"Character Matters II" Musical Play by Bad Wolf Press

Musical Play: "Character Matters II" (CHA2-PL)

5.00 stars, based on 4 reviews
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Glenwood, IA

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Character Matters 1 & 2 were fun for all!

We love Bad Wolf Press plays. This year we presented two shows on the same night, Character Matters 1 & 2. The children, grades 3 - 5, had a lot of fun working on the musicals. The music is fun. The songs and script are easy to learn. The children also learned a lot to in the process about how to act in different situations. The audience loved the presentation of both plays and gave the children a standing ovation. It was a wonderful evening for all.


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  • Easy to add characters to the script
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Character Matters II

This was the easiest and most fun play that we had ever done. Everybody absolutely loved it. It was humorous and very entertaining. The first grade students thoroughly enjoyed singing and performing for their parents and the school. Thank you for making it so manageable.



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Great for camp

The performance went very well! The program was for our summer Musical Theater Camp; 18 children participated, ages 7–13. Both the kids and the parents really enjoyed it. I know I thought it was great! The music and lines were very well written. Their performance took about 35 minutes from start to finish and then we had a Q & A with the audience. The kids made some very simple stage props and scenery and used simple costumes like hats and sashes. Thank you for offering such friendly scripts!


Scotts Ridge Elementary

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  • great for 4th grade
  • life lessons
  • flexible
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Wonderful Musical

Character Matters II is a wonderful musical with fun-loving humor and life-long lessons throughout the drama. The show is extremely adaptable and flexible to fit your needs. We had 51 speaking/singing solo/duet parts, 2 choirs singing the chorus, and a stage crew - making our cast 127 strong. It was an amazing experience for all of our 4th grade students.

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