A Christmas Carol: A Live Radio Play - VIRTUAL CLASSROOM SCRIPTS

A Christmas Carol: A Live Radio Play - VIRTUAL CLASSROOM SCRIPTS From the novella by Charles Dickens music by Kevin Connors, adapted for the stage by Joe Landry

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Holiday Play with Music
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75 - 90 minutes
2 f, 3 m (5-41 actors possible: 2-18 f, 3-23 m)
Set: Unit set. A radio studio, circa 1946.

VIRTUAL CLASSROOM SCRIPTS allow teachers to quickly and easily get scripts in the hands of students. Immediately after purchase, a standard PDF script is emailed to the purchaser, which can then be distributed to students. In a matter of minutes, you and your students will have scripts at your disposal.

The Charles Dickens holiday classic comes to life as a live 1940s radio broadcast, complete with vintage commercials for fruitcake (extra-fancy), and the magic of live sound effects and musical underscoring. A handful of actors bring dozens of characters to the stage, as the familiar story unfolds: Three ghosts take Ebenezer Scrooge on a thrilling journey to teach him the true meaning of Christmas. A charming take on a family favorite that will leave no one saying "Bah Humbug!"

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Standard Edition $175

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VIRTUAL CLASSROOM SCRIPTS allow teachers to quickly and easily get scripts in the hands of students. Immediately after purchase, a standard PDF script is emailed to the purchaser, which can then be distributed to students. In a matter of minutes, you and your students will have scripts at your disposal.

The Charles Dickens holiday classic comes to life as a live 1940s radio broadcast, complete with vintage commercials for fruitcake (extra-fancy), and the magic of live sound effects and musical underscoring. A handful of actors bring dozens of characters to the stage, as the familiar story unfolds: Three ghosts take Ebenezer Scrooge on a thrilling journey to teach him the true meaning of Christmas. A charming take on a family favorite that will leave no one saying "Bah Humbug!"

  • Holiday Play with Music
  • |
  • 75 - 90 minutes
  • 2 f, 3 m (5-41 actors possible: 2-18 f, 3-23 m)
  • Set: Unit set. A radio studio, circa 1946.