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Mother Goose

    by Richard Hills



Synopsis

Another fun-filled pantomime from this popular author. Princess Isobel has been captured by the evil Ice Queen so that she will be made to marry her son, Prince Ivor.

But hero, Tom Piper will have something to say about that! Oh yes he will…! And he’s got Mother Goodheart on his side, to help (or hinder).


Characters

7m, 4f, 3m/f   (plus Chorus & Dancers)

  • Baron Hardup : Local Baron
  • Martha Piper : the Dame
  • Tom Piper : Principal Boy
  • Hoppet : Local Policeman (m/f)
  • Coppet : Local Policeman (m/f)
  • King Cole : Bankrupt King
  • Princess Isobel : Principal Girl
  • Bo-Peep : Out to get her man
  • Mother Goodheart : Fairy Godmother
  • Priscilla the Goose : Princess of Rainbow Land (m/f)
  • Prince Ivor : Clownish son of Ice Queen
  • Ice Queen : Overpowering and evil
  • Abominable Snowman : Prince Rupert of Rainbow Land
  • Ogre : Of the Magic Pool
Chorus and Dancers as villagers, soldiers, courtiers, woodland animals, snowflakes and people of the Ice Mountain.


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