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    • ACTORS:NarratorGoldie LocksBaby-BearPapa-BearMama-BearH o u seChorus Part INarrator: Once upon a time there were three bears.Chorus: Three what?Narrator: Tree bears. Once upon a time there were three bears.Chorus: How many bears?Narrator: Three bears. One, two, three bears. One, two, three bears. First there was a Mama, Mama-Bear.Chorus: M-A-M-A Mama-Bear.Narrator: Then there was a Papa, Papa-Bear.Chorus: P-A-P-A Papa-Bear.
    • Narrator: Here comes Mama, here comes Papa, here they come, Mama and Papa. Part IINarrator: Mama loves Papa; Papa loves Mama, Mama and Papa love Baby-Bear.Chorus: Who loves Mama?Narrator: Papa loves Mama.Chorus: Who loves Papa?Narrator: Mama loves Papa.Altogether: Mama loves Papa; Papa loves Mama, Mama and Papa love Baby-Bear.Chorus: Wheres Baby-Bear? Wheres Baby-Bear? Baby-Bear, Baby- Bear. Wheres Baby-bear? We want Baby-Bear, Baby-Bear, and Baby-Bear. Wheres Baby-Bear, Baby-Bear, Baby-Bear. Look, look, look over there, look over there, its Baby-Bear! B. is for Baby, B. is for Baby-Bear. B. is for Baby, B. is for Baby-Bear. B is for Baby, B. is for Baby-Bear. B stands for Baby, B. stands for Bear, B B stands for Baby-Bear.Narrator: Once upon a time there were three bears.Altogether: One, two, three bears. Part IIINarrator: One morning the three bears were busy getting ready for breakfast.Papa-Bear: Ill make the porridge.Mama-Bear: Ill pour the milk.Baby-Bear: Ill set the table. Ill set the table.Narrator: And they did.Altogether: And they did.
    • Narrator: Baby set the table, Mama poured the milk, Papa made the porridge and they all sat down.Chorus: Who set the table?Narrator: Baby set the table.Chorus: Who poured the milk?Narrator: Mama poured the milk.Chorus: Who made the porridge?Narrator: Papa made the porridge, Papa made the porridge and they all sat down, They all sat down, They all sat down, They all sat down and started to eat. Baby-Bear: Ah-wow, hot, hot, hot. Mama-Bear: Ah-wow, hot, hot, hot. Papa-Bear: Ah-wow, hot, hot, hot. Narrator: And they all jumped up and danced around the table, shouting. Baby-Bear, Mama-Bear, Papa-Bear: Hot, hot, much too hot, Much, too, hot, Much, too, hot. Papa-Bear: Lets go for a walk and let it cool off!
    • Baby-Bear, Mama-Bear: Thats a good idea, lets go! Narrator: And the three bears left, one by one, with their breakfast still on the table.Chorus: Glasses full of milk, Porridge in the bowls, Spoons in the porridge, Paper napkins. Glasses full of milk, Porridge in the bowls, Spoons in the porridge, Paper napkins. Spoons, glasses, bowls and napkins Spoons, glasses, bowls and napkins Glasses full of milk, Porridge in the bowls, Spoons in the porridge, Paper napkins. Part IVNarrator: As soon as he bears leftthe house felt empty and sad. There was no one there, not even a bear.
    • Chorus: No one there, not even a bear. No one there, not even a bear.House: This is awful, I feel bad, I feel lonely, I feel sad, Empty table, empty chairs, its lonely here without the bears.Narrator: Now the house began to feel so lonely for the bears, He began to sing a sad little song.House: This is awful, this is bad. I feel lonely, I feel sad. Empty tables, empty chairs, Its lonely here without the bears.Narrator: Suddenly the house heard a voice. House: Oh, whats that? Whats that? Whos there? Whats that? Whos there? I hope its a bear. Narrator: But it wasnt a bear. It was a little girl, a little girl with golden hair. House: Whats your name? Whats your name? Goldie Locks: Everybody calls me Goldie Locks. House: What did you say? Goldie Locks: Goldie Locks, Goldie Locks.House: Say it again!Goldie Locks: Goldie Locks.Altogether: What a beautiful name!!! Part VNarrator: Goldie Locks was surprised when she saw the bears house.Goldie Locks: What a surprise, what a beautiful house, I wonder, is anybody home?
    • Narrator: First she knocked on the door. Goldie Locks: Is anybody home? Is anybody home? Narrator: No one answered so she knocked again. Goldie Locks: Is anybody home? Is anybody home? House: Come right in, come in and sit down. The door is unlocked, come in and sit down.Narrator: She peeped through the window and knocked at the door. Nobody answered so she knocked once more.Goldie Locks: Is anybody home? Is anybody home?House: Come right in, come in and sit down. The door is unlocked, come in and sit down.Narrator: Goldie Locks was afraid to enter the empty house along, But the voice of the house sounded friendly, So she opened the door and walked in... Part VIGoldie Locks: Look at the table set for three. I hope this is a place just right for me.Narrator: First she sat down in papa-bears chair and tasted his bowl of porridge.Goldie Locks: Oh, no, this is too hot. And the chair is too big, much too big. Chorus: Too hot, too big, much too hot, much too big. Narrator: Then she sat down in mama-bears chair and tasted her bowl of porridge. Goldie Locks: Oh, no, this is too cold.
    • And the chair is too hard, much too hard.Chorus: Too cold, too hard, much too cold, muchtoo hard.Narrator: Then she sat down in baby-bears chair and tasted his bowl of porridge.Goldie Locks: Hm, this is good, this is just right.Chorus: Just right, just right.Narrator: So she sat right there in baby-bears chair, She ate his porridge and drank his milk. In fact she was having a wonderful time, When, all of a sudden the chair fell apart. And Goldie Locks fell on the floor. Goldie Locks: Oh, dear, what a shame, such a nice little chair. Oh, dear, what a shame, I think Ill take a nut. Part VIINarrator: She walked into the bedroom and saw papa-bears bed.Goldie Locks: This bed is too big, much too big.Chorus: Try another one, try another one.Narrator: Then she saw mama-bears bed.Goldie Locks: This beds too hard, much too hard.Chorus: Try another one, try another one.Narrator: Then she saw baby-bears nice little bed and it looked just right. Chorus: Just right, just right. Not too big and not too hard. Just right, just right.
    • Narrator: The bed was so comfortable that Golden Locks put her head on the pillow, pulled the covers up to her chin and fell fast asleep. Part VIII Narrator: While Golden Locks was asleep the three bears came home. They were just getting ready to sit down at the table, when papa-bear shouted. Papa-Bear: Hey! Whats this? Someones been sitting in my chair!!! Someones been eating my porridge!!! Chorus: Eating his porridge, sitting in his chair! We saw the girl with golden hair.Mama-Bear: Me, oh, my,oh, me, whats this? Someones been sitting inmy chair. Someones been eating myporridge too.Chorus: Eating herporridge, sitting in her chair! We saw the girl withgolden hair.Baby-Bear: Mama! Mama! Papa! Papa! Someone ate my porridge! Oh! No! Look at my chair! Someone broke my chair!Mama-Bear: Oh! No! What a shame! I wonder who broke his chair?Chorus: We heard a girl who broke his chair.
    • We saw the girl with golden hair. Part IX Narrator: Papa-bear got up from the table and walked into the bedroom. Mama-bear and Baby-bear followed him. Papa-Bear: Oh! No! Oh! No! Somebodys been sleeping in my bed. Mama-Bear: Oh! No! Oh! No! Somebodys been sleeping in my bed too.Narrator: Then Baby-bear saw his bed with Golden Locks asleep under the covers. He began to shout.Baby-Bear: Mama! Mama! Papa! Papa!Come quickly! Come quickly! Someones been sleeping in my bed. And here she is, here she is. Look its a girl! Papa-Bear and Mama-Bear: Where? Baby-Bear: There! Narrator: Goldie Locks woke up and saw the three bears. She jumped, ran out the door And no one saw her again. Narrator: Well, thatsthat!House: Yes, thats that!
    • Chorus: Well, we, thats that!Narrator: Goldie Locks gone. What a shame!Chorus: Goldie Locks! What a beautiful name!!! The End