This hilarious script features a mash-up of fairy tale characters who must defeat a poison-apple peddling evil queen and her hapless sidekick. Tons of great characters for kids and teens to play, including NEW dwarves, ‘Pukey,’ and ‘Chatty’ and a sarcastic talking mirror.
With tons of disguises and mishaps, this story brings Snow White and Aladdin together to create a brand-new fairytale. This script has tons of fun and silly characters making a great option to help young actors create specific characters, memorize lines, or simply get used to handling a script.
Use this script along with a few other mixed-up fairy tale titles on Drama Notebook to produce a show that is easy for students to rehearse and perform, and fun for the audience to watch!
Excerpt from the play:
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Melissa, the Evil Queen
Amanda, the Evil Princess
Dwarf Genie – Bob
Settings: The Queen’s Castle, The Dwarf Cottage, and The Dungeon
NARRATOR: Once upon a time, in a story unlike any other, two fairytales came together to create a tale never told before today…
MELISSA: About an evil Queen named Melissa who asks–
AMANDA: –and an evil Princess named Amanda
MELISSA: What did I tell you about interrupting me?
MELISSA: (Clears her throat.) Ahem.
AMANDA: Sorry your most evil highness (Curtsies.)
NARRATOR: Can we get back to it?
MELISSA: Of course, as I was saying: About an evil Queen named Melissa who asks her mirror every day “Who is the fairest of them all”
MIRROR: Snow White.
SNOW WHITE: And Snow White still lives with a group of dwarves…
SNEEZY: Sneezy! (Sneezes.)
BASHFUL: Bashful.(Hides behind GRUMPY.)
NARRATOR: And two other dwarves who were never mentioned in the original story.
CHATTY: Which just doesn’t make sense, what’s wrong with me? What’s wrong with her? We’re amazing dwarves, the most amazing, I mean.
NARRATOR: I know Chatty, I know… just remember…you can’t talk ALL the time. Ok?
CHATTY: I know I know, but I just don’t understand why.
NARRATOR: I know…just…one second. Pukey, are you alright?
PUKEY: (Holds up one finger at the audience and almost vomits.) Oh, you know. Just feeling a little queasy.
NARRATOR: Anyway, as I was saying. This tale is unlike any you’ve ever heard before. I won’t ruin the surprises, so let’s get started. But remember, listen closely. As we begin our tale…