The Three Little Pigs Reimagined

For a school project, CJ had to design a set for a production of The Three Little Pigs. CJ being CJ, he insisted on reimagining the classic story and making a statement. He wrote a new narrative, printed and cut money, created miniature Pride protestor signs and turned my disco-ball-shaped cup into a house that could withstand any wolf’s huffing and puffing. CJ’s thoughtfulness and hard work paid off when he aced the assignment.

He’d like to share his work with you…

The Three Little Pigs in 2019 (by CJ Duron)

Once upon a time, there were three little pigs.

One little pig lived in a house made out of money because all he cared about was money and keeping his money. He didn’t want to give it away or use it to help other people.

One little pig lived in a house made out of a disco ball that used to hang at place that had a drag brunch. He lived in the disco ball house with his husband and their son who was a drag queen named Pinky Punch.

And, one little pig lived in a house made out of hate signs because she didn’t believe in equality and wanted everyone to know it.

When the big bad wolf came to the house made out of money, he huffed and puffed and blew the house down.

When the big bad wolf came to the house made out of hate signs, he huffed and puffed and blew the house down.

When the big bad wolf came to the house made out of a disco ball, he huffed and puffed but the house was solid and filled with love and couldn’t be blown down.

The wolf realized that he couldn’t blow the disco ball house down. The only reason he was sad and angry and blowing peoples’ houses down was because his parents didn’t accept him for who he was.

Later, the wolf became good friends with the gay couple and their son. He now stays with them in the disco ball house for a safe and accepting environment.

The End



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25 Responses to The Three Little Pigs Reimagined

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  2. Beautiful video and vision for our world. Thank you CJ.

  3. Ellen says:

    This was amazing!! So creative and such a beautiful take on this old story!!

  4. Katie says:

    I have never possessed that much creativity or imagination. Love it!

  5. Jocelyn says:

    Love this.

  6. Rita Rudloff says:

    Love it. Way to go CJ for your originallity and thinking outside the box.

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  8. TaraLee says:

    Wow, that is awesome!

  9. Dawn says:

    Absolutely BEAUTIFUL – He is SO wise beyond his years.

  10. AMY says:

    Best story! Thanks for sharing.

  11. dawnautom says:

    Dear CJ,
    That was a very inventive idea and excellent rewriting of a fabal to make a very adult point, excalent job dear 😀.


  12. Lynn says:

    Absolutely Awesome!!!

  13. harriet neal says:

    mahvelous story, dahlink! keep up the wondaful writing.

  14. Christina Sherwood says:

    Warms my heart (especially in these uncertain times) your family has found an educational environment to nurture creative thinking and hard work. As these next generations come up I hope all children have the same opportunity.

  15. Nancy says:

    Fabulous job CJ. That was awesome and gets an A+ in my book!

  16. nwheremn1965 says:

    Well done CJ great job awesome story. I love the way you re-i vented the story to send a message about current affairs.

  17. Lisa Allen says:

    I love it!!! Great job!

  18. Donna West says:

    What a wonderful story, CJ, with lots of great lessons!

  19. Pamela Baer says:

    love, love, LOVE!!!

  20. Absolutely brilliant!! (In more ways than one – giggle). What a beautiful job you’re doing raising CJ. It’s not easy raising agents of change.

  21. Laura McCarthy says:

    We all should be living in disco-ball houses with a loving, safe, and accepting environment. I especially liked that the always maligned wolf was eventually understood and accepted. Great lesson, CJ!

  22. Kathleen says:

    Oh my goodness, that is amazing!!! You can tell he put a lot of thought into it. Way to go CJ ❤
    When my daughter was that age she had to make a castle. She was all excited, thinking of those fancy castles with turrets. Nope, it was basically a hut with a fence. We're at Dollarama looking for supplies when I found plastic farm animals.
    "Kait, do you want farm animals for your castle?"
    "Because they used to keep them between the wall and that hut so, if there was a siege, they could still eat."
    "Okay, that sounds good."
    Go forward a week and Kait's presenting. The teacher asked why she added animals. Her answer? "My Mom made me".

    Anyhow we love them no matter how much they leave us hanging at school or if they wow the teachers LOL.

  23. Great story! Thanks CJ

  24. Monica says:

    That was absolutely divine!

  25. Chrystal says:

    Way to go, CJ! I love it!

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