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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, a child passes 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 ten 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 ten mirrors.

Tailor1: Oh! What a handsome man!

Tailor2: There is no one more handsome than you!

Emperor: True, but who are you?

Tailor1: We are tailors.

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

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

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:

Setting: in the palace

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.

NarratorThe tailors hold out their arms. They pretend to carry clothes on them. Thety take the clothes to the emperor.

Tailor1: Your majesty, we have your clothes.

Tailor2 May I help you to put them on?

Emperor: oh yes, please do. Thay are very nice.

Narrator: The emperor lies. He can not see the clothes.

Emperor: oh look at me! I am so handsome.

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)

Servant/Emperor: 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.

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