Little Red Riding Hood, A Musical

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What we once read as the story of Little Red Riding Hood, now becomes a dance-musical play about emo-romance. ______ (Note: This story is not your average nursery rhyme, please read on. This is more like a Music Video.)
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  • By Erika Takaoka
    Apr 22, 2012
    The author of this book is a fantastic woman, and this story is truly creative. I would like to someday see it played out, it would be a fun, comedic twist to the fairy tale we all already know and love!
  • By Mary Takaoka
    Mar 21, 2010
    At first, Rose is a bit clumsy, when suddenly the pastels snobbishly bail out on her upon seeing the sleek, dark figure at the entrance of the woods. Yet without them Rose walks even better. Rose steps up from the meadow and begins to enter the path at the beginning of the woods wherein…Rolfe who has been crouching down, suddenly stands up against a tree and turns around. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Music D comes in a bit louder.) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Scene 7 (Rose meets Rolfe at Edge of Woods.) Musical Dance begins ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ And Rolfe, arms folded comes from behind a tree. He throws a long shadow across her face in the early sunshine. Rose peers up to look at Rolfe against the sun. They suddenly lock eyes for the first time. The world is spinning slowly around them. She is spinning slowly around him. He does not know what to make of her. He... More > keenly watches her. Even though he is the one standing still, she still seems to be the anchor. Petite Cherubim that she is, little Rose still cannot figure out why Rolfe is the wicked creature that many speculate him to be. She notices him too and squints up at him. He looks like he has a cigarette in his mouth, but she sees that he is only just gnawing on an Aspen stick. Why he even seems harmless and moreover a great deal smaller than her with his head hanging so low and his countenance downcast. Well to tell you the truth, she is not at all afraid of him! He absentmindedly throws the stick to the side, and looks a little like he is going to go off in the opposite direction when he hears…< Less
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February 18, 2010
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