Little Red Riding Hood

By Charles Robertson
Music & Lyrics by
Stephen Furster



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Little Red Riding Hood has been given the task of taking some goodies to Grandmother's house, but she is warned not to take the path through the woods, because it is not safe. She sets off with her friendly dog, Scruffy, who is not very well trained. Scruffy chases off into the woods after a squirrel, and Red must follow to get him back.

Red Riding Hood meets many forest creatures while she is searching for Scruffy; Wanda the Weeping Willow and her nemesis, the Woodsman, his brother, Eric, and one hungry wolf!

"You know, I'm not really a big bad wolf. As you can see, I am not very big."
"Oh? What about bad? Are you very bad?"
"Nobody's perfect."

This musical fairy tale is full of song and dance, featuring the Triple Threat class of 2008-2009.


The Big Bad Wolf

For ages in folk tales and fairy tales, the wolf has been considered to have one major character flaw. He was bad. Of course seeing as how mankind domesticated wolves which anticipated our domestic dogs, it seems silly. There is less likely a chance of an animal being bad, then a human. Of course with the propoganda wheels turning, the last living wolf in England was shot in the 1800's. So, to redress this wrong, our big bad wolf is not bad, just misunderstood and hungry. When they all get to Grandma's house, they all think the wolf has eaten the old lady instead of what she was really doing; making the wolf some tea.

From Disney back into time the wolf has had a bad reputation. Again it is the story of the innocent girl meeting a beast in the forest.

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