4 m, 5 w, 2 flexible, 1 girl and extras
No one loves Christmas more than Chrysanthemum Parker. As she and her grandma Gertie are discussing plans for a possible Christmas celebration show, Sheriff Gideon Gumption arrives to say that escaped convict Jedediah Thornside may be in the area. Jedediah actually is in the area with his partner-in-crime, Belinda Burnheart. They’ve concocted a sinister plan to swindle the town away from its current deed holder, the sheriff himself, and cancel Christmas! Through a series of blunders, Sheriff Gumption falls for their scheme and the town now belongs to the vill...
6 adults, 2 children
The angel Gabriel has enough on his mind with lining up the Savior’s birth. He’s appeared before Mary, arranged for the Heavenly Hosts, and even ensured it will be a clear night for Jesus’s birth. All he needs to do now is figure out a plan to notify the whole Earth about the birth of the Christ child. Suddenly, Adele, Lyric and Rachel burst into Gabriel’s office complaining about the two hooligans. Hark and Harold are at it again, screaming like banshees rather than singing, creating an unexpected meteor shower, and running off to create more shenanigans. Wh...
5 m, 4 w
In 1933 the Depression had taken the merriment from the holidays. After a private party cancels, diner owner Mabel decides to stay open on Christmas Eve. That’s a good thing for a gangster, two thespians, and an out-of-town couple who wind up in a small diner just to get out of the cold and warm up with a hot cup of coffee. But when an inept robber takes them hostage these strangers find a Christmas miracle. This heartwarming holiday comedy tells an offbeat story of down-and-out strangers discovering the joy of Christmas at gunpoint. About 45 minutes.
3 m, 4 w, 3 flexible
Just sit right back and you'll see a tale of a fateful trip, with seven familiar passengers, but with a few new twists! The castaways are stranded on a deserted island after their 3-hour cruise aboard the S.S Anchovy ends with all of them being shipwrecked. There are no cars, no lights, no iPads, no Facebook. It's primitive as can be. What may be worse than the lack of comforts is the sad fact that the marooned passengers are unable to celebrate Christmas properly. How can you decorate a palm tree? Can you achieve a white Christmas with sand instead of snow? ...
9 m, 6 w, 5 children
The year is 1860. It is winter in Maine, a brutal season. The folks who haven’t already left Prophyte Harbor, a small village on the coast, haven’t seen a supply boat in months. They’re on the verge of running out of food and fuel, including oil for the lighthouse lamps which could ensure the safe arrival of a critical supply ship. Meanwhile, the few survivors from a small island that has been devastated by influenza, are seeking refuge on the mainland. During a fearsome storm at sea, they arrive at a port at night, led there by a light from a figure swinging...
3 m, 6 w, 13 flexible, 14 or more kids
Starlight Inn – a small, quaint hotel with a lot of charm, but not a lot of guests – is struggling to make ends meet. In fact, business has been so bad that on this snowy Christmas Eve, Emily – the owner – has decided to finally break the bad news to the staff: The inn is about to be sold to a local condo developer and torn down. As they lament the impending doom of their beloved hotel, a major snowstorm hits the area, forcing travelers to pull off the road and seek shelter. Suddenly, the hotel has to make room for several unexpected guests: a newlywed coupl...