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Shirley Jackson has written a modern fairy tale in which Hansel and Gretel are "problem children" (i.e. brats) and the witch is a charming old girl with a college degree in witchcraft The play begins as the witch wakes up on a miserable rainy day in the forest and exclaims, "Such a day — makes you glad to be alive" Then she gets into an argument with the second-class enchant Shirley Jackson has written a modern fairy tale in which Hansel and Gretel are "problem children" (i.e. brats) and the witch is a charming old girl with a college degree in witchcraft The play begins as the witch wakes up on a miserable rainy day in the forest and exclaims, "Such a day — makes you glad to be alive" Then she gets into an argument with the second-class enchanter, which is interrupted by the arrival of the much-abused parents of Hansel and Gretel, followed closely by the little fiends themselves They haven't the slightest interest in anything that's useful Hansel and Gretel find the witch's gingerbread house and start tearing it to pieces The children are so eager to push the witch into the stove that it makes the old girl terribly nervous! Cast of 7 or more


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Shirley Jackson has written a modern fairy tale in which Hansel and Gretel are "problem children" (i.e. brats) and the witch is a charming old girl with a college degree in witchcraft The play begins as the witch wakes up on a miserable rainy day in the forest and exclaims, "Such a day — makes you glad to be alive" Then she gets into an argument with the second-class enchant Shirley Jackson has written a modern fairy tale in which Hansel and Gretel are "problem children" (i.e. brats) and the witch is a charming old girl with a college degree in witchcraft The play begins as the witch wakes up on a miserable rainy day in the forest and exclaims, "Such a day — makes you glad to be alive" Then she gets into an argument with the second-class enchanter, which is interrupted by the arrival of the much-abused parents of Hansel and Gretel, followed closely by the little fiends themselves They haven't the slightest interest in anything that's useful Hansel and Gretel find the witch's gingerbread house and start tearing it to pieces The children are so eager to push the witch into the stove that it makes the old girl terribly nervous! Cast of 7 or more

31 review for The Bad Children: A Musical in One Act for Bad Children

  1. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    If it’s written by Shirley I’m probably going to love it, and this was no exception. I read her essay on writing this in Let Me Tell You, the Hansel and Gretel story with insufferable children.

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