Lothar Malmberg's The Sultan’s Treasure
The story is told of a kind, rich ruler who is dieing and must pass his wealth on to his sons. The treasure is to be divided up in a specific manner. The problem is that the jewels may not be damaged or altered in any way!
How are they to overcome this dilemma! The ruling of the kingdom can not continue until this problem is solved.
You invite your audience to participate, to find the solution, in this very ancient puzzle. If they solve it – FANTASTIC! They are drawn in and engaged. If they don’t solve it - FANTASTIC! They are still drawn in and engaged.
Together, you solve this archaic puzzle and all is right with the kingdom. This then allows you to either:
- continue with the evening’s program or
- bid everyone a warm and fond “good night”.
A great story to introduce your audience to the evening’s entertainment or to close your show and warmly say good-bye.
Easy to perform and self-working. This allows you to spend time with the story and engaging your audience in participating in its solution.
What You Receive:
- an aged, wooden box to hold the treasure
- an assortment of jewels for the puzzle
- a good luck charm/talisman
- a rich, velvet cloth to display the jewels upon
- the story outline and workings