Plays from African Tales: One-act, Royalty-free Dramatizations for Young People, from Stories and Folktales of Africa
The rich folklore of Africa is brought to life in the superb collection of royalty-free, one-act plays that dramatize the variety of cultures and traditions of that vast continent. The excitement, charm, and humor of authentic stories that have been passed down through generations will delight young audiences, and actors will relish the challenge of portraying the colorful characters, human and animal.
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1st Soldier 1st Storyteller 2nd Storyteller Abunuwas Acacia Tree ad lib African Ament Anansi ancient Egypt animals Anpu Antelope arms audience backdrop Bata Bowing Bush Spirits Bussa cardboard chickens clever cloth cooking pot creature Crocodile crosses curtain closes Curtain opens cut-outs dancing Dassie Drinn Eland Elephant enters left enters right Exits left Exits right fierce creature Fire Follow-Anything forest Gestures Grandmother Haji Hare Hare's head Hear-It-All Hippopotamus honey hops Hyena Ijapa Kagwa Khnum King kola nuts Kwammanga Laughing leaps Leopard Lion Listen look Lotus Mantis Mat Maker Mongoose Monkey Mubi Mugassa Mukata Nambi Nodding Nyame offstage Old Chief palm tree pantomimes Pharaoh Princess pulled Ras Waka re-enters Rise river rock Scene Shango shoes Shouting sits snoring spear Spiderman stool story Sun Girl tail talking drum Tall-Tale tell Three Storytellers Tonva Villagers Vulture Warrior water hole Waterhole wears the necklace wife yams Yanrinbo