Guilty or innocent? Was the young girl a selfish spoiled brat intruding where she didn’t belong? Or,
was she the victim of three conniving bears (and their animal “band of hoods” in the woods)?
In Rhyme mime and mirth, this exciting new comedy brings Goldilocks to court on charges of breaking
and entering, and examines the familiar fairy tale from three points of view: the traditional, the
Bears’ and then Goldilocks’.
Barbara North describes the show:
This is a playful, pint-sized production. It features a cast made up entirely of kids and is a
fanciful, expanded courtroom version of the Goldilocks fairy tale. The best way to describe this
production is "Cute." Cute costumes, cute kids, cute little story.
While adults without children probably won't have much interest in this, kids will enjoy the
audience interaction, rhyming script and jokes geared to them. For example, when a hard-of-hearing
judge is introduced to the court clerk, the judge asks, "You're a jerk?" Kids in the audience loved this.