Eloise - The self appointed leader of Apronwood and all of its inhabitants. She can be over-confident, obnoxious and often rude. She is an excellent problem solver and is very good at coming up with what you could call 'creative' ideas.
Elisia - Eloise's right hand woman. Always faithfully backing Eloise's every idea and doing her best to play her part in both the town of Apronwood and also in the group of mothers. She has a secret of which she is deeply ashamed, that she fears her friends will eventually discover.
Estella - The last of the Popular mothers of Apronwood group. While she is often thought of as being a few cakes short of a bake off, Estella is deep down a good person. She is also a source of great humour with a very 'unique' view on life and the events of the play.
Patience - Eloise's daughter. Determined to follow in her mother's footstep. Patience has taken control of a group of her own within Apronwood and does her best to make life difficult for anyone who is different to her.
Prudence - Elisia's daughter. While Prudence follows Patience she sometimes wonders if she would be a better leader of the group. Prudence however shares the same secret as her mother.
Penelope - Estella's daughter. It has been said that Penelope has the IQ of a peanut butter sandwich (with the crusts off to boot) and shares her mother's 'unique' view on life and the events of the play.
Ernestine Van Hoozer - Married to Englebert and the mother of Pippa. The Van Hoozer's have only recently moved into the town of Apronwood and Ernestine and her family are having a very hard time fitting in.
Englebert Van Hoozer - The husband of Ernestine and the father of Pippa. Englebert has only recently moved to Apronwood with his family and is the only man left in the town (not that he would have noticed). Englebert is a very excitable but easily distracted person much to Ernestine's annoyance.
Pippa Van Hoozer - The new girl in town. Pippa has recently moved to Apronwood with her parents Englebert and Ernestine and is finding it very difficult to make friends. Pippa also has a very severe case of head lice which causes problems for her throughout the play.
Ivy Shambitt - A curious girl. Ivy has no eyes and no tongue and therefore cannot speak or see. Despite this Ivy has an amazing gift with the magical way she can use sounds.
The Beast - A terrifying beast living in the swamps of Apronwood. The beast has two tongues, four eyes, is hairy and above all terrifying.
The Chorus - The narrators of the story. The chorus often steps into roles within the town throughout the play even though they know exactly what is going to happen.