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Who Killed Mother Goose? — A Fowl Play

Age Level: All Ages
Cast: 6F, 7M, 6 M or F
Time: About 2 hours with dinner, 2 acts

It’s Barry Grimm’s last chance to produce a successful play for the King. But diva Goldilocks is a no-show and casting director Mother Goose goes to look for her. Then Goldilocks arrives with her three Bear-istas, and she wants her coffee “just right.” As rehearsal begins, Mother Goose is found dead. The only witnesses are the three Blind Mice. Red Riding Hood thinks the goose was murdered by a cast member. She questions Peter Pan, Mr. and Mrs. Charming, Snow White, the Wizard, Wolfie, Goldilocks and the three Bear-istas. Each has a motive. Then Snow White falls into a deep sleep, but Peter Pan’s pixie dust revives her. With all the delays, Grimm has no more time for rehearsals. Red asks the audience to help solve the mystery with case files and ballots before the play starts. The King arrives, and as the play begins, Red catches and accuses Wolfie on-stage. Fingers point in all directions until Mother Goose appears, unhurt, to reveal the true culprit. The King loves a good mystery, and all is well.

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