Little Red Riding Hood is a memorable play that children re-live over and over.
Little Red Riding Hood (or Grandmother Slyboots) (Chorpenning) Script
Little Red Riding Hood is a memorable play that children re-live over and over. A young wolf, who thinks he is smarter than men, plots to outwit them and make them his servant. He gains possession of Red Riding Hood's cloak by trickery. He learns the password used between her and her grandmother. He practices until he can talk and walk exactly like Red Riding Hood. But he cannot learn to control his wolf nature, and just when success is almost within his grasp, the sly old grandmother trips him up. It takes him three acts to learn that it is better to be a good wolf than an imitation man. Production notes are available in the script containing details on costumes and scenery. Three sets. Peasant and wolf costumes. Approximate running time: 60 minutes.