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  A Caterpillar’s Tale

Children by Carlos Perez

Periwinkle, a curious caterpillar, feels compelled to find out what happens when caterpillars climb up the Great Tree –and never return! He decides to follow grumpy Thistle, who seems to be next to do the climb, but Periwinkle encounters some big obstacles he must overcome, including evading the clutches of a black widow spider. Meanwhile, on the ground, Periwinkle’s worried “family,” Sepia and two boisterous babies, escape their own predators, vicious wasps and a praying mantis, along with a comical pair of hungry flies. Finally, Thistle emerges from his coc...



39 pages. Flexible cast of 8 to 15. Min: 1 m, 1 w, 6 flexible
changing-clothes

  Changing Clothes

Musical by Patricia K. Hill

Style gurus Treon Habillement and Lucy Keltone are the hosts of Christian reality TV makeover show “Changing Clothes.” They are filming a special episode and call Patricia Churchlady on stage. She is flustered and excited (“OMG, It’s Me!”). Lucy and Treon have observed Patricia’s style, and their secret video clips with family, friends, and co-workers are projected on the large screen. This is more than a wardrobe revamp, however, and Patricia balks. But Treon and Lucy challenge Patricia to accept change (“Let Go”). She wavers (“The Way I Am”), but finally ag...



38 pages. 3 m, 4 w, chorus of 16, doubling possible
hold-the-christmas-presses

  Hold the Christmas Presses!

Christmas by Craig Howard

What does Christmas really mean in the heart of the average person? That is what news reporter Vicki Huffman is assigned to find out and her story will be featured in the paper’s Christmas edition. She needs to interview a number of people from different walks of life to try to come to some consensus about this special holiday. She is assisted by her friend Elisabeth, who already has a good handle on what Christmas is about, as well as a young papergirl who touches the hearts of everyone in the office and beyond. She even melts th...



40 pages. 4 m, 4 w, and 1 teen
mystery-of-the-missing-magi

  Mystery of the Missing Magi

christmas comedy by Brian Sylvia

Detective Vic Torious is called to the home of famed archaeologist, Dr. Zeke N. Yeshalfind, who is hosting his annual Christmas dinner party for a few close friends and co-workers. During the party, he suddenly notices that his priceless 15th-century Nativity set is missing one of the magi. He demands that everyone remain there until Detective Vic Torious arrives. It is now Vic Torious’ task to discover who “moved” the missing magi. After the suspects have been questioned, the audience will vote for who they think did it. The epilogue, delivered post-intermis...



44 pages. 4 m, 5 - 6 w
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  Annual Meeting of the Bethlehem Animal Historical Society

Christmas by Mollie Ottenhoff

It’s the greatest story ever told! Well, sort of…. Grade school student Miley accidentally ends up at the annual meeting of the Bethlehem Animal Historical Society. The animals are retelling the story of a miracle night witnessed by their ancestors thousands of years ago in Bethlehem. Only, as they begin to act it out, Miley realizes they may have some of the details and focus wrong. Can Miley help them understand the real meaning and importance of that fateful night?  The animals are shocked to find out the peacock is not the star, the donkey doesn’t win a m...



19 pages. Gender-flexible cast of 12 (with ensemble opportunities)
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  Christmas at the Library

Christmas by Karen Jones

T’was the night before Christmas and all through the library it was quiet, until Tom and Huck wander from their book seeking a new adventure! Opening the cover of “Alice in Wonderland,” the boys are shocked by a rabbit hopping out, quickly followed by Alice. Trying to catch the rabbit leads to more books being knocked open, and they are soon joined by Dorothy Gale from “The Wizard of Oz,” St. Nicholas from “’T’was the Night Before Christmas,” Mrs. March from “Little Women” and old Scrooge with Marley from “A Christmas Carol.” The confused characters try to ma...



20 pages. 6 - 11 m, 3 - 4 w, 1 flexible, doubling possible