Pictures from the recent Jack and the Beanstalk play in Murfreesboro

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Sergeant Spick and Corporal Span ask the King to pay them their wages in a scene from the Murfreesboro Parks & Rec. Sunshine Players production of Jack and Beanstalk. photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
The Giant’s spy, Fleshcreep, tries to collect the Giant’s tax from Jack’s mom, Dame Trot in a scene from the Murfreesboro Parks & Rec. Sunshine Players production of Jack and Beanstalk. photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
A young villager attempts to pull King Arthur’s sword from the stone in a scene from the Murfreesboro Parks & Rec. Sunshine Players production of Jack and Beanstalk. photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
After trading beans for Jack’s cow Daisy, the evil Fleshcreep leads Daisy away in a scene from the Murfreesboro Parks & Rec. Sunshine Players production of Jack and Beanstalk. photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
Jack climbs to the top of the beanstalk and makes it to Cloudland where the Vegetable Fairy gives him the armor to help fight in a scene from the Murfreesboro Parks & Rec. Sunshine Players production of Jack and Beanstalk. photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
Jack’s brother, Silly Billy, puts on a mask to try and scare the Giant’s wife but the only problem is she like’s monsters in a scene from the Murfreesboro Parks & Rec. Sunshine Players production of Jack and Beanstalk. photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
The dreaded Dragon turns out to be friendly and a great dancer in a scene from the Murfreesboro Parks & Rec. Sunshine Players production of Jack and Beanstalk. photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
Dame Trot is appalled by the King’s forward advances in a scene from the Murfreesboro Parks & Rec. Sunshine Players production of Jack and Beanstalk. photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
The Princess Melanie leaves clues behind to help Jack rescue her in a scene from the Murfreesboro Parks & Rec. Sunshine Players production of Jack and Beanstalk. photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
The Giant’s wife, Mrs. Blodwyn Blunderbore, make’s the Giant’s prisoners cook for the Giant in a scene from the Murfreesboro Parks & Rec. Sunshine Players production of Jack and Beanstalk. photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
Dame Trot defeats Fleshcreep in a scene from the Murfreesboro Parks & Rec. Sunshine Players production of Jack and Beanstalk. photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
Dame Trot and the audience kids help drag a defeated Fleshcreep off to the castle mote in a scene from the Murfreesboro Parks & Rec. Sunshine Players production of Jack and Beanstalk. photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
Giant Blunderbore and Jack fight to the death in a scene from the Murfreesboro Parks & Rec. Sunshine Players production of Jack and Beanstalk. photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
Giant Blunderbore and Jack fight to the death in a scene from the Murfreesboro Parks & Rec. Sunshine Players production of Jack and Beanstalk. photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
Silly Billy and Daisy the cow celebrate being back together in a scene from the Murfreesboro Parks & Rec. Sunshine Players production of Jack and Beanstalk. photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
Jack the Giant killer and Princess Melanie marry in the final scene from the Murfreesboro Parks & Rec. Sunshine Players production of Jack and Beanstalk. photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.​

The Murfreesboro Parks & Rec. Sunshine Players continue to produce excellent plays. These pictures are from the production of Jack and the Beanstalk. The photos are by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.

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