Stolen Sword

Book By: Neal Barth
Play #: 1878
Pages: 29 pgs
Cast: 4 m, 3 w, 2 flexible
Here is a classic children's tale told with Japanese Kabuki theatre techniques. Gosho-no-Goodo, an evil Samurai, has stolen the sword of Subi-Sumo, the good Samurai. Subi would not care that much because he'd rather paint than do battle, but unfortunately, he must retrieve his sword at all costs. To a member of the Samurai, a stolen sword is a disgrace. If he doesn't recover it, Subi cannot marry his love, a princess named Kyo-no-Imi. As Subi and his two servants go on a quest for the sword, they meet a witch posing as an old woman. They help her and she thanks Subi with a potion which she says will give him strength and courage. Only after Subi fights and eventually wins back his sword and the hand of the Princess does he discover his strength came from within and the potion was merely water.
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