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The Masked Singer

Since we’re stuck with the masks, why not write a dinner around it? A new plague has come to the kingdom: the Black Breath! So, everyone has to wear masks until the source can be discovered. And since everyone is wearing masks, the Queen has decided to hold a singing contest, with the singers being unmasked at the end. Who knows: a show like that could take off ….

Carol of the Belles

2 Male, 5 Female, 1 M/F, and Extras

The Queen has had a falling out with her Southern cousins, but the King has invited them to dinner. Fiona can’t find enough butter to keep up with the Southern dishes, and the Christmas Belles are singing some strange carols. Lightly-interactive with a fun shout-out to our Southern friends, bless your little hearts.

Shakespeare’s Shorts – Merry Wives of Windsor

Cast size: 2 Male, 2 Female, and 1 M/F

Sir John Falstaff plots to earn fast money through seduction and blackmail. He does not have the looks for seduction nor the woman to blackmail.

Silent Night

2 Males, 2 Females, 7 M/F, and Extras

Goodman Brassworks has made the King a new jousting helmet. They also made the bell in Saint Basil’s Belfry, so when Sir Clapper hit the King’s noggin during a joust, the King is hearing nothing but constant ringing. It’s beginning to take its toll. And it’s anything but a silent night around the castle. If it doesn’t get quiet, then more than a few people may be asking for whom the bell tolls. This script is easy to produce, has flexible casting, and is highly-interactive with the audience.

The Twelve Days of Christmas

3 Male, 3 Female, and 4-9 Extras (M/F)

Why is someone singing “Come on Get Happy” in a pear tree?  Why are three hens wearing little French maid outfits? And why do eight maids need more cow bell?  The answer is that Duke Dimm is giving Princess Anne a gift for each day of the twelve days of Christmas.