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YOUNG SCARLETT HOOD
(and the Desperately Wicked WOLVES)
by ANDREW MANNERS
|Cast:||45 speaking parts (19m, 10f, 16 variable m/f) + crowd.|
|Suggested Age Range:||11 upwards.|
|Approx. Running Time:||90 minutes [ + interval ].|
|Music:||None prescribed. suitable taped music for disco scene.|
|Set:||"Fairy Tale" backdrop. Simple representations of: Charlie's Bar; a wall; the interior of Scarlett's house; a disco; a cellar.|
|Synopsis:||Whatever happened to Little Red Riding Hood when she became the teenage Young Scarlett Hood and how did her parents cope? These developments turn out to be remarkably recent but all can now be revealed!? While she and her best friend Cindy Rellar plan an all-night party, the W.O.L.V.E.S. gather in Charlie's Bar, bemoaning their repeated failures as gangsters, until the sophisticated Foxy Loxy convinces them that they can plan for a life of affluence by kidnapping Scarlett. Snow White, Jack (of beanstalk fame), Sultan (the genie of the bicycle lamp) and the Seven Little Kids all get wrapped up in the story and famous detective Ivor Clue is soon hot on the trail which is observed throughout by three tea-swilling road-workers, who eventually help solve this "mystery romp".?|
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by some who have already performed this show:-
|"This production was such fun to do. Everyone
A parent commented that they had enjoyed it throughout.
They had found it entertaining and up lifting, they phoned to Head to say so."
Caroline Farrell - Farlingaye High School, Woodbridge, Suffolk.
|Performance Rights:||Code Y|
|Licence to Copy||Code Y|
|Video Recording Licence:||Code H|
ISBN 978 1 902472 15 7