Fairy Fables

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Fairy Fables
Storyline Twee tells a story about a prince bringing croissants to a princess, but the Bog Bad Wool (typo Big bad Wool) gets in the way.
Premiere November 21, 2008
Characters Twee, Prince Redhood, Big Bad Wool, Grumpunzel.
Music Fairy Fables Music
Background Fairy Fables Background

Fairy Fables is a comedy at the Stage. It is a mixture of the fairy tales Red Riding Hood and Rapunzel.



Image Name Info Stage Description Clothing

Twee Costume Trunk.PNG
Twee Twee is a storytelling fairy, and she narrates the play. She is the only character who isn't a parody of a fairy tale character. "A magical storyteller who thinks that everything is better in twos. You never know quite what will happen in Fairy Twee's library!" Fairytails, Twee's Costume, and Twee's Wings
Prince Redhood Costume Trunk.PNG
Prince Redhood Prince Redhood is a prince taking croissants to a hungry princess. He is a parody of Little Red Riding Hood. "He's not just the bravest prince in the land, he's the ONLY prince in the land!" Prince Redhood's Costume, Prince Redhood's Hat, and Red Cape
Big Bad Wool Costume Trunk.PNG
Big Bad Wool Big Bad Wool is a sheep who loves croissants; in the story, he attempts to take some from Prince Redhood. He is a parody of the Big Bad Wolf. "You'd better watch out for the Big Bad Wool! This sheep would like 3 bags full... of croissants that is." Big Bad Wool Suit and Big Bad Wool Hooves
Grumpunzel Costume Trunk.PNG
Princess Grumpunzel Grumpunzel is a princess of disgruntled temperament. In the story, she complains when the prince brings her croissants instead of cookies. She is a parody of Rapunzel. "Probably the grumpiest princess you've ever met. This diva has really long hair and a really short temper." Grumpunzel's Dress and Beautiful Braid


A storyteller named Twee tells a story about a Prince named Prince Redhood bringing croissants to a princess (Grumpunzel). On the way to the Princess an evil sheep known as the Big Bad Wool attacks them and blows all the trees down in an attempt to get the croissants as he is very hungry.

Redhood uses a unicorn coming down from the sky as a distraction and escapes from the Big Bad Wool to continue on to Grumpunzel's castle. When he gets to the castle, Grumpunzel is in la -la-land and Redhood throws a snowball at her to wake her up. Redhood throws a snowball at her which wakes her up but all she can do is complain that she wanted cookies so Twee puts her back to sleep. At the end Redhood and the Big Bad Wool share the croissants.


Twee: Once upon a time a prince was dressed all in RED...
Redhood: Red?! Are you sure? It's not really my color.
Twee: Don't interrupt! I said he was all dressed in RED!
Redhood: Oh. All right, then. What a lovely day!
Twee: He was taking croissants to a hungry princess.
Redhood: Golly, I hope she like pastries.
Twee: But suddenly, something jumped out of the trees!
Redhood: Oh no! A scary looking sheep!
Big Bad Wool: BAA! I am the Big Bad Wool and I'm hungry!
Redhood: What great big teeth you've got!
Big Bad Wool: All the better to eat croissants with!
Redhood: No chance, Woolly! They're for the princess.
Big Bad Wool: BAA! Then I'll huff and I'll puff...
Twee: And the Big Bad Wool blew all the trees down.
Redhood: Oh no! What am I going to do?
Twee: You need to distract the sheep, of course!
Redhood: Oh yes. Look over there!
Big Bad Wool: A unicorn flying through the sky? BAA-zaa!
Redhood: Aha, now I can escape!
Twee: Finally the prince arrived at the castle.
Redhood: Now I will climb up Grumpunzel's long hair.
Twee: You'll have to make do with a ladder.
Redhood: If I must...
Grumpunzel: La la la la...
Redhood: She's totally lost in la-la-land. What do I do now?
Twee: Throw a magic snowball at her, of course!
Redhood throws a snowball at Grumpunzel
Grumpunzel: Oi! What do you think you're doing?
Redhood: Princess! I've brought you some croissants!
Grumpunzel: Croissants? I asked for COOKIES!
Redhood: Guess they don't call her Grumpunzel for nothing
Twee: I think she should go back to la-la-land. ZAP!
Big Bad Wool: BAA! Excuse me! I'm really hungry here!
Twee: Well there are plenty of croissants to go 'round.
Redhood: You'd better not wool them all down at once.
Twee: And they lived happily ever after. THE END.

Twee Gives a Tour Of The Stage[edit]

Twee: Welcome to my Tree of Twos!
Twee: Let me show you around a bit.
Twee: I love my books. I have two of every one.
Twee: See my boombox? It has two speakers!
Twee: I wanted two unicorns, but I ran out of glue.
Twee: I tried to have two princes in this play, too.
Twee: This is my chair, made of two types of wood!
Twee: And the pond took me two days to make!
Twee: Hope you liked the tour. Enjoy the play!

Exhibition history[edit]

Start End
November 21, 2008 December 12, 2008
June 12, 2009 July 9, 2009
January 8, 2010 February 12, 2010
September 12, 2010 October 8, 2010
September 14, 2011 October 19, 2011
May 16, 2012 June 13, 2012
September 11, 2013 October 9, 2013
June 4, 2014 June 18, 2014


Award Category Result
Penguin Play Awards 2009 Best Overall Play Nominated
Best Sound
Best Effects
Best Costume Won
Best Set Nominated
Penguin Play Awards 2010 Best Overall Play Nominated
Best Sound
Best Effects
Best Costume
Best Set




  • This stage play has a story book, which also tells the same story as the script.
  • It won the Penguin Play Awards 2009 for "Best Costumes".
  • Grumpunzel is a mix of Rapunzel and Rumpelstiltskin.
  • In the book The Big Bad Wool says "A flying unicorn on Thursday? BAA!" In the play "on Thursday?" was taken out.
  • You can unlock a blue wand on Twee's page by pressing the boomboxes middle behind the chair.
  • This, along with Underwater Adventure, are the only plays with two Wigs.
  • This play was a nominee for the 2010 Penguin Play Awards.
  • Cadence said this is her favorite play.
  • There is currently a glitch that has music from "The Twelfth Fish". The glitch needs to be fixed.

Names in Other Languages[edit]

Language Name
Portuguese Contos de Fábulas
French Les Fables Enchantés
Spanish Cuentos de Hadas
German Die Märchen-Fee
Russian N/A