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Damsel in Distress

Age Level: Middle Grades to High School
Cast: 12 to 20 players, flexible
Time: About 45 minutes, 1 act

Once upon a time, there was a King and Queen with a spoiled brat of a daughter named Damsel. She threw tantrums to get her way and played mean tricks on everyone in the kingdom. But the King had other problems. There was a cave full of hideous monsters cornered there by the knights. There was a Dragon, a Goblin, a Troll and an Ogre. To escape, they manage to kidnap Damsel, not knowing she’s a brat. She makes their lives miserable, but they hold out for the ransom. The King can’t find a knight who’s willing to save her, they’re all glad she’s gone. Only deaf Sir Little, the royal bathroom cleaner agrees to rescue her. He can’t hear her whine and scream. Damsel refuses, but has a change of heart when her little brother (she thinks) is sent to replace her. It’s really Sir Little. She works out a deal with the monsters for them to live in the King’s summer home, falls in love with Sir Little and everyone lives happily ever after. A fun show for all.

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