Guixot Primary school 4th Primary, Theatre play. The Gingerbread Man. Sheep: Hen1: Hen2: Hen3: Rooster: Rabbit1: Rabbit2: Fox:

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1 The Gingerbread Man Characters: Narrator1: Narrator2: Old Woman: Old Man: Cow: Horse: Pig: Dog: Cat: Sheep: Hen1: Hen2: Hen3: Rooster: Rabbit1: Rabbit2: Fox: Little Gingerbread Man: Duck: SCRIPT: Narrator: Once upon a time there was an old woman and an old man who lived in an old house. But they were not happy because they didn't have any children. One day, the woman decided to make a gingerbread man biscuit. Old Woman: I m going to bake a little gingerbread man. Old Man: Good idea!! I can t wait to eat this gingerbread man. He looks so good! 1

2 Narrator: Then the old woman put the gingerbread boy into the oven. After a few minutes, she said... Old Woman: The gingerbread man is done! Narrator: But as soon as she opened the oven's door, the Little Gingerbread man jumped off the cookie sheet, and ran out the door and down the street. Old Woman: AAAH! What s going on? This little Gingerbread Man is running away! Little gingerbread man: Bye bye! I m running away and you can t catch me. Old Man: Come on! Let's go after him! He can't escape from us! Let's run! Narrator: The old woman and the old man ran after him. Little gingerbread man: Ha,ha. I m too fast but try and catch me if you can! Oh no! They're coming. Run, run as fast as you can! You can t catch me, I m the Gingerbread Man! Narrator: The little Gingerbread man ran on and on until he saw a pig. Pig: Oink! Oink! Why are those old man and woman chasing a Gingerbread man? Stop little gingerbread man! I m a bit hungry. Little gingerbread man: I ve ran away from an old woman and an old man so I can run away from you too! Run, run, as fast as you can! You can t catch me! 2

3 I m the Gingerbread man! Narrator: The pig chased him but couldn t catch him. The little gingerbread man ran past a field. There was a cow standing there. Cow: Moo! Moo! Why is that woman chasing a Gingerbread man? Hmm, you look good enough to eat! Little gingerbread man: I ve ran away from an old woman, an old man, a pig, so I can run away from you too! Run, run, as fast as you can! You can t catch me! I m the Gingerbread Man! Narrator: Now, the cow, the old man and the old woman were chasing the Gingerbread man. A dog, who had been sniffing along the path, saw the tree of them heading towards him. Dog: Woof! Woof! I love cookies! I don t think the cow, the old man or the old woman can catch him, but I can. Little Gingerbread man: Ha, ha. You think you re fast, but I m faster! Catch me if you can. Narrator: The dog joined the chase. Now, the old man, the old woman, the pig, the cow and the dog were all chasing the little Gingerbread man. They passed a horse. Horse: Neigh! Neigh! That Gingerbread man sure is fast. Nobody can catch 3

4 him. Maybe, if I run my fastest I ll be able to get him. He would make a lovely afternoon snack! SONG: The Gingerbread Man Narrator: And the horse couldn t keep up with the gingerbread man. So the gingerbread man ran until he met a cat. Little gingerbread man: Ha, ha. None of you is as fast as me! Catch me if you can. Narrator: The old man, the old woman, the pig, the cow, the dog and the horse were chasing the little Gingerbread man when they saw a cat. Cat: Meow! Meow! I d like to play with you! Let me taste you! Little gingerbread man: I ve ran away from an old woman, an old man, a pig, a cow, a dog, a horse, and I can run away from you, too! Run, run, as fast as you can! You can t catch me! I m the Gingerbread Man! Narrator: And the cat couldn't catch the gingerbread man. So he ran on and on until he saw a cat. Little gingerbread man: I ve ran away from an old woman, an old man, a pig, a cow, a horse, a dog and I can run away from you, too! Run, run, as fast as you can! You can t catch me! I m the Gingerbread Man! Narrator: And the cat couldn't catch the gingerbread man. So he ran on and 4

5 on until he saw a duck. Duck: Quack! Quack! Why are they chasing a Gingerbread man? I'm hungry... Yummy! I ll chase him too. Little Gingerbread man: Ha, ha. I m too fast but try to catch me if you can! Run, run, as fast as you can! You can t catch me! I m the Gingerbread Man! Narrator: The old man, the old woman, the pig, the cow They kept running until they heard a sheep. Sheep: Baa! Baa! Dinner for tonight! That Gingerbread man is running very fast! I ll try to run faster. Little Gingerbread man: I ve ran away from an old woman, an old man, a pig, a cow, a horse and I can run away from you, too! Run, run, as fast as you can! You can t catch me! I m the Gingerbread Man! (Hens and rooster make the sound all together) Hen1: Cha-caw! Cha-caw! Wow, that Gingerbread man is really fast! Hen2: Cha-caw! Cha-caw! Oh yes, that s true. Hen 3: Cha-caw! Cha-caw! Why are they all chasing him? Rooster: Cock-a-doodle-doo! Cock-a-doodle-doo! Yummy Let s chase him too! 5

6 Little gingerbread man: I ve run away from them all and I can run away from you, too! Run, run, as fast as you can! You can t catch me! I m the Gingerbread Man! Narrator: The Gingerbread man ran so fast that no one could catch him. Suddenly, they all passed some rabbits. Rabbit1: Why are they all in a rush? That Gingerbread man is running fast! Rabbit2: Indeed, doesn t he look tasty? (bowels sound). We can be faster, let s chase him too! Narrator: But the rabbits couldn't catch the Gingerbread man. The Gingerbread man was running so fast that soon he was far ahead of them all. He turned around a corner and suddenly there was a long river in front of him, he arrived at the river shore. Little Gingerbread Boy: Oh no a river! I don't know how to swim. There s no way I can cross it I m stuck! Narrator: After a few minutes, a fox came by. Fox: Hello Gingerbread man. What are you doing? Gingerbread man: I m running away from an old man, an old woman, a pig, a cow, a horse They are far behind me, but now that I m stuck at this river they ll probably catch up and eat me. 6

7 Fox: I cathe riven help you cross the river! Jump on my tail and I will swim you across. Narrator: The Gingerbread boy jumped on the fox s tail thinking it was a great idea. The fox swam but he started getting wet as the river got deeper. Fox: Little Gingerbread man you better get on my back or you ll get wet. Narrator: The fox swam and swam into the deep river. But again, the Gingerbread man was getting wet again. Fox: My back is tired. Jump onto my nose so you can stay dry. Mmm... tasty! Narrator: Before the Gingerbread man could say anything else, the fox used his tongue to get him and put him into his mouth. So, when the old woman and man, the cow, the pig, the dog, the hens got to the river the only thing they saw was a fox all alone, swimming to the other side. All: We should never trust strangers! The End 7

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