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THE PRINCESS AND THE PEA

CHARACTERS: PRINCESS, QUEEN, PRINCE Setting: At the Palace

ACT 1 – IN THE LIVING ROOM

QUEEN: Why are you sad, my dear son?.

PRINCE: I’m not happy mother. I want to get married but I haven’t found a real princess. I’ve traveled troughout the world, visited hundreds of palaces, and I haven’t been able to find her.

QUEEN: I know. There are too many charming, beautiful, and intelligent women, but they are not real princesses.

PRINCE: I’ll keep looking, and I know that someday I will find her.

QUEEN: Meanwhile (тем временем), you must stay here at the palace. It will be a harsh (суровая) winter, and tonight the weather is terrible.

PRINCE: I hope the storm doesn’t do a lot of damage, and I’m praying (молюсь) that my people stay at home. The wind is howling [ˈhaʊlɪŋ] (воет), he thunder is rumbling overhead (гром грохочет над головой), and lightning is tearing the sky apart.

(The Princess knocks at the door)

QUEEN: Who could it be at this hour?.

PRINCE: I don’t know, but whoever it may be must be completely soaked (промокший).

(The Prince opens the door)

PRINCE: Who are you?. What are you doing in the middle of the storm?.

PRINCESS: I am a princess. Please help me. My clothes and my hair are all wet!.

PRINCE: Come in, please.

PRINCESS: You have to believe me. I am a princess!.

QUEEN: We believe you, dear.

PRINCE: I didn’t see your carriage. How did you get here?.

PRINCESS: It’s a long story, but I’d rather not talk about it right now.

QUEEN: You need to rest and change your clothes. Please, get near the chimney to warm up, and in a few minutes one of our maidens will take you to your room.

PRINCESS: Thanks, I really appreciate what you’re doing for me.

(The Princess gets near the chimney, while the Queen approaches the Prince)

QUEEN: She says she’s a princess, and there’s only one way to find out if she’s telling us the truth.

PRINCE: How?. She’s so beautiful that I think I’m in love with her!.

QUEEN: You’ll see. (rings a small bell. The Maiden enters the stage and approaches her) I want you to go to our guest room and place a pea on the bed. Then, go to every bedroom in the palace and gather twenty mattresses [ˈmætrɪs] and place them over the pea.

DONCELLA: Yes, your majesty [jɔː ˈmæʤɪstɪ] . (leaves the stage)

PRINCE: Why are you doing this?.

QUEEN: Princesses are very sensitive. If she’s a real princess, she won’t be able to sleep well as she will feel the pea right through the twenty mattresses.

(The Princess approaches them)

QUEEN: Your bed is ready, and I’m sure you will have a good night’s sleep. My maiden will take you to your room. (Rings a small bell. The Maiden enters the stage and approaches her)

DONCELLA: Yes, your majesty.

QUEEN: Take the princess to her room.

DONCELLA: (to the Princess) Please, follow me.

QUEEN: (to the Princess) Rest well, my dear. We’ll see you in the morning in the dining room.

PRINCESS: Thank you, good night.

PRINCE: Have pleasant [pleznt] dreams.

(The Maiden and the Princess leave the stage)

QUEEN: It’s been a long day, let’s go to bed. Tomorrow we will know the truth.

(The Queen and the Prince leave the stage)

ACT 2 – IN THE DINING ROOM

(The Queen and the Prince are having breakfast. The Princess enters)

PRINCESS: Good morning (looks at the food). Everything looks so delicious and I’m so hungry!.

PRINCE: (stands) Good morning. Please join us for breakfast.

(The Princess and the Prince sit)

QUEEN: How did you sleep dear?.

PRINCESS: Oh, very badly!. I couldn’t closed my eyes all night.

QUEEN: Oh, I’m sorry to hear that.

PRINCESS: Heaven only knows what was under all those mattresses.

PRINCE: But that’s imposible!. We gave you the best bed in the palace.

PRINCESS: Well, I felt I was lying over a stone, and now all my body hurts. I feel terrible!.

PRINCE: (stands) Then you are a real princess!. Nobody but a real princess could be as sensitive and delicate as that.

PRINCE: Now I know you are the woman I’ve looking for. Since the moment I saw you my heart told me you were my princess and the love of my life. (Takes the Princess hand) Will you marry me?. (The Princess stands)

(The Prince and the Princess kiss)

Сценка «Как Петров учит английский язык».

Столичный учебный центр
г. Москва

«НЕДЕЛЯ АНГЛИЙСКОГО ЯЗЫКА».

НЕДЕЛЯ АНГЛИЙСКОГО ЯЗЫКА

Цели: 1) Формирование интереса к английскому языку, показать ученикам отрицательные

стороны безответственного отношения к учёбе;

2) развивать артистичные способности детей, правильное произношение звуков на

3) Воспитывать коммуникативные навыки учащихся.

Ведущий: Здравствуйте, дорогие ребята! Здравствуйте, дорогие учителя! Я рада вас приветствовать на неделе английского языка! В этом году неделя английского языка проводится в марте. В связи с этим, ученики 4-х классов покажут нам интересные сценки, расскажут нам стихи на английском языке, потанцуют красивый английский танец.

Встречайте! Вершняк Алексей – 4-ж класс! Стихотворение “ A true friend ”.

Вершняк Алексей – 4-ж класс! Стихотворение “ A true friend”.

Our hands have met, but not our hearts;

Our hands will never meet again.

Friends, if we have ever been,

Friends, we cannot now remain;

2. I only know I loved you once,

I only know I loved in vain.

Our hands have met, but not our hearts,

Our hands will never meet again.

Ведущий: А сейчас ученики 4-а класса покажут нам, как Петров учит английский язык.

Сценка «Как Петров учит английский язык».

Класс. Ученики сидят за партами.

Учитель: Проверила вашу контрольную работу по английскому языку. Иванова – «отлично». (Иванова улыбается.) Сидорова – «хорошо». (Сидорова недовольно склоняет голову.) Петров – «неуд».

Петров (хватаясь за голову руками) : Ну всё, домой не пойду. Меня родители убьют!

Учитель: Что ж, Петров, чтоб родители тебя не убили, я приду к вам вечером домой. Заодно и проверю, как ты новые слова по английскому учишь.

Петров ( медленно сползает под парту) : У-у-у…

Квартира Петровых. Бабушка хлопочет на кухне. Входит Петров; опустив голову, направляется к Бабушке.

Бабушка (ласково) : Мой любименький внучок пришёл. Проголодался, маленький… (Ставит на стол тарелку с пирожками.) Ну, что ты своей бабуле из школы принёс? Пятёрочку получил, моя умница? (Гладит внука по голове.)

Петров (хватается за живот, корчится, изображая боль) : Ой-ой-ой! Плохо мне! Воздуха не хватает!

Бабушка (всплеснув руками) : Ой-ой-ой!Плохо рыбоньке! Воздуха не хватает зайчику! (Машет фартуком перед лицом.) Иди погуляй, проветрись немного. (Даёт внуку пирожок.) Возьми, скушай пирожок.

Петров выпрямляется, смотрит грозно на бабушку, оперев обе руки в бока.

Петров (приказным тоном) : А ты чтоб английский к вечеру выучила!

Петров уходит, уплетая за обе щеки пирожок.

Бабушка (вслед) : Хорошо, заинька! Хорошо, маленький!

Бабушка берёт учебник, ходит по кухне и бубнит какие-то английские слова.

Квартира Петровых. Петров возвращается с прогулки.

Петров (Бабушке) : Ну как, бабуля, английский выучила?

Бабушка (неуверенно) : Кажется, выучила…

Раздаётся звонок в дверь.

Петров: Марь Ивановна пришла. Прячься под стол!

Бабушка забирается под стол, но так, чтоб её видели зрители. В комнату входит Учитель.

Учитель (оглядывая Петрова) : Что, Петров, живой?

Петров (тихо) : Живой…

Учитель: Английский выучил?

Учитель: Хорошо. Скажи по-английски «стол».

Петров (чешет затылок, изображает задумчивость) : Стол по-английски будет…

Бабушка (подсказывает громко, чтобы зрителям было слышно) : Э тэйбл.

Петров (уверенно) : Э тэйбл.

Учитель: Правильно! А как по-английски будет «мышь»?

Петров (снова чешет затылок, изображает задумчивость) : Мышь по-английски будет…

Учитель: Молодец, Петров! А как по-английски будет «кошка»?

Петров (в очередной раз чешет затылок ) : Кошка по-английски будет… кошка… будет…

Бабушка (испуганно) : Ой, склероз проклятый! То ли «кит», то ли «кэт»…

Петров (громко и уверенно) : Кошка по-английски будет «кити-кэт».

Пауза. Артисты кланяются и уходят за кулисы.

Ведущий: Теперь я вам загадаю загадки, а вы их отгадаете. Когда я остановлюсь, вы скажете слово по-английски.

В зоопарке рассмешить

Всех сумеют обезьянки,

Постарайтесь не забыть:

Хоть ты в Африке и не был,

Всё равно полезно знать,

Что верблюда словом “… ”

По-английски нужно звать.

Ковыляет утка так,

Словно тянет тяжкий груз.

Ну а гусь, и вовсе –… .

Довелось однажды мне

Покататься на слоне.

У слона спина сильна,

(В зоопарке рассмешить

Всех сумеют обезьянки,

Постарайтесь не забыть:

Обезьянка, значит monkey .

Хоть ты в Африке и не был,

Всё равно полезно знать,

Что верблюда словом “ camel

По-английски нужно звать.

Ковыляет утка так,

Словно тянет тяжкий груз.

По-английски утка – duck ,

Ну а гусь, и вовсе – goose .

Довелось однажды мне

Покататься на слоне.

У слона спина сильна,

Ведущий: А сейчас – шуточные сценки. Встречайте – 4-е класс!

Как купаться по-английски? – спрашивает учительница.

Купаться? Обыкновенно, как и по-русски. Раздеваешься, а потом лезешь в воду и купаешься.

Не понимаю, зачем мне нужно учить английский?

Но ведь полмира говорят на английском языке!

Так неужели этого мало?

Как по-английски «вытирать пыль»?

На уроке английского языка учительница предложила Юрию:

Скажи мне по-английски, что ты сегодня хорошо пообедал.

Юрий не знал, как ответить, и сказал:

— А я сегодня ещё не обедал.

Ведущий: Ученик 4-ж класса Герасимов Дмитрий расскажет стихотворение « Jumping high ».

Герасимов Дмитрий « Jumping high».

1. I measure from top of my head to my toes,

I measure my arms starting here by the nose.

I measure my legs and I measure me all,

I measure to see if I am growing tall.

2. Jumping this way, jumping that,

Jumping gently like a cat,

Jumping sideways, jumping tall,

Jumping high, like a bouncing ball.

Ведущий: Теперь девочки из 4-а класса будут танцевать «Английский танец»!

Ведущий: На этом наше праздничное выступление подошло к концу. Спасибо всем за внимание. До свидания, ребята! До новых встреч!

Сценарии сказок

Reader’s Theater Scripts and Plays

There are more than 400 scripts. Please take a look at Page 2 and Page 3

The narrator is not included in the number of characters in each playscript.

1. Cinderella. 7 characters. Author: Brothers Grimm.

2. The Spirit Inside The Bottle. 3 characters. Author: Brothers Grimm.

3. The Mice Wedding. 10 characters ( animal characters: Mice)

4. The Chair. 3 characters. Author: Unknown. Moral Value: Faith in God .

5. The Good Man and His Son. 6 characters. Author: Aesop Fable. Moral Value: We can not always do what people want us to do. We can´t please everybody because there will always be someone who will not agree with us. Don´t listen to other people’s gossip.

8. The Mousetrap. 7 characters – animal characters: Mouse, Chicken, Lamb, Cow

9. The Tree and the Woodcutter. 8 characters – (animal characters: Rabbit, Bird, Dove). Moral Value: Respect for Nature

10 . The Wolf and the Little Goats4 characters – (animal characters: Wolf, Goats)

11. The Princess and The Frog /The Golden Ball. 4 characters (animal characters: Frog). Author: Jacob and Whilhelm Grimm

12. The Blind Men and the Elephant. 8 characters – (animal characters: Elephants)

13. A Crazy Story. 8 characters – (animal characters: wolf, pigs)

17. Little Red Riding Hood. 3 characters (animal characters: wolf). Author: Brothers Grimm.

18. Goldilocks and the Three Bears. 4 characters — (animal characters: Bears) Folktale

19. Mr. Cat´s Party . 9 characters – (animal characters : Squirrel, Bear, Turtle , Rabbit, Crow, Deer, Moose,Cat)

20. The Puzzle. 6 characters

22. Los Tres Cochinitos Contra el Virus A-H1N1. 27 y mas personajes. Author: K I D S I N C O

23. The Stork and The Fox. 2 characters. Author: Aesop Fable. Moral: One bad turn deserves another.

26. Cinderella. 9 characters. Author: Jacob and Whilhelm Grimm

28. A Man, His Horse, and His Dog. 3 characters. Author: A Folktale from Egypt.

29. Mary, The Hen. 9 characters. Author: An Old English Folktale.

30. The Gingerbread Boy. 8 characters . Author: Unknown

31. Jack and the Beanstalk. 4 characters. Author: English Fairy Tale – Unknown.

32. It’s My Looks! 2 characters. Author: K I D S I N C O

33. The Tale of Petter Rabbit. 7 characters – (animal characters: Rabbits)

34.Chicken Little. 6 characters – (animal characters: Chicken, Hen, Duck, Goose,Turkey, Fox) Author: African

36. The Ugly Duckling. 17 characters . ( animal characters: Ducks, Pig, Cow, Goat, Birds, Geese, Hen, Swans). Moral Value: Tolerance . : Hans Christian Andersen

38. The Emperor´s New Clothes. 10 characters or more. Author: Hans Christian Andersen

39. The Nightingale.5 characters. Author: Hans Christian Andersen

43. The Princess and the Pea. 4 characters. Author: Hans Christian Andersen

44. Rapunzel. 5 characters. Author: Jacob and Whilhelm Grimm

45. Medusa and Athena. 7 characters. Author: Greek Myth

46. The Old Witch. 3 characters. Author: Brothers Grimm

47. Mother Hulda. 6 characters. Author: Jacob and Whilhelm Grimm

48. The Three Little Pigs. 6 characters – (animal characters: Pigs, Wolf). English Fairy Tale by Joseph Jacobs. Moral: When you do a job, do it good. Moral Value: Patience, Hard Work, Perseverance.

50. Brother and Sister. 7 characters. Author: Jacob and Whilhelm Grimm

51. The Wolf and the Seven Kids. 9 characters (animal characters: Wolf, Goats). Author:Jacob and Whilhelm Grimm

52. The Three Billy Goats Gruff. 4 characters (animal characters: Goats)

53. The Fisherman and His Wife. 3 characters. (animal characters: Fish) Author: Jacob and Whilhelm Grimm

54. The Lion and the Mouse. 4 characters . (animal characters: Lion, Mouse)

55. The Hare and the Tortoise . 3 characters – (animal characters: Hare, Tortoise, Fox)

56. Brementon Musicians. 6 characters . – (animal characters: Donkey, Dog, Cat, Rooster). Author:Jacob and Whilhelm Grimm

57. Twenty Five Rubies. 4 characters. Moral Value: Integrity

58. The Black Plate. 4 characters. Moral Value: Honesty

59. The Gift of Pearls. 5 characters. Moral Value: Humility

60. The Fox and The Goat. 2 characters , (animal characters: Fox, Goat)

61. The Elephant and The Dog. 6 characters. (animal characters: Dog, Elephant) Author: Jakata Tale

62. The Stone Soup. 10 characters. Author: Grimm Brothers. Moral Value : Cooperation

64. The Power of Rumour. 7 characters (animal characters: Hare, Lion, Parrot, Monkeys, Tigers, Elephants) Moral: Check a rumour before acting on it.

66. Puss and Boots. 12 characters. (animal characters: Cat) . Author: Jacob and Whilhelm Grimm

67. The Golden Swan. 4 characters. (animal characters: Swan)

68. The Rabbit and the Coyote. 2 characters . (animal characters: Rabbit, Coyote)

69. The Fox and the Wolf. 5 or more characters . (animal characters: Fox, Wolf)

70. Independencia de Mexico. 6 characters or more. Author: Marco Antonio Fernandez

71. One Good Turn Deserves Another: 2 or more characters . (animal characters: Squirrel,Worms)

73. Ernest´s Party. 3 or more characters. (animal characters: Elephant, Monkeys)

74.Why the Bear’s Tail is Short. 4 characters. (animal characters: Fox, Bear)

75. How Jack Went to Seek His Fortune. 6 characters. (animal characters; Cat, Dog, Goat, Bull, Rooster)

76. The Swineherd. 7 or more characters. Author: Hans Christian Andersen

78. Tikki Tikki Tembo. 5 characters. Author: Chinese Folktale

79. The Story of Stone Soup. 11 characters or more. Author: Brothers Grimm

80. Grateful Prince. 9 or more characters (animals characters: Horse, Cow)

81. King Midas. 3 characters. Author: Greek Myth

83. Camila and Her Brothers. 11 characters. Author: Jacob and Whilhelm Grimm

84. The Quails. (animal characters: Quails)

85. The Little Tree. (animal characters: Goat)

86. Snow White. 14 characters. Author: Jacob and Whilhelm Grimm

87. The Haunted House. 15 characters. By Miss Xochitl

89. The Hill On Fire. 14 characters. Author: Celtic Fairy Tale

90. Thanksgiving Day. 17 characters. Author: K I D S I N C O

91. The Wizard of Oz. 12 characters. (animal characters: Lion). Author: L. Frank Baum.

92. La Revolucion Mexicana. 5 and MORE characters. Author: Marco Antonio Fernandez Diaz.

93. Beauty, The Bull. 3 characters. (animal characters: Bull) Moral Value: Respect. A Folkktale from Bhutan.

94. A Fable. 12 characters. (animal characters: Cat, Fox, Squirrel, Bear, Cow, Donkey, Elephant, Tiger, Lion, Leopard, Camel). By Mark Twain

95. The Fisherman. 7 or more characters. Moral Value: Gratitude. Albanian Folktale

96. A Christmas Carol. 16 characters. By Charles Dickens

97. The Nativity. 16 or more characters. Author: K I D S I N C O

98. Babushka. Characters 17 or more. A Folktale from Russia. A Christmas script with the Three Wise Man.

99. The Little Match Girl. 9 characters. By Hans Christian Andersen. A Christmas or New Year Playscript.

100. The Fairy´s New Year Gift. 3 characters. By Emilie Poulsso.

101. The Selfish Giant. 17 Characters. Author: Oscar Wilde

102. The Three Magic Gifts. 6 characters. A European Folktale

103. Pandora´s Box. 11 characters. Author:Greek Myth

104. Theseus and the Minotaur. 6 characters. Author: Greek Myth

105. The Little Mermaid. 11 characters – (animal characters: Shrimp, Fish)

106. The Drying Tree. 2 characters (animal characters: Squirrel) – Moral Value: Respect for nature, Gratitude

107. The Sad Squirrel. 5 characters (animal characters: Squirrel) — Moral Value: Respect for others and nature, Gratitude

108. Pinocchio. 9 characters – animal characters: fox, cat. Author: Carlo Collody. Moral Value: Truthfulness

109. The Little Red Hen. 5 characters – animal characters: red hen, pig, cat, dog, turkey. Moral Value:Hard work.

110. The Guest of Honor. 3 characters. Moral Value: Respect, Tolerance. Author: Turkish Folktale

111. The Old Man and His Grandson. 4 characters. Moral Value: Respect. Author: Brothers Grimm

112. The Greedy Sister. 4 characters. Moral Value: Love, Generosity. Author: Folktale from Spain

113. Truth and Lie. 4 characters. Moral Value: Do what is right. Author: Greek Folktale.

114. Aladdin. 8 characters. Author: Middle Eastern Folktale.

115. The Promise. 10 characters. Author: French Short Story. Moral Value: Loyalty

116.Jesus Trial. 10 and more characters. Author: K I D S I N C O. Moral Value: Humility. An Easter playscript.

117. The Prince and the Pauper. 6 and more characters. Author: Mark Twain. Moral Value. Kindness

118. Hansel and Gretel. 5 characters. Author: Grimm Brothers. Moral Value: Autonomy

119. King Arthur and the Witch. 10 characters. Author: Popular Folktale. Moral Value: Friendship, Loyalty

120. El Hombrecito de Pan de Jengibre. 8 personajes (Personajes de animales: vaca, cerdo, caballo, perro, zorro). Cuento Popular.

121. The Secret Room. 8 and more characters. Author: Bulgarian Folktale. Moral Value: Experience, Love, Wisdom.

122. The Chicken of the Golden Eggs. 7 characters. Author: AESOP Fable .

123. Los Tres Cochinitos. 8 personajes. Autor Desconocido

124. Echo and Narcissus. 5 characters. Author: Greek Mytholocy.

125. God´s Cell Phone. 3 characters. Author: K I D S I N C O. Moral Value: Love

126. Tin Soldier. 13 characters. Author: Hans Christian Andersen

127. Mount Semsi. 15 characters. Author: Brothers Grimm.

128. The Honest Woodcutter. 3 characters. Author: Jean de La Fontaine

129. Sleeping Beauty. 15 and more characters. Author: Brothers Grimm

130. Snow White. 11 characters. Author: Brothers Grimm

131. The Pied Piper of Hamelin. 24 and more characters (crowd, soldiers, children). Moral Value: Keep a Promise. Anti-Values: Betrayal and Greedy. Author: Brothers Grimm

132. The Just Judge. 6 characters. Author: Leo Tolstoi

133. Fortune and the Greedy Man. 2 characters. Author: Popular Folktale. Moral: If you are too greedy you end up with nothing.

134. I Want My Mother Back. 6 characters. A playscript for Mother’s Day.

135. Rabotity. 14 characters. Folktale from Madagascar. Moral: We are all strong. But there is always someone stronger than us. It is better to respect everybody.

136. The King and the Wise Man. 5 characters. Author: Unknown. Moral: It is not WHAT you say, but HOW you say it that counts.

3 characters. Popular Folktale.

138. Fearless John. 10 characters. By Brothers Grimm.

139. The King`s Ring. 4 characters and more (king soldiers, enemy soldiers, crowd). Author: Budhist Short Story.

140. Sinbad. 3 characters. Traditional Arabic Story.

141. Scrooge – Un Cuento de Navidad. 16 personajes. Por Charles Dickens.

142. The Little Bunnies Go Shopping. 4 characters. By K I D S I N C O. An Easter Playscript.

143. Rumpelstilskin. 4 characters. By Brothers Grimm.

144. Tom Thumb. 12 characters. By Brothers Grimm.

145. The Shoemaker and the Elves. 7 characters. By Brothers Grimm

146. Alice `s Adventures in Wonderland. 19 and more characters. By Lewis Carroll.

147. Empty Tomb. 4 characters. By Four Canonical Gospels.

148. Peter and The Wolf. The Boy Who Cried Wolf. 7 characters. Author: Aesop Fable. Moral: People will not trust liers, even if they say the truth. Script about lying.

149. The Three Little Pigs. 5 characters. By Joseph Jacobs. Moral: When you do a job, do it good. Moral Value: Patience, Hard Work, Perseverance.

150. Little Red Riding Hood. 5 characters. By Brothers Grimm.

151. The Goose Girl. 9 characters, By Brothers Grimm.

152. Half Blanket. 3 characters. Author: Old Irish Folktale. Moral: Treat Others as you Would Like to be Treated. Respect Others. A playscript for Father´s Day.

153. It Can Be Too Late. 6 and more characters. A playscript for Father´s Day.

154. Peter Pan. 9 and more characters. By J.M Barrie.

155. Beauty and The Beast. 5 characters. Popular European Folktale.

157. Snow White. Funny Script. 11 characters. Author: Brothers Grimm.

158. George Gets Swine Flu. 4 characters. Author: K I D S I N C O

159. Grandmother`s Memories. 2 characters. Author: K I D S I N CO

160. The Brave Taylor. 4 characters. Author: Brothers Grimm

161. Frau Trude. 4 characters. Author: Brothers Grimm. Moral Values: Obedience, Respect.

162. The Three Stones. 2 characters. Author: An Arabian Folktale. Moral Values: Faith, Hope, Charity.

163. Helen Keller. 5 characters. Author: K I D S I N C O

164. The Enchanted Palace. 3 characters + crowd. Author: A Folktale from India.

165. The Empty Box. 7 characters. Author: Unknown. Moral Value: Generosity

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