August 3–4, 1951
Bobino, His Adventures, in Two Acts
Bobino, His Adventures, in Two Acts, was published in 1941 by author and playwright Stanley Kauffmann, based on the fairy tale ‘Bobino’ from The Grey Fairy Book, by Andrew Lang. It tells the story of a rich merchant’s son, who is sent away to a Master to learn languages and a trade. Upon his return, we learn he’s been taught the languages of the animals. His father disowns him, and sends him away. On his adventures, Bobino’s knowledge of the languages of animals proves very valuable indeed.
This production was presented by the third, fourth and fifth grade Summer Theater Workshop students at the Puppet Theatre in Balboa Park.
A JT Premiere! Recommended for all ages.
The Clown -
Bulzaboo the Giant -
King Pompo -
Prince Fontanell -
Princess Celestina -
Mother Crixnix the Witch -
The Horse -
The Hen -
Soldiers, Guards, Villagers -
Bobino, His Adventures, in Two Acts, by Stanley Kauffmann. First produced at Adelphi Theatre, in New York. Presented through special arrangement with Row, Peterson & Company, now Samuel French, Inc. 45 West 25th Street, New York, NY 10010. Phone 212-206-8990. Fax 212-206-1429. www.SamuelFrench.com. Production sponsored in part by the San Diego Community Theater, the City of San Diego Park and Recreation Department, and the City of San Diego. Source: “Junior Theater Presents Two Balboa Dramas,” The Aztec, 13 Jul 1951, pg 3.