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Snow Good – Snow white the pantomime

snow white the pantomime

SNOW GOOD – SNOW WHITE THE PANTOMIME

Snow Good a.k.a. Snow White The Pantomime carries a warning –  It is considered dangerous for wearers of spectacles  to attend as it’s so funny it will cause their spectacles to mist up from laughing so hard.  Spectacle cleaning cloths and extra tissues should, therefore, should be carried at every performance. Do not drive or use machinery until the spectacles have been demisted.

An hysterically funny retelling of the Snow White and the seven dwarfs fairy tale as rendered by the Goons, kicked around by Monty Python and crash landed by the Airplane I and II writers and built on this foundation a really twisted tale of jealousy, passion, sausages, stupidity and innocence brilliantly scripted by Keith Passmore.
Grandparents will role in the aisles, parents will go “ooo!” at the verbal and visual puns (of which there are many) and children will be enthralled and everyone will cheer at the end when Good, (“ooo!”) triumphs and the evil Queen is vanquished and later strangled by the Director for changing her lines, (off stage, of course.)

Read about playwright Keith Passmore. Other plays – The last time I saw Paris – parody on the whole Troy horse thing by Keith.

Author: Keith Passmore

Genre: Snow White the pantomime

Type: Two-act play

Cast: Cast of 31, as with pantos most roles can be played by either sex

Ages of the actors: Children up to adults

Suitable for: All ages to watch and perform

Length: Two hours

Set: Various – On stage are three large flats, one running L to R Upstage and the others running from slightly down both edges of this flat to DL and DR in order to create entrances and exits from UL and UR. There are three other exits namely, DL and DR.
The flats are either decorated with hooks or dressed in strips of Velcro to enable images to be affixed for certain scenes. The images to be affixed are mentioned at the beginning of each scene.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – remembering words and clear delivery of lines especially those with jokes.

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Cost is $5.50 for this new digital play script

Contact Off The Wall Plays with any queries about Snow Good

Copyright © July 2017 Keith Passmore and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other pantomimes for you to peruse and persue:

The Pied Piper of Hawaii – a.k.a trouble in the wild west – a pied piper panto
The Lost Treasure Map – a pantomime with pirates
Wotcha! Gotcha! Alice pantomime – steampunk style

Am I good? – one act comedy scripts

one act comedy scripts

AM I GOOD? – ONE ACT COMEDY SCRIPTS

In this one act comedy, Nora is anxiously preparing for a big date, when her next door neighbour, Mrs Henderson, arrives at the door with a family emergency and asks if she could leave her sixteen year old son, Brody with Nora for a short time. Nora says yes, of course, but what she doesn’t know is that while she was getting ready, the hem of her skirt had gotten caught in her waistband on the one side, exposing half of her bottom and her thong for Brody to see.

A lovely piece for three actors with great comic elements but also shows the development of the characters as the play progresses.

“Am I Good,” written by Jean Blasiar and directed by Sarah Albertson with a screamingly funny performance by the youthful Caber Russell as Brody and an innocently sexy performance by Ann McCormick as Nora Fisher. “

 To commemorate its 20th year of offering up the “8 Tens @ Eight” festival, a smorgasbord of 10-minute plays, the Actors’ Theatre this year is produced 16 playlets, one of which was ‘Am I good?’

Read more about playwright Jean Blasiar. Other plays by Jean Blasiar.

Author: Jean Blasiar

Genre: One act comedy scripts

Type: One act play

Cast: Three 2F 1M

Ages of the actors: One middle aged F (small part), one F in her twenties and one M aged 16

Length: Twenty minutes

Suitable for: PG 14

Set: An ordinary living room with flowers, candles, wine and a bottle opener.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – comic to more serious elements in this play for two main actors

Read a Sample of the Script




Cost is $6.50 for this digital script

Contact Off The Wall Plays with any queries about Am I good?

Copyright © July 2015 Jean Blasiar and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other one acts for small casts

Wilson – one act duologue
Rhetorical – one act couple drama
Chicken, airbags and wors – South African comedy scripts