Saturday, June 11, 2016

Snow White Rose Red Part 9 Winter fairy tale play for kids

The Forgotten Grimm Brother Fairy Tale of The Ungrateful Dwarf (The Story of Snow White and Rose Red) By D. M. Larson


Come girls. Let us prepare ourselves for winter. The summer days are fading and leaves are changing. It’s time for the woods to rest.

(During following they get ready for winter by gathering wood for the fire and the animals run around getting ready too by preparing nests and places to hibernate)

How I will miss summer… and the butterflies… and the flowers… why can’t it be summer forever?

Winter is beautiful too in its own way. And we can snuggle by the fire and read books and drink hot chocolate. That’s my favorite time of the year.

I do love hot chocolate.

Summer turned fall and fall to winter. Animals prepared themselves with food and shelter. If they had no place to go or were not well enough to be on their own, then they stayed with the family who cared for them throughout the cold days and nights ahead, warming themselves by the fire and listening to stories from the books Mother read to them.

(They are reading books, sitting by the fire, drinking hot chocolate. NOTE - most of the play takes place outside in front of the cottage. This scene could be in front of a small fireplace set piece that shows they are inside or could continue to be done outside in front of the cottage if a set change is not possible and have the cottage show the interior upstage rather than the exterior)


(They hide behind MOTHER as bear enters)

I am hungry and cold. I have not been able to find any food because the winter has taken away the berries and honey I usually feed on and I can't bring myself to eat another living creature.

What a kind and gentle bear.


I have been told of your goodness and willingness to help the poor creatures of this forest. I grow poorer for every flake of snow that falls.



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