Goldilocks and the Two Bears

Dora’s hair is flaming red. Her father calls her his Goldilocks because of that. Today is a bad day: in school they are teasing her and her father isn’t around anymore to help. That’s why Dora decides to go to the woods. She comes into the house of the three Bears, (a Mother, a Father and the Little Bear). She meddles with the bears’ belongings, sampling their porridge (eating all of the baby’s), sitting on their chairs (breaking the baby’s), and then trying out their beds (falling asleep in the baby’s). When they come home Dora/Goldilocks finds out that Father Bear is gone. Together with Baby Bear and her tame crow Gerry she sets off to bring the little Bear’s father home.
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Estimated Classroom Reading Fee: $50 per classroom, per semester
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Description

Creators
Saskia Janse, playwright

 

Details

1 actors/ /puppeteer
Originally produced by: Speeltheater Holland 1985
Audience recommendation: 4+

Synopsis

Dora’s hair is flaming red. Her father calls her his Goldilocks because of that. Today is a bad day: in school they are teasing her and her father isn’t around anymore to help. That’s why Dora decides to go to the woods. She comes into the house of the three Bears, (a Mother, a Father and the Little Bear). She meddles with the bears’ belongings, sampling their porridge (eating all of the baby’s), sitting on their chairs (breaking the baby’s), and then trying out their beds (falling asleep in the baby’s). When they come home Dora/Goldilocks finds out that Father Bear is gone. Together with Baby Bear and her tame crow Gerry she sets off to bring the little Bear’s father home.

Additional information

Script Type

Perusal Script PDF, Written Score PDF

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