An easy script to stage without losing any of the glitz, sparkle, and fun that a
pantomime should have.
Mother Goose is about to be evicted from her home by Grumpy Drawers,
when, by good fortune the goose that lays the golden eggs arrives which
elevates Mother Goose to being a very wealthy woman. Grumpy and the
Fairy wager that if Grumpy fails to oust Mother Goose from Happydappy,
Grumpy Drawers has to leave for good instead. Mother Goose, becomes
sucked into the world of regenerating her beauty. Grumpy Drawers instructs
Black and Decker, the henchmen, to act as beauticians to perform the
regeneration. In this quest for youth and beauty, she forgets her kindness andmanners and shuns Millie the goose, before telling her to go away. And that's what Millie does, she flies back to Gooseland, but as she does so the golden eggs return to normal. Hans, a son of Mother Goose, pledges to find
Gooseland and return to Happydappy with Millie. In return he would wish for
the hand in marriage of Lord Rupert's daughter, Sophia. After all the mayhemthe pantomime concludes with a happy ending. Grumpy Drawers loses the wager and is seen leaving Happydappy with a shopping trolley containing the few possessions of life.
Mother Goose by William Dockings
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