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Synopsis: Play script developed from folklore by Daniel Fleischhacker. Engaging comedy, built on the adventures of the lovable German rogue, Tyll Eulenspiegel, who exposed evil through laughter. Cast of 6 women, 11 men. Two sets with proscenium interludes. Medieval costumes.
The playful, light-hearted Tyll eludes his parents and gains admittance to the King's palace, by way of the kitchen. Here he wins the friendship of the Cook, confounds the Wise Men, and charms the King and Queen. Skillful exposing all their pretensions through his pranks, he places the Wise Men in jeopardy, and fearful of his rising power, they lay a plot to dispose of him. But the wily Tyll escapes their clutches, and lives to twit the King and Queen into recognition of their own faults.
Title: The Merry Pranks of Tyll
Publisher: Anchorage Pr
Publication Date: 1961
Book Condition: New
Book Description Anchorage Pr, 1961. Paperback. Book Condition: Used: Good. Bookseller Inventory # SONG0876021577