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- Type of Show Full-length Play
- Product Code H31000
- Cast Size 11
- Min. Royalty Rate $110/perf
- Cost $11.95
- Approx. Run Time 145 min
- Target Audience Young Audiences | Middle School | Family (all ages)
- Performing Group Middle School | High School | College Theatre | Community Theatre | Professional Theatre
- Genre Comedy
- ISBN(13) 9780871296412
- "The House at Pooh Corner was one of the most beautiful productions we have mounted. Children loved the characters and they truly came alive onstage."
- Review by Connie McCrummen, Scotland High School, Laurinburg, NC
- "An excellent play of good length that is perfect for a group aged 10-14. The size of parts is good as well, as every cast member has plenty to do."
- Review by Jenny Caley, Cottingham Little Youth Theatre, East Yorkshire, United Kingdom
- "Our children and youth ensemble thoroughly enjoyed performing this show. The language is simple and very true to the classic stories ... accessible to children and delightful for parents!"
- Review by Katie Simons, Corinth Theatre Arts, Corinth, Miss.
- "I first directed this show in the early 1970s as a high-school drama class project. It was wonderfully received. Now retired and working with a summer youth theatre, I recalled it and did it again. The beautiful simplicity of the set and the ability of children to identify with the show's basic theme make this a very rewarding play."
- Review by J. LaRayne Watts, Willapa Players, Raymond, Wash.
- "This is such a delightful play ... full of wit and humor. And underneath it all, lessons about friendship, loyalty and responsibility."
- Review by Kathy Keleher, St. Joan of Arc Parish School, Nashotah, Wis.
Hints, Tips, and Tricks
- "Get the actors into their costumes and the space as early as possible--especially Tigger, who has broad movements and may need more practice with blocking than usual."
- Tip by Amber Perkins, Paint Branch High School, Burtonsville, Md.
- "Adding sound effects enhanced the show...especially bouncing for Tigger ... Rigging things in the fly space to fall from Owl's house was fun and worked well. Simplicity is the key to producing this play. Just be sure to have really grand tree's for the set. "
- Tip by Timothy Thompson, Oglebay Institute, Wheeling, W. Va.
- "Don't get hung up on making your costumes look like the Disney version of the characters. Be creative and have fun. "
- Tip by Dawn Martin, Central High School, La Crosse, Wis.
- "Because the story takes place in the Hundred Acre Woods, a place in Christopher Robin's imagination, scenery can be very creative. We chose to create the world of the the play out of simple children's toys."
- Tip by Katie Simons, Corinth Theatre Arts, Corinth, Miss.
- "Keep the set simple with all action focused on the Sitting Stones in the center of the stage. It helps to cast an acrobatic Tigger!!"
- Tip by J. LaRayne Watts, Willapa Players, Raymond, Wash.