Animal Farm by Ian WooldridgeGeorge Orwell’s 1945 satire on the perils of Stalinism has proved magnificently long-lived as a parable about totalitarianism anywhere—and has given the world at least one immortal phrase: “Everyone is equal, but some are more equal than others.”This new dramatization sticks very closely to the book, and the production has toured all over England, Scotland, Wales and Romania in Orwell’s centenary year. “Dare I say it . . . as good as the book.”—Guardian
A Play Written Script for Animal Farm
Jones, who had not much concern for his poor farm animals. Animals sorrowfully doing work in the farm Narrator: One evening, when Mr. Jones had retreated for the day, Old Major, the oldest and wisest of the animals, called for a meeting to announce something important. Old Major: Comrades, so few us will ever come to know the blessing of old age as I have. You, Porkers, dont you know that in your prime all that awaits you is the chopping board?!
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Narrator: The harvest has begun, and all the animals were working to help bring in this years crop and hay. They had to work hard, because the tools were designed for human use and not for animals. The pigs were in charge, of course, and were finding a way to avoid all obstacles. Boxer to Clover : Lets get to work here! Clover: Yes, lets! Narrator: So, with that, Boxer and Clover hooked themselves up to the cutter and the horserake to begin harvesting the fresh hay. Snowball: Gee up, Comrade!