A (Tooth) Fairy Tale
by Rick Hip-Flores, Ben H. Winters
Full Length Musical, Comedy / 4m, 4f
A boy named Samuel is tired of his life: It's nothing but rules, rules, and more rules! So when Sammy meets the Tooth Fairy, and she confesses that she's bored with her own life and wishes she could be just a regular lady, the two arrange a swap.
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- Time Period: Contemporary
- Setting: Several locations.
- Features / Contains: Contemporary Costumes / Street Clothes, Fantasy Costumes
- Orchestra Size: Piano Only
SAMUEL VASOUVIAN - A very smart, very imaginative ten-year-old who is tired of his boring, rule-bound existence. Bright, clever, and enthusiastic.
THE TOOTH FAIRY - A magical, mystical fairy who flies around the world collecting teeth. She’s very proper, may or may not have just the hint of a British accent, and is (naturally) a bit other-worldly.
SAMMY’S DAD - The very model of a busy modern dad, loving but firm. Occasionally a bit condescending.
THE NEWSCASTER - a smug, smarmy, self-important local newscaster
GUY IN NEWSSTAND - a surly New Yorker
THE BOOGEYMAN - surprisingly shy and soft-spoken
ALLISON - Sammy’s best friend, really smart and really kind
THE EASTER BUNNY - in a giant bunny suit, eating a carrot; voice and demeanor are surprisingly gruff
MYSTERIOUS LARGE FIGURE - a dark, brooding, mysterious entity; not scary, exactly, but enigmatic; later revealed to be Santa Claus
TED - a hapless assistant to the Newscaster
EVEN MEANER BANK TELLER - even meaner than the Mean Bank Teller
CONSTRUCTION WORKER - Curt, business-like
MYSTERIOUS SMALL FIGURE - the Mysterious Large Figure’s sidekick; later revealed to be Mr. Peepers, Santa’s Chief Assistant Elf
SHEILA - a hapless assistant to the Newscaster
MRS. BUZZTHISTLE - cantankerous 70-something schoolteacher
A MEAN BANK TELLER - Not quite as mean as the Even Meaner Bank Teller
LEPRECHAUN - short, plucky, green-clad
SAM’S MOM - The very model of a busy modern mom, loving but firm. Occasionally a bit condescending.
WAITRESS - sassy, tired, seen-it-all before
WALL STREET LADY - rushed, business-like
POLICEWOMAN - stern, law-enforcing, later revealed to be an outer-space alien
HALLOWEEN WITCH - a classic witch, with pointy hat and cackle
- Reduced casting (Doubling Possible)
- Expandable casting
Music Material Rental Packages
9 Piano/Vocal Scores