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3 to 10m., 3 to 15w., 1 to 11 either gender.
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This online theatrical event is designed to be rehearsed and performed on Zoom. These 12 delightful scenes range in tone from sweet and silly to heartfelt to poignant. Dealing with life during the holidays, everyone can relate to what these characters are going through. From a famous reindeer in therapy because of his nose, to a soldier sending a holiday message home, to Hanukkah struggling to find meaning in the Christmas blitz, this show can be reordered, trimmed, cut and adapted to YOUR audience. Just because we can’t be together doesn’t mean we can’t have Christmas, Virtually.Learn More
A Dickens Carol re-imagines the story of Scrooge from Dickens’ point of view. It’s 1842 Victorian London, and Dickens has become embittered towards life. In a way, he has become a bit of a Scrooge, a character he has yet to even create! But on a cold Christmas Eve, his fortunes take a turn when a train crash sends Dickens into the icy Kent river. There, he is visited by three spirits who lead him on a journey that transforms his life and inspires him to write his most celebrated work ever. Learn More
It is Christmas Eve and everyone in London is finding merriment in the season except for the miserly Ebenezer Scrooge. This musical adaptation of Charles Dickens’ classic tale strips the story down to its essence while adding 17 songs that speak to the heart and to the holidays. It follows the transformation of a man of business into a person who truly understands that mankind is his one and only business. Learn More
It is December of 1818 in the small Austrian village of Oberndorf bei Salzburg. Now in the midst of a blizzardy cold winter, an assistant priest and a poor schoolmaster strive to lift the spirits of the congregation. But the already ailing church organ is destroyed through a misunderstanding by the schoolmaster’s autistic son, who then runs away from home. In the midst of this turmoil, the schoolmaster and priest come together to produce the world’s most beloved Christmas song, “Silent Night.” Learn More
The Charitable Sisterhood is back, and they're getting ready for Second Trinity's annual Christmas show, but they're having trouble staying focused because someone has stolen the baby Jesus figure from his place in the nativity scene. Will the show go on, and what kind of show will it be? The fun doesn't let up until the hilarious revelation at the show's climax, which leaves the audience and the sisterhood filled with the very best spirit of the Christmas season. Learn More
In this adaptation of the classic film, George Bailey stands on a bridge contemplating suicide on Christmas Eve. A guardian angel intervenes and helps him realize how many lives he has touched, how many people he has helpedand that he has been a success, after all. Learn More
On Christmas Eve, during a snowstorm, a group of strangers are trying to reach their destinations in time for the holidays. When engine trouble on their train forces them to disembark and take shelter at a small depot, the former strangers begin to bond as they realize the memory of this night will be a gift to remember. Learn More
As the huge Christmas party with the whole family nears, suddenly everyone is on their best behavior. The husbands, the wives, even the kids. Everybody is being good…too good. Is it possible to be TOO good? This party has more intrigue behind it than a whole host of spy novels and all the traditional Christmas standbys are utilized as the family tries to throw A Good Old-Fashioned Big Family Christmas. Learn More
In this extremely creative, kid-friendly adaptation of the Charles Dickens' classic, The Ghost of Christmas Past (a surfer dude), the Ghost of Christmas Present (a beautiful spirit with an attitude) and the Ghost of Christmas Future (an eerie figure in white) help young Eben Scrooge to discover the true meaning of Christmas. Learn More
The original Dickens story is all here in this familiar tale told as a radio drama onstage, complete with sound effects and music cues, minimal costuming and a simple set. The storyteller begins, transforming into the mean and stingy Ebenezer Scrooge as he speaks. Throughout, the storyteller remains in the Scrooge characterization as the other actors narrate in their natural voices while assuming new voices and dialects, becoming every character in the tale.