Муниципальное автономное учреждение
«Центр детского творчества «Юность»
«Charlie and the chocolate factory»
по мотивам книги Роальда Даля
педагог дополнительного образования
Сценарий постановки «Чарли и шоколадная фабрика» на английском языке предназначен для постановки в детском коллективе, возраст участников которого 13 – 17 лет (7 – 11 класс). Дети должны владеть английским языком на достаточном уровне (pre-intermediate, intermediate), чтобы справиться с поставленной задачей – сыграть на сцене данный спектакль. Роли ребят из толпы и умпа-лумп можно доверить ребятам младшего возраста (5-7 класс).
Цель создания постановки – развитие лингвистических способностей учащихся через участие в творческом процессе работы над спектаклем, обогащение их словарного запаса.
Сценарий может быть использован педагогами английского языка, работающими с детьми среднего и старшего школьного возраста, педагогами дополнительного образования.
Charlie and the chocolate factory
Willy WonkaVeruca Salt
Mike TeaveeAugusta GloopViolet BeauregardeShopkeeper
Charlie The factory I usually see on my way here… Is it really true that Wonka’s Chocolate factory is the biggest in the world?
Grandma Josephine True?! Of course it is true! Good heavens, didn’t you know that? It’s fifty times as big as any other!
Charlie And is Mr Willy Wonka really the cleverest chocolate maker in the world?
Grandpa Joe My dear boy, Mr Willy Wonka is the most amazing, the most fantastic, the most extraordinary chocolate maker the world has ever seen! I thought everybody knew that!
Charlie I knew he was famous, Grandpa Joe, and I knew he was very clever…
Grandpa Joe Clever! He’s more than that! He’s a magician with chocolate! He can make anything – anything he wants! Isn’t that a fact my dear?
Grandma Josephine Absolutely true. Just as true as can be.
Grandpa Joe But he never comes out! The only thing that comes out of that place are chocolates and sweets. They come out through a special door in the wall, all packed and addressed, and they are picked up every day by Post Office trucks.
Charlie But Grandpa, what sort of people are they that work in there?
Grandpa Joe My dear boy, that is one of the great mysteries of the chocolate-making world. Nobody knows.
Charlie But that`s absurd. Hasn`t someone asked Mr Wonka?
Grandpa Joe Nobody sees him any more. We know only one thing about his workers. They are very small!
(They switch on the TV)
Willy WonkaListen to the greatest news ever?!
I, Willy Wonka, have decided to allow five children – just five, mind you, and no more – to visit my factory this year. These lucky five will be shown around personally by me, and they will see all the secrets and the magic of my factory. Then, at the end of the tour, as a special present, all of them will be given enough chocolates and sweets to last them for the rest of their lives! So watch out for the Golden Tickets! Good luck to you all, and happy hunting!
Grandma Josephine Grandpa Joe Happy birthday!
Grandma Josephine The thing to remember is that whatever happens, you’ll still have the bar of chocolate.
Charlie Yes, I know.
Grandpa Joe Just forget all about those Golden Tickets and enjoy the chocolate. Why don’t you do that?
Grandma Josephine Open it, my dear. Please, open it. You are making me jumpy.
Charlie slowly starts opening the bar. No Ticket…
Charlie No Ticket
Grandpa Joe Well – that’s that! It’s just what we expected.
Charlie Here, Granny, have a bit. We’ll share it. I want everybody to taste it!
Grandpa Joe Grandma Josephine Certainly not! No., no! We wouldn’t dream of it! It’s all yours! (leaving)
Walking along the street Charlie finds a coin and brings it to the shop.
Charlie One Wonka’s chocolate bar.
Charlie eats the bar very quickly and grabbed another one.
Shopkeeper You look like you wanted that one, sonny. Take it easy, you`ll have a tummy-ache if you swallow it like that without chewing.
Then he buys another one.
Charlie I think, I think… I’ll have just one more of those chocolate bars.
Shopkeeper Why not? (gives another bar and sees the ticket appearing from the cover)
Charlie Oh, look! It`s a golden ticket.
Shopkeeper It’s a Golden Ticket! You’ve got a Golden Ticket! You’ve found the last Golden Ticket! Hey, would you believe it! Come and look at this, everybody! The kid’s found Wonka’s last Golden Ticket! Somebody call the newspapers quick and let them know! Watch out, sonny! Don’t tear it as you unwrap it! That thing is precious!
Customer 1 (shouting) Where is it? Hold it up so all of us can see it!
Customer 2 There it is, there! He’s holding it in his hands! See the golden shining!
Customer 3 How could he manage to find it, I’d like to know? I’ve been buying twenty bars a day for weeks and weeks!
Customer 4 (enviously) Think of all free sweets he’ll get! A lifetime supply!
Customer 1 (laughing) He’ll need it, he is too thin!
Customer 2 Listen, I’ll buy it from you. I’ll give you fifty pounds. How about it, eh? And I’ll give you a new bicycle as well. Okay?
Customer 4 Are you crazy? Why, I would give him two hundred pounds for that ticket! Do you want to sell that ticket for two hundred pounds, young man?
Shopkeeper That’s quite enough of that! Leave the kid alone! Let him out! (to Charlie) Don’t let anybody have it! Take it straight home, quickly, before you lose it! Run all the way and don’t stop till you get there, do you understand? (Charlie nods) I’m awfully glad you got it. Good luck to you, sonny.
Charlie Thank you. (Staying alone he starts reading what is written on the Golden ticket.)
(reading) Greetings to you, the lucky finder of this Golden Ticket, from Mr Willy Wonka! I shake you warmly by the hand! Many wonderful surprises await you! I, Willy Wonka, will show you around the factory myself, showing you everything that is there to see, and then you will be escorted home by a procession of large trucks, loaded with countless amount of delicious things. On the first of February you must come to the factory gates at ten o’clock sharp in the morning. Don’t be late!
The children are waiting in front of the factory gates,
people around are watching and talking
Onlooker 1 There’s Violet Beauregarde! That’s her all right! I can remember her face from the newspapers!
Onlooker 2 And you know what? She’s still chewing that old piece of gum she’s had for three months!
Onlooker 3 Who’s that girl?
Onlooker 1 That’s Augusta Gloop!
Onlooker 2 So it is! Fantastic!
Onlooker 3 Who is the kid over?
Onlooker 1 That’s the Mike Teavee! He’s the television fan!
Onlooker 2 He must be crazy!
Onlooker 3 The one I want to see is Veruca Salt! She’s the girl whose father bought up half a million chocolate bars!
Onlooker 1 Yes, he gives her anything she wants! Absolutely anything! She only has to start screaming for it and she gets it!
Onlooker 2 Dreadful, isn’t it?
Onlooker 3 Shocking, I call it!
Onlooker 1 Which one is Charlie Bucket?
Onlooker 2 Charlie Bucket? He must be that skinny little boy standing by the old man. Very close to us. Just there! See him?
(The crowd becomes suddenly silent. All eyes are fixed upon the gates.)
Onlooker 3: There he is! That’s him!
(everybody sees Willy Wonka)
Willy WonkaWelcome, my little friends! Welcome to the factory! Will you come forward one at a time, please!
Augusta GloopI’m Augusta Gloop.
Willy WonkaAugusta! My dear girl! How good to see you! Delighted! Charmed! Step through the gate!
Veruca Salt My name is Veruca Salt.
Willy WonkaMy dear Veruca! How do you do? What a pleasure this is! I’m so glad you could come! Please, go in!
Mike Teavee and Violet Beauregarde Mike Teavee! Violet Beauregarde!
Willy WonkaOverjoyed to see you! Step forward!
Charlie Charlie Bucket.
Willy WonkaCharlie! Well, well, well! So there you are! You’re the one who found the ticket only yesterday, aren’t you? Yes, yes! Just in time, my dear boy! I’m so glad! I’m so happy for you! And this? Your grandfather? Delighted to meet you, sir! Overjoyed! All right! Excellent!
Charlie and Grandpa Joe come to the stage.
Charlie How lovely and warm!
Grandpa Joe I know. And what a marvelous smell! The smell of roasting coffee and burnt sugar …
Charlie And melting chocolate and mint and violets…
Grandpa Joe And crushed hazelnuts and apple blossom…
Charlie And caramel and lemon peel! Isn’t it wonderful? Hasn’t everything here got a wonderful taste, Grandpa?
Grandpa Joe I could eat the whole field! I could go round like a cow and eat every blade of grass in the field! (пытается опуститься на колени, но Чарли удерживает его.) Внезапно Чарли замечает человечков
Mr Willy WonkaThe grass you are standing on is made of a new kind of soft, minty sugar. I`ve just invented it. You can try it. Please, do.
Augusta GloopI want to try. (eating) Oh, delicious!
Charlie What is it? It is moving! These are little people! Can you see them, Grandpa?
Grandpa Joe (excitedly) I see them, Charlie!
Charlie But who are they? Are they real people?
Willy WonkaOf course they are real people! They are Oompa-Loompas.
There the Oompa-Loompas who were sitting quietly stand up and dance and sing their song. В конце танца они разворачивают коричневую ткань и начинают покачивать её так, будто это течёт шоколадная река
Veruca Salt I want an Oompa-Loompa! I want an Oompa-Loompa right away! I want to take it home with me! (Grandpa Joe укоризненно качает головой) Пока она кричит, Augusta забирается в шоколадную реку.
Grandpa Joe Augusta! Don’t do that!
Willy WonkaOh, no! Please, Augusta, please! I beg you not to do that. My chocolate must be untouched by human hands!
Augusta GloopThis stuff is fabulous! Gosh, I need a bucket to drink it properly!
Willy WonkaAugusta! You must come away. You are dirtying my chocolate!
Augusta GloopHow tasty it is. Strawberry, raspberry, vanilla…
At this moment Augusta starts drowning.
Augusta GloopHelp! Help! Help! Fish me out!
Oompa-Loompas заворачивают его в коричневую ткань и уносят со сцены.
Willy WonkaKeep calm! There is no danger whatsoever! Augusta has gone to a little journey, that’s all. But she’ll come out of it just fine, you wait and see. And now I want to show you something unusual!
На конце сцены появляются два Oompa-Loompas, которые держат в руках коробку с тремя разноцветными кнопками.
Willy WonkaHere we go! Hurry up, everybody.
This is the most important room in the entire factory. All my most secret new inventions are cooking here. Now, listen to me. No touching and no tasting! Is that agreed?
Children Yes, yes. We won`t touch a thing.
Willy WonkaWatch! (раздаются странные щёлкающие звуки, потом они смолкают)
Mike TeaveeYou mean that’s all?
Willy WonkaThat’s all. Don’t you know what it is?
Violet BeauregardeBy gum, that’s gum! It’s a stick of chewing gum!
Willy WonkaRight you are! It’s a stick of the most amazing and fabulous gum in the world! This gum is my latest, my greatest, and my most fascinating invention! It’s a chewing gum meal! There is a whole three-course dinner in one chewing gum. No plates! No washing up! No rubbish! This piece of gum has tomato soup, roast beef, and blueberry pie!
Violet What do you mean, it’s tomato soup, roast beef, and blueberry pie?
Willy WonkaIf you start chewing it that will be your menu. It’s absolutely amazing! And it fills you up! It satisfies you! It’s terrific!
Mike TeaveeIt’s impossible!
Veruca Salt It`s incredible!
Violet Just so long as it is gum. Just so long as it’s a piece of gum and I can chew it, then that’s for me! (she quickly took her own chewing gum out of her mouth and stick it behind her ear) Come on, Mr Wonka, hand over this magic gum of yours and we’ll see if the thing works.
Willy WonkaI would rather you didn’t take it. You see, I haven’t got it quite right yet. There are still one or two things…
Violet I want the gum. (хватает жвачку и запихивает в рот)
Violet Fabulous! It’s tomato soup! It’s hot and creamy and delicious!
Willy WonkaStop! The gum isn’t ready yet! It’s not right!
Violet Of course, it is tight. It`s working beautifully.
Willy WonkaSpit it out!
Violet It’s changing! The second course is coming up! It’s a roast beef! It’s tender and juicy!
Willy WonkaNo, no, no, no, no! It isn’t ready for eating! It isn’t right! You mustn’t do it!
Violet Blueberry pie and cream! Here it comes! Oh, my! It’s perfect!
Появляются Oompa-Loompas с разноцветной тканью и начинают обматывать Violet.
Violet I feel strange!
Grandpa Joe The girl is turning blue and purple all over! Even her hair is changing colour!
Willy WonkaIt always goes wrong when we come to the dessert. It’s the blueberry pie that does it. But I’ll get it right one day, you wait and see.
Charlie Mr Wonka, will Violet Beauregarde ever be all right again?
Willy WonkaShe will be purple. A fine rich purple from head to toe. That`s what comes from chewing disgusting gum all day long.
Mike TeaveeDisgusting? Why do you make it in your factory?
Willy WonkaAll right, stop here for a moment and catch your breath. Whatever you do, don’t go into THE NUT ROOM! If you go in, you’ll disturb the squirrels!
Veruca Salt Squirrels!
Mike TeaveeOh, my God.
Willy WonkaThese squirrels are specially trained for getting the nuts out of walnuts. There! Look! Watch that squirrel nearest to us! I think he’s got a bad one now!
Mike TeaveeWhy use squirrels, why not use Oompa-loompas?
Willy WonkaNoone can do this job better than squirrels do.
Veruca Salt Hey, I’ve decided I want a squirrel! Get me one of those squirrels! All I’ve got at home is two dogs and four cats and six rabbits and three canaries and a green parrot, and a turtle and a bowl of goldfish and a cage of white mice and a silly old hamster! I want a squirrel!
Charlie Oh, you have a lot of pets. I am sure your dad can buy you a squirrel.
Veruca Salt I don`t want any old squirrel. I want a trained squirrel.
Willy WonkaThey are not for sale! You can’t have one!
Veruca Salt Who says I can’t! I’m going in to get myself one this very minute!
Она порывается зайти в комнату, в это время Oompa-Loompas хватают её и утаскивают за сцену.
Willy WonkaI have never seen anything like it! The children are disappearing like rabbits! But you mustn’t worry about it! Shall we move on?
Charlie Mike Oh, yes!!!
Mike TeaveeMy feet are getting tired… I want to watch television.
Willy WonkaHere we go! This is the Testing Room for my very latest and greatest invention – Television Chocolate!
Mike TeaveeBut what is Television Chocolate?
Willy WonkaGood heavens, child, stop interrupting me! It works by television. Well, watch this! I shall now send a bar of my very best chocolate from one end of this room to the other – by television! Get ready, there! Bring in the chocolate!
Вносят кусок шоколада и отправляют его через экран телевизора?
Grandpa Joe Oh, it’s absolutely fantastic! It’s… it’s… it’s a miracle!!!
Mike TeaveeAnd what about people? Could you send a real person from one place to another in the same way?
Willy WonkaA person? Are you crazy?
Mike TeaveeBut could it be done?
Willy WonkaGood heavens, child, I really don’t know… I’m pretty sure it could… of course it could… it might have some very bad results! No, no, no, no!!!
В это время Mike Teavee залезает в телевизор, где его хватают Oompa-Loompas и утаскивают за сцену. Затем они выбегают на сцену и танцуют танец.
Willy WonkaWhich room shall it be next? Come on! Hurry up! We must get going! And how many children are there left now?
Grandpa Joe But Mr Wonka, there’s… there’s only Charlie left now
Willy WonkaYou mean you are the only one left?
Charlie Why, yes… Yes.
Willy WonkaBut my dear boy! That means you’ve won! Oh, I do congratulate you! I really do! I am absolutely delighted! It couldn’t be better! How wonderful this is! Well done, Charlie, well done! How I love my chocolate factory! Do you love it too, Charly?
Charlie Oh, yes! I think it’s the most wonderful place in the whole world!
Willy WonkaI’m very pleased to hear you say that. And now I shall tell you why. You see, my dear boy, I have decided to make you a present. As soon as you are old enough to run it, the entire factory will become yours.
Grandpa Joe But… but.. why you want to give your factory to little Charlie?
Willy WonkaListen! I’m an old man. I’m much older than you think. I’ve got no children of my own, no family at all. So, who is going to run the factory when I get too old to do it myself? So I have to have a child!
Grandpa Joe But Mr Wonka, do you really mean that you are giving the whole of this enormous factory to little Charlie?
Willy WonkaAnd all his family! They can all live in the factory from now on! They can all help to run it until Charlie is old enough to do it by himself!
Charlie Oh, we are going to the most wonderful place in the world!
Grandpa Joe You are right, Charlie. The most wonderful place in the world!