The Grandpa’s Nativity Story…
This nativity play is set in an excited children’s bedroom on Christmas Eve, when Grandpa settles the children to sleep by reading the traditional nativity to them as a bedtime story. With the exception of the introductions that Grandpa reads for each scene, it is written entirely in rhyme, including the narration, and the 22 (some optional) speaking parts.
This nativity play…….
Tells the traditional, bible based nativity in a fun way
Includes a ‘pantomime style’ villain in Herod
Is blended with the excitement of a modern Christmas Eve
Can (optionally) include Santa/ St Nicholas
Uses short, rhyming speaking parts (averaging 2 to 4 lines) to make everyone feel special.
Whilst flexible and adaptable for ANY SIZE CAST (smallest reported to date is 9, and the largest 150), the script is written with 22 speaking parts and….
- Is all held together with a rhyming narration.
- The traditional story is read by Grandpa
This makes last minute changes much easier to accommodate.