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The Adventures of Peter Rabbit and His Friends

Both entertaining and educational, this play is a must for any child --or adult-- who has ever fallen under the magical spell of Peter Rabbit and his many friends.

  • Full Length Play
  • Comedy
  • 75 minutes

  • Target Audience: Pre-Teen (Age 11 - 13), Young Audiences, Children (Age 6 - 10), Appropriate for all audiences
  • Set Requirements: Unit Set/Multiple Settings

  • Performance Group:
  • High School/Secondary, College Theatre / Student, Jr High/Primary, Community Theatre

  • Accolades:
  • Winner! The Charlotte B. Chorpenning Playwright Award
Five delightful tales including Peter Rabbit, The Tailor of Gloucester and Jemima Puddle-Duck are interwoven with the fascinating life of their creator, Beatrix Potter, in this enchanting, enlightening entertainment for all ages.

The play moves back and forth from the fantasy world she created to the intriguing story of Beatrix Potter herself, who overcame her lonely, strict childhood -- in which her writings and drawings were discouraged in the male-oriented Victorian era -- to become the most widely read children's author of all times. We also meet Beatrix's governess, Annie (who narrates the play), and Annie's children for whom many of the stories were originally written.

Both entertaining and educational, this play is a must for any child --or adult-- who has ever fallen under the magical spell of Peter Rabbit and his many friends. Simply staged, this play is ideal for any space and every budget. 

  • Casting: 7M, 8F
  • Casting Notes: Fewer with doubling or can be expanded up to 25.

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Five delightful tales including Peter Rabbit, The Tailor of Gloucester and Jemima Puddle-Duck are interwoven with the fascinating life of their creator, Beatrix Potter, in this enchanting, enlightening entertainment for all ages. The play moves back and forth from the fantasy world she created to the intriguing story of Beatrix Potter herself, who overcame her lonely, strict childhoodein which her writings and drawings were discouraged in the male-oriented Victorian eraeto become the most widely read children's author of all times. We also meet Beatrix's governess, Annie (who narrates the play), and Annie's children for whom many of the stories were originally written. Both entertaining and educational, this play is a must for any childeor adultewho has ever fallen under the magical spell of Peter Rabbit and his many friends. Simply staged, this play is ideal for any space and every budget. Unit set. Approximate running time: 75 minutes. Touring version available in manuscript only: please inquire.

$19.95