The play begins with Goldilocks' parents telling her that Santa Claus probably won't come this year because they're too poor. Goldilocks can't understand why Santa would pass up poor children. With the help of her friends, she bravely goes out into the forest to find the present she wants most, a teddy bear. When the children meet the Three Bears, it's a wild confrontation, with characters scampering to lively music. Goldilocks asks her friends to help catch Teddy so she can take him home for a pet. The children chase Teddy, but he gets away. However, Teddy decides he wants Goldilocks for a pet, and he asks his friends to help him catch her. It's a merry romp in R. Eugene Jackson's well-loved happy style. Scenes are designed so that there is virtually no break in the action. Carl Alette's original music fits the action and characters perfectly. The play is suitable for children of all ages.
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