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Christmas in July: Two Holiday One Act Plays

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Christmas in July: Two Holiday One Act Plays

by Mrs. Evelyn Merritt

Two Christmas plays. Baby New Year rearranges the calendar in Christmas in July. Christmas is in jeapordy in What do you do when the elves have the flu?

Simple Set


 36 pages

Comedy Holiday Student Directors Young Audiences
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Now the holidays are complaining,
Their days have gone awry
The New Year has some explaining,
To do: who, what, where, and why?

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This Book is a Collection of 2 Plays

Christmas in July
A new year has begun. Last Year has handed off the calendar to the New Year and is ready to hit the beach. The New Year is nervous but ready for the challenge. But something goes terribly wrong. Summer starts in November, Easter's in February and Christmas is in July! The calendar days are all in a tizzy. The New Year better fix this mess and fix it quick before Father Time gets involved.

20 Any Gender. Approx. 20 minutes long. Rights: $25.00, Script Distribution License: $45.95

What do you do when the Elves have the flu?
Do you know what to do when the Elves have the flu? I haven't a clue, I wish I knew! And this is no ordinary flu. It's Elven flu. The Elves can't eat, they can't sleep and they certainly can't work. And with Christmas around the corner, how will the toys get made? How will this sickie scrape get solved?

6 W 10 Any Gender. Approx. 20 minutes long. Rights: $25.00, Script Distribution License: $37.95

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