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The Emperor’s New Clothes  

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The Emperor's New Clothes

Characters: Narrator(旁白)

          Emperor(皇帝)

          Tailor1(裁缝)Tailor2

          Servant(仆人)

          Minister(大臣)

          Child1, Child2

ACT1:

Setting: In the street

Narrator: Two tailors sit by the side of a road. The road leads into a town. There is a palace in the town.

Tailor1: We need to make some money. It is time to get to work.

Tailor 2: Work? You want to work.

Tailor1: I want to do what we do best. You know what I mean.

Tailor2: Oh yes! Let’s get to work.

Narrator: Just then, two children pass by.

Tailor1: Who lives in the palace, child?

Child: The emperor lives here.

Tailor2: Is he a smart man?

Child: No, he is not. He is handsome, though. He likes to look in the mirror.

Narrator: The tailor smile at each other. They wave to the child. Then they walk to the palace.

 

ACT2:

Setting: In the palace, the emperor is looking himself in the mirror.

Emperor: Just look at me. Have you ever seen a more handsome man ?

Servant: Yes, your majesty. You are handsome. I am lucky to serve you.

Emperor: That is true.

Servant: Can I get more mirrors for you?

Emperor: No. These mirrors will do.

Narrator: Two tailors come and knock at the door. The servant bows and goes to the door. He opens it.

Servant: May I help you?

Tailor1: We are here to help you.

Tailor2: Take us to the emperor. He will praise you for it.

Servant: Oh I see. Well, come this way.

Narrator: The servant takes the tailors to the emperor, the emperor is looking himself in the mirrors.

Tailor1: Oh! What a handsome man!

Tailor2: There is no one more handsome than you!

Emperor: That’s true, but who are you?

Tailor1: We are tailors.

Tailor 2: We can weave the most beautiful cloth. No one else has these clothes.

Empress: Really?

Emperor: Tell me more!

Tailor1: And people who are stupid can not see them.

Emperor: Hmm, those must be very good! Start your work at once!

Tailor1/Tailor2: Yes, your majesty!

 

 

ACT3

Setting: Two tailors pretend to be weaving in front of the loom

Narrator: The tailors work in the sewing room for days. They ask for fine food. They ask for gold and silver thread. They look very busy and work hard.

Minister: Ahh? Nothing, I can see nothing.

Tailor1: Oh, its youminister, and come in please! Come closer, look at it carefully.

Tailor2: Is it beautiful.

Minister: My god Am I stupid?

Tailor1: Are you satisfied with it?

Minister: Yes, that is really nice! I will tell the emperor what I saw.

Narrator: the minister leaves the room.

 

ACT4:

Emperor: How about those new clothes?

Minister: it will be finished soon. It is really nice.

Servant: Here come the tailors.

Emperor: Let them in!

Tailor1: Your majesty! Here are your clothes.

Tailor2: see, your majesty, is it nice?

Emperor: What? I see nothing! Am I stupid? Oh my god!

Minister: Wow, look, what a design! You will look great

Emperor: of course I will. I am always handsome.

Servant: yes, your majesty.

NarratorThe servant lets out a big sign.

Emperor: Servant, I want you to plan a parade. I will wear new clothes. Then everyone can see how handsome I am.

Servant: Yes your majesty! As you wish.

 

 

ACT5

Setting: parade

Tailor1: It is time to show our work.

Tailor2: I love this part.

Narrator: The emperor does not want people to see him in his underwear. But he does not know what else to do. He does not want people to think he is stupid!

Servant: It is time for the parade.

Child1: what is he doing?

Servant: He is showing us his new clothes.

Child2: He is not wearing any clothes!

Tailor1: Hush, child!

Tailor2: The emperor will hear you!

Child2: so what? He is not wearing any clothes.(louder)

All: What?

Narrator: The tailors look at each other.

Tailor1: We had better get out of here.

Tailor2: Lets go!

Child1: Stop those tailors! They lied. They did not make any clothes!

Emperor: Oh, no! Bring me a robe.

Child2Do not be silly. Who cares how you look? It is better to be wise.

Emperor: You are right, child. Thank you for telling me the truth.

Child1: It is time to get rid of your mirrors.

Narrator: The emperor smiles. He knows that the child is right.

All: Who cares how you look? It is better to be wise.

   Who cares how you look? It is better to be wise.

Emperor: Everyone, To be a wise guy!

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