A Bugz Christmas
The bugz are back and ready for the annual Christmas program infestation! The carpenter bees have built the sets, and the silk worms have made the costumes. OH, NO! The termites just chewed up the Christmas tree decorations and ate the lights! (gasp) See how some special little guests light the way to a grand finale of “The Twelve Bugs of Christmas!” Designed for young perormers in Grades K-3 this musical show features 5 original songs in a variety of musical styles, easy rhyming dialog with 45 speaking parts adaptable to casts of varying sizes, and teaching objectives linked to the National Standards for each song. Simple movement, staging and costume tips are also provided to help stage a successful performance! Approximate time is 20 minutes.
North Pole Musical
Auditions are underway for the 400th Anniversary of North Pole Musical, and everyone is in a panic! The dancing Reindeer are “hoofin’ it,” but don’t know what to do with Rudolph and his 4 left hooves. The elves are tired of always getting the short end of the stick, and are singin’ the blues. The snowmen are “chillin’” but worried about the funky hot lights, and the toys are trying to do the entire Nutcracker Suite in 3 minutes! The annual Christmas show keeps getting bigger and bigger each year. But, wait a minute! Is bigger really better? See how Santa finds a way to remind everyone of the true meaning of the season. This sensational 35-minute holiday revue features seven original songs in a variety of musical styles, choreography and helpful production guide, and a script with 26 speaking parts and adaptable cast list for groups of varying sizes, and teaching objectives linked to the National Standards for each song.
Old Man Winter’s Icicle Follies
Every year before Santa’s big day, Old Man Winter presents a Holiday Spectacular at the North Pole called Old Man Winter’s Icicle Follies, complete with song, dance, snow, tinsel, and glitter. The audience is treated to some boogie-woogie by the Reindeer, a slippin’ and slidin’ partner song with the Elves, a fun and showy march by the Snowmen and their kazoos, and an energetic ’60s-infused finale. The most special guest of all, Santa Claus, stops by. This show can be filled with your own choral performance numbers, having Old Man Winter introduce your choir as guests on the show. This format allows you to adjust the length of the show to fit your performance needs.