THE SORCERER PRINCESS
 The Sorcerer Princess  Click here for full image
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SYNOPSIS OF SCENES:

SCENE 1: The Grounds of Buckingham Palace

SCENE 2:  Interlude – The Persian Court

SCENE 3:  A Village in the Scottish Highlands

SCENE 4:  The Scottish Mountains

SCENE 5:  The Cave

SCENE 6:  The Scottish Mountains

SCENE 7: The Palace Grounds

SCENE 8:  The Palace

 

MUSICAL NUMBERS:

Dig that Reindeer……………….Brandy, Minx & Blaze, the Guardhorse

The Time of Year for Near and Dear……..………Max, Brandy and Blaze

King’s Dotty Ditty…………..King George, Queen Charlotte, Max & Blaze

Darken the Moon………………………………….………The Enchantress

The Pipers on Parade…………………..….Fiona, Max, Brandy & Chorus

The Persian Rug called Percy……..…………Max, Brandy and Princess

King’s Dotty Ditty (reprise)…Carollers, King George & Queen Charlotte

Darken the Moon (reprise)…………………….Princess and Enchantress

The Persian Rug called Percy (reprise)………………………………Percy

The Time Has Come………………………………………………..Princess

Finale……..…King George, Queen Charlotte, Max, Brandy & Ensemble

 

THE STORY: As Christmas approaches, Queen Charlotte is in despair, for the King has been bitten by Bertram, the Bat, and has gone quite mad.  On top of this, Santa has vanished and the Palace Christmas party promises to be a disaster.  Max, the Ho Hum Husky also has his nose out of joint, because his friend, Miss Brandy, is so taken with Rudolph, the Red Nosed Reindeer, that she has forgotten about those who are nearest and dearest to her.  The Queen sends for a beautiful Persian Princess who has the power to cure the King, but she disappears somewhere over the mountains of Scotland.  So Max and Brandy embark on their most hazardous adventure yet, bravely facing the winter elements and a variety of unknown perils as they travel to Scotland and lead the search for the Sorcerer Princess.  They travel all night, and finally reach a village where, to their amazement, nearly all the inhabitants have become invisible after witnessing a great collision in the sky.  When Max and Brandy leave the village, they travel further into the mountains and find the Princess, but their problems are not yet over.  As they prepare to take the Princess back to the Palace, Rudolph appears.  It seems that Santa has also gone mad and has retreated to a cave in the mountains.  The Princess tells Max how to cure Santa, but he botches the spell, for although Santa recovers his sanity, he becomes invisible, just like the Scottish villagers.  However, after facing an earthquake, a bout of river rafting, and an attack from Bertram, the Bat, Max emerges triumphant.  Both Santa and the King are cured, the Princess gets home safely, and once again, thanks to Max, the Ho Hum Husky, everyone has a Merry Christmas.

 

VOICES:

Brandy…………………………………………………………………Elizabeth Elwood

Blaze, the Guardhorse…….………………………………………………Mike Scannell

Minx, the Manx……………………………………………………….Isabel Mendenhall

Max, the Ho Hum Husky………………………………….…………Dwayne Campbell

King George……………………………………………………  …………Brian Leonard

Queen Charlotte………………………………………….…………….Elizabeth Elwood

The Queen of Persia………………………………….………………Georgia Thorburn

The King of Persia……………………………………….…….……..……..George Kopf

The Enchantress……………..……………………………….…..……Jacqollyne Keath

Mrs. McFee……………………………………………………..………Yvonne Arnason

Maggie, the Moggie…………………………………………..……..Isabel Mendenhall

Drum Major………………………………………………..……..……….Garey Carlson

Fiona………….…………………………………………………….……Jacqollyne Keath

Princess Nur of Abaku…………………………………………………Elizabeth Elwood

Rudolph, the Red Nosed Reindeer..………………………….……..  …Brian Leonard

Santa Claus……………………………………………………….…..……Mike Scannell

Bertram, the Bat…………………………………………   ……..………..Katie Elwood

Percy…………………………………………………………………………Katie Elwood

Chorus………………………………..……….Elizabeth Elwood & Dwayne Campbell

 

VIDEO SLIDE SHOW VOICEOVERS:

The King’s Dotty Ditty……………………………..Brian Leonard, Elizabeth Elwood

The Pipers on Parade………………….…………………Jacqollyne Keath & Chorus

In the mountains…………………….……….Dwayne Campbell, Elizabeth Elwood

The Persian Rug called Percy………………..Elizabeth Elwood, Dwayne Campbell

The Princess’s Farewell……………………….…………………….Elizabeth Elwood

 

ELWOODETTES’ THE SORCERER PRINCESS IS THE PROPERTY OF ELWOODETTES MARIONETTES

Copyright © 2004 by Elizabeth Elwood

 

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