SMALL PLAYS FOR YOU AND A FRIEND by Sue Alexander

SMALL PLAYS FOR YOU AND A FRIEND

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KIRKUS REVIEW

One line from each play tells it all: ""Customer: Waiter, there is a fly in my soup. . . . Witch: Oh no! That will make me melt! Keep away!. . . Princess: The wicked witch turned me into a frog. You found the magic sprinkle that turned me back . . . . Child: Guess what, little dog! Mother said I could keep you. . . . Magician: For this trick, King. . . I will make us both disappear! (He puts a sheet over himself and the King.)"" All five are small in length -- from less than a minute in performance to not much more -- and (though kindergarten teachers might find them the right size for warming up exercises) just as short on wit and drama.

Pub Date: Sept. 16th, 1974
Page count: 48pp
Publisher: Seabury