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 Three Little Pigs In The City
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Joined: Tue Dec 15, 2009 5:22 pm
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Sat Jul 17, 2010 3:30 pm
  This isn't exactly DRAMATIC...but, y'know....yay!
   My first play! I'm so proud....Actually, I worked with some of my friends on it in class! So congrats to Jelani and Phoebe for helping this script be what it is today! And my teacher, for editing it!
    Now that that's over...let's begin!


Three Little Pigs in the City

Characters: Big Bad Wolf, Judge, Pig 1, Pig 2, Pig 3, Narrator 1, Narrator 2 Narrator 3

Narrator  2: Once upon a time, in a city not so long ago, and not so far away, there lived a Wolf; a big bad wolf in search of pork chops for dinner. But tonight, the supermarket was closed, and there was no other place for him to get pork! Wolf set out in search of his pork chops.

Scene 1: On the street of the city. Enter wolf, pig 1 in cardboard box
Wolf: La de da…I’m so hungry I could eat three little pigs! Oh hey, look at this!
Narrator 2:  The first pig wasn’t very bright, and he was the youngest one of the sons. Instead of saving his life savings, he spent it all at a casino! Because of this, he was broke, and he didn’t have a home, except for that cardboard box. Since he didn’t have money, he had to donate some blood for some spare change, causing him to often feel weak and faint.
-Wolf walks towards cardboard box-
Wolf: Oh, hey, look at this! It’s a hobo pig! C’mere, piggy! Lemme eat you for dinner!
-Pig 1 pops out of box- Pig 1: Don’t you dare eat me for dinner! I’m just an innocent little piggy that gets into comas easily!
Wolf: Then I’ll just have to take you by force! –Wolf knocks over box-
Wolf: Hmm…I must’ve conked his head on the ground…Hey, look, he’s in a coma! Guess I’ll just put him in this bag and be on my way! I’ll eat him later after I cook him.

Scene 2: Wolf walks farther down street. Enter Wolf, and Pig 2 in bus stop.
Narrator 3: The second little pig also wasn’t very bright, but better off than his little brother. At least he could afford a door for his house! Being the middle child, the second pig was ignored, and got less of an allowance than his other brothers. He, too, spent it at a casino, but by the time he was done, at least he had enough sense to make a door out of cardboard! Since he didn’t have any money, he had to donate some blood for some spare change, causing him to often feel weak and faint.
Wolf: Oh, hey, look, it’s a hobo pig! C’mere, piggy! Lemme eat you for dinner tonight!
-Pig 2 comes out of bus stop door- Pig 2: Don’t you dare eat me! I’m just an innocent little piggy that gets into comas easily!
Wolf: Then I’ll just have to take you by force! –Wolf kicks down door and walks towards the bus stop-
 Wolf: Hmm…I must’ve conked his head on the ground…Hey, look he’s in a coma! Guess I’ll just put him in this bag with his brother and be on my way!
Narrator 1: The wolf still wasn’t satisfied with the pigs he planned to eat for dinner.  So, he decided to keep on walking farther down the street.
Wolf: Maybe the juciest pig is living in that duplex down there!

Scene 3: Enter wolf on far end of street, pig in duplex on the other side
Narrator 3: The third piggy was the oldest and brightest of the family. Instead of gambling off his life savings, he bought a house and was smart enough to get a well-paying job!
Wolf: Hey look, it’s the pig! …Except he’s not a hobo! He must be the smart brother of the three, and juicy too. How am I going to get him? I hope he gets into comas just as easily as his brothers…
Pig 3: Don’t you dare eat me! I have a burglary alarm and I’m gonna call 911! And, for your information, I don’t get into comas easily like my brothers!
Wolf: HEY! Open up! I want my juicy piggy!–Wolf bangs on door-
Pig 3: -Calls 911- HELP, HELP, 911! There’s a wolf at my door, and he’s trying to break into my house and eat me!
Judge: Just hang in there and hold on tight. We’re gonna be there in a few minutes!
-Police sirens in the distance, pig comes out of front door-
Judge (To Wolf): You are under arrest for attempted murder, pig theft, and burglary of these 3 innocent little piggies!

Scene 4: Courtroom. Enter judge, wolf, and 3 pigs in a huddle
Judge: Does the jury agree that this wolf is guilty?
All 3 Pigs: Yeah! Uh-huh! That wolf is guilty!
Judge: Well, wolf, you’ve been officially condemned to a lifetime in prison for attempted murder, pig theft, and burglary of these innocent litle piggies!
Narrator 1: Well, that’s the story of the three little piggies in the city. And remember folks, the oral of the story is to get your pork chops before the supermarket closes, and never gamble, because then you’ll end up as a hobo piggy!




 Re: Three Little Pigs In The City
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Joined: Sat Feb 27, 2010 12:06 pm
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Fri Sep 10, 2010 5:44 pm
I love it!



 Re: Three Little Pigs In The City
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Wed Nov 10, 2010 12:09 am
Haha! :D I love this!!


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