Happily Forever After


A Musical for Kids about The Kingdom of God.

“Let the little children come to me … for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these.” – Jesus, Mark 10:14


Knights! Castles! Princesses! Dragons! Join Princess Pride, Sir Brags-a-lot, and their curious band on an amazing trek in a very faraway land.

When the Carpenter from another kingdom brings the troubling news that their castle (built far away from the King), is actually built on sand and will not withstand the coming storm, they hesitantly choose to follow him as he has promised to show them this “better Kingdom,” and assures them he’ll take them “all the way, and will never leave them.”

Encountering troubles, temptations, and some very funny characters along the way, ultimately their narrow road to “The Shining Kingdom” seems hopelessly blocked by the Dragon Doom. But the seemingly-simple Carpenter steps forward to fight the dragon on their behalf, and vows that “even if you hear that I have died slaying the dragon, don’t fear — my Father has promised I’ll be victorious, and see you safely home!”

Powerful gospel message — amazingly cool songs — the hippest tracks. Available from the finest choral music dealers.

Approximate Performance Time

45 minutes

Cast List/Character Descriptions

There are 16 speaking roles and 5-10 non-speaking roles available for casting in Happily Forever After. Any of the roles may be played by a boy or a girl with only slight name and gender modifications in the script. The indications below show how we recorded them on the demonstration recording. Many roles could be played by older youth or adults.

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NameCharacterGenderWhat They’re Like ...No. of Scenes
BrookeA young girl on a castle tourGirlShe is full of enthusiasm and energy, never afraid to say what is on her mind. Her bubbly personality is evident in all she does. Major role.9
The CarpenterThis kind man is more than just the simple carpenter he appears to
be. In fact, he is really a prince.
BoyHe shows great love, patience and humility to those around him. Major role.
Princess PridePrincess in the castleGirlShe is quite concerned with her appearance. She has little care for anything but herself, as the story progresses, she begins to see things a little differently. Major role.7
Sir Brags A LotDaring KnightBoyHe is always ready to impress others with tales of his daring feats. He is rather conceited and seeks attention for himself, but he too slowly comes to see things another way. Major role.7
Page OneEager new assistant to Sir Brags A LotBoyHe is in awe of his new master and follows him like a puppy. He is quite friendly and easygoing. Major role. Can be a younger child.8
Lady WindabagA friend of Princess PrideGirlShe likes to talk and can sometimes be a complainer. She shares Princess Pride’s love for clothes and such.
Madam LuxureeA friend of Princess PrideGirlLike Princess Pride, she too loves material things. In fact, so much so, that she is willing to part from her friends to go back to the “easy” life she enjoys.3
Sir Court LeeA friend of Sir Brags A LotBoyHe is a gentleman in every sense of the word. He is jealous of Sir Brags a Lot and finds his stories to be...well, unbelievable.7
Sir BurlymanA friend of Sir Brags A LotBoyHe is one tough guy and is a friend of Sir Court Lee. They share the same skepticism of Sir Brags A Lot’s exploits.7
Fee FeeKeeper of the toll bridgeGirlShe is the “bossy type.” One scene only.
Count Ze CoinsJust as his name implies, he is all about making money.BoyHe is a friendly, but greedy man, with his own interests up front. One scene only.1
Vacation DadBrooke’s fatherBoyQuite caught up in history and old castles, he tends to forget this is a vacation due to his interest in the tour he is taking, but he does love his family! Few lines.2
Vacation MomBrooke’s motherGirlShe is tender-hearted, and is trying to keep the peace in the family she loves dearly. Few lines.2
DanielBrooke’s younger brotherBoyHe likes to use his imagination and pick on his older sister. Should be a younger boy, full of energy.2
Tour GuideA typical tour guideGirlShe is all about keeping the interest of the tourist at the castle.2
KnightKnightBoyHe is serious, well meaning knight who is guarding the narrow road. One scene only.1
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