Read this Playscript in Spanish
Mary – pilgrim girl
George – pilgrim boy
Squanto – Indian
Pilgrims –Women, Men, children
Indians – Women, Men, children
(Mary and George are in the forest picking up fruits. They place the fruits in a basket).
George: Let’s go Mary… we have enough fruit.
Mary: I’m cold! And this basket is really heavy.
George: Give it to me.
(Mary gives the basket to her brother George)
Mary: Mom and Dad are going to be happy because of all the things we could get.
George: Look! There’s mom and dad!
(Mary runs to meet her parents. Her father is carrying a package)
Mary: Mom! Dad! Look at all the things we have!
(Mary’s mother looks at the basket)
Mother: Oh… your basket is full!
George: (to his father) What do you have in that package?
Father: It’s the bread.
Mother: Let’s hurry up they are waiting for us.
Father: We can’t be late for the feast.
Mary and George: Yes, father.
(They start to walk. They arrive to the village of Plymouth. There is a long table with food on it. Some pilgrims are placing plates and glasses on the table).
Mary: Oh, there’s a lot of food on the table!
George: Everything looks delicious!
Mary: What are we celebrating, mother?
Mother: Today is a special day.
Mother: Because today we give thanks to God for being so good to us.
Father: Today is Thanksgiving Day.
George: And at what time is the feast?
Father: As soon as everyone is here.
Mother: Now, both of you go and put the basket on the table.
Father: I’ll put the bread.
(They place the basket and the bread on the table).
Mary: Everything looks so nice!
Mother: Mary, go and pick up some flowers to put on the table.
(Mary turns around and she sees some indians approaching)
Mary: Mom… dad… who are those people?
(Mary’s parents and George turn around)
Father: They are our friends.
Mary: But they are Indians!
Mother: Yes, sweety, they have been living in this land for many years before we came. They taught us to grow corn and different plants for food.
Father: They also taught us how to hunt and fish… and how to survive in this New World.
George: What are they wearing?
Father: They make their clothing out of animal skins.
Mary: I like their colorful beads!
George: Look! More Indians are coming!
(Squanto approaches them. He is carrying a big turkey)
Squanto: Friends, we brought the food for the feast.
George: That bird smells delicious!
Mother: Come and join us, it’s time to eat.
(Squanto places the turkey on the table. All the pilgrims and indians sit around the table.)
Father: Heavenly Father, bless this food You have provided and bless each and every person here.
Mother: We are thankful for our family and for our health.
Father: And most of all, that this day has brought all of us together to celebrate Thanksgiving.
Author: K I D S I N C O
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