THE PRINCESS AND THE PEA…NUT
Great for fairy tale or Valentine units.
Leroy is the Princess in the wildest retelling of this classic
tale that you’ve ever heard. If you’ve never had a hankering to share waffles
with a bumble bee, squeak your nose like a clown or float on a basketball, then
you won’t want to miss this show about what it’s like to be different.
A COWBOY’S TAIL
Great for cowboy, poetry and rhyming units.
He’s long and strong and smart and sassy — and very classy; he’s
the best cowboy in the West! Except for his tail. Join Leroy in a one-person
play filled with cowboy poetry, guacamole and (gulp) rattlesnakes. Bring your
THE THREE WISHES
Great for folk story, ocean or April Fool units.
Be careful what you wish for because you might just get it! In
this adaptation of two classic folk tales, "The Three Wishes" and "The Fisherman
& His Wife", Leroy finds himself stuck with sausages. Then he finds himself
sausages. If you’ve ever squished a spider, then this show is for you.
JOHNNY APPLESEED'S DAY OFF
Great for fall, folk-hero or apple units.
Ah, Johnny Appleseed! That pot wearing, apple planting, flute
tooting hero of the Earth! But suppose that for one day Johnny Appleseed rested
his weary muscles. What do you suppose he would do? Well, maybe... PLAY!!! Leroy
is Johnny Appleseed as you’ve never seen him in this play about exploring
imagination. And remember, you can learn anything from a tree.
A CHRISTMAS SMOOCH
Rodolfo must coax his dog to kiss him (yuck) three (YUCK!) times!
(YUCK!!!!!) This delightful story, designed to charm all ages, unfolds live in
front of you. If you love dogs, ants or the Christmas Chicken, you'll love
Merry-Andrew Afoot! (December only in odd numbered years.)
Leroy Leonard is a one-man theatrical hoot, playing all the parts in these
30 minute plays complete with sets, props and costumes. All of the plays are
designed to be used with the extensive array of children’s literature
available on their subject matter. These plays can be performed for any size
Great for food, Thanksgiving or folk story units.
This well-known story gets a retelling with unusual ingredients,
including a hungry tiger fish and a pickle named Ben. And, of course, rocks!
Join Leroy Leonard in a delightful play about goof sticks and soup stones. And
when the Fish Man rings the doorbell, you'd better