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Brief History of Space Class Play

Brief History of Space Class Play
Brief History of Space Class Play
Brief History of Space Class Play
Brief History of Space Class Play
Brief History of Space Class Play
Brief History of Space Class Play
Brief History of Space Class Play
Brief History of Space Class Play
Product Description
A Brief History of Space Class Play
Written by Sue Russell
Cast of 25 (easily adapted up or down)
Duration 15 - 20 minutes (up to 30 minutes with inclusion of music)
This play includes 8 Astronauts, 8 Astronomers, 8 Scientists ... and a rather 'challenged' Narrator! It covers a brief history of Space, the final section attempting to throw a little more light on this fascinating but sometime rather bewildering subject!
This is the first of a series of scripts on Space, written as a set of 4, the others being The Planets, The Ancients and the Stars and Stepping Back into Space: Past and Future. These can be bought separately along with Space Quiz (latter available separately) based on the scripts' content plus a few other 'fun facts'! All available off TpT and www.plays-r-ussell.com
Sample Text
Astronaut 4: And let’s not forget us women! We weren’t going to be left behind in the kitchen! I, Sally Ride, was the first American woman in space – in 1983!
(Exit Astronaut 3 & 4)
(Enter Cosmonaut 3 & 4)
Cosmonaut 3: ‘Course, I was actually there ahead of her, in 1963!
Narrator: (Shaking his head) So competitive, these space people!
Cosmonaut 4: Well, it was a race, remember!
Narrator: And you are?
Cosmonaut 3: Valentina Tereshkova
Cosmonaut 4: And Alexei Leonov
Narrator: (To Cosmonaut 4) And your claim to fame?
Cosmonaut 4: I was the first human to walk in space! 18th March 1965. ‘Course, it wasn’t a total ‘stroll in the park’
Narrator: Er, no. Was that what you were expecting?
Cosmonaut 4: (Rolling eyes) That was meant to be a figure of speech! But I sure wasn’t expecting my space suit to swell up like a balloon – to the point where I couldn’t get back into the space craft!
Narrator: Woo! Scary! So how did you fit back in?
Cosmonaut 4: I had to first lower the air pressure in my suit
Narrator: Lucky you knew what you were doing!
Cosmonaut 4: Hmm. That bit wasn’t so hard. But finding our way back …. We ended up landing 1,200 miles wide of our landing site – up in some mountains!
Total Pages
14 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
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