Canada Assembly

£12.99

Canada Assembly

Canada Assembly. With a cast including grumpy Grizzly Bear, belligerent beaver, a couple of very loud Canadian Geese and an extremely ‘mouthy moose’ (jokes should come with a public health warning) it’s just as well there’s a Lumberjack on hand to help out our, as ever, severely challenged narrator!

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Canada Assembly

Canada Assembly. With a cast including grumpy Grizzly Bear, belligerent beaver, a couple of very loud Canadian Geese and an extremely ‘mouthy moose’ (jokes should come with a public health warning) it’s just as well there’s a Lumberjack on hand to help out our, as ever, severely challenged narrator!

 

Cast of 30 – easily adaptable up or down

Duration – around 10 to 15 minutes including music

Sample Text:   Canadian Goose 2:          (To Goose 1) Let’s take ourselves off to somewhere where we will be appreciated!

(Exit both geese)

Narrator:             Phew! Not sorry to lose that noise!

(Enter Moose – Child 3)

Moose:                Lose a goose – and gain a moose! Greetings everyone!

(Moose takes a sweeping bow)

Moose:                Oops!

(Moose bends over and adjusts ‘stockings’/leg markings)

Moose:                (Smiling) Just a wee adjustment to my stocking, there!

Narrator:             Stocking? What kind of moose are you? Not a panto moose, I hope?

Moose:                No! No! Though would you like to take a guess at what I always order at my local Greek restaurant?

(Pauses) A Moose – aka!

(Whole cast laughs)

Narrator:             (Aside to Audience) Oh dear! Just when I thought we were coming to the end of this assembly … and I get stuck with this joker!

Moose:                (To cast) Do you want to hear another one?

(Whole cast cheers)

Moose:                OK. So, what do you do to make a hunter jump?

(Pauses) You creep up and shout ..’Cari-boo!’

(Whole cast laughs)

Narrator:             Cari-boo?

Moose:                Oh? Have you not heard of my relative, the Caribou?

(Tutting) Deer! Deer!

(To cast) Get it? Dear? Dear? From the deer family?

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