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Trolls Stole the North Pole – Musical Christmas Play

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In this musical Christmas play, the trolls decide to steal the ‘North Pole’ and switch it with the very similar looking ‘South Pole’ (It’s literally a pole) That way, Santa’s workshop won’t get any vital deliveries he needs to make presents this year and everyone on earth will be forced to buy the Troll’s toys instead.

What will Santa do? How will he save the day? Or will his wife do it?

A lovely funny play for the holidays for the whole family. TROLLS STOLE THE NORTH POLE was first produced on November 24, 2012 at the Secret Rose Theatre in North Hollywood, California. It ran for seven weeks, through January 6, 2013.

This play is a musical and the music for the play is available through Off the Wall Plays as well.

Author: Art Shulman

Genre: Musical Christmas Play, play for the holidays

Type: Two act musical

Length: 75 minutes

Cast: Twelve, 6M 6F.

Ages of the actors: Children to adult

Suitable for: The whole family

Set: A stage with a pole on it saying ‘North Pole’ on the one side and on the other side, a similar ‘South Pole.’

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – fun lines that need to be delivered quickly to get the humour across.

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Cost is $7 for this Editor’s Choice script

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© Copyright 2013 Art Shulman

Like this play? Other plays for the holidays

Call of the Riled – short skit for Thanksgiving
Holiday shorts – collection of plays for the holidays
A Manger carol – funny nativity play


Enter Love – Modern Musicals

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Enter Love is a musical about the nature and vicissitudes of romantic relationships in the first decade of the 21st century. It is set in an international airport, located in a large city somewhere in the mid-west. The production consists of a series of encounters—with dialogue and music—that take place between an assortment of couples and individuals at various locations—arrival and departure concourses, waiting lounges, baggage check, a coffee shop, restaurant, observation deck, and the central location, a bar—in the airport.

During the course of the production the audience witnesses various manifestations and stages of romantic relationships as the characters pass through on their way from one flight to another, and many times from one delayed, canceled, or redirected journey to another, or the continuation of a relationship full of, as pilots like to say, “Chop.”.

“Enter love”….was first on stage at Civic Theatre in Lafayette, IN and then at the Quest Theatre in Chicago, Illinois. This show started out as  cabaret production at the Cabaret in Indianapolis, IN and it grew into a more complete musical of vignettes set in an airport which provided opportunity for couples and strangers to interact.  

The author will allow workshopping but not a complete rewrite of the script.

Author: Lynn Lupold

Genre: Musical

Type: Two act plays

Length: 90 minutes

Number of actors: Thirteen, 13 7F 6M

Ages of the actors: 20’s- 50’s adult

Suitable for: All ages

Set: A basic set for the production would require some background scrims or screens which could also be used as projection screens for visual backgrounds that could be easily and quickly modified during the production to suggest the different venues within the airport; the staging should include at least two or three set levels, and appropriate and sufficient lighting to transform the stage and set into the various spaces.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – weaving romantic intrigue and interspersing with comic performances

Read a Sample of the script

Cost is $6 for this previously staged play

Cost is $4 for the score alone

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Copyright April 2014 Lynn Lupold and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Have a look at out other musicals

The Wizard of Odd – pantomime wizard of Oz
Santa’s Holiday – South African Christmas Play
Shriek – Panto for teens up