Snow White Pantomime
This pantomime can be 10 minutes, 35-45 minutes or an hour long! It can also be for a cast of 30 or 60! All explained in copious Production Notes - no stone left unturned in this one! Arguably the most versatile pantomime out!
Originally written for cast of 30, as a simple production, it now comes as an all dancing all singing panto - with an additional 22 elves, Rudolf, Santa and a few reindeer thrown in!
This is a Snow White as you've never seen it - twists and surprises all along the way, perhaps some of the worst jokes you'll hear this year - and what about The Mirror ... checking out Facebook!?!
Other Christmas scripts written by Sue Russell available off TpT and www.plays-r-ussell.com
Snow White: Scene 3 Back at the Palace
(Mirror awaiting arrival of Wicked Queen, scanning pages of Facebook on laptop computer)
Mirror: (Excitedly) Wahoo! Go Snow White! Now, there’s a girl who’s come out of her shell!
(Enter Wicked Queen – loud hisses from cast – Snow White encouraging audience to join in)
Wicked Queen: Mirror, Mirror on the Wall.
Who is the fairest of them all?
Music 7: James Blunt You’re Beautiful (Mirror singing out the chorus)
Wicked Queen: (Impatiently) Yes, yes. I know! But am I THE most beautiful?
Mirror: You, my queen, are fairest of all …
(Wicked Queen leaps around triumphantly)
Mirror: But ..
(Wicked Queen stops abruptly, and screams)
Wicked Queen: What do you mean, ‘but’?
Mirror: (Indignantly) Well, if you’d just let me finish ..
Wicked Queen: (Screaming) Why the ‘but’? Why the ‘but’?
Mirror: (Apologetically) Snow White is still just that tincy wincy bit fairer than you!
Wicked Queen: But how can that be? She’s dead!
Mirror: Not according to Facebook, she’s not! You want to take a look at these pictures! Talk about party creature! This one sure knows how to enjoy herself – over fifty men guests at her place last time I looked!
Wicked Queen: Good grief! That doesn’t sound like the Snow White I know! Perhaps she’s becoming more like her step mother after all! Fifty fellas, eh? Where did you say this party was?
Mirror: Deep in the forest, somewhere called Dwarf Den. Sounds a bit of a dive – do you really want to go there?
Wicked Queen: What? And miss a party? You know me better than that! (Aside) Course, for the sake of our story, my reasons for going are strictly business - to finish off Snow White. But hey! Why not have a little fun on the way?