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THE PRINCESS AND THE PEA – SIX (6) ACTOR VERSION

adapted from the fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen

  • Zoe Velling & Libby Zabbit
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Phillip Rast, Garrett T. Houston, & Tyler Cramer
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Jake Dailey & Zoe Velling
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Libby Zabit
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Tyler Cramer, Garrett T. Houston, & Phillip Rast
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Libby Zabit & Phillip Rast
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Zoe Velling, Tyler Cramer & Libby Zabit
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Libby Zabit & Zoe Velling
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Zoe Velling, Libby Zabit, Phillip Rast, & Tyler Cramer
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Garrett T. Houston, Jake Dailey, Phillip Rast, Libby Zabit, Tyler Cramer, & Zoe Velling
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

Synopsis

Bandits have begun attacking the kingdom. The only hope for salvation lies with Prince Harold, who must wed before he can be crowned king. But Harold is more interested in wrestling than girls – even when a beautiful maiden claiming to be Princess Marigold appears at the castle. Determined to stay single, Harold devises a way to test Marigold’s qualifications using a garden pea and a stack of mattresses. Can Marigold pass the test? Will the kingdom be saved? A fun twist on a classic fairy tale.

Cast

Mother Hubbard a beggar woman
Little Boy Blue shepherd boy whose sheep are stolen by bandits
Peter Piper farmer whose pickled peppers are stolen by bandits
Marigold a butt-kicking amnesiac mistaken for a princess
Ned Kelly a bandit
Billy a bandit who carries a club
Queen Margaret the wife of the late King Baldric
Lord Ellington the Minister of State
Baker town baker, confirmed bachelor, avid wrestler
Prince Harold King Baldric’s son, loves wrestling
Gerry Harold’s squire
El Gigantico a brutish wrestler
Baldric the late king, shown in flashback as a young prince
The Villagers live and work around the village green
The Peasants live in Poor Town

Specs

Cast Size: Six (4m, 2w) with doubling
Approximate Run Time: 50m
Number of Acts: One
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Production History

The Princess and the Pea (6-actor version) was first produced in 2019 by the Barter Players (Abingdon, VA),Katy Brown, Artistic Director


Casting Notes:
The following roles are to be played by the same actor:
Marigold/Villager #2
Mother Hubbard/Queen Margaret/Villager #1
Little Boy Blue/ Billy/Baker/Peasant #1
Peter Piper/Gerry/El Gigantico/Peasant #2
Ned Kelly/Ellington/Baldric/Villager #3/Peasant #3



Cast Size: Six (4m, 2w) with doubling
Approximate Run Time: 50m
Number of Acts: One
Script Sample
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Synopsis

Bandits have begun attacking the kingdom. The only hope for salvation lies with Prince Harold, who must wed before he can be crowned king. But Harold is more interested in wrestling than girls – even when a beautiful maiden claiming to be Princess Marigold appears at the castle. Determined to stay single, Harold devises a way to test Marigold’s qualifications using a garden pea and a stack of mattresses. Can Marigold pass the test? Will the kingdom be saved? A fun twist on a classic fairy tale.

Cast

Mother Hubbard
a beggar woman
Little Boy Blue
shepherd boy whose sheep are stolen by bandits
Peter Piper
farmer whose pickled peppers are stolen by bandits
Marigold
a butt-kicking amnesiac mistaken for a princess
Ned Kelly
a bandit
Billy
a bandit who carries a club
Queen Margaret
the wife of the late King Baldric
Lord Ellington
the Minister of State
Baker
town baker, confirmed bachelor, avid wrestler
Prince Harold
King Baldric’s son, loves wrestling
Gerry
Harold’s squire
El Gigantico
a brutish wrestler
Baldric
the late king, shown in flashback as a young prince
The Villagers
live and work around the village green
The Peasants
live in Poor Town
Casting Notes:
The following roles are to be played by the same actor:
Marigold/Villager #2
Mother Hubbard/Queen Margaret/Villager #1
Little Boy Blue/ Billy/Baker/Peasant #1
Peter Piper/Gerry/El Gigantico/Peasant #2
Ned Kelly/Ellington/Baldric/Villager #3/Peasant #3




Production History

The Princess and the Pea (6-actor version) was first produced in 2019 by the Barter Players (Abingdon, VA),Katy Brown, Artistic Director

Script Sample
Request Rights