1 Playstage Junior TheTinderbox A comedy adaptation with songs from the Hans Christian Anderson fairy tale Written by Stewart Auty
2 1 CAST IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE: Sergeant/Captain Baxter Soldier 2 Soldier 3 Soldier 4 Man Woman Traffic Warden Old Crone Dog 1 Dog 2 Dog 3 Landlord Friend 1 Friend 2 Friend 3 Friend 4 Princess Portia King Queen Maid 21 speaking parts. More singing but not speaking parts could be added. For example: More soldiers could be used for marching in Scene 1. Other non-speaking parts could swell crowd scenes. Palace soldiers could be separate parts and not doubled with Soldiers 2, 3 and 4. Songs suggested for inclusion are optional the script will stand alone without songs, though they are there to enhance the performance and encourage audience participation. Songs should be edited for length about 2 minutes is ideal. Scenery can be positioned/removed by some of the cast as they enter/exit.
3 2 MUSIC Backing tracks can be purchased and downloaded for a modest fee from various sources, as shown below. Or, you could source the original artiste s recording from amongst parents/grandparents and just have the children sing along to it, as many schools do. If you cannot source them from amongst the school community, then Amazon sell very cheap downloadable MP3 tracks for hundreds of thousands of songs. These can be purchased, downloaded on to a computer and then burnt on to a CD for performance. Below we give the song title and source of backing tracks. Where it says Traditional or Disney this means there is no backing track we know of but it may be in sheet music form in your school or on a children s school music compilation CD. SUGGESTED SONGS: Marchin On (One Republic) - Welcome Home (Peters & Lee) - Step by Step (Whitney Houston) - Help! (The Beatles) - Down, Down (Status Quo) - Devil Woman (Cliff Richards) - Somebody to Love (Queen) - Al I Have to Do Is Dream (Everley Brothers) When Will I See You Again (Three Degrees) Who Let The Dogs Out? (Baha Men) -
4 3 THE TINDER BOX SCENE 1 Out in the Country A simple country road, with a signpost, with signs to Here, There and Everywhere. A log (SEE PRODUCTION NOTES) is beside the signpost. Enter a group of soldiers, marching in time to music. They march on the spot, turning a quarter turn every two lines) SONG : "Marchin On" (OneRepublic) For those days we felt like a mistake, Those times when loves what you hate, Somehow, We keep marching on. For those nights when I couldn't be there, I've made it harder to know that you know, That somehow, We'll keep moving on. There's so many wars we fought, There's so many things were not, But with what we have, I promise you that, We're marching on, (We're marching on) (We're marching on). For all of the plans we've made, There isn't a flag I'd wave, Don't care if we bend, I'd sink us to swim, We're marching on, (We're marching on) (We're marching on). For those doubts that swirl all around us, For those lives that tear at the seams, We know, We're not what we've seen, For this dance we'll move with each other. There ain't no other step than one foot, Right in front of the other. There's so many wars we fought, There's so many things we're not, But with what we have, I promise you that,
5 4 We're marching on, (We're marching on) (We're marching on). For all of the plans we've made, There isn't a flag I'd wave, Don't care if we bend, I'd sink us to swim, We're marching on, (We're marching on) (We're marching on). Right, right, right, right left right, Right, right, right, right left right, Right, right, We're marching on. We'll have the days we break, And we'll have the scars to prove it, We'll have the bonds that we save, But we'll have the heart not to lose it. For all of the times we've stopped, For all of the things I'm not. We put one foot in front of the other, We move like we ain't got no other, We go when we go, We're marching on. There's so many wars we fought, There's so many things we're not, But with what we have, I promise you that, We're marching on, (We're marching on) (We're marching on). Right, right, right, right left right, Right, right, right, left, right, Right, right, We're marching on. Right, right, right, right left right, Right, right, right, left, right, Right, right, We're marching on.
6 5 ( Music finishes. Sergeant and soldiers continue to march on the spot.) Come on lads! Keep it up! Left, right! Left right! Can t we stop for a rest, Sarge? Stop for a rest, Baxter? Stop for a rest? You re soldiers, not wimps! But Sarge, we re tired! It wouldn t do any harm, Sarge. We re nearly done with the army now. It s our last day. We re on our way home. All right, you ve talked me into it! Halt! And... wait for it! Stand at... ease! (Soldiers flop down, exhausted) Thank goodness for that! Oh, my poor plates! Your poor plates? Me plates plates of meat feet. It s Cockney rhyming slang. I m just saying... So what makes you any different? Your feet are sore. His feet are sore. My feet are sore. We ve all got sore feet. Must be something to do with all that marching we ve done.
7 6 (Sits on log) This is our last march together. Soon, you will all go your separate ways. Our last day in the army! I can t Adam and Eve it! You re getting the hang of this. Adam and Eve believe. We ve come through a lot. I m looking forward to some Britneys! Now you ve lost me there son. Britneys? Britney Spears beers! I m looking forward to a drink or two! We ve lost so many friends. They re all brahn bread dead! I suppose we re lucky to be alive! Lucky? Luck had nothing to do with it! Remember what you were like when you volunteered? Who can forget that day? And we didn t volunteer. Whatever. A right rag, tag and bobtail of scruffy, undisciplined individuals. But look at you now. The army s finest men! Survivors! Well trained! That s down to you, Sarge. You trained us. Now you re multi-talented! Men of character, with transferable skills ready to become civilians again. I quite liked being a soldier, as long as there wasn t any fighting.
8 7 Now, hang on a minute! Soldiering is all about fighting. If there wasn t any fighting to do, well, there d be no need for an army. And that s why we ve been lucky. We re alive! We ve survived! So we go home, and we can hold our heads up high. We ll be treated like heroes! There ll be a big party! A civic reception! People will make speeches, and say how proud they feel. There ll be a big banner right across the street which says Welcome Home! Just think of it! (All the soldiers look out to the audience as if dreaming. A group of people come on the side of the stage with a big banner that says WELCOME HOME.) SONG 2 Welcome Home! (Modified lyrics) You ve been alone, my love without me I m part of everything you do When I come back, and you're beside me These are the words we'll say to you Welcome home, welcome Come on in, and close the door I've been gone, too long Welcome, I m home once more I thought of all the things I'd say to you When I come back to you someday When I am here and we're together With all my heart you'll hear me say Welcome home, welcome Come on in, and close the door I ve been gone, too long Welcome, I m home once more
9 8 There are so many lonely people Why must they ever be apart I hope someday you'll be together Singing these words with all your heart Welcome home, welcome Come on in, and close the door I've been gone, too long Welcome, I m home once more (Group of people disappear and SOLDIERS look at each other.) It won t be like that for everyone! Don t expect too much. Yes, you ve been gone a long time. Yes people will be pleased to see you. Well, most of them. What do you mean, most of them? You think it s been a hard life in the army? Civvy Street can be just as hard. But we were civilians before we joined up. So it will be the same. Not quite. Your families will be pleased to see you. But what about those who have made a bet that you will never return? People have made bets about that? Yes. They stand to make a lot of money if you never return. But when you turn up, the bet s off. So not everyone will be pleased to see you. I never realised it could be like that. I ve looked after you all the time you ve been in the army. And you ve been great! A bit of a bully sometimes, but not so bad really.
10 9 You needed discipline! To survive, you had to learn to do as you were told, without question, without a second thought. And we re living proof that you did a great job in looking after us, so on behalf of all the men, I d like to say thank you. You can all go your separate ways soon. This might be a good place to disband and say our last farewells. We stand at the crossroads of life. Goodbyes are always so sad. We ve been together for such a long time. My home is not too far away. I should be there soon, so I m off. Be seeing you! ALL Bye! Take care! (Exit. If using extra SOLDIERS, then they should perhaps say, individually, Me too, I m off as well, See You etc. and leave with )) We come from the same village, so we ll leave together. We ve been friends since we were at school. We joined up together. And we leave together. Bye! See you! I hope (Sings?) we ll meet again, who knows where, who knows when, but I hope we ll meet again some sunny day!
11 10 Funny fellow, that Baxter! (They all shake hands. Exit and ) Well, that just leaves the two of us. Mind if I give you some advice before I go? Feel free. I m in no rush. I m not sure where I m going. That s what I mean. I know you re a stranger round here. I ve got nothing to go home for. I might as well start in a new place. What I want to say is this. Be careful who you talk to. Be careful who you trust. Decide things for yourself. Not everything will be what it seems. This all sounds a bit serious, as if there s loads of horrible people out there. All I m saying is don t judge a book by its cover. You sound like my father! Little homilies to guide me on my way. He sounds a fine man. Did you take much notice? Not really. Perhaps I should have listened more. I should be going. Now think on! Remember what I said. And don t talk to strangers! How can I make new friends if I don t speak to anyone? You know what I mean. There ll be people out there who will try to trick you. Be careful! I m off now!
12 11 (Exit ) Well now I m all on my own. I wonder which way I should go? I think I d better take this one step at a time. (Full cast enter, marching to the tune of...) SONG 3 One more step Well there's a bridge and there's a river that I still must cross As I'm going on my journey Oh, I might be lost And there's a road I have to follow, a place I have to go Well no-one told me just how to get there But when I get there I'll know 'cause I'm taking it Chorus: Step By Step, Bit by Bit, Stone By Stone (Yeah), Brick by Brick (Oh, yeah) Step By Step, Day By Day, Mile by mile (ooh, ooh, ooh) And this old road is rough and ruined So many dangers along the way So many burdens might fall upon me So many troubles that I have to face Oh, but I won't let my spirit fail me Oh, I won't let my spirit go Until I get to my destination I'm gonna take it slowly 'cause I'm making it mine Chorus: Step By Step (you know I'm taking it), bit by bit (bit by bit, come move),
13 12 stone by stone (yeah), brick by brick (brick by brick by brick by brick mmm...) Step by step (step by step uh-huh), day by day (day by day-ee), mile by mile (ooh), go your own way. Say it, baby, don't give up You got to hold on to what you got, Oh, baby, don't give up, You got to keep on moving on don't stop (yeah yeah). I know you're hurting, and I know you're blue, I know you're hurting but don't let the bad things get to you. Chorus: I'm taking it step by step (ohohoh), bit by bit (bit by bit come move), stone by stone (stone by stone yeah), brick by brick (brick by brick by brick by brick), Step by step (I m gonna take it now),day by day (day by day-ee), mile by mile (ooh), go your own way! (c'mon baby got to keep moving), I'm taking it step by step), bit by bit, stone by stone (yeah, stone by stone), brick by brick c'mon baby, step by step keep on moving, day by day (day by day-ee), mile by mile by mile by mile, go your own way, c'mon baby got to keep moving, bit by bit (bit by bit, bit by bit)... (Everyone, including, exit.) END OF SCENE 1.
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