Monsters Assembly. Is it too late for Cuddly to convince the rest that they too can be lovable? With the right teacher, anything is possible – oh, plus a few bars of music!
A cast of 30 – suitable for Key Stage I. Duration around 10 minutes – depending on the number of suggested songs included.
Review:”Very cute! My students get better and better with each practice. I can’t wait for our performance. The monster descriptions make costumes so easy!”
Monsters Assembly Sample Text:
Terrible: I’m Terrible
Ugly: I’m Ugly
Vile: I’m Vile
Worst: And I’m – the Worst!
(Worst ‘rounds’ on everybody, all screaming and covering faces in horror)
(Exit Miss M.O.N.S.T.E.R.)
Narrator: Oh dear! Not the ‘sweetest bunch’ you’ll ever come across.
Monstrous: Well, we are monsters, you know. Whoever heard of nice monsters?
Narrator: (Scratching head) Hmm. You have got a point there. But I’m sure they’re not all bad.
All: (Together) We’re not?
(Enter Mr. Numster)
Mr. Numster: Come on, you lot! Show ‘em what you’re made of!
(Each steps forward in turning, showing different number of eyes, noses etc)
Awful: I only have one eye
Beastly: I have two noses
Cuddly: I have three heads
Dreadful: I have four mouths
Enormous: I have an enormous number of everything!