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Characters : Narrator, Cinderella, Stepsister 1, Stepsister 2, Fairy godmother,
Guest 1, Guest 2, Prince
Stepsister 2: Narrator:
(laughing) Have a great night working, Cinderella.
Scene 1 (at Cinderella’s home)
After the evil stepsisters had left, suddenly, a fairy appeared. Oh my! Who are you? to help you go to the ball tonight.
Once upon a time there was a beautiful young girl named Cinderella. She had two ugly stepsisters who were very cruel to her. Did you clean the kitchen? Yes, I did. Did you polish my shoes? Yes, I did. Did you iron my clothes? Yes, I did. And...did you make breakfast? Yes, breakfast is ready. The evil stepsisters made Cinderella do all the hard work.
(calling out) Stepsisters! A letter from the royal palace has
Fairy godmother: I’m your fairy godmother, beautiful Cinderella. I am here
Stepsister 1: Cinderella: Stepsister 2: Cinderella: Stepsister 1: Cinderella: Stepsister 2: Cinderella: Narrator: Cinderella:
The fairy godmother waved her magic wand. Cinderella’s rags turned into a beautiful dress. Wow! It’s so beautiful. On her feet were sparkling glass slippers. Oh, I love them! The fairy godmother turned a pumpkin into an amazing coach and some mice into horses. What a lovely coach and handsome horses. back by midnight, or else!
Cinderella: Narrator: Cinderella: Narrator:
Fairy godmother: You are ready now, my dear. Have fun tonight, but be
arrived for you.
Stepsister 1: Stepsister 2:
Okay, fairy godmother! Thank you.
(at the ball)
(fighting) Give it to me! I want to open it. (fighting) No! I want to open it.
Stepsister 1 & 2: (looking at the invitation card) Look! We are invited to the
At the ball, everyone wondered who the beautiful princess was. Who is that beautiful princess? I’ve never seen such a beautiful woman in my life! Oh no! The Prince is going to dance with her. This is not fair! He was meant to dance with me.
Prince’s ball at the royal palace.
Cinderella: Narrator: Stepsister 1:
Guest 1 (lady): Guest 2 (man): Stepsister 1: Stepsister 2:
(crying sadly) I wish I could go, too.
The night of the ball arrived.
(laughing) Ha, ha! We are going to have a great time at
Cinderella Play Script
Prince: Cinderella: Narrator:
Would you like to dance with me? Oh, yes, your highness. The Prince danced every dance with her. Suddenly, the clock began to strike twelve. I must go! Thank you for the dance. Please stay! (shouting) What is your name? Cinderella did not answer and ran back to the coach, but she lost one of her glass slippers on the way. Then, the coach and horses disappeared. Cinderella’s beautiful dress turned back to rags. Oh no! Everything’s gone. My beautiful dress and my sparkling slippers, where are they? Was it a dream?
(at Cinderella’s home)
Their feet were much too big. Then the Prince saw Cinderella. Let this girl try. But that’s only Cinderella. She didn’t go to the ball. The slipper won’t fit her! Cinderella sat down and tried on the slipper. It fits! It fits!
Prince: Stepsister 1: Stepsister 2: Narrator: Prince: Cinderella:
Cinderella: Prince: Narrator:
Stepsister 1 & 2: (surprised) It fits? Prince:
(smiling) You are the one I’ve been looking for! What is
(smiling) My name is Cinderella.
The next day, the Prince set out to find Cinderella again. I want every girl in the kingdom to try on this lost glass slipper. I must find my princess. But the glass slipper didn’t fit anyone. The Prince then arrived at Cinderella’s house. slipper.
The Prince had found his princess and they lived happily ever after.
Stepsister 1: Good morning Prince. I am so happy that you found my
Stepsister 2: It is my slipper. I am the princess you are looking for. Narrator:
The ugly sisters tried to fit into the slipper.
Stepsister 1: Let me try first! Stepsister 2: No. Your feet are much too big. Give it to me!
Baby Bear: Narrator: (excited) I’m Baby Bear! The three bears loved to eat porridge every morning. � Goldilocks and the Three Bears Goldilocks: Narrator: Goldilocks: Goldilocks: looks delicious! � Goldilocks and the Three Bears . This is just right! But Goldilocks was too big for Baby Bear’s chair. too. Goldilocks sat down on Daddy Bear’s chair. doesn’t it? Baby Bear: Yum! It smells very nice and it looks delicious. I’m full now. Daddy Bear: Let’s all go for a walk. Mummy Bear: (waving and smiling) I’m Mummy Bear and this is. This is much too soft! Goldilocks sat down on Baby Bear’s chair. Mummy Bear. Goldilocks: Narrator: Goldilocks: Narrator: Daddy Bear: (waving and smiling) I’m Daddy Bear. This is much too hard! Goldilocks sat down on Mummy Bear’s chair. Baby Bear Narrator: Goldilocks tasted Daddy Bear’s porridge. Yuck! It’s much too cold. Goldilocks tasted Baby Bear’s porridge.. She tried Daddy Bear’s bed. Baby Bear: Narrator: That’s a great idea. She passed by the three bears’ cottage. Daddy! Let’s go! A little girl called Goldilocks was out walking. It will be cool when we get back. Narrator: Scene 2 Narrator: Goldilocks went inside the three bears’ cottage and found their porridge on the kitchen table..Goldilocks and the Three Bears Play Script Characters : Narrator. Goldilocks tried Mummy Bear’s bed. Daddy Bear. Narrator: Mummy Bear: The porridge is hot this morning. This is much too soft. Goldilocks. What a lovely cottage! (inside the cottage) Goldilocks: Goldilocks: broken. This is much too hard. I think I’ll take a rest. I put some berries in it today. Can I eat mine now? But their porridge was too hot to eat now. It smells nice. Ow! It’s much too hot. (sniffing) What a smell! What’s that? Wow! Look at that! It Goldilocks decided to go upstairs for a sleep. Goldilocks: Narrator: Goldilocks: Narrator: Goldilocks: Narrator: Goldilocks: Narrator: Mummy Bear: I made hot porridge. so the chair broke! (falling down from the chair) Ouch! Oops! The chair is Scene 1 Narrator: (in front of the cottage) Goldilocks: Narrator: Once upon a time there were three bears. Yum! It’s just right! Goldilocks was so hungry that she ate all of Baby Bear’s porridge. Goldilocks tasted Mummy Bear’s porridge.
the three bears came back from their walk. Narrator: Daddy Bear: Grrrrrrr! Someone’s been sitting in my chair. This is just right! Goldilocks lay down in Baby Bear’s bed and fell fast asleep. I’m so hungry! Baby Bear: Narrator: The three bears never saw Goldilocks again. The three bears went upstairs. Narrator: Daddy Bear: Grrrrrrr! Someone’s been sleeping in my bed. Oh my! Goldilocks ran away as fast as she could. Baby Bear: Hmmmph! Someone’s been eating my porridge. and they’ve eaten it all up! The three bears were so sad. Daddy Bear went to sit down. Daddy Bear and Mummy Bear were very angry. (inside the cottage) Three bears: Who are you and what are you doing here? Narrator: Goldilocks: Narrator: Goldilocks: Goldilocks woke up and jumped out of the bed. Baby Bear: Hmmmph! Someone’s been sitting in my chair and they’ve broken it! Now. Mummy Bear: (running from the kitchen) Ahhhhh! Someone’s been sitting in my chair. Baby Bear: Hmmmph! Someone’s been sleeping in my bed and she’s still there! � Goldilocks and the Three Bears � Goldilocks and the Three Bears . Daddy Bear: Grrrrrrr! Someone’s been eating my porridge.Goldilocks and the Three Bears Play Script Narrator: Goldilocks: Narrator: Goldilocks tried Baby Bear’s bed. (running away) Ahhhhhh! (crying) Oh dear! I didn’t want to scare her away! Scene 3 Narrator: Baby Bear: Soon. Mummy Bear: Ahhhhh! Someone’s been eating my porridge. Mummy Bear: Ahhhhh! Someone’s been sleeping in my bed.
be careful. . (in the forest) Narrator: Father: Hansel: Gretel: Father: Hansel: Father: Gretel: Hansel: Gretel: Hansel: Gretel: Narrator: Witch: Hansel and Gretel: (jumping in shock and dropping their food) We’re so Father: Hansel: Gretel: Witch: Narrator: We didn’t mean to eat your house. Hansel. I slept very well. I don’t know. Don’t worry. Let’s go and ask for some food. Hansel and Gretel saw a pretty cottage. Scene 1 Narrator: (at home) Hansel: Gretel: Hansel and Gretel lived near a dark forest with their father and their stepmother. It’s delicious! Hansel and Gretel nibbled away like hungry mice. Me too. boy! And you.. they realized it was a special house.. � Hansel and Gretel Hansel and Gretel stepped inside the house. you do that everyday! We know! But stepmother told us she needed firewood everyday to keep our cottage warm. Then the old woman locked the door. Witch: Hansel and Gretel: (scared and starting to cry) No.. can get to work! We’re sorry. What are you going to do today? We are going to get some sticks in the woods. As Hansel and Gretel got closer to the house.. dear children. Did you sleep well? Yes. Witch Narrator: Then.Hansel and Gretel Play Script Characters : Narrator. (smiling sweetly) Come inside. How dare you eat my cottage! Now. Suddenly an old woman opened the door. Gretel. That is a great idea. But. Hansel. Father. Narrator: She was a wicked witch! � Hansel and Gretel . lazy girl. children. Hansel: Scene 2 Narrator: Gretel: Hansel: Gretel: Hansel: Gretel: One day. Gretel. ..but we were so hungry.. Are you hungry? sorry.and gingerbread! Let’s try some. Good morning. we didn’t mean to. Father. Father will come and find us. Me too. they got lost deep among the trees. Excellent. You may get lost if you go too deeply into the woods. where are we? It’s getting late. Well. I’m very hungry. Father. Look! It’s made of sweets. I will eat you. Hansel. You are eating my house.
She can never hurt you again. Where is the wicked witch? I pushed her into the oven and locked the door. Hansel. and their father lived happily ever after. LET ME Narrator: The witch locked Hansel in a chicken cage. the witch decided to eat both children. I could eat you first! Please Gretel. Father: Narrator: Hansel began to worry and Gretel couldn’t stop crying. clever Gretel pushed her inside the oven and slammed the door. Hansel. boy! (holding out a chicken bone) Here it is. � Hansel and Gretel � Hansel and Gretel . do as she says. You are so clever and brave! They took the witch’s stolen treasure. Witch: Hansel: Witch: Show me your finger. And each day. I don’t know how. I missed you very much. little girl. Oh my! I am sorry I let you go into the forest. I won’t. Father! We are home. but he knew she couldn’t see well. but I will fatten you up. (screaming) It’s too hot! Let me out. Then. Witch: You are too skinny to eat now. Little girl. go and cut the wood to make the oven nice and hot. the witch fed Hansel lots of sweets and gingerbread. Hansel and Gretel found their way out of the dark forest. climb into the oven to see if it’s hot enough. Narrator: Each day. Then. (grumbling) Still too thin! Hansel and Gretel: (shouting with joy and running towards the house) Father! Narrator: Soon the witch grew tired of waiting. Gretel. and soon found their way home again. No. Your stepmother has gone. Show me. Witch: Gretel: Witch: Hansel: OUT!! Gretel: Hansel: Gretel: Hansel: Narrator: (opening the chicken cage) Come out. get me some gingerbread. Gretel had a great idea. she felt Hansel’s finger to see if he was fat enough to eat. Scene 4 (at the witch’s cottage) Narrator: Narrator: The next morning. Witch: Hansel: Gretel: Witch: I can’t wait any longer! I shall eat you tomorrow! Oh no! (crying) Oh dear! Father: Hansel! Gretel! Where have you been? I have been so worried. Witch: Gretel: (craftily) Gretel.Hansel and Gretel Play Script Scene 3 (at the witch’s cottage) Witch: Narrator: Stupid girl! Like this! Suddenly. We got lost in the woods and the wicked witch tried to eat us. As the witch bent right over. Hansel: Little girl.
Jack and the Beanstalk Play Script Characters : Narrator. Narrator: Jack climbed and climbed and when he reached the top. so we need some money. Narrator: Jack had to think about it. Okay! You can take the cow! about the old man and the magic beans. Giant Mother: Did you get a good price for the cow? Scene 1 (at home) Jack: No. he Old man: I would like to buy the cow from you. fo. By morning. Jack. Okay. sir. But I got these magic beans instead! Mother: (angry) What? Oh. Mom! Look what I have got! � Jack and the Beanstalk to hide? Oh. Mother: Be careful. All they had was a cow. we don’t have any money. you foolish boy! Jack: Narrator: Once upon a time there was a boy called Jack. Old man. He lived in a small cottage with his mother. there is a place. Jack and his mother were very poor. Jack: (scared) What is that noise? (shouting) Fee. Jack. Jack: Really? Jack: Oh my! There is a castle in the sky! I can’t believe this. Jack: window. the beanstalk reached high into the sky. � Jack and the Beanstalk . My mother and I are poor. Mom. I will take the cow to the market. Mom. Jack: Narrator: Jack crept inside. Mother.. the magic beans grew into a huge beanstalk.. So. the floor began to shake. Mother: Jack. Jack: I’m taking it to the market. Mother: No way! These beans are useless! Narrator: Jack’s mother was very cross and threw the beans out of the cow. Jack: Giant: happy. Instead. Who lives in Old man: They will make you rich. (whispering to himself) Everything is so big in here. young boy. Old man: I don’t have money. Where are you taking that cow? Jack: Scene 2 (on the ground & in the castle) Narrator: During the night. I think we have to sell the Mom. Jack was so surprised. Wow! This beanstalk is huge! found a huge castle. Mom. fi. Jack: Magic beans? Mmm. fum. He wanted to make his mother this big castle? Narrator: Suddenly. I’ll grind his bones to make my bread. Narrator: On the way to the market. I smell the blood of an Englishman . (whispering) Oh no! It’s a giant! What can I do? Is there any place Jack: (running home) Mom. He was so excited to tell his mother Jack: Be he alive or be he dead. Narrator: Jack ran all the way home. I’ll give you five magic beans. Old man: Good morning. Jack met a little old man. they will make us rich! Trust me.
But the hen began to Narrator: Jack was right. where have you been? Why do you have a hen? Jack: Mom. Mom. I smell the blood of an Englishman! (running) Oh no! Time to go! Narrator: Jack ran back to the beanstalk and climbed down as fast as he could! Giant: (yelling) I’ll get you! Narrator: Jack reached the bottom of the beanstalk. hurry! Give me an axe! Mother: Here you are. I climbed to the top and found the giant’s castle. Giant: Lay me a golden egg. squawk and flap its wings.Jack and the Beanstalk Play Script Narrator: Jack hid in a cupboard and watched as the giant ate five sheep Jack: I have to chop this beanstalk down right now! for his meal. I watched this hen lay a perfect golden egg. Jack chopped down the beanstalk. I will take the hen and climb back down the beanstalk. Narrator: Jack quickly picked up the giant’s hen. fo. Jack? Jack: Now he is asleep. That was the end of Jack: It’s amazing! I wish I had that hen. what is going on? Jack: Scene 3 The magic beans grew into this huge beanstalk. Then he called for his hen. What are you going to do with an axe? � Jack and the Beanstalk � Jack and the Beanstalk . You’ll see. Mother: Jack. (smiling) Yes. Narrator: As soon as the giant was full. So. Ahhhhh! him! Narrator: Jack watched in amazement as the hen laid a perfect golden Narrator: The giant fell to the ground with a thud. Giant: Narrator: With his axe. fum. he fell fast asleep. Jack: Shh! Be quiet! The giant might wake up! Narrator: The giant woke up! Giant: Jack: (shouting) Fee. egg. (in the castle & at home) Mother: Oh my! It’s a giant! Jack. The hen laid a golden egg every day and Jack and his mother were never poor again. fi. Then Mom and I would be rich. Jack: Mother: Are you telling me the truth.
(on the farm) Little Red Hen: Wow! Look what I found on the ground. The Little Red Hen worked hard by herself all day in the hot sun. them. One day on the farm. Narrator: The Little Red Hen worked hard all day and planted all the grains of wheat herself. Little Red Hen: Then I must do it myself. Scene 1 Narrator: (on the farm) Rat: Little Red Hen: Then I must do it myself. Rat. too. Little Red Hen: It is very heavy. look! Weeds are all around. Little Red Hen: Then I must harvest it myself.The Little Red Hen Play Script Characters : Narrator. Not I! Not I! Not I! I don’t know how to weed! � The Little Red Hen � The Little Red Hen . Narrator: Little Red Hen: It was hard to plant all those grains. Who will help me plant them? Narrator: So the Little Red Hen did it herself. Me too! I am going to read a newspaper. Who will help me carry the wheat? Cat: Dog: Rat: Cat: Dog: Little Red Hen: Oh. Who will help me weed? Cat: Dog: Rat: Cat: Not I! Not I! Not I! (grumbling) We are going for a walk. Cat. As time went by. the wheat grew ripe. (grumbling) We can’t help. I want to plant Scene 2 Narrator: Cat: Dog: Rat: Cat: Dog: Rat: Not I! Not I! Not I! I am going to take a nap. the Little Red Hen found some grains of wheat. Little Red Hen. Narrator: The Little Red Hen’s wheat grew. (yawning) So am I. Soon the wheat was ready to carry. Miller Dog: I don’t like to work! I have to drink some juice. Dog. but the weeds grew. Little Red Hen: The wheat is ready now. Who will help me cut the wheat? Cat: Dog: Rat: Cat: Dog: Rat: Not I! Not I! Not I! (yawning) I’m tried. (yawning) Me too.
Little Red Hen: Who will help me eat my bread? Cat: Dog: Rat: Me! Me! Me. Cat. the Little Red Hen returned to the farm. Narrator: So the miller ground the wheat into flour. So am I. me! my little chicks to help me eat my bread. Little Red Hen: Then I will make and bake it myself! Narrator: When the bread was ready. Dog. today? into flour? Little Red Hen: You never wanted to help me. Good afternoon. Cat. the Little Red Hen carried it to the mill. me. Why should I share my Little Red Hen: Here is all the wheat that I have grown. Will you grind it Narrator: So Cat. Narrator: Miller: So. Dog. How can I help you.The Little Red Hen Play Script Rat: (grumbling) Don’t ask us anymore! Cat: Dog: Rat: But. Dog and Rat were all sleeping. and Rat smelt something delicious. bread with you? Little Red Hen: Then I must carry it to the mill myself. (on the farm) Scene 3 Narrator: Once all her wheat had been ground into flour. Miller: Of course. Little Red Hen. and Rat stayed hungry and the Little Red Hen and her chicks ate up all the bread. � The Little Red Hen Little Red Hen: (laughing) Ha! Ha! Ha! Who is asking you? I am calling all � The Little Red Hen . Little Red Hen: Who will help me make and bake my bread? Narrator: Nobody answered. Little Red Hen: Thank you. I’m hungry. Me too.
Soon. Mr. (looking at the little girl’s back) I know the fastest Wolf: way to get there.Little Red Riding Hood Play Script Characters : Narrator. little girl. Narrator: Wolf: Little Red Riding Hood: I’m taking this cake to Grandmother. Take care of yourself. (grumbling) There’s no one here! I will get into bed Little Red Riding Hood: Oh! What beautiful flowers! Grandmother loves Wolf: and wait for the little girl. I would like you to take this cake to her. Hello. Hood. Wolf: How kind of you! Your grandmother will be happy. Where are you going? (whispering) Oh no! But Little Red Riding Hood is clever. Grandmother! This is Little Red Riding Little Red Riding Hood: She lives in a cottage right next to the big tree Wolf: (in Grandmother’s voice) Come in. � Little Red Riding Hood The wolf jumped into Grandmother’s bed and put on a nightgown and cap. Good-bye. Wolf. Mother. I Remember. Hello. The wolf opened the cottage door and went inside. little girl. Scene 1 Narrator: (in the forest) Little Red Riding Hood: Good-bye. I will not talk to any strangers. Father: The wolf took a short cut to Grandmother’s cottage and knocked on the door. and then I’ll eat the little girl. I’ll pick some for her. Little Red Riding Hood. Grandmother: Narrator: Little Red Riding Hood stopped to pick some flowers. Before she arrives. Grandmother quickly hid in the cupboard. The wolf had a plan. � Little Red Riding Hood . Woodcutter Wolf: I see. flowers. Little Red Riding Hood started to walk through the woods to her grandmother’s house. The big. Wolf: Little Red Riding Hood: Don’t worry. my dear. Father. She will be okay. May I come in? Little Red Riding Hood: Hello. bad wolf crept up behind her. your grandmother is ill. there was a girl called Little Red Riding Hood. Little Red Riding Hood. She lived with her mother and father in a cottage in the forest. Where does your grandmother live? over the hill. Wolf. Grandmother. Narrator: Once upon a time. I’ll eat her grandmother. Grandmother. May I come in? (whispering) That’s not Little Red Riding Hood. It will make her feel better. Mother. It’s Little Red Riding Hood. Little Red Riding Hood. Mother & Father: Narrator: Grandmother: Be careful. Mother: Scene 2 Narrator: (in Grandmother’s cottage) Little Red Riding Hood: Okay. Do not stop or talk to strangers. walk straight there. Narrator: should hide somewhere. Little Red Riding Hood knocked on the cottage door.
(to the woodcutter) Thank you for saving my granddaughter. Little Red Riding Hood: Oh no! Please don’t eat me! Help! Scene 3 Narrator: (in Grandmother’s cottage) Just then. (in Grandmother’s voice) I’m in bed. dear. Grandmother! Wolf: Narrator: Little Red Riding Hood: Are you okay? Grandmother: (roaring) All the better to eat you with! Yes. my dear. Little Red Riding Hood: My.. what big ears you have. what big teeth you have.Little Red Riding Hood Play Script Little Red Riding Hood: Where are you. Grandmother? Wolf: Woodcutter: You’re safe now. Little Red Riding Hood ran to the cupboard and let her grandmother out. The wolf jumped out of the bed and went straight for Little Red Riding Hood. Little Red Riding Hood: My. little girl. little girl! Woodcutter: Little Red Riding Hood: I’ll never talk to strangers in the forest again! Wolf: Little Red Riding Hood: (screaming and running) Ahhhhh! Help me! Wolf: Didn’t your mother ever tell you not to talk to strangers? Ha. ha. I’m going to eat you. Grandmother! Wolf: I’m in the cupboard. I’m okay.. Woodcutter: Little Red Riding Hood: My. Grandmother! Wolf: You’re welcome. Little Red Riding Hood: (whimpering) Thank you for saving me. where are you? Grandmother: Narrator: with. a woodcutter walked past the cottage and heard the screaming. Oh my! What a bad wolf! The woodcutter ran inside and chopped the wolf’s head off! (screaming) Oh no! Ahaaaa! � Little Red Riding Hood Woodcutter: Narrator: Wolf: � Little Red Riding Hood . It was no problem. (in Grandmother’s voice) All the better to hear you Little Red Riding Hood: Grandmother. (in Grandmother’s voice) All the better to see you with. ha. what big eyes you have.
Puss? Trust me! Just do everything I say. The King’s servants saved the miller’s son and gave him some clothes. The King and Princess were very pleased. Puss. Puss caught a rabbit and took it to the royal palace. All he owned was a talking cat called Puss. Just do as I say. and I’ll make you rich! The miller’s son gave Puss a pair of boots and a bag. your Majesty. Puss? Trust me. So the miller’s son jumped into the river as Puss had told him. Do everything I say and your dreams will come true! Are you sure. (presenting the rabbit to the King) This is a gift from the Narrator: Puss: Miller’s son: Puss: Scene 2 Narrator: Puss: Miller’s son: Puss: Miller’s son: Narrator: One day. Thank you for saving me. please help him. okay? Okay! I’ll do everything you say. What are you going to do with these? I’ll call you the Marquis of Carabas. the King and Princess came riding by. Ogre’s servant 1. King. your Majesty. Who has sent these gifts? All of these gifts are from the Marquis of Carabas. take off your clothes and jump into the river. go and save that man now! It is the kind Marquis of Carabas. I am poor. King & Princess: (pleased) Oh! King: King: Miller’s son: King: That is an excellent rabbit. (outdoors) Scene 1 Narrator: (at home & in the palace) The miller’s son was very poor. Ogre’s servant 2. I will catch a rabbit with my bag and take it to the royal palace. I have an idea! Give me some boots and a bag. Marquis of Carabas. Thank the Marquis of Carabas for his kindness. Princess. Master? Puss. � Puss in Boots . Okay. Servants. The King will be impressed. Ogre Narrator: King: Puss: Puss took other gifts to the palace. Can we take you back to your castle? � Puss in Boots Narrator: Puss: Narrator: Marquis of Carabas. (shouting) Help! Help! The Marquis of Carabas has been Narrator: Miller’s son: Puss: Miller’s son: Puss: Miller’s son: Narrator: Puss: Puss: robbed! He’s drowning! Help! Help! Miller’s son: Princess: King: (drowning) Puff! Puff! Father. are you ok? Yes. Master. Why are you so sad. Why should I do that. One day Puss went into the woods. Puss hid his clothes and started to shout for help. Master. Miller’s son.Puss in Boots Play Script Characters : Narrator.
like a mouse. so he ate him up! Soon the King arrived. would you like to marry my daughter? She is a beautiful girl and will make a good wife. Marquis of Carabas. I’m so happy. Miller’s son: Princess: Puss: Narrator: Puss: Oh. Of course I can. you strange talking cat. Puss had a plan. I can turn into a lion. I have heard that you can turn into a lion. of course! � Puss in Boots Puss: Ogre: Puss: Ogre: Narrator: King: Puss: � Puss in Boots . owned by a terrible ogre. (whispering) Don’t worry. (smiling) Thank you. Who owns this beautiful castle? The Marquis of Carabas. Who owns these woods and fields? Ogre’s servant 1 & 2: (bowing) The Marquis of Carabas. Then he went to find the ogre.Puss in Boots Play Script Miller’s son: Narrator: Puss: Narrator: (whispering to Puss) But I have no castle. Narrator: King: The King and Princess were delighted. your Majesty. or there’ll be trouble. Of course. Puss spoke to the ogre’s servants. Father. Ogre’s servant 1 & 2: Okay. Nearby was a beautiful castle. Tell the King that the Marquis of Carabas is your master. See. Follow me. Narrartor: King: Then. your Majesty. (turning into a lion) ROAR! That’s good! But I bet you can’t turn into something small. Dear Ogre. See! (turning into a mouse) SQUEAK! Puss liked mice. Scene 3 Narrator: (in Ogre’s castle) Puss ran ahead to the ogre’s castle. The Princess and the miller’s son got married and Puss lived happily ever after. I would be honored. We don’t want any trouble. the King rode by the ogre’s castle.
I wonder what’s inside. Wicked fairy. come on in. Narrator: Princess: While the princess was spinning. Narrator: Fairy 1: Fairy 2: Fairy 3: Good fairy: Narrator: One by one. Wicked fairy: (flying in with evil laugh) Hello. Queen: King: Narrator: (crying) A hundred years? No! Burn all the spindles in the land! The King and Queen burned all the spindles in the land. the princess climbed up a tower she had never visited before. As the last fairy stepped up to present her gift. Princess. You are all very welcome. Hello. ha. a wicked fairy flew in.. Wicked fairy: Oh. King: Queen: Scene 1 Narrator: Queen: King: Narrator: (in the castle) Can you break the spell. See you in fifteen years. when that baby is fifteen she will prick her finger on a spindle and die! Princess: Narrator: Fifteen years passed. 2. 2. Inside. Queen. an old lady was spinning. Please break your spell. Fairy 1. Thank you for coming. Good fairy. & 3: Thank you for inviting us. Princess: Hello. Fairy 2. They invited all the good fairies in the land. each fairy gave the baby princess a gift. but I can make it better. Good fairy: I cannot break the spell. Why don’t we celebrate her birth? That is a great idea! Let’s have a big party! The happy King and Queen gave a feast. Fairy 3. let me try. ha! Long ago.The Sleeping Beauty Play Script Characters : Narrator. but she will sleep for a hundred years. I give my gift of beauty to the baby princess. your parents I’m very sorry. everyone. fairies. The princess will not die.. Our baby girl is beautiful. What are you doing? Wicked fairy: I am spinning. On her fifteenth birthday. � The Sleeping Beauty . young lady. Princess. OW! I pricked my finger! should have invited me! Queen: (crying) No! Please. Good fairy? (crying) Please save my daughter! Once upon a time a beautiful princess was born. � The Sleeping Beauty Narrator: The princess fell asleep. Come closer. Prince Wicked fairy: (flying away) It’s too late. I have never seen this tower before. I give my gift of. I give the gift of kindness. ha. Princess: Please. me! Well. she picked up the spindle. ha. I give her the gift of all good things. King. & 3: Oh no! This is horrible. no! Fairy 1. (in the tower) King: Queen: Scene 2 Narrator: Fairy 1. everyone! So you didn’t invite Wicked fairy: Of course. ha. King: Wicked fairy: (evil laughing) Ha.
too. Prince. through the hall. A thorn hedge grew up around the castle. Thank you. Thank you for saving us. too. And they lived happily ever after. (kissing) (yawning and waking up) Oh my! You saved me. ha! Narrator: Princess: Narrator: Yes. Everyone else woke up. ha. Princess! You are awake. ha. a prince came to the castle. The prince married the beautiful princess. The prince went into the courtyard. you are so beautiful. (in the castle) Scene 3 Narrator: After a hundred years. She is so beautiful. There is a castle behind these thorns. The good fairy’s spell worked. Everyone else in the castle fell asleep. You are back! This prince woke me up. It was my pleasure. and up to the tower. Will you marry me? � The Sleeping Beauty � The Sleeping Beauty . Nobody could get through. You are beautiful. (blushing) Thank you. princess. Thank you.The Sleeping Beauty Play Script Wicked fairy: (flying away) Ha. your Majesty. There he found the beautiful sleeping princess. Years passed by. The thorns parted. I will. Prince: Narrator: Prince: Princess: Prince: Princess: Narrator: Queen: King: Princess: King: Prince: Princess: Prince: The pleasure is all mine. Dear Princess. This is very strange.
I just wanted to take a rest. Little Mouse: You are beautiful. Dwarf 2. Little Mouse. who is the fairest of them all? The mirror always answered . the Queen.. You. She hated her pretty stepdaughter. heaven! You can stay with us. My stepmother. Everyday she asked it the same question. Snow White is the fairest of them all. Snow White fell asleep. Snow White walked far into the woods. mirror on the Queen: Narrator: Mirror: Narrator: Mirror: Queen: Snow White: Dwarf 1. & 3: Who are you and why are you here? Snow White: I’m Snow White. she found seven dwarfs there! Oh! Are these your beds? Sorry. who is the fairest of them all? Mirror: Narrator: Snow White. (talking to herself) Why does everyone like her? She is not as Huntsman: Snow White: Huntsman: Snow White: Narrator: Queen: beautiful as me. mind. Queen. You are the fairest of them all. (crying) Oh no! Why? Once there was a beautiful but wicked queen. She ordered her huntsman to kill Snow White. the huntsman was waiting for Snow White to kill her. Scene 2 Narrator: (in the woods) Dwarf 1. You are kind. too. Huntsman. Oh. Snow White: Thank you. Snow White. The Queen was very angry. I should rest here for a while. the Queen once again asked her magic mirror. wants to kill me. Snow White. Snow White! Yes. mirror on the wall. mirror on the wall. Huntsman. Mirror. the wicked Queen has ordered me to kill you. That is awful. When she woke up. Mirror. little mouse. Queen: Narrator: (growling) I hate her! Snow White: Narrator: The Queen had a magic mirror. Prince Scene 1 Narrator: (in the castle) The Queen asked Snow White to get some flowers in the woods. Oh dear. Mirror. (shouting) What? � Snow White Dwarf 1: Dwarf 2: Dwarf 3: Narrator: wall. go and kill Snow White! Yes. There. Huntsman! Thank you for letting me go. Snow White! The next day. 2. Snow White! (screaming) No! I will ask you again. Snow White and you have a beautiful I do not know. Suddenly she found a house with small beds inside. Dwarf 3. But one day it answered . Queen. I’m so tired. You must run far far away.. Mirror. who is the fairest of them all? Snow White! She’s living in the woods. � Snow White Queen: Mirror: Queen: Queen: Huntsman: .. your Majesty. Snow White. please stay with us. Snow White. The kind huntsman let Snow White go..Snow White Play Script Characters : Narrator.
Good morning. How horrible she is! (in the woods) Queen: Scene 3 Narrator: Narrator: Queen: Snow White: Narrator: Snow White: Narrator: A few days later. Hello. What a beautiful girl! I think I have fallen in love with her. Thank you for saving Dwarf 2: Prince: Narrator: Narrator: Prince: Snow While: Snow White: Queen: me. Snow White. Oh. Help! The Queen ran away. Are you okay? What is your name. the Queen found out that Snow White was still alive.Snow White Play Script Narrator: The Queen was even angrier. The Queen pulled and pulled and pulled the laces. I will kill Snow White myself. The next day. They put Snow White in a glass coffin. When the comb touched Snow White’s hair. she fainted. ha! Queen: Snow White: Narrator: Queen: Dwarf 1. she’s dead! Ha. they are beautiful. I can’t breathe. Would you like to share my apple? It looks delicious! Thank you. The dwarfs came home and saw Snow White. The Queen dressed as an old lady and knocked at the dwarfs’ cottage. The old lady pulled the laces so tight. One day a prince rode by. The Prince and Snow White got married and lived happily ever after. She must be your stepmother. Dwarf 3: She’s all right! It was the Queen again. � Snow White Snow White: Narrator: Narrator: . As the Prince went to kiss her. Snow White woke up. This time she was dressed as a pedlar. Finally. Thank you! I couldn’t breathe. I am just a pedlar. I will. the Queen knocked at the door again. the apple fell out of Snow White’s mouth and she woke up. beautiful girl. kind lady. Try these laces! Oh. & 3: Oh no! The Queen has finally killed Snow White. Here’s a pretty comb. This time she came dressed as a farmer’s wife. No one can be more beautiful than me. They undid the laces and soon Snow White was well again. Oh. Who is it? Don’t be afraid young lady. The dwarfs quickly took the comb out. She made a plan to kill Snow White herself. young lady. ha. wow! Thank you. Snow White? Yes. Prince: Snow White: Narrator: Will you marry me. the Queen. ha. Narrator: Snow White: The dwarfs were so sad. 2. Snow White took a bite and fell down as if dead. You must be very careful. beautiful girl? (blushing) My name is Snow White. After a few � Snow White minutes.
The shoemaker sold the beautiful shoes and bought more leather with the money. Customer 1. Months passed. The shoemaker was so poor that he could only buy leather for one pair of shoes. tonight? Shoemaker’s wife: It’s very late. Of course. dear. Customer 3. Oh my! There are two pairs of beautiful shoes this morning! � The Elves and the Shoemaker Scene 3 Narrator: (at the shoemaker’s shop & home) At midnight. he was astounded. the shoemaker bought more leather. the shoemaker was amazed. they are. Customer 2. madam. A couple entered the shop as soon as the shoemaker opened the door. Customer 1 (lady): Those shoes are beautiful. The shoemaker sold the shoes straight away. Shoemaker. sir. Let’s go to bed. dear! I want to buy them. Are you going to make the shoes Customer 2 (lady): Oh. Each day. two tiny elves jumped in through the window. Thank you very much. Customer 2 (lady): They look great! Customer 3 (man): (looking at the shoemaker) We’ll take both pairs of shoes. Elf 2 Shoemaker’s wife: Again? Really? Wow. Shoemaker: Narrator: Thank you. Soon. Here’s some new leather. Let’s make shoes! Hurry! � The Elves and the Shoemaker Elf 1: Elf 2: Shoemaker: . You’re right! Let’s stay up one night and find out who it is. these are lovely shoes. darling. Once there lived a poor shoemaker. Shoemaker’s wife.The Elves and the Shoemaker Play Script Characters : Narrator. Elf 1. Shoemaker: (sadly) No. Please come back again. Shoemaker: (at the shoemaker’s shop) Narrator: please. one night the shoemaker and his wife hid and waited. The leather has been made into a pair of beautiful shoes! Shoemaker: Narrator: Shoemaker: Shoemaker’s wife: (surprised) I can’t believe this! Narrator: Shoemaker’s wife: We must find out who is helping us! That day. Scene 2 Narrator: The next morning. two customers came into the shoemaker’s shop. Customer 3 (man): Yes. the shoemaker was rich. I will make the shoes tomorrow morning. Where are they coming from? Scene 1 Narrator: (at the shoemaker’s home) Shoemaker: Narrator: I don’t know what’s going on. Narrator: The shoemaker and his wife went to bed. The next morning. he found new shoes. they are beautiful too. And look at these shoes. They had ragged jackets and bare feet. And next morning. Wow! It’s a miracle. I’ll take them. So.
Me too. They are so small. And they are so warm. How do they work so quickly and make such beautiful shoes? some warm clothes to say thank you. Shoemaker’s wife: Here they come. but the shoemaker and his wife lived happily ever after. Elf 1: Elf 2: Narrator: Shoemaker: Shoemaker’s wife: We must do something for the elves. dear. the elves made the leather into beautiful shoes. beautiful clothes. too. I will make them Shoemaker: Narrator: And I will make them new shoes! The shoemaker and his wife left the new clothes and shoes on the table and waited until midnight. Shoemaker: Elf 1: Elf 2: Shhhh! Look! There are tiny. The shoemaker and his wife were very surprised. I’m finished. Let’s leave now. beautiful shoes here! And there are tiny. Let’s try them on.The Elves and the Shoemaker Play Script Narrator: As quick as a flash. These new clothes and shoes fit perfectly. Then they disappeared. Then the elves danced for joy and skipped out of the window. Elf 1: Elf 2: Narrator: � The Elves and the Shoemaker . They never came back.
Littlest Billy Goat: Finally. I’m so scared. I will let you cross my bridge. (worried) I hope big brother will be okay. Little Billy Goat: I want to eat the sweet grass across the river. it was the biggest Billy Goat’s turn. Middle-sized Billy Goat: So am I. Did you sleep well? I did. I will let you cross my bridge. the middle-sized Billy Goat clattered onto the bridge. Middle-sized Billy Goat: He will. Then. Troll: � The Three Billy Goats Gruff (roaring) Who’s that trip-trapping across my bridge? � The Three Billy Goats Gruff . It looks delicious. everyone. (roaring) I’m going to eat you up! Middle-sized Billy Goat: But my brother is even fatter than me. First. Middle-sized Billy Goat. Biggest Billy Goat: Narrator: Middle-sized Billy Goat: It’s only me. Littlest Billy Goat. the biggest Billy Goat clattered onto the bridge. The troll will not let us cross the bridge. Troll Scene 2 Narrator: (on the bridge) Scene 1 Narrator: (across the bridge from the sweet grass) The three Billy Goats kept walking. I am very hungry. I heard about a troll under the bridge. Troll: Middle-sized Billy Goat: I want it. Who’s that trip-trapping across my bridge? (squeaking) It’s only me. Let’s go and eat! The three Billy Goats wanted to cross the bridge. Troll: Narrator: Really? OK. Now. Really? OK. Biggest Billy Goat: Come on. (roaring) I’m going to eat you up! Once upon a time. Could he cross the bridge safely? (on the bridge & in the meadow) Littlest Billy Goat: Biggest Billy Goat: Littlest Billy Goat: Scene 3 Narrator: Middle-sized Billy Goat: There must be a way. Troll: Yes.The Three Billy Goats Gruff Play Script Characters : Narrator. Who’s that trip-trapping across my bridge? Good morning. Littlest Billy Goat. too. Biggest Billy Goat. there were three Billy Goats Gruff. Don’t worry. He is strong and brave. Biggest Billy Goat: Littlest Billy Goat: But my brother is much fatter than me. but a wicked troll lived under the bridge. Let’s go. Good morning! Troll: Littlest Billy Goat: Troll: Littlest Billy Goat: Troll: Narrator: Littlest Billy Goat: Middle-sized Billy Goat: Good morning. the littlest Billy Goat clattered onto the bridge.
I am! The biggest Billy Goat snorted. stupid Troll! Biggest Billy Goat: Narrator: The biggest Billy Goat butted the troll up into the air. you’re not! (roaring) Oh yes. (shouting and butting) Go away.The Three Billy Goats Gruff Play Script Biggest Billy Goat: Troll: Biggest Billy Goat: Troll: Narrator: (bellowing) Me! (roaring) I’m going to eat you up! (roaring) Oh no. Middle-sized Billy Goat: I like this place! Biggest Billy Goat: Littlest Billy Goat: Narrator: Now. (screaming) Ahhhhh! (happily) Yeah!! He made it! Troll: Littlest Billy Goat: Middle-sized Billy Goat: I told you he was strong and brave! Narrator: Biggest Billy Goat: The wicked old troll was never seen again. (eating) Yummy! It is delicious. put down his head and charged. The three Billy Goats Gruff ate the sweet grass in the meadow and lived happily ever after. (walking to his brothers) Well. we can eat all the sweet grass we want. � The Three Billy Goats Gruff . right off the bridge and into the river. that was easier than I thought! Littlest Billy Goat: Biggest Billy Goat: I hope I am as strong and brave as you someday! I am sure you will be.
I need a place to hide myself.The Ugly Duckling Play Script Characters : Narrator. there was a sad and lonely duckling. Ugly duckling: One day. He hid in the reeds all through the cold winter. Other duckling 1. Other duckling 3: You don’t know why? That’s because you are the stupid ugly duckling. The farm animals chased the ugly duckling far away. white birds flying in the sky. (shivering) I’m so cold. I can find a friend there. three beautiful. the ugly duckling saw beautiful. That’s just a dream. I will go to the farm. Hi. ha. This is the only place I will be for my whole life. Maybe. (lonely and sad) Why am I so big and ugly? All I want Once upon a time. Other duckling 3. Farm animal 1. They are beautiful. Swan 2. Then. Farm animal 2. Ha. Ugly duckling: Ugly duckling: are some friends to play with. the ugly duckling swam through the reeds into the river. Ugly duckling. (running) They are so bad. large. I wish I had a friend. I wish I could be like them. Farm animal 1 & 2: Go away. how are you? Narrator: Narrator: Ugly duckling: Ugly duckling: Farm animal 1 & 2: (laughing) What a strange-looking duckling! Narrator: Scene 3 Narrator: (in the river) All the other farm animals kept teasing and laughing. Ugly duckling: Narrator: � The Ugly Duckling � The Ugly Duckling . Swan 3 Scene 2 (in the reeds) Scene 1 Narrator: Ugly duckling: (on the pond) Narrator: I should hide there so no animals can find me. Other duckling 2. ha! Ugly duckling: I can’t get along with other ducklings. large. Swan 1. (looking up to the sky) They aren’t ugly and grey like Other duckling 2: Ugly Duckling! We are brown. But the ugly duckling didn’t fly away. always by himself. Narrator: Other duckling 1: Ugly Duckling! Why are you so big? Ugly duckling: (sadly) I don’t know. I feel lonely. Narrator: Ugly duckling: me. Then I would fly away. white birds came flying towards him. The ugly duckling went to the farm and met some animals. He was the ugliest duckling on the pond. ugly duckling! Narrator: Ugly duckling: In spring. Why are you that ugly grey? Ugly duckling: (sadly) I don’t know. The ugly duckling hid in a reed bank all through the summer and all through the autumn.
Why are you all by yourself? (crying) I was hiding because I’m so ugly. Swan 1: Ugly duckling: Swan 2: Ugly duckling: Swan 3: Narrator: But you’re not ugly. and ugly duckling. � The Ugly Duckling . we will.The Ugly Duckling Play Script Ugly duckling: (hiding in the reeds) Oh no! I will hide so that they won’t laugh at me. (whispering) I’m white. white swan. & 3: Narrator: Why don’t you come and join us? Really? Will you be my friends? Of course. I am a big. Look at yourself in the river. You’re as beautiful as we are. 2. but a beautiful. four beautiful swans rose up into the air and flew away together. Narrator: But it was too late. No. you are not. Then. The ugly duckling looked at himself in the river and saw not an ugly duckling. No way. The three white birds had seen the ugly duckling. not grey! I’m not an ugly Ugly duckling: duckling anymore! Swan 1. 2 & 3: Ugly duckling: Swan 1. grey.
I want to build a strong house. So the three little pigs began to build their houses. bricks are heavy. bad wolf. � The Three Little Pigs . That’s a great idea! This is a lovely place. Don’t worry. there were three little pigs. dear children. Scene 1 Narrator: (at the pigs’ home) Third little pig: Once upon a time. I finished my house of sticks. Mom. Third little pig. (shouting with excitment) Now I finished building my Scene 2 Narrator: (near the first. too. Wolf: First little pig: Not by the hairs on my chinny chin chin. Brothers. Wolf Second little pig: Well. First little pig.The Three Little Pigs Play Script Characters : Narrator. Go and see the world. I want to see the bigger world. (growling) Let me in. but I want to build a strong house. I can build my house by myself. They are light and easy to find in the field. � The Three Little Pigs First little pig: Second little pig: Third little pig: First little pig: Scene 3 Narrator: (at the house of straw) One day. Finally they found a nice place to live. Good bye. Mom! Good bye. But. bad wolf can’t get me! First & Second little pigs: We are not afraid of the wolf! The three little pigs walked and walked. Narrator: Mother pig: First little pig: Second little pig: Third little pig: Three little pigs: Mother pig: Okay. First & Second little pigs: Brother! Would you like us to help you? Third little pig: Narrator: Third little pig: No. bad wolf crept up to the house of straw. and third little pigs’ houses) house of bricks! It is very strong. let’s build our houses here. the big. Second little pig. I got it. (waving) Watch out for the big. I think I will build my house of bricks. I will. second. They are stronger than straw and sticks. Yes. I am going to build a house of sticks. I am going to build a house of straw. let me in. The third little pig kept building a house for a while. Let’s ask our brother if he needs any help. So the three little pigs left their home. I finished my house of straw. thank you. a very strong house! That’s a good idea. little pig. Mom. They are stronger than straw and easy to find in the forest. Let’s leave home and build our houses. my children. First little pig: Second little pig: Third little pig: Mother pig: First & Second little pigs: Bricks? Third little pig: Second little pig: Third little pig: Narrator: First little pig: Second little pig: Yes. The big. Mother pig. I know.
But he couldn’t blow the house of bricks in. Hurry up! Narrator: Now. he huffed and he puffed and he HUFFED and he PUFFED. First & Second little pigs: Let us in! Third little pig: First & Second little pigs: Thank you for saving us. let me in. (shouting down the chimney) I’m coming to get you! The third little pig quickly put a pot of boilng water underneath the chimney. (growling) Let me in. and knock on the door. He can’t get us. Your house of bricks is the What’s the matter with you? Third little pig: First & Second little pigs: The big. little pig. we all can live together in my strong house of bricks. too. (at the house of sticks) Scene 4 Narrator: Wolf: Wolf: Narrator: Wolf: Third little pig: Wolf: The big. The wolf fell down right into the pot. The three little pigs lived happily ever after in their house of bricks. � The Three Little Pigs First & Second little pigs: We are in danger! The wolf is going to eat us all up! Third little pig: Don’t worry. (growling) Let me in. (puffing) Whooo! Whooo! The first little pig ran to the second little pig’s house. he huffed and he puffed and he blew the house in. The first and second little pigs ran to the third little pig’s house. Wolf: Scene 5 Narrator: (at the house of bricks) Three little pigs: First little pig: Second little pig: HOORAY! My house of straw was so weak. (screaming) Ouch! Second little pig: Wolf: Narrator: Not by the hairs on my chinny chin chin! Then I’ll huff and I’ll puff and I’ll blow your house in! So. bad wolf is chasing us! Third little pig: Oh my! Come on in. strongest. (puffing) Whoooo! Narrator: Wolf: First & Second little pigs: Oh my! Run to our brother’s house. What’s wrong? My house of bricks is strong! Then I will climb onto the roof. (puffing) Whooooo! (running away) Ahhhhh! Help! Narrator: Wolf: Third little pig: Wolf: Narrator: Then the wolf crept up to the house of bricks. My house of sticks was weak. Then I’ll huff and I’ll puff and I’ll blow your house in! So. Wolf: First little pig: Narrator: Not by the hairs on my chinny chin chin. let me in. � The Three Little Pigs . little pig. bad wolf crept up to the house of sticks.The Three Little Pigs Play Script Wolf: Narrator: Then I’ll huff and I’ll puff and I’ll blow your house in! So he huffed and he puffed and he blew the house in.
I’m freezing. so he left her on a daisy. Thumbelina: How kind of you. Thank you.. Scene 1 Narrator: (outdoors) Long ago. Help me! Narrator: Toad: Just then. Scene 2 Narrator: Butterfly: The fieldmouse took Thumbelina underground to meet the mole. My friends don’t like you. Butterfly! Narrator: Fieldmouse: Hi. He lives underground. They’ll like you. Thumbelina: (crying) Oh no! Your son is horrible! Narrator: Fish: Fieldmouse: You can stay with me. tiny girl called Thumbelina. Hold on to this string and I will pull you along until you are safe. I will save Thumbelina: (crying) Oh no . mole. The toad trapped Thumbelina on a lily pad so she could not get away. Swallow Beetle: Narrator: I am taking you to my friends. She is beautiful. Mole: Then suddenly. You will marry my son! Thumbelina walked in the snow. la.Thumbelina Play Script Characters : Narrator. Fish! Narrator: It was too cold outside. a beautiful butterfly came by. (whispering) Thumbelina. But the beetle’s friends thought she was ugly. Good bye now. This is Thumbelina and she is going to marry you. Thumbelina. not again! Narrator: you. the A fish heard Thumbelina crying and nibbled the lily pad free. Beetle: Narrator: Thumbelina: I like singing songs. Narrator: One night a toad stole her away Thumbelina: (crying) What are you doing? Where are you taking me? Toad: Narrator: Thumbelina: It’s getting colder. she listened happily to the birds singing sweetly. la. Butterfly. Hello. Narrator: Thumbelina: (frightened) Help! Help me! Then the mole showed Thumbelina a dead swallow at the end of his tunnel. there was a beautiful.. Mole. . Fieldmouse. All summer. I need to find somewhere warm to stay. Mole. Narrator: I’m taking you to my son. but winter soon came along. Fieldmouse. Thumbelina: (smiling) Thank you. Thumbelina! Thumbelina: (sadly) Hello. Toad. but you must marry my friend. (underground) When Thumbelina floated away.. a fieldmouse came and rescued her. La. Thumbelina! Don’t cry. Thumbelina: Oh. Fish. so Thumbelina had to stay with the fieldmouse. Thumbelina. Thank you. a beetle swooped down and grabbed Thumbelina. Beetle. She tried to find somewhere warm. Hello. � Thumbelina � Thumbelina ..
Thumbelina. Dear Thumbelina. good luck. Narrator: Thumbelina made a blanket and covered the swallow. Swallow: Narrator: Thumbelina climbed onto the swallow’s back. I will. The fieldmouse is planning my Swallow: Narrator: Well. the swallow saw her and flew down. Please! Mole: It’s okay. and mountains. seas. Thumbelina: I’ll miss this beautiful land and blue sky. Thumbelina and the swallow landed in the swallow’s snug nest. He’s already dead.Thumbelina Play Script Mole: (kicking the bird) Stupid bird! Thumbelina: Okay. Swallow: (moving) Mmmmm! Thumbelina: Oh my! You are alive! But your wing is torn. Thank you. Scene 3 (underground & outdoors) Narrator: It was springtime now. Good bye. last summer. Thumbelina was safe and happy at last. Swallow! You’ll be safe here. Thumbelina? wedding to the miserable mole. They flew over fields. The day before her wedding. last look at the outside world. Thumbelina: It will keep you warm. but I must go soon. Thumbelina: (kissing the bird) Poor bird. Thumbelina took a long. do come with me! � Thumbelina Swallow: � Thumbelina . Thank you for singing so sweetly Thumbelina: Thank you for saving me.. What will you do. Thumbelina.. Narrator: Thumbelina: Don’t do that. Swallow: Thumbelina: (sadly) I must stay here. Narrator: Thumbelina would live underground from then on. But just then. The swallow was almost strong enough to leave. Narrator: Thumbelina nursed the swallow better until springtime.
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