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Who? - By Dave Corbett

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Media/Arrangement: Printed Book
Category: Nativity Musical Play - Musicline
Order Code: MEWWHO01


‘I bought Dave Corbett's 'Who?' to perform as our Junior Christmas Play. I chose it because the songs were so varied and the children really enjoyed learning and singing them, it was easy to choreograph dances because the songs were so different. Also, there were not too many words for the children to remember. For the song 'In the town of Bethlehem', two of the boys volunteered to sing a duet for one part and the parents were in tears. It is a lovely play with some pantomime and up to date TV themes, but also with the traditional Christmas theme reminding us of what Christmas is actually about.’  - SH, KS2 Teacher, UK.

Product Description

Two time travellers, Doctor When and Doctor What, arrive from the future at our Christmas time. They visit a store, a pantomime, a cracker factory and a turkey farm trying to discover what Christmas is all about. Eventually they travel even further back in time to discover a very special baby.

Who? is a Christmas production with a fun time travel theme which is particularly appealing to older boys. Its uplifting songs are sure to inspire pupils and get the audience tapping their toes!

Easy to stage and teach with flexible cast size to suit your group numbers, from 23 actors upwards and any number of chorus parts (ideal cast size 49, minimum possible cast size 23). Separate CDs of vocal and backing tracks and Performance/Rehearsal piano score (Grade 5/6 Standard) also available.

Extensive production notes are included in the script. Ideal for a whole small school or drama group with uplifting, inspiring songs and a time travel story line that's appealing to all pupils. Easily constructed and manageable props. Suitable for Key Stage 2 (age range 7-11).

Approximate Duration: 40 minutes



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