Playtales shows your young thespians how to prepare and act out these favorite traditional tales. Books feature:
-- simple introductions to the characters
-- suggestions for performing the play
-- step-by-step instructions for making costumes and props, and
-- easy-to-follow, color-coded play dialogue.
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Aluminum foil audience beard bowl bows bridge castle cats are clever chairs Clothes and Props Colored paper scraps cone COSTUME CHANGE Princess COSTUME CHANGE Puss-in crepe paper crown Cut around decorated boots drowning ears edge enough money Face Fancy Boots filled the sack fine boots fish fringe front gift grand vest head of Puss hide behind Hole I'll I'm going King should take King's coach Knot LIBRARIES licking his lips lion Marquis of Carabas Meow mouse noise nose Offstage Ogre appears Ogre Mask Ogre's old friend paint palace pants pencil person playing pieces playing the King pounce pretends to hand Princess Rose Princess's hat Props Wear Punch Puss-in-Boots rabbit ragged vest rain boots read the play Rehearse the play Ribbons Scissors scrap paper shiny decorated someone Stage direction stick Stiff paper Storyteller COSTUME CHANGE Storyteller Puss-in Storyteller puts Storyteller Tom string strips together strokes the head supper swim T-shirt tail take off Tape or glue thin cardboard Tom and Puss Tom can pretend Tom Puss-in Tom's tuck twirl wedding whispers woods