Dreidel – Jewish Children’s Plays


jewish children's plays

A lovely Jewish children’s play set around the festival of Chanukah. A grandparent tells his young granddaughter, Rachel the story of a miracle, that occurred when he was just eight years old. It tells how he accidentally broke his Dreidel that he had carefully made for Chaunkah, and how he was unable to get clay to make another. Until a miracle happened.

Production History:

OnStage Atlanta, Decatur, GA (2011)

Neighborhood Playhouse, Decatur GA (2005)

Read more about award winning playwright Evan Guilford-Blake. Other plays by Evan Guilford-Blake.

Author: Evan Guilford-Blake

Genre: Jewish Children’s Play

Type: Short one act play

Length: 15 minutes

Number of actors: Five, 2M 2F 1M/F

Ages of the actors: Two older(or made up) one middle aged(or made up) and two children

Suitable for: Children round eight years old

Set: Simple. Just a chair and possibly other decorations in a room

Level of Difficulty: 7/10 – getting the characters right

Read a Sample of the Script

Cost is $6

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License Dreidel for production

Copyright © 2005, 2008 as an unpublished dramatic work by

Guilford-Blake Corp

Like this play? Read some of our other children’s plays:

A fairly tall adventure – full length children’s adventure story

Adevntures of Mojoe and Snowy in Lochloosa – short children’s play

A manger Carol – nativity play for kids

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