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NONETRADITIONAL THEATER SCRIPT
LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD; ADAPTED FROM
A TREASURY OF CHILDRENíS LITERATURE
AGE GROUP 9 -12 year old
adopted by zohra alex nevin
Cast of Characters:
Little Red Riding Hood
(EARLY ONE MORNING, LITTLE RED RIDING HOODíS MOTHER BAKED SOME CAKES AND OTHER SWEETS IN HER KITCHEN AS LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD WATCHED. SHE BACKED SOME CAKES AND BUTTER IN A SMALL BASKET AND ASKED LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD TO TAKE IT TO HER GRANDMOTHER.)
MOTHER: (SMILING) Your grandmother has been quite ill. I want you to take this basket of cakes
and butter to her.
L.R.R.H: (HAPPILY) Ok, mom.
MOTHER: (STRAIGHTENING LRRHíS CAP) And remember not to stray from the path or you might get
lost in the woods.
L.R.R.H: I wonít mom, I promise. Iíll call you when I get to grandmaís house.
MOTHER: Ok dear, say hello to grandma for me. Now run along.
(SHE HAD NOT GONE FAR WHEN SHE MET THE BIG BAD WOLF LEANING AGAINST A TREE LOOKING AT L.R.R.H., BUT SHE WAS NOT AFRAID.)
L.R.R.H: Good morning wolf. How are you this morning?
WOLF: (WITH A MYSTERY LOOK ON HIS FACE) And good morning to you, where are you going in
such a hurry?
L.R.R.H: Oh, Iím on my way to my grandmotherís house. Iím taking her this basket of cakes.
She lives over there on the other side of the wood.
WOLF: (WALKING BESIDE RED RIDING HOOD) Why are you walking so fast? Take a look around the
wood. Itís so beautiful. (PAUSE) Listen to the bird sing. (POINTING) And look at all
the pretty flowers.
L.R.R.H: Hmm, you are right. Grandmother would be happy if I brought her some flowers.
Besides, it is still early. Thanks Mr. Wolf.
WILF: (SMILING) No problem child. Bye and have fun!
(RED RIDING HOOD RAN INTO THE WOOD AND PICKED FLOWERS WHILE WOLF MADE HIS WAY TO GRANDMOTHERíS HOUSE.)
GRANDM: (SURPRISED) Whoís there?
WOLF: (SQUEAKING) iii itís me, Little Red Riding Hood. I brought you something to eat.
Open the door.
GRANDM: Come in, the door is open. I am too weak to get up!
WOLF: (WHISPERING) Ha-ha, one nice meal.
(WOLF RAN INSIDE, UP TO GRANDMOTHERíS ROOM AND GOBBLED HER UP, PUT ON HER NIGHT GOWN, NIGHTCAP AND JUMPED INTO BED WAITING FOR LITTLE RIDING HOOD LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD REALIZED SHE HAD TO BE AT GRANDMOTHERíS HOUSE STOPPED PICKING AND TROT TO GRANDMOTHERíS HOUSE)
L.R.R.H: (SURPRISED TO SEE THE DOOR OPEN) Hmm, the door is wide open. (LOOKING AROUND)
Grandma! Itís me Little Red. Are you here? (PAUSE) She must be in her room.
(SHE WALK TO GRANDMOTHERíS BEDROOM, AND PAUSE, WALK TO THE PHONE)
L.R.R.H: Oh, I have to call mom. (DIALING) Hi mom, I am at grandmaís house.
MOTHER: Howís grandma?
L.R.R.H: I donít know. I just got here. I think she is in her room sleeping.
MOTHER: All right dear. Go see your grandmother. Call me if you need help.
L.R.R.H: Ok mom, bye.
(L.R.R.H. HANG UP THE PHON AND WENT TO GRANDMOTHERíS ROOM)
L.R.RH: Oh, grandma, what big ears you have. You didnít have this big ears before.
WOLF: Well, Iím old now, my dear. I need them to hear you better.
L.R.R.H: But grandma, you have big scary eyes.
WOLF: My vision is getting bad, I need to see you better.
L.R.RH: But grandma, what big hand you have?
WOLF: These big arms are better to hug you with.
L.R.R.H: Ooh, grandma, what big ugly teeth you have?
WOLF: Well sweaty, these teeth are better to eat you with.
(WOLF SPRANG OUT OF BED AND SWALLOWED LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD, WENT BACK TO BED AND FELL ASLEEP. WOODCUTTER CAME BY GRANDMOTHERíS HOUSE.)
WOODC: (LOOK CURIOUS) Hmm, thatís unusual. The doorís wide open. Iíd better check on
the old woman. I hope sheís all right. (WENT INSIDE) Ah ha, Iíve got you at last,
you old rascal! (WALK TOWARD THE BED ABOUT TO PUNCH WOLF AND
STOP) Wait a minute. This old rascal has eaten the old woman. I have to do
something. ( LOOKING AROUND THINKING WHAT TO DO) Oh yeah, Iíll 911.
(WOODCUTTER WENT TO THE PHONE AND CALL 911)
WOODC: (DIALING) Hello, I need some help. I think this wolf ate the old lady.
911: Ok sir, calm down and listen carefully. I want you to pick the wolf up and do hymick
WOODC: Ok. (PICKING THE WOLF UP AND DO HYMICK MANEUVER)
(AT THE COUNT OF THREE, WOLF REGURGITATE THE OLD LADY AND L.R.R.H WOLF LYING ON THE FLOOR STILL FEELING SICKÖ)
WOODC: (WENT TO PHONE) Hello, the old lady and her granddaughter is out from wolfís
911: Good job, sir. Thanks
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