Star Gazing- This 45 minute Christmas story is done by two camels, Camille and Clyde, who are the “stars” of the Christmas pageant. It’s not just the story of Christ’s birth, but also His death. When Camille discovers what the 3 gifts represent, she doesn’t want to be part of the pageant anymore. But Clyde shares the importance of Jesus coming and also His birth. There is humor mixed in with the narrator, Al Einstein, as he also discovers the reason for Jesus coming to earth. It is presented with special lighting effects.
During this 45 minute presentation of the Christmas Story, the audience is transported to Heaven, where the angels are on alert for the birth announcement of God’s Son, Jesus. Dressed as angels, the puppets present the angel’s eye witness account of the day God sent His Son to earth. With some humor in the script, there is a definite message of salvation presented. Suitable for all ages and the audience will leave singing.
The Christmas County Spelling Bee
A 45 minute presentation of a “different” spelling bee, the names of Jesus. The contestants are all winners, as each one who is eliminated becomes a character in the Nativity Pageant. The last winner will be either Mary or Joseph. However, the ending is a surprise to all in the Spelling Bee. The music is uplifting and helps everyone remember the various names of Jesus. What a wonderful way to present the Christmas Story. Appropriate for all ages.
Christmas at Bethlehem Gulch
In this 45 minute show, children arrive at Bethlehem Gulch, thinking they will spend their Christmas vacation at a horse ranch. Little do they know that they will learn about the Christmas Story in an unusual way. This presentation is definitely a knee slapping one for all to see. The salvation message is strong and the presentation a lasting one. Appropriate for all ages.
Miracle on Main Street
The children in town decide they want to do the Christmas pageant in the center of town, by the courthouse. However, the Mayor says it is election year and he is interested in the votes and it would also tie up the traffic. So the answer is, “no”. But the children are determined to share the true meaning of Christmas with the town and decide to go house to house asking people to contact the Mayor. They approach 2 houses and are turned away. At the third house, a young mother whose husband is away in the military, encourages the children that they should do the pageant and share the true meaning of Christmas with the town. She promises to call the Mayor. (She happens to be the Mayor’s daughter). The Mayor changes his mind and allows the Christmas pageant to happen and asks if he can be in the pageant next year. The children experience a “MIRACLE” in this 45 minute presentation.