Spring is for the Birds
by Alan David Perkins
Copyright © 1999
A play for children, ages 9-12.
News Flash: Spring has gone on strike, causing turmoil in the world. A crack
team of news reporters is on the case, taking time to interview assorted
plants, animals and the other three seasons, to get to the bottom of this
catastrophe. It isn't until Mother Nature herself steps in when Spring
finally realizes the important job that lies ahead and that all rely heavily
Sandy Beech - a reporter
Tyrone Shoelaces - a reporter
Woody Branch - a reporter
Barbara Blacksheep - a reporter
Candy Wrapper - a reporter
Bob White - a reporter
25 - 30 minutes.
The sets move fast in furious, moving quickly from television studios to
locations in the woods to the "homes" of the four Seasons.
Written upon request, this play uses a lot of snappy quips and modern
colloquialisms to tell a fast and funny story. While the parts of the
reporters are pretty beefy, there are plenty of little-to-no-line parts.
CONTACTING THE PLAYWRIGHT:
The entire script of
Spring is for the Birds is available upon request from the playwright. No production of this
play can take place without permission from the playwright.