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Goldilocks And The Three Bears

    by Richard Hills



Pantomime: 'Goldilocks And The Three Bears'

Synopsis

The King, the Queen and their Princess daughter are cruelly turned into three bears by the Witch of Evil Wood. 

It’s highly likely they’ll need a Prince to put everything right again, but is the Prince of Happy Land up to the job? Let’s hope so or the happy porridge-filled ending that we've come to expect, might be in some jeopardy.

There is plenty of comedy in this panto with Dame Mother Hubbard, Baron Not-A-Lot, and his two stooges, Grabbit and Nabbit.


Characters

9m, 6f, 4m/f   (plus Chorus & Dancers)

Principals (8m, 5f)

  • King : the King of Beardonia
  • Queen : the Queen of Beardonia
  • Prince : the Prince of Happy-Land, the Principal Boy
  • Goldilocks : the Principal Girl
  • Princess Paula : the Second Principal Girl
  • Baron Not-A-Lot : a friend of the King
  • Simple Simon : Herald to the King
  • Grabbit & Nabbit : two incompetent assistants to the Baron (2 x m/f)
  • Mother Hubbard : the Dame
  • Fairy Light : the good fairy
  • Martin & Mandy : two mice (1m, 1f)

Support (1m, 1f, 4m/f)

  • Fido : the Dame's dog, non-speaking (m/f)
  • Maria : the Witch of Evil Wood
  • Wolf (m/f)
  • Squirrel - a woodland animal (m/f)
  • Owl - a woodland animal (m/f)
  • Foxy Fox - a woodland animal (m/f)

Together with a Chorus and Senior Dancers as villagers of Beardonia, and Junior Dancers as school children and woodland animals (three of which have a few lines each). A ‘creature’ (non-speaking) is played by a member of the Chorus.