he waited on the news, henoticed a constant hammering and banging. As a matter of fact it wasgetting louder each day. Fred wondered what was going on. He soon spottedFelix returning to the quarters with an extremely worried look on his face.All 12 feet of Fred began shaking when Felix spoke. “Mr. Simon is gone Fred,the zoo has been sold…..he stuttered, and…..the new owner is building a 10foot wall around the zoo. At hearing this, Fred began to cry and cry and cry,This is an excerpt from the book Fred & Felix by Diane Cameron
 
For information on receiving a complete script or to have this play producedat your location,
 
Emailusaartistobenin@aol.com
 
This is a story on friendship and it teaches children that it is ok to be friends withtheir classmates who are from another race, country, religion, etc. It also teacheshow we thrive when we are connected to others through friendship. The greatest

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