Snow White Play cast of 6


Snow White Play cast of 6


Snow White Play cast of 6

Alternative version of the original Brothers Grimm version

Snow White Play cast of 6  is one of a set of ‘alternative’ fairy tales based on those written by Brothers Grimm but re-written, just as they did!

This alternative Snow White play can be used for performance or as a guided reading text.

Cast size and Duration

Cast of 6, reading time around 15- 20 minutes

Purchase includes: Synopsis of original fairy tale, play script, teaching input, discussion and suggested follow up activities.

Other cast of 6 alternative plays: Rumpelstiltskin, Rapunzel, Little Red Riding Hood, Hansel and Gretel, Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty – Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty and this one also available as assembly/class play cast size 30 (easily adaptable up or down).  Snow White also available as a pantomime – cast of 30 or 60.

Snow White Play cast of 6 Sample Script

Narrator:             Good morning and welcome to

(Enter Snow White, followed by shrieking Queen)

Queen:                 (Angrily) Snow White? What are you doing here?

Snow White:      Oh! I was just about to set off into the woods with the huntsman, as you ordered.

Queen:                 (Sweetly) Ah! That’s all right then! I just wanted to wish you a wonderful day!

                        Snow White:      How kind! I am rather looking forward to going out! Everyone says how pale I look!

Queen:                 Exactly! Most unattractive! I’m sure a day in the woods will do you and your complexion the world of good!

(Exit Snow White, waving)

Queen:                 Ugh! Horrid ugly child!

(Mirror, who has been standing silently to one side, suddenly ‘comes to life’)

Mirror:                  Well I wouldn’t ..

Queen:                 (Interrupting) Oh do shut up! How many more times do I have to tell you?  I am the fairest of them all!

Mirror:                  But I always give you the truth!

Queen:                 Which I do not need to hear around the clock, thank you very much. And anyway, you’ll soon be changing your tune!

Mirror:                  What do you mean? I can’t sing!

Queen:                 (Rolling eyes) No, what I meant was, you will give me a different answer next time I ask you that question

Narrator:             (Holding up script) Oh, I think I know what that one is!

Queen:                 And who asked you?

Narrator:             (Indignantly) Well, really, madam! There’s no need to be quite so churlish! I am supposed to be directing this story, you know!

Queen:                 (Dismissively) Huh! What’s to direct?

                            (To Audience) We all know the story of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, right?

Narrator:             Well, you may think you do. But haven’t you heard? Fairy tales are being rewritten all the time and

Queen:                 (Interrupting) Oh really? You mean, someone might see me in a more favourable light?

Narrator:             Who knows? If you play your cards right who knows what might happen?

Queen:                 Ooh. Now you’ve got me interested! You’ve no idea how tedious it is being cast and re-cast as a baddie!

Narrator:             I do sympathise, ma’am. Very trying for you, I imagine.

Queen:                 It most certainly is. Now, if you’ll excuse me, I really do have more important things to do with my time than standing around gossiping!

(Exit Queen)

Narrator:             (Shaking head) What a charmer! And very nice to make your acquaintance too!

Mirror:                  Oh I wouldn’t bother if I were you! You really don’t want to get to know that one too well.

Narrator:             Hmm. I don’t think I’m going to need much convincing.

Mirror:                  Take my happy lot – not! As if it weren’t bad enough having to reflect her ladyship’s dazzling façade, I also have to talk to her!

Narrator:             Well, if you don’t mind me saying, you don’t seem to have too many problems in that department?

Mirror:                  So, you think I’m an idle chatterer, do you?

Narrator:             Oh, of course not! The thought never crossed my mind!


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