Don Quijote in America: Plays in English and Spanish, Grades 1-6

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El hábito no hace al monje
Una obra para jóvenes de todas las edades, especialmente para cantantes,
atletas, malabaristas y bufones.Personajes
El Rey
El Príncipe/Camello
Consejeros 1, 2, 3
Bufón
Pantomima
Mensajero Real
Comereiante
Vagabundo
Viejecita
Carpintero joven
Carpintero viejo
Malabarista
Gimnastas
Cantante (opional)

Nota: Invitanios a los actores a que se tomen la libertad de cambiar lo que sea
necesario. Si no hay malabaristas o cantantes, pueden incluir bailarines, poetas,
guilarristas, etc. Si no hay bastanlcs actores participando de los grados
superiores, la obra se puede hacer sin Bufón y Pantomima. Se corta escena 2, y
la fiesta de cumpleaños se hace solamente con los musicos y gimnastas que
haya. Pero el mensaje de la obra debe pemiauecer, que es la reconciliación entre
padre e hijo.


ESCENA 1
(En la sola de palacio, donde el Rey está reunido con su corte para decidir los detalles de la fiesta de cumpleaños del Principe. El Rey no está de buen humor, y los Consejeros están muy serios y algo asustados.)
Rey: ¡Hay que pensar con concentración!
Consejero 1: ¡Hay que pensar!
Consejero 2: ¡Con concentratión!

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