"Little Red Riding Hood" Musical Play by Bad Wolf Press

Musical Play: "Little Red Riding Hood" (LITT-PL)

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Pittsburgh, PA

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  • great for 2nd grade
  • humorous
  • good length
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Fun and catchy!

It was a fun play with great humor. We were able to make the play work for 32 students. We had 4 wolves, 6 storytellers, and 3 Little Red Riding Hoods. Some of the songs we used for speaking parts. The audience laughed and we were quite happy with the results.


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Little Red

My 2nd graders presented the Little Red Riding Hood musical play today and it was adorable! My parents and the whole school thought it was hilarious and loved it! I have been doing it for 3 years and this year was my first at this school. Every year it has been a success! Thank you for your creativity and for having these AMAZING plays available for teachers. My second grade level team are highly interested in joining me next school year with other musical plays!



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Little Red has everything!

We had an awesome experience with Little Red Riding Hood! My 5th - 8th grade students thought it was a lot of fun and they greatly enjoyed the songs and characters. I was able to rotate a group of 9 students through the roles so seven performers had 4-6 roles and Red and the Wolf stayed themselves throughout. I appreciated the flexibility of the show, the variety in songs, and the opportunity for dancing. This show has everything!

Idaho

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  • good for ages 5-13
  • fun characters
  • flexible
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Super cute script!

The use of the chorus is super helpful to keep students engaged when it's not "their" scene. I opted to distribute the Storyteller lines to anyone who wanted a speaking part, and I also added some singing solos for my older students. My only critique is that it ends rather abruptly--what happens to Little Red and Grandma after they defeat the Wolf?--so I may add a few lines to the end. I'm working on this musical with a homeschool group ages 5-13, and there's something for everyone here.

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