This is the most hysterical adaptation of the old story we could find! Only this time, Goldilocks has dishwater hair and is persecuted by all the other kids at The Enchanted Forest Kiddie Camp. She runs away to find Ranger Roger, who lives in a secluded "cottage" far away from the noisy brats. She vows to bleach her hair and skips out just when the Bear Family arrives to take over the small cottage. Poor Ranger Roger has to escape for his life! Great fun for both the youngsters, cast and parents. By the author of the popular Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?
Goldilocks and the Three Bears was first presented at The Mount Holyoke College Summer Theatre on June 24, 1986 by the Children's Theatre of Massachusetts, and directed by Mary F. McCabe.