The Pied Piper: A Symphonic Tale in Poetry and Song by Dorothy Lees-Blakey
The classic tale of the legendary Pied Piper told in verse and song, with a gloriously happy ending. The story can be told by one actor/singer or more, with possibilities for children's chorus and ballet. Scored for piano or medium to full orchestra.
Year Printed: 2003
First Produced: In 1996 at the Mississauga Symphony Orchestra.
Running Time: 50 minutes
Male Cast: 3
Male or female cast: 1
Total Cast: 4
Doubling possible in casting.
Additional roles: 16 children as the Village Children/Rats
Piano and/or orchestral score and parts available by arrangement with author.
Also suitable for high school production.