|The Frog Prince|
|Author||PAUL, Simon - Other Plays by this Author - Contact Author|
|Synopsis||First performed by Southfields Theatre Group in January 2012.
The Queen despises her step-daughter who is lined up to marry Prince Ebeneezer. She wants her own daughter to marry him. When the Prince refuses, she turns him into a frog and hides him away. Under duress by the King, she tells him and his daughter that the spell can only be reversed through Princess Brunhilda going on a quest to bring back water in a sieve from the well at the end of World. She finally reaches the well at the end of the World but of course the sieve will not hold any water. The frog follows her as does the evil Queen disguised as a seaman. The Princess eventually brings back the water which she throws over the Queen who turns into a frog as the Prince comes back to normal to marry his bride – or does he?.|
|Cast||16 - some parts interchangeable|
Princess Brunhilda, HRH The Prince Ebeneezer of Acton and Tsarina Ekatarina III of Grimsby to name a few.
|Production||The original production had a minimal set, using props and dressing to create each scene. There are a number of scenes such as The Palace, a nightclub, the ocean! Probably minimal is best but entirely up to you and your budget. Happy to advise if you wish.|
|Status||Available for performance|
|DOWNLOADS - these do not include any performance rights|
|TheFrogPrince.pdf||Mon, 24th Feb 2014||Read through - please buy an appropriate licence if you wish to perform||Available to print: £5.00|
|Available on ScriptCircle: (for other licences please contact the Author)|
|Amateur Performance||Up to 600 seats. EEC Countries.||£25.00 per performance|
|Professional Performance||Up to 600 seats. EEC Countries.||£75.00 per performance|
Simon's first script, Cinderella, was written for and performed by, the Southfields Theatre Group in January 2009. Simon also directed the production. He has written two more pantomimes and a clutch of monologues. His most recent pantomime, The Frog Prince was directed by Simon and performed by the Southfields Theatre Group in January 2012.