Musical version of The Emperor’s New Clothes encourages kids to dance and sing along while weaving a good-natured story about humility
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The Emperor’s New Clothes
The Plot: Two wily tailors exploit the vanity of their emperor by crafting him a fine suit of clothes that they claim is invisible to anyone who is unworthy of their position(or otherwise stupid). Naturally, the emperor doesn’t want to be seen as unworthy or stupid, so he dons the invisible duds and struts through the streets in his underpants.
The Music: Storybook Theatre adds a dash of toe-tapping, sing-along melodies to the tale, keeping little squirmers engaged and engrossed throughout.adds a dash of toe-tapping, sing-along melodies to the tale, keeping little squirmers engaged and engrossed throughout.