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 Christopher Columbus

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CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS

 

CHARACTERS:

NARRATOR 1

NARRATOR 2

NARRATOR 3

NARRATOR 4

NARRATOR 5

NARRATOR 6

NARRATOR 7

NARRATOR 8

NARRATOR 9

NARRATOR 10

NARRATOR 11

NARRATOR 12

NARRATOR 13

NARRATOR 14

NARRATOR 15

NARRATOR 16

COLUMBUS

KING

QUEEN

MONASTERY SUPERIOR

SAILOR 1

SAILOR 2

SAILOR 3

SAILOR 4

SAILOR 5

SAILOR 6

SAILOR 7

SAILOR 8

SAILOR 9

SAILOR 10

SAILOR 11

INDIAN 1

INDIAN 2

INDIAN 3

 

 

SCRIPT:

 

 

NARRATOR 1:  It was a long, long time ago, when this happened.

 

 

ALL NARRATORS:  How long?

 

 

NARRATOR 2:  It happened six hundred years ago, on an age of wonderful voyages.

 

 

All NARRATORS:  Wow! That’s wonderful!

 

 

NARRATOR 3:  In 1492 Columbus sailed the ocean blue looking for treasures, species, and adventures too.

 

 

NARRATOR 4:  Columbus was interested in the sky, the sea, and also in discovering new lands.

 

 

NARRATOR 5:  The Portuguese had discovered new routes to the east, and Columbus knew the earth was round and not flat.

 

 

ALL NARRATORS:  Round not flat.

 

 

NARRATOR 6:  Columbus went to talk to the King and Queen of Portugal.

 

 

ALL NARRATORS:  The King and Queen!

 

 

COLUMBUS:  Your majesty, I want to talk with you.  It is a must!

 

 

KING:  Why?

 

 

COLUMBUS:  Your majesty, I know that the earth is round, and I can reach new routes to bring  you riches.  Can you help me?

 

 

ALL NARRATORS:  Please, please, please.

 

 

KING:  No, my lands are vast, and my sailors are the best.  No way!

 

 

COLUMBUS:  Please,  your majesty, with your help and the new knowledge I have, I can find a new short way to the East.

 

 

QUEEN:  Columbs, I am sorry we cannot help you.  You will need a lot of money.

 

 

NARRATOR 7:  Columbus left the King and Queen, but he kept thinking about the sea.

 

 

ALL NARRATORS:  Kept thinking about the sea.

 

 

NARRATOR 8:  Columbus got to the conclusion that the earth was round, but his theory was not accepted by the King of England.

 

 

NARRATOR 9:  Six years passed, and Columbus came back again, and talked to the Monastery Superior.

 

 

ALL NARRATORS:  Came back again!

 

 

MONASTERY SUPERIOR:  Your plans seem acceptable.  I will lead you to the King and Queen of Spain.

 

 

COLUMBUS:  My dear Magesty, my deerest Queen, I know you trust me, please help me sail to the sea.  I will claim the lands for you.

 

 

KING AND QUEEN:  We have received good news about you, from the Dukes of Medinaceli.

 

 

COLUMBUS:  I have come to place at your feet, the treasure of new lands.

 

 

KING AND QUEEN:  In name of our kingdom, we will name you governor of the new lands, and we will give you part of the treasures you find.

 

 

QUEEN:  Here Columbus.  I will give you all my jewels, so you can buy some ships and food for the trip.

 

 

KING:  I will give you men to sail and permission to go.

 

 

COLUMBUS:  I will set sail and conquer lands and treasures for Castile and Leon.

 

 

NARRATOR 10:  Christopher Columbus went to talk to some sailors.

 

 

COLUMBUS:  I will take you there, to India.

 

 

ALL SAILORS:  Uh! Oh!  But how?

 

 

COLUMBUS:  I can take you there by ship.

 

 

ALL SAILORS: Oh no!  No way!

 

 

COLUMBUS:  I have bought two small ships.

 

 

ALL SAILORS:  La Niña, and La Pinta!

 

 

COLUMBUS:  And a very big ship, too!

 

 

ALL SAILORS:  La Santa Maria!

 

 

NARRATOR 11:  After recruiting all the sailors, and buying the three ships, they set sail from Puerto de Palos.

 

 

NARRATOR 12:  Days and Months passed and the crew was desperate and they asked Columbus to go back to Spain.

 

 

SAILOR 1:  I am scared!  You are wrong Columbus!

 

 

ALL SAILORS:  Me too!

 

 

SAILOR 2:  I am thirsty!

 

 

ALL SAILORS:  And there is no fresh water to drink.

 

 

SAILOR 3:  And there is no food to eat.

 

 

ALL SAILORS:  No food to eat!

 

 

SAILOR 4:  I am homesick, and  seasick!

 

 

ALL SAILORS:  We will never go back home again.

 

 

SAILORS SING:

 

 I see no land,  I see no Land, I see no land, just water everywhere!  Water everywhere!

 

 

SAILOR 5:  Land!  Land! I see land, land on sight!

 

 

COLUMBUS:  Keep sailing!

 

 

ALL SAILORS:  Sh, sh, sh.

 

 

SAILOR 6:  Captain, you have mistaken the route!

 

 

ALL SAILORS:  Yes, you have!

 

 

SAILOR 7:  What’s that?  Is that a monster?

 

 

ALL SAILORS:  You have lied to us!

 

 

SAILOR 8:  Look!  It’s fire!

 

 

ALL SAILORS:  No!  It’s a volcano!

 

 

SAILOR 9:  Calm down partners, the route is right.  Let’s sail with faith.

 

 

SAILOR 10:  We will never go back home again!

 

 

ALL SAILORS:  Bu!  Bu!  Bu!

 

 

NARRATOR 13:  The Yanez Pinzon brothers calmed the crew, and the continued sailing tp reach the biggest discovery in the history of humanity.

 

 

SAILOR 11:  Land, land.  I see land ahead!  Land on sight!

 

 

NARRATOR 14:  They continued the trip, until October 12th. 1492, when they reached land.

 

 

ALL SAILORS:  Hooray!  Hooray!

 

 

COLUMBUS:  (kisses the ground)  Sailors, we have reached our goal for Castile and Leon.

 

 

ALL SAILORS:  Hooray!  Hooray!

 

 

COLUMBUS:  I will take this land in name of Spain and call it San Salvador.

 

 

NARRATOR 15:  The people of the new land welcomed Columbus.  They were called Indians.

 

 

INDIAN 1: Welcome, welcome, white men.  The gods are here!

 

 

INDIAN 2:  White men, I just harvested these vegetables for you.

 

 

INDIAN 3:  And I just picked this fruit for you all.

 

 

INDIAN 1:  We welcome you with a god’s dance.

 

 

Indians Dance

 

 

NARRATOR 16:  And this is how Christopher Columbus discovered America in 1492, aboard of the three ships.

 

 

Song:

 

 

America, America. 

God shed his grace on thee

And crown tht good with brotherhood

From sea to shining sea.

 

 

The End

 

 

Author:  Ana Bermea

 

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