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THE FROG PRINCEAdd To Shopping Cart
By: Kristyn Leigh  RobinsonAdd to Wish List
Script: $5.25
eScript (Internet Download Perusal Script): $5.25
Notebook Script: $12.75
   (8.5 x 11 3-ring binder with large margins for notes)
First Performance Royalty: $35.00
Each Additional Performance: $35.00
Types: One Act Play, Youth Play, Adapted from Literature
Genre: Fantasy
Running Time: 35 minutes
Speaking Cast: 7 females, 3 males, 1 either, 11 total cast
Flexibility: gender flexible
ISBN: 978-1-60003-414-5
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Synopsis
In this fresh adaptation of the classic fairy tale, Princess Sofie encounters a frog at a well and strikes a bargain with him. When Sofie breaks her bargain, however, the frog (who is really a prince under a spell) decides to go to her father's castle to confront her. His mission is complicated, however, by the appearance of the wolf from Little Red Riding Hood. Tired of being cast as the villain, the Wolf decides to hijack this story in order to re-create the reputation of fairy tale wolves everywhere. Can this odd assortment of characters find their "happily ever after"?

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