By Lev Ustinov. Translated by Fainna Solasko.
Cast: 9 m. and w. The time is now and the place is a forest. The players include a variety of animals and a very special Creature. As the other animals inspect the Creature they discover no sharp teeth, no claws, not even a tail. They demand to know who he is and he replies, "I'm Conscience." His problem is that he does not know whose conscience he is. As he tries to discover if he's Hare's conscience, he bumps into a conscience that's already there. He pleads to be allowed inside, suggesting that two are better than one. However the voice of Hare's conscience replies, "There's hardly enough room for me." Then our homeless Conscience decides to look for someone really big with a teeny-weeny conscience. This doesn't work either. Then Wolf Cub comes in and bullies the other animals. When they appeal to his conscience we discover that Wolf Cub does not have one! Happily, Conscience gets back where he belongs and changes the bully back into a very nice Wolf Cub! One ext. set.