Little Boy Blue
Large Cast 10M, 15F, 22 Either
Approx Running Time: 90 mins
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What happens when the sleeping shepherd...is woke
Little Boy Blue, come blow your horn—
The sheep’s in the meadow, the cow’s in the corn—
Where is the boy who looks after the sheep?
He’s not under the haystack, and he’s not fast asleep. Quite the opposite. He’s roaming the countryside, blowing the horn of revolution. Telling all storybook characters, both Heroes and Villains alike, about a dream he had under the haystack.
A dream that said all storybook people were created equal. From the troll beneath his bridge to the giant on his beanstalk, all free to lead a story of their choosing. Free to see beyond Once upon a time and into the future. Free to look away from a land far, far away and see their fellow storybook people beside them. The dish and the spoon could love one another without fear. The cow leaps over the moon right into the stars.
One part comedy, and one part civil rights treatise, Little Boy Blue is full of laughs and enlightenment-- for instance-- did you know that not all Billy Goats are named Bill. Some prefer William, Mac, or Buddy. Even Bob.