Santa's Zombie Apocalypse

Recommended for High Schools and Middle Schools

Santa's Zombie Apocalypse

by Bradley Walton

Santa is trapped by zombies and two reindeer fawns are determined to save the day.

 About 80 minutes

Times given are approximate and do not include intermissions/scene changes/breaks


 24
24 Any Gender, plus optional extras. Can be done with a cast of 9.


Simple set


 67 pages

Comedy Holiday

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When Santa is trapped by zombies (who have somehow gotten into the North Pole toy shop) two reindeer fawns are determined to save the day. But as they make their way through the toy shop encountering wayward zombies and stranded elves, they learn that saving the day is not as easy as it sounds. And it’s certainly not like any video game they’ve ever played. And why is that zombie eating a doll’s head?

Optional multimedia elements turn this play into a live-action video game. The script also includes suggestions for multilingual performers and gender-neutral casting. Ideal for middle school and high school performers.

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