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The Boy Who Tricked the Moon

  • Rita Grauer
  • Full Length Play, Comedy
  • 5M, 2F, 3M or F
  • ISBN: BF7

This is a participatory play ideal for grades K-3, adapted from Pacific Northwest folklore by the co-author of the celebrated and award-winning Nightingale and Fool of the World.

  • Full Length Play
  • Comedy
  • 70 minutes

  • Target Audience: Pre-Teen (Age 11 - 13), Teen (Age 14 - 18), Children (Age 6 - 10), Appropriate for all audiences
  • Set Requirements: Open Staging, Bare Stage/Simple Sets

  • Performance Group:
  • Community Theatre
This is a participatory play ideal for grades K-3, adapted from Pacific Northwest folklore by the co-author of the celebrated and award-winning Nightingale and Fool of the World.

When Clan Chief's son is spirited away by the moon in this mystical adventure incorporating masks and creative movement, it is lowly Orphan Boy who must save him. With much help from the audience's participation, and characters Sky Grandmother and Little Sky Sister, the two boys escape from Sky Country in a triumph of friendship and ingenuity. 

  • Casting: 5M, 2F, 3M or F

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This is a participatory play ideal for grades K-3, adapted from Pacific Northwest folklore by the co-author of the celebrated and award-winning Nightingale and Fool of the World. When Clan Chief's son is spirited away by the moon in this mystical adventure incorporating masks and creative movement, it is lowly Orphan Boy who must save him. With much help from the audience's participation, and characters Sky Grandmother and Little Sky Sister, the two boys escape from Sky Country in a triumph of friendship and ingenuity. Designed for open space and simple sets. Costumes suggestive of Tlingit Indians of the Pacific Northwest. Approximate running time: 70 minutes.

$19.95