Royal Blood Cannot Be Mixed – Traditional African Plays

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ROYAL BLOOD CANNOT BE MIXED – TRADITIONAL AFRICAN PLAYS

During the mid-sixteenth century, the king, his daughter, his brother and some civil servants admire the work of a young artist in the kingdom of Kongo. The artist has sculpted a stunning likeness of the princess’s face. The king is so pleased with the artist’s work that he promises to give him anything he would like in return. The artist, in love with the king’s daughter, asks to marry the princess. Will the king honour the artist’s request?

Read about playwright John Tshiama Nambombe.

Author: John Tshiama Nambombe

Genre: Traditional African Plays

Type: Three act plays

Cast: Minimum of ten 8M 2F with at least ten smaller parts.

Ages of the actors: Young adult to old age. 2 teen small parts.

Suitable for: All ages

Length: Two hours

Set: The palace, the artist’s studio, the forest

Level of difficulty: 8/10 full scale production with traditional dancing.

Read a Sample of the Script




Cost is $5 for this new digital play script

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©August 2014 John Tshiama Nambombe and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other Traditional Epic plays

A House Divided – civil war play in four acts
Return to Vardia – three act adventure play for a large cast
The Faun – fictional play about Michelangelo as a boy

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