The Snow Show

Recommended for High Schools and Middle Schools

The Snow Show

by Lindsay Price

A character driven tobaggan ride through every experience you've ever had with snow. Wish for a snow day, make a snow angel, catch the first snowflake.

 About 30 minutes

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


 12
4 M | 8 W, Expandable to 7M 13W


Simple Set


 28 pages

Comedy Vignettes

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"There is the Grand Canyon of difference between 'Yes, I can ski' and 'Yes, I can ski Smelly Dogface.'"

Cross your fingers and toes for six more weeks of winter. Stick your tongue out to catch the first snowflake. Wish for a snow day. Make a snow angel. Stand at the top of the most intense, intimidating ski hill 'cause those girls said you were cute.

Love snow, hate snow, never seen snow, this play is for you. Whether you live in Juno or San Francisco, Toronto or Orlando, your audience will get frostbite for The Snow Show.


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