THE MAGIC FLAMINGO

THE MAGIC FLAMINGO
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  • 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.
  • GOOD BYE
  • (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
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