Snow White and the Seven Ugly Sisters – Snow White Pantomime Script

snow white pantomime script

snow white pantomime script

SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN UGLY SISTERS – SNOW WHITE PANTOMIME SCRIPT

Once upon a time, there was a wicked queen with an evil sidekick of a magic mirror. She was also the most beautiful woman in the world. Unfortunately this didn’t bode well for anyone else who was well, even remotely good looking. When the Princess Snow White blossoms into beauty, and the mirror informs the queen that she is shortly (well next Tuesday to be exact) to move to second place, the queen decides that someone else needs to take drastic action, and she sends her huntsman to kill the princess and bring back her spleen. Since she doesn’t actually know what a spleen is, Snow White and the Huntsman fool the queen, and Snow White runs away into the deep forest.

There she meets the seven ugly sisters who kindly take her under their wing when they hear the queen’s evil plan. In the meantime, the mirror has informed the evil queen that actually, Snow white is still alive and kicking in the woods. The Queen decides to do her in with the aid of a magical nuclear cigar, delivered by Royal Mail.

The seven ugly sisters leave for work as air hostesses on Goldonian airways, leaving Snow White alone in the cottage with strict instructions not to accept any multicoloured apples from strange old women.
Snow white is interrupted by the arrival of the ever so sexy (but boy does he know it) Prince Valiant, who is Revolta’s (one of the ugly sisters) brother. He brings an invitation to his engagement party for his sister, Revolta.

Snow White is surprised to find that he not only has no idea who his bride to be actually is, but that she should count herself lucky to have him as a husband! He tries to flirt with her but fails horribly and leaves, but not before accepting a package from Royal Mail for her (The postman is the queen in disguise) containing two nuclear cigars. When the seven sisters arrive back from work, they’re all excited by the package, but when Snow White lights the cigar for Hideosa, it backfires, sending her into a magical sleep.

The girls summon Valiant who happily kisses Snow White and wakes her up. He in turn is amazed to find that she actually doesn’t want to marry him on the spot. They are interrupted by the arrival of the queen who has decided to kill Snow herself (properly this time.) The sisters save the day by lighting the other cigar and aiming it at the queen, sending her into a magical sleep. Snow White becomes the new queen of the magical kingdom and they all live happily ever after.

A fun non traditional pantomime filled with cleverly adapted  Show tunes and witty dialogue by best selling playwright Claire Demmer.  This pantomime would suit a typical drama group where the majority of the players are female – but the sisters can just as easily (and humorously be played by males.)

Notes: The author will allow workshopping of the script.  All of the songs can be substituted at the director’s discretion.  The nuclear cigars can be substituted for any other weapon of choice.

Read about playwright Claire Demmer. Other pantomimes (Wizard of Odd) by Claire Demmer.

Author: Claire Demmer

Genre: Snow White pantomime script, alternative pantomime Snow White

Type: Two-act musical show

Cast: 13 minimum.  2M, 3F, 8 N or either sex

Ages of the actors: Actors mixed ages

Suitable for: Suitable for children

Length: 70-80 minutes long

Set: Act one is set in the castle and the forest, act two in the sister’s cottage.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – a medium cast pantomime for a smaller venue

Read a Sample of the Script




Cost is $7.50 for this previously performed digital panto script

Contact Off The wall plays with any queries about Snow White and seven ugly sisters

Copyright © Claire Demmer and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this panto? Other pantomimes you may prefer:

Snow White and the Seven Dwarves -traditional British panto script
Trolls stole the North Pole – musical Christmas play
Sleeping Beauty – modern day pantomime script

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