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PAGEANTS AND CHRISTMAS PLAYS


THE CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS

The Christmas story told– in rhyming couplets – by children, from the children’s’ point of view. A unique view of the familiar story.


THE CHRISTMAS VISIT
6 W or M
One set – interior of a shop
Forty minutes

The shoemaker learns that Jesus is going to visit the shop, but the distractions of interruptions by some children, a derelict, and an old person, leave no time for preparation. Perhaps He didn’t come at all? Then He reveals that He is present in every person in need.

COMMENTS: One of our best. Can be performed by, and for, young or old.


CONSTANCE THE SHOEMAKER

A Christmas pageant introduced by Constance, who tells the story from the point of view of the footwear of the participants! A unique way to look at the Christmas story. Uses traditional carols.


FIVE KINDS OF CHRISTMAS
See details under "Young Audiences"


A PAGEANT OF ANGELS

The Christmas story as seen from the point of view of the angels who announce it. Original songs.


A SETTING OF CAROLS

A very simple Mummer’s Play – an informal Medieval assemblage of dialogue, dancing, juggling… whatever might be presented in celebration of Christmas, as a group of singers gathers and intersperses various acts between songs. Two speakers of dialogue, plus shepherds, wise men, animals, and angels.

WAITING FOR CHRISTMAS
See details under "Young Audiences"