By Joan Garner
Introduce scholars to the magic of theatre and aid them strengthen very important dramatic talents with this mesmerizing number of brief performs. With characters and tale traces that might in particular entice children, those reproducible scripts are entire and supply complete appearing and construction possibilities with out intricate units or costuming. Designed round the instructions for the theatre self-discipline of the nationwide criteria for humanities schooling (NSAE), the scripts are brief in size and reasonable to provide. they give educators a clean and straightforward method of educating scholars appearing, layout, directing, and learn.
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GUNNER: Wait a minute here ... ) Eyes of the wolf, teeth of the jaguar, I put this death spell ... ) WAIT! NARRATOR: Gunner had no time to lose. He had to act quickly before the Witch could finish her evil spell. Having no choice, Gunner drew his sword and chopped off the Witch's head. ) NARRATOR: Though terribly upset by it all, Gunner managed to pull himself together. He picked up the tinder box the Witch had dropped and carried it into town. ) It was quite late by the time he found a small roadside inn, but there were still people there eating and drinking, so Gunner went inside to inquire about lodgings for the night.
Then, moments later, they returned with Princess Ann. (The DOGS enter stage left with PRINCESS ANN. PRINCESS ANN is a very nice, almost meek person. ) PRINCESS ANN: Where am I? How did I get here? GUNNER: Please, don't be frightened. I mean you no harm. The last thing I would want to do is frighten you. PRINCESS ANN: Who are you? Page 16 GUNNER: I'm just a soldier who wanted to meet you very much. They told me you were so lovely and kind, and I was so lonely. I thought you wouldn't mind sitting down and talking with me awhile.
I hope the old woman will be able to pull me up out of the tree. Wait, I promised to get that tinder box for her. ) I wonder where it is. ) NARRATOR: Gunner looked about and found a small metal tinder box sitting on a table in the corner of the room. It was a pretty little tinder box, elegantly painted and in good shape. ) What a nice tinder box. I wouldn't mind owning it myself to use with my pipe. Oh well, it belongs to the old womanI best get back above ground and give it to her. (The GOLD DOG exits stage right, taking the door with him [her].
Stagings: short scripts for middle and high school students by Joan Garner