Ali Baba ve 40 Haramiler

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Ali Baba – A play



Scene 1


Narrator 1:          Ali Baba was a woodcutter. He was from Persia, in

the Middle East.


Narrator 2:          One day he was at work in the woods when he saw

forty men on forty black horses.


Narraror 3:          They stopped near a huge rock. They had forty big, heavy, brown sacks on their backs.


Narrator 4:  Ali Baba watched the men as they  got off their horses.


Narrator 1:  A tall man walked to the rock.


Tall man:  Open Sesame.


Narrator 2:          Ali Baba looked and looked again… Something

amazing happened… the rock opened!


Narrator 3:  Behind the rock was a cave.


Narrator 4:  The forty men went into the cave with their sacks.


Narrator 1:          Later, when the men came out of the cave, they didn’t have their sacks.


Tall man:  Close Sesame.


Narrator: 2:   The rock closed!


Narrator 3:  The forty men got on their horses and went away.


Narrator 4:  Ali  Baba went to the rock.


Ali Baba:  Open Sesame.


Narrator 1:          The rock opened… and inside the cave there were

hundreds of sacks and wooden boxes.


Narrator 2: Ali Baba opened a sack and… it was full of diamonds!


Narrator 3: He opened another sack and… it was full of gold coins!

Narrator 4:  He opened a box and… it was full of silver!

Narrator 1:          He opened another box and… it was full of beautiful jewels!

Ali Baba:  These forty men are thieves.  I’m going to take some of these coins home for my wife!


Narrator 2:          He put some gold coins into his bag and went out of

the cave.


Ali Baba:  Close Sesame.


Narrator 3:  The rock closed and he went home.


Scene 2


Narrator 4:  Ali Baba’s wife, Nasreen, was in the kitchen.


Narrator 1:          Ali Baba told her about the forty thieves and the treasure in the cave.


Nasreen:  This is wonderful news.  Can we take more money and buy a new house and new clothes?


Ali Baba:  Yes, but we mustn’t tell anyone. The forty thieves are very dangerous men.


Narrator 2:          Ali’s brother, Cassim, was outside the kitchen. He opened the door.


Cassim:     Tell me where the cave is! You must tell me or I’m going to go and look for it myself!


Ali Baba:  No! Don’t do that! Go into the woods. There’s a huge rock near the big baobab tree. The rock opens when you say ‘Open Sesame’ and closes when you say ‘Close Sesame’.


Scene 4


Narrator 3:  Cassim went to the rock.


Cassim:  Open Sesame.


Narrator 4:  He went into the cave and the rock closed.


Cassim:  This is amazing!  Gold, silver, beautiful jewels …


Narrator 1:          He had three big sacks with him and filled them with gold, silver and jewels.


Narrator 2:  He stood in front of the rock.


Cassim:  Open Wheat!


Narrator 3:  The rock didn’t open!


Cassim:  Open Corn!


Narrator 4:  The rock didn’t open.


Cassim:  Oh!  What is the right word?


Narrator 1:  Cassim was very angry.  He couldn’t remember the word!


Narrator 2:  He sat down to think but suddenly he heard horses.


Narrator 3:  The forty thieves were outside the cave.


The tall man:      Look a horse!  Someone’s in our cave!  He can’t have our treasure!  He must die!


Scene 5


Narrator 4:  The next morning Cassim’s wife, Zhila, went to Ali Baba.


Zhila:  Cassim didn’t come home last night!  Do you know where he is?


Narrator 1:  Ali told Zhila about the cave.


Zhila:         Please go to the cave!  The thieves are dangerous men.  They’ll kill him!


Scene 6


Narrator 2:  Ali went to the rock.  It was closed but he heard a noise.


Ali Baba:  Cassim, are you there.


Cassim:  Yes, yes … I’m here.  Help me.  I’m hurt!


Ali Baba:  Open Sesame.


Narrator 3:  The rock opened.  Cassim was on the floor.  He couldn’t walk!


Cassim:   The thieves said I must die but I didn’t die!


Ali Baba:  You didn’t die but you’re hurt.  Let’s go home now and the doctor can come to the house later tonight.


Scene 7


Narrator 4:  The next afternoon the thieves went back to the cave.


Tall man:  He isn’t here! We must find him. He was hurt! We must find the doctor who helped him!


Scene 8


Narrator 1:  The tall man found the doctor’s house. He was angry.


Tall man:  Where’s the man you helped yesterday? Where’s his



Doctor:  I don’t know.  It was dark and I couldn’t see the road or the houses.


Tall man:  Then take me to the house tonight when it’s dark.


Narrator 2:          The doctor took the tall man to Ali’s house later that night and the tall man painted a white cross on the door.


Tall man:  Now I know where Cassim and his family live. They must all die! And I’ve got a plan!


Scene 9


Narrator 3:          The tall man went to the market and bought thirty-nine big oil pots.


Tall Man:  Put the pots on your horses then hide inside them.  I’m going to Ali Baba’s house,  and you’ll be in the pots. We’ll kill them all tonight when they are asleep!


Scene 10


Narrator 4:  That evening he went to Ali Baba’s house.


Tall man:            Good evening. I’m an oil merchant from India and I’m very

Tired.  Have you got a room where I can  sleep and a place for my horses?


Ali Baba:             Of course! Welcome to my home.


Narrator 1:          Zhila was in the kitchen with Nasreen. ‘


Zhila:                   That man isn’t Indian; he’s Persian.  I don’t like him. Let’s go and look at the pots on his horses.


Narrator 2:          They went out of the house and into the garden.


Narrator 3:          There were lots of stars in the sky and everything was very quiet.


Narrator 4:          Suddenly they heard a man’s voice.


1st man’s voice:           When are we going to kill Cassim and Ali Baba and their wives?


2nd man’s voice:  When they’re asleep.


Narrator 1:          The women looked at the pots on the horses.


Narrator 2:          Thirty nine pots in the garden.  Thirty nine men in the pots and one man in the house … The Forty Theives!


Zhila:  Quickly!  Open the gate.


Narrator 3:          Nasreen opened the gate.


Narrator 4.          They shouted at the horses.


Zhila and Nasreen:  Shoo, shoo, go away!  Shoo, shoo, go away.


Narrator 1:  The horses ran out of the garden.


Narrator 2:  They ran, and they ran, and they ran.


Narrator 3:  They ran into the desert and never came back.


Narrator 4:  The tall man went into the garden when everyone was sleeping.


Narrator 1:  His horses weren’t there!


Narrator 2:  His pots weren’t there!


Narrator 3:  His men weren’t there!


Narrator 4:  He ran into the desert but he couldn’t see his horses, or his men.


Narrator 1:  He ran and he ran and he ran and he never came back.


Scene 11


Narrator 2:          In the morning Cassim and Ali Baba woke up early

and went into the garden.


Ali Baba:             This is very strange.  The oil merchant isn’t here, and his horses aren’t here! Where are they?


Nasreen:            You men are very silly.


Zhila:                   Yes, very silly. The oil merchant from India wasn’t an oil merchant from India.


Nasreen:  No.  He was the leader of the forty thieves!


Cassim:  Where are the forty thieves now?


Zhilla:         They ran into the desert, and let’s hope they’ll never come back! Tomorrow you can go and get the treasure and we’ll give some to everyone in the village!’


Scene 12


Narrator 3:          The next day Cassim and Ali Baba went back to the rock with ten grey donkeys.


Cassim:  Open Wheat.


Ali Baba:  No, silly! Don’t you remember? It’s not Wheat. It’s Sesame!


Casssim:  Of course, the word is ‘Sesame’! Open Sesame.


Narrator 4:          The rock opened and they put all the wooden boxes and sacks of treasure on the donkeys.


Narrator 1:          Then they went back to the village and gave the treasure

to the poor villagers.


Villagers:  Thank you, Nasreen and Zhila. You’re very clever women!




   the rock. ‘Open Sesame,’ he said.

He went into the cave and the rock closed. ‘This is












of the rock and said ‘Open Wheat’, but the rock

didn’t open! He said ‘Open Corn,’ but the rock didn’t

open! ‘Oh! What is the right word?’ he thought.