Saturday, June 11, 2016

Snow White Rose Red Part 6 The Bear child actor free stage play script for acting

PART 6
The Forgotten Grimm Brother Fairy Tale of The Ungrateful Dwarf (The Story of Snow White and Rose Red) By D. M. Larson
PART 6 SCENE - THE BEAR

(The ANGEL keeps watch and is startled by a bear)


ANGEL
Hold there, Bear. These girls are not your enemy.  This is home to the kindest of humanity.  They are special and unique in their goodness and will not be harmed.  I command it.


BEAR
I will obey.


ANGEL
I do not know you, Bear.  You are new to our forest.


BEAR
I am lost.


ANGEL
Perhaps I can help you find your way.


BEAR
I will find my own way.


ANGEL
Do not fear help from the angels.


BEAR
Are those girls angels?


ANGEL
Nearly, but no… they are human, but of gentle heart.  Innocent and loving. If you are ever require help, their mother will always lend a hand. She is the caretaker of these woods and never turns away a creature in need.


BEAR
I will remember this.  Farewell.


ANGEL

Be well, Bear. May you find your way.


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