5 to 14m., 4 to 11w., up to 6 either gender. (Can be performed with as few as 8, plus one child.)
Dick Whittington, a penniless orphan, arrives in London having heard there's a street paved with gold. Cast aside and laughed at, a rich merchant takes pity on Dick and offers him a job. Unfortunately, his housekeeper hates the boy and houses Dick in a rat-filled attic. When a stranger gifts Dick a cat, his luck changes. Can a cat inspire love, loyalty, friendship and the spirit of giving? Learn More
Young Audiences | Middle School | High School | College and Adult | Family (all ages) | Senior Adults | Praise Groups
3m., 3w., doubling possible, extras as desired.
A teenage inventor, the only son of Santa Claus, is reluctant to take over the family business. Junior puts more faith in his technological inventions than in good old-fashioned Christmas magic, much to the chagrin of his father. But, when a sudden drop in Christmas spirit renders Santa incapable of making the great ride, Junior must take the reins and learn the true meaning of Christmas in time to save the day. Learn More
Young Audiences | Middle School | Family (all ages)
9m., 11w., extras.
This musical adaptation has wonderful roles for everyone: Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary; Tom-Tom, the Piper's Son; Jack and Jill; Little Miss Muffet; Wicked Uncle Barnaby who runs the toy shop (and his comic-ruffian assistants, Roderigo and Gonzorgo) and can turn children into dolls and sell them for gold; and lovable Jane and Alan who are his next victims. Learn More