Cast of Character: Narrator 1 Narrator 2 Girl Old Woman Old Man
Narrarator 1: The old man set the flamingo free
Ohhh you poor creature i will help u out of the trap
yes i would i really would
May i come in i am lost please let me stay at your house to night
Why, of course! We could like to have you stay with us.
do you want to come and live with us
The Magic Flamingo
I will weave some cloth for you on your weaving loom but you must promise never to look at me while I work. Don't look--not even once.
I am the flamingo that you saved. You were so kind to me that I wanted to repay your kindness, so I wove the cloth. Now, since you know my secret, I must leave.
Narrator 1: Once upon a time, there was an old man who lived in the country with his old wife. They had no children. One day while the old man was walking along the road beside a field he heard a strange sound Narrator 2: Following the sound, he discovered a beautiful flamingo caught in a trap.
(Crying) I'm so sorry that I broke my promise.
Narrator 2. After the old man got home he told his wife about the flamingo. Then there was a knock at the door Narrator 2: The old woman opened the door. There she saw a small, pretty girl
Narrator 1 &Narrator 2: Suddenly, the little girl changed into a beautiful pink flamingo. She rose easily into the air and dipped her wings in farewell. The old man and old woman never saw her again.
Narrator 1: One day after the girl had been there for a while, she went to her new parents and said something quite unusual. Narrator 2: The old man and old woman could hear the loom every day. Each day the little girl gave them a beautiful piece of cloth. Narrator 1: It was beautiful cloth! All the neighbors came to see it.
Narrator 2: The old woman became more and more curious. Narrator 1:When the little old woman looked into the room, she saw a gorgeous pink flamingo! It was using its own lovely pink feathers to weave the cloth! Narrator 2: When the old man came home that night, the little girl came out of the weaving room.
(Sadly) I am sorry too. You have been such a sweet daughter