Pantomime: Dick Whittington (including performance rights)
The main item on this site is the pantomime Dick Whittington, which I had originally written for the Second Erfurt Symposium for Teaching English as a Second Language in the primary school. For this reason, the pantomime contains many discrete pedagogical features, but as we performed this pantomime at Erfurt to a more sophisticated audience, I included a narrator’s role with a very high register and constant use of irony. Music containing adapted songs plays an important role and there is also an (optional) element of dance. This would only affect four songs written in the twentieth century, but they can also be omitted without harming the essential features of the pantomime.
The fee includes performance rights and the rights to make appropriate alterations such as when the pantomime dame (here: the cook) refers to contemporary events. The problems with the Greek economy, for example, are still current, but may not be in the future.