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Sleeping Beauty – A Play
Narrator 1: The people from a small town in France are outside the King’s summer castle. The King goes out onto the balcony.
King: We are very happy to tell you that we have a baby daughter. Her name is Aurora. Everyone is invited to a party, here at the castle, tomorrow.
Narrator 2: The King goes back into the castle. The Queen is singing to the baby.
King: The party tomorrow is going to be wonderful. All the people from the town are coming and, of course, we must invite the Flower Fairies.
Narrator 3: Everyone in the castle is very busy. The cooks are cooking delicious roast meats with vegetables and they are making delicious cakes, too.
Narrator 4: The cleaners are sweeping and dusting. The Queen’s friends are picking flowers in the garden and putting flowers in all the rooms.
King: Mmm…! The food smells delicious. And the castle is very pretty with all these flowers.
Narrator 1: Little Princess Aurora is sleeping happily. She doesn’t know there is going to be a party tomorrow.
Narrator 2: The next day the sun shines and all the men, women and children from the town come to the party. The children like the new baby and want to pick her up.
Queen: You can pick her up later, when she wakes up.
King: Yes. Come and sit down now. The food is ready and we’re all hungry!
Little Boy: Look! Look! Over there by the trees.
Narrator 3: Everyone turns and looks at the trees.
Little Girl: Oh! Are they …?
Queen: Yes, they are! They’re the Flower Fairies!
Flower Fairies: Hello. We’ve got some very special presents for Princess Aurora.
Fairy Daisy: She’s going to be beautiful.
Fairy Iris: She’s going to he happy.
Fairy Sunflower: She’s going to be healthy.
Fairy Poppy: And …
Fairy Weed: STOP!
Queen: Who’s this?
Flower Fairies: It’s Fairy Weed. She’s a bad Fairy! She must leave the party!
Fairy Weed: No, I’m not going to leave! I’ve got a present for Princess Aurora too! … When she’s sixteen she’s going to prick her finger on a spinning wheel and die!
Fairy Poppy: Wait! I’ve got to give Princess Aurora my present now. I can’t change Fairy Weed’s present – Princess Aurora is going to prick her finger on a spinning wheel when she’s sixteen. But she isn’t going to die! She’s going to sleep for a hundred years!
King: She isn’t going to prick her finger on a spinning wheel, or sleep for a hundred years,” says the King. “We must destroy all the spinning wheels in the town! Tomorrow, everyone must bring their spinning wheels to the town square. We’re going to destroy them all!
Narrator 4: The next day everyone takes their spinning wheels to the town square.
Narrator 1: There are big spinning wheels and small spinning wheels, new spinning wheels and old spinning wheels, and the King’s men destroy them all.
King: Thank you, everyone. Thank you for bringing your spinning wheels. I’m very sorry that you can’t make your clothes now. But I want to help you. I’m going to pay the people in Paris to make your clothes for you.”
People of the town: Hurray for the King. Hurray for our good kind King!
Narrator 2: Princess Aurora grows into a beautiful young woman.
Narrator 3: On her sixteenth birthday everyone in the castle is preparing for her birthday party.
Princess Aurora: Come on, Molly. Let’s go to the old tower. The door is always locked but today everyone’s busy. Perhaps it’s open.
Narrator 4: The door isn’t locked! Princess Aurora and Molly go up the stairs.
Narrator 1: In a room at the top there’s an old lady. She’s spinning cloth.
Princess Aurora: What’s that?
Old Lady: It’s a spinning wheel. Come and see.
Narrator 2: Princess Aurora touches the spinning wheel and pricks her finger!
Narrator 3: The Flower Fairies fly into the tower.
Fairy Daisy: Oh no! We’re too late! She’s asleep!
Fairy Sunflower: She can’t sleep alone for a hundred years.
Fairy Iris: No. Everyone in the castle must sleep for a hundred years.
Narrator 4: Molly falls asleep near the bed.
Narrator 1: The King and Queen fall asleep on their thrones.
Narrator 2: The Queen’s friends fall asleep picking flowers.
Narrator 3: The cleaners fall asleep sweeping and dusting.
Narrator 4: The cook falls asleep making a cake.
Narrator 1: The birds fall asleep in the trees.
Narrator 2: The cat falls asleep chasing a mouse.
Narrators 1, 2, 3 and 4: The castle is silent – everyone is asleep.
Narrators 1, 2, 3 and 4: Everyone sleeps for a hundred years.
Narrator 4: One day a Prince from Spain comes to the town. The people tell him about the sleeping Princess.
Prince: I’m going to the castle. I want to see the sleeping Princess.
Narrator 1: There are big trees around the castle and beautiful flowers are growing over the trees and the castle walls.
Narrator 2: The Prince goes to the old tower. He sees the sleeping Princess. He kisses her hand and she wakes up!
Princess Aurora: You’re the Prince of my dreams!
Prince: And you, Sleeping Beauty, are the Princess of my dreams.
Narrators 1, 2, 3 and 4: Everyone in the castle wakes up!
Narrator 3: The Queen’s friends start picking the flowers again, t
Narrator 4: The cook starts making the cake.
Narrator 1: The birds start singing.
Narrator 2: The cat starts chasing the mouse.
Narrator 3: The Flower Fairies fly into the castle.
Flower Fairies: Prince Carlos of Spain is here!
Narrator 4: Princess Aurora takes Prince Carlos to the King and Queen
Princess Aurora: Mummy and Daddy, this is Prince Carlos. He’s going to stay and come to my birthday party.
Queen: That’s wonderful!
King: Yes. We’re happy that you’re here. And thank you very much for waking us up!