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Number of Pages: 86
Vendor: David L. Winters
Publication Date: 2017
|Dimensions: 9.02 X 5.98 X 0.18 (inches)|
Five Christmas Plays comes with stage directions, settings and recommended music where appropriate. The author has written and staged Christmas plays for more than ten years. He knows what works and what doesn't. This plays are entertaining and contain gentle comic relief.
Christmas Play 1 - The Singing Trees
Mimsy Watters gets carried away with planning the perfect Christmas for her extended family. With help of four singing/talking Christmas trees, everyone learns the true meaning of the holiday.
Christmas Play 2 - I'll Be Late for Christmas
Joanie and her two daughters get worried when Dad's Army deployment goes on longer than expected. Wise-cracking waitress Maddie and a heavenly visitor get Joanie back on the right track and teach important lessons about faith.
Christmas Play 3 - Christmas Prayer of Forgiveness
Single-Mom Marcella struggles to raise her little Trina after her husband disappears. Grandma and Grandpa focus their efforts on giving Marcella and Trina a terrific Christmas in spite of the curve balls life has thrown them. It takes a very special homeless person at the library to teach Marcella what forgiveness is all about.
Christmas Play 4 - The Christmas Cabin
Years ago, Beverly and Bill wisely invested in a Cabin getaway. With their two daughters, the Cabin has served them well as a special "family-only" sanctuary. This Christmas, traditions get turned on their ear when Bill brings an unexpected guest and everyone must quickly adjust.
Christmas Play 5 - Grandma Louise's Christmas Miracle
The family is all together for Christmas when Grandma Louise decides to tell one of her exciting missionary stories from long ago. Little Paris likes the story, but is thrown into a funk because she believes her Christmas miracle is an impossibility. When a very special St. Nick shows up on Christmas morning, everyone learns about the importance of leaving our happy endings up to God.