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JACK AND THE BEANSTALKAdd to Cart
By: Chris StilesAdd to Wish List
JACK AND THE BEANSTALK
Script: $6.50
eScript Perusal: $6.50
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
Video Rights: $30.00
Artwork Image Download: $30.00
Personalized Poster: $2.50
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Type: One Act Play
Genres: Drama, Fairy Tales, Classics
Themes: Fairy Tale, Fear, Classic Adaptations
Running Time: 30 minutes
Speaking Cast: 12 either (12 total cast)
Flexibility: doubling possible, gender flexible
ISBN: 978-1-60003-407-7
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Synopsis
“Jack and the Beanstalk” is the familiar story of Jack, his mother, his cow Milky White and of course the beanstalk and the giant. Three narrators provide the framework and guide Jack through his adventures with the mysterious stranger, the magic beans, the beanstalk and of course the giant's castle at the top of the beanstalk. Jack finds the giant doesn't have a golden goose - he has a gaggle of golden geese! And the giant is actually the audience. That shouldn't be a problem, but a strike staged by the narrator's union might make it difficult to get through the story. Fortunately, Jack remembers what the first narrator tells him, that fairy tales always have a happy ending.
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