Wonderland Tea House
(The stage is set with a few tables that have cheesy ridiculous tablecloths over them and something random in the center instead of flowers. Little flamingos would be fun. At one table is Cruella, who is wearing animal print from head to toe and dark sunglasses. She is working at a laptop and sipping from a mug. Hatter is cleaning up one table. Peter Pan and Tinkerbell are waiting to be seated, as is Snow White, but she is all by herself)
Hatter: (seeing the people waiting) Oh, why hello there. Welcome to Wonderland Tea House! How many will there be today?
Peter: Two here.
Hatter: (to Snow) And for you, mademoiselle?
How to be an Emo
Perhaps you've seen them crying at Dunkin Donuts or writing poetry in the moonlight. Perhaps you were intrigued by the downright tragedy they displayed. Or most likely, living in Naperville, you've realized that you'll be a total loser if you miss out on the latest trend and you're thinking, "I wish I could be an emo!" Well, here's your lucky chance! Follow these seven basic guidelines and you'll be crying your broken heart away in no time.
1.) For starters, you'll need the correct wardrobe to be emo. Invest in jeans that are too small. You need this to show off your skinny, malnourished, and overall pathetic legs. If you h
It's a Fairy Tale!
(Darla is reading a picture book to little Jessie, who is laying in bed)
Darla: Finally the prince slipped the glass slipper onto Cinderella's foot and he knew, at last, that he had found the girl he had been looking for. Cinderella's fairy godmother waved her wand and created a sparkling carriage to bring her and the prince to the castle, where they were married and lived happily ever after.
Little Jessie: (in complete awe) That is so beautiful….
Darla: All right now, Jessie, get to bed. I read you the whole story.
Little Jessie: Ok…
Darla: (standing up) I'll turn the lights off.
Little Jessie: Wait… Mom. I have a q