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Come on, easy, girl.
Nick Stafford adapted War Horse for the NT, 2007. His play Battle Royal premiered in the Olivier in 1999. He also contributed to The Chain Play as part of the NT’s 25th anniversary celebration. His other work includes Katherine Desouza, The Devil’s Only Sleeping and The Whisper of Angels’ Wings at Birmingham Rep; Love Me. Free Reads Playscripts, Inc. Twelve of the top plays in our catalog. Completely free to read. Simply click on the 'READ NOW' button below (scroll over the title), sign into or create your account, and read. Power Line: The Story of Me, Mario, and Your Mom.
Easy, girl. Easy.
This is a stubborn one, huh?
There we go.
Whos a clever girl?
Here. Come on, boy. Here.
Easy does it. Easy does it.
Come on, steady, boy.
That's it. Nice and done.
Put your mark here.
Get the colt..
Now thats a beauty.
Forget it, Ted. Hes half thoroughbred
and not got a days work in him.
Theres your ticket.
But look at him, Si.
Look at that creature.
Dont be daft.
You need something
solid to plow a field.
Yeah, but hes something else, that one.
settle down, settle down..
Horses on my right, men with money
in theirpockets on my left.
Its the perfect combination.
Is Fred Goddard here?
Yes! Is here.
Good - more money than sense.
Im here. Yes!
Bugger off, you tight bastard.
You've been coming here for 20 years,
never bought so much as a pork scratching.
Okay, first up today,
a gorgeousyoung horse..
Prettiest thing I've seen since my
wife on our wedding day.
Lets get going, shall we?
Who wants this wonderful creature.
one guinea, one guinea..
I thought you needed
a plow horse, Mr. Narracott.
- Any advance on one guinea?
- Two guineas.
- Two guineas!
Its completely the wrong animal.
Si Easton, Im not gonna let
that bastard see me off.
- Five guineas.
- Oh, for the love of..!
Greedy sod thinks he can just
buy anybody. Eight.
Stop it, hes your landlord.
You cant be pickingfights with him.
You havent got the money.
Lets go home, lets have a pint.
Eleven guineas, sir,
from as good a man as any in this town.
Do I hear twelve guineas? Twelve guineas?
Thats top price for a workin animal.
Ted! Save it for the shire!
There are big days and there are
small days. Which will it be?
Do I hear any advance on eleven guineas?
Just let him go, dad, I dont care
for him, hes too jumpy.
- Shall we say twenty five?
- 25 guineas
Well, hes got you there.
Nice try, Ted.
You were great, Mr N.
Gave him a run for his money.
- Going, going..
- Thirty. Thirty guineas!
Gone to Mister Ted Narracott.
What have you done, Ted?
What have you done?
Quite a beast, there. But what you
gonna do with him on a working farm?
I hope you got the rent, Ted.
Ill be around for it when it comes due.
Youre a fool, Ted.
And our Rosiellneverforgive you.
What have you done?
- ThatsMooneys colt!
- You were supposed to buy a plow horse.
- You bought him?
- Whatd you pay for him?
How much, Ted Narracott?
I wont tell you a lie,
though I would love to.
Hes not worth ten!
Are you out of your mind?
What about the rent?
Hes a strong one, Rosie.
Look at the way he holds his head!
How the hell are we gonna
pull anything with that?
Ted, you have to take him back.
You have to take him back right now.
You have to get down on your knees
and beg for our money back.
No. No, please dont take him back.
We cant take him back till hes broken in.
And how are you gonna
train a horse with that leg?
Ill train him.
No, you stay out of this, Albie.
You dont know nothingabout horses.
Please let me. I can do it.
We have to keep him.
Weve no choice.
Right. Well, youve got one month to
break him in or Im taking him back myself.
How did you get to thirty,
what other fool bid you up that high?
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Jack and the Beanstalk
Jack and the Beanstalk — Libretto by Marcy Telles, Music by Jason Sherbundy
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The complete works of William Shakespeare in Kindle format, free to download and use.
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Supplemental prose materials (biographies, criticisms) now contain paragraph indentation on all works. Apart from two works which contain line spacing instead. However all works now clearly distinguish paragraphs to make it easier for the user to read.
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The Comedies of William Shakespeare.
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•As You Like It. (Illustrated)
•Comedy of Errors. (Illustrated)
•Love’s Labour’s Lost. (Illustrated)
•Measure for Measure. (Illustrated)
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•Henry IV, Part 1. (Illustrated)
•Henry IV, Part 2. (Illustrated)
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•Henry VI, Part 1. (Illustrated)
•Henry VI, Part 2. (Illustrated)
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The Poems of William Shakespeare.
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John has written three epics for Lancaster Dukes Promenade Seasons – Tales of King Arthur, Jungle Book and The Three Musketeers, and several pieces for/with young people at Manchester Youth Theatre and M6 where he was also Resident Writer.
The City Mouse and the Country Mouse
War Horse Play Script Downloads Pc
The City Mouse and the Country Mouse from K I D S I N C O based on the classic tale by Aesop
The classic tale of two cousins, who live very different lives. They both explore life in the country and the city and each learns that things are not always as they first seem.
Cast of 3 required