Dating songs 1950s
Or maybe you are putting on a church play, a play with a drama club or a play with college students or adults?
Perhaps you are thinking ahead to your summer musical play, KS2 play or Year 6 play?
Please note: these are not demonstration tracks and do not contain the vocal line. KATE: (Grabbing Trixie by the ear and making her stand) I want to hear it from her. KATE TWISTS TRIXIE'S EAR AND SHE CRIES OUT IN PAIN. Any girl who refuses shall pay a fine of an ounce of hair, torn out by the roots! TRIXIE GETS UP AND IS ABOUT TO SPEAK WHEN DAISY CLAMPS HER HAND OVER HER MOUTH AND PULLS HER DOWN. MAISIE IDLY PLAYS WITH A SKIPPING ROPE, TWISTING IT AROUND HER FINGERS.
Samples of our tracks can be heard on the Song Samples page. SHE IS THE ONLY ONE LOOKING FOH AND SHE GASPS AND FREEZES IN SHOCK WHEN SHE SEES A FIGURE DRESSED IN 17TH COSTUME CROSS THE FOH SPACE.
Then came along the great war and secondment to the flying corps, The lawn was flattened in a day and turned into a runaway.
The kitchen garden saw a change when it became a firing range, Radishes and greens and beans quite soon were shot to smithereens. It's one thing being ignorant but quite another to advertise it.
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Some are full musical play scripts, some are play scripts and some are pantos-style plays for children. THE DOOR BURSTS OPEN AND THE BULLY KATE ENTERS, FOLLOWED BY HER SIDE-KICK, CLARISSA. REALISING THE FOLLY OF SPEAKING OUT, MAISIE RUNS ROUND AND HIDES BEHIND MOLLIE FOR PROTECTION. KATE: Your problems are just beginning, you snivelling little creature.