The Jungle Book by Callan Stout

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About The Play


Youth Education and Entertainment Series, Santa Monica Guild Theatre (Santa Monica, CA)

Adaptation. 70-75 minutes. 7-24 performers possible (gender-flexible). Suitable for all ages. 

Premiered at Youth Education and Entertainment Series Santa Monica, CA.


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Synopsis


Youth Education and Entertainment Series, Santa Monica Guild Theatre (Santa Monica, CA)

In this adaptation of Kipling's famous stories, the beat of a drum and the cry of a wolf give way to the sounds of the ferocious tiger Shere Khan, hunting his latest prey.  But as the wolf pack gathers, they discover that he is hunting a human child, and they quickly rescue the infant Mowgli from the tiger’s teeth. Mother and Father Wolf adopt the small man-cub, and with the protection of Bagheera, the panther, and the teachings of Baloo the bear, Mowgli lives peacefully with the wolves. But as he outwits a band of jesting monkeys, escapes from a hypnotic python and learns the Laws of the Jungle, he will not be able to escape his inevitable showdown with Shere Khan.

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Did You Know?


Will Coleman wrote and produced his first play at the age of seven, for his second grade class.  It was about Winnie-the-Pooh, and probably broke a lot of copyright laws.