Are putting on a holiday show, or are you looking for a fun ‘rainy-day’ project with your class? Give students this list and let them choose their own!
6 characters. 7 pages in length. Approximately 5-10 minutes running time. An adaptation of the beloved classic tale written by Andy Pavey.
18+characters, flexible casting. 5 minutes running time. Cute repetitive story for young actors (ages 6-10). Includes extras! (3 credits.)
7 minutes long. Parts for 15-30 students. Winter animal story best for younger students. Includes production notes, extension activities and study guide. (3 credits.)
31 hilarious letters to Santa to use as mini-monologues or as part of a holiday variety show! Ages 8 and up.
11 characters; 4F, 2M, 5 Either; 6 pages in length. Approximately 5-10 minutes running time. A comedy/mystery for children written by Andy Pavey.
4 characters; 2M, 1F, 1 Either; 7 pages in length. Approximately 5-10 minutes running time. A Christmas comedy for children written by Janice Scully.
6-15 characters. 6 pages long. Approximately ten minutes running time. A story-telling play for children adapted from his original winter tale by award-winning playwright, Evan Guilford-Blake.
10 minutes running time. 10 characters, flexible casting. Hilarious short holiday play by playwright Wade Bradford.
11 characters. 4 pages in length. Approximately 5 minutes running time. A rapid-fire adaptation of a Christmas favorite written by award-winning playwright, Barbara Henderson.
22+ characters. 5F, 16M, 1+ Either; 22 pages long. Approximately 20-25 minutes running time. A comic re-telling of ‘A Christmas Carol,’ written by Quinn Baldwin and Kyle Frederick.
2 characters. 1F, 1M. 12 pages in length. Approximately 10-15 minutes running time. A dark comedy for teens and adults written by Corrina Bryant. (Contains some mature themes and one swear word.)
8 characters; 3F, 4M, 1 Either; 4 pages in length. Approximately 5 minutes running time. A theatrical adaptation of the Christmas poem for children written by Andy Pavey.