Tuesday, November 30, 2010

New fairy tale smash-up play! PRINCESS PRIMROSE

Announcing a new play by Bobbi A. Chukran!!!

From the Casefiles of Rapunzel & White, In Service to Her Majesty the Queen

What if two of the most famous fairy tale women, Rapunzel Rapunzel and Snow White were friends, and got together and started a detective agency? They'd have seven little sidekicks (Nosy, Snoops, Sherlock, Stealthy, Creeper, Gumshoe and Marlowe) and be called in to help when a certain princess (Primrose) was threatened by her aunt, a wicked witch (Moribunda McEvil) and her faithful partner, Eargore (a spell gone really bad). Mix in Queen Floribunda, King Rosario, Chester the Jester, Snitch, the tattle-tale fairy who can't get his story straight, a young witch that can only reverse spells (Miss Slumberkins), an enchanted frog that's afraid of germs (Thaddeus A. Pole), and Weasel the Wizard.

You'll never look at a frog the same way again. :-)

Comedy; App. 65-minutes; cast of 21 plus some a few motley enchanted creatures, typical fairy tale setting and costumes. Family friendly (of course), suitable for adult, high school and advanced middle school actors.

This play is available for readings. Please contact the playwright for more information.

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Award-Winning Christmas Play

Dear peeps,

I'm still looking for a Texas theatre who wants to either do a reading of (or production of!) my award-winning play, DOT & the (AMAZING TECHNICOLOR) QUEST FOR THE REAL SANTA CLAUSE.

DOT was the Third Place winner in the East Valley Children's Theatre Emerging Playwriting Competition this year.

The play is suitable for older teens, adults or advanced middle school kids.

E-mail me for details.

Happy trails!

bobbi c.

ANNIERELLA production!

Dear peoples,

I just learned that my ten-minute version of ANNIERELLA & the (VERY AWESOME) GOOD QUEEN FAIRY COWMOTHER was produced by the East Central High School Drama class in St. Leon, Indiana on November 5th for two performances.

ANNIERELLA rides again! Yeehaw!

If anybody is interested in reading a bit of the script, check out Brooklyn Publishing's website and search for the title there.

Happy trails,

bobbi c.