That's Princess ... With A Pea!

Book By: Elliott B Baker
Play #: 3215
Pages: 67 pgs
Cast: 8 m, 8 w, 12 or more flexible

Prince Fred wants more than anything to find the princess of his dreams. His mother, the queen, wants to stay young – in other words, no marriage and no grandchildren! And that means no partying or dancing. To preserve the appearance that the queen wants Fred to marry, the kingdom has advertised far and wide for a suitable princess. Unfortunately, the outlook is bleak until the Jester finds an incognito princess. Tired of being deluged with unsuitable suitors proposed by her military-like father, Princess Philamena has escaped and taken employment in Fred’s palace as a chambermaid. Will Fred and Phil fall in love? Will the queen accept this chambermaid as a true princess? Will the three stooges stop having to guard the king? Wait, there are three stooges in here? It all comes down to a small pea, and a determined princess. Suitable for everyone with such hummable songs as “Waiting,” “The Princess Tango,” “Someone Special,” and “Magic Mirror Blues.” There’s also dancing - even a tango! It’ll bring ‘em out of their seats. About an hour.

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Productions

HST CULTURIAL CENTER 2 Performance(s)
ROCKVILLE, MD 4/15/2019
THE CHARITY LEAGUE OF LEXINGTO 10 Performance(s)
LEXINGTON, NC 2/18/2019
STAINED GLASS THEATRE OF MID M 6 Performance(s)
JEFFERSON CITY, MO 10/18/2018
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 1 Performance(s)
AUBURN, MA 8/3/2018
HULLABALOO PERFORMING ARTS 6 Performance(s)
GRANVILLE, OH 4/13/2018
RRMS DRAMA CLUB 2 Performance(s)
MATTYDALE, NY 3/8/2018
WOOD RIVER MIDDLE SCHOOL 2 Performance(s)
HAILEY, ID 3/9/2017
GLEN ROSE CHOIRS 2 Performance(s)
MALVERN, AR 3/1/2017
SAUK PRAIRIE SCHOOLS 4 Performance(s)
SAUK CITY, WI 10/24/2016
SPRING GARDEN SCHOOL 2 Performance(s)
NUTLEY, NJ 4/6/2016
NORTH MIDDLE SCHOOL 3 Performance(s)
WINCHESTER, TN 3/15/2016
MOST HOLY TRINITY SCHOOL 1 Performance(s)
SAN JOSE, CA 4/30/2015
SYDENHAM ST. UNITED CHURCH 2 Performance(s)
BRANTFORD, ON 5/10/2014
MATTOON MIDDLE SCHOOL 2 Performance(s)
MATTOON, IL 5/2/2014
NEW LONDON BARN PLAYHOUSE 2 Performance(s)
NEW LONDON, NH 7/11/2013
JUPITER CHRISTIAN SCHOOL 1 Performance(s)
JUPITER, FL 5/15/2013
ST. FRANCIS DE SALES HS 1 Performance(s)
CHICAGO, IL 5/11/2013
WESLEY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 2 Performance(s)
SPRINGFIELD, MO 2/16/2013
GRAND ISLAND LITTLE THEATRE 3 Performance(s)
GRAND ISLAND, NE 1/25/2013
WASHTENAW CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 1 Performance(s)
SALINE, MI 5/18/2012
EAST VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL 4 Performance(s)
YAKIMA, WA 5/4/2012
CLEAR LAKE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL 1 Performance(s)
FRIENDSWOOD, TX 4/19/2012
THEATRE GROUP 1 Performance(s)
SPANISH FORK, UT 4/5/2012
HAYFIELD HIGH SCHOOL 2 Performance(s)
HAYFIELD, MN 3/24/2012

Behind The Scenes

Elliott B. Baker Talks About

“THAT’S PRINCESS…WITH A PEA!”

 

Q: WHAT INSPIRED YOU TO WRITE THIS MUSICAL?

A: A friend suggested the idea and I had always loved the story.

 

Q: WHAT'S YOUR FAVORITE PART OR LINE? WHY?

A: I love the parody of the three stooges as guards. Physical slapstick just always makes me laugh.

 

Q: WHAT DID YOU TRY TO ACHIEVE WITH THIS MUSICAL?

A: Laughter, music and transport. If the audience can spend an hour laughing and caring for the characters on stage, and if all the age groups can find something to lock on to, I will have achieved all that a writer can.

 

Q: DO YOU HAVE ANYTHING ELSE YOU'D LIKE TO ADD?

A: At the end of the day, parents are people too. It’s fun to watch the smart outsmarted and abuse of power righted.