The Christmas Dream (A musical play for children)
Tired of her class's bad behavior, a teacher writes to Santa to tell him the children don't deserve Christmas gifts. Meanwhile, in the Toy Factory, Rudolph has developed a nasty cold and not all the presents can be delivered on Christmas Eve. Will the badly behaved school children really miss out this year? Or can Rudolph recover in time? Find out in this delightful children's play. More
In, School, the Teacher is so cross with the bad behaviour of his/her Class that he/she decides to write a letter to Father Christmas/Santa Claus, saying that some of the children don’t deserve any Christmas presents.
The children are employed in Father Christmas’s Toy Factory but soon discover that Rudolf has taken ill and cannot pull the sleigh on Christmas Eve. Therefore some children will not receive presents!
The Christmas Family need to find a cure for Rudolf very quickly and rush to the Pharmacy. They receive a bewildering Prescription which is eventually revealed to everyone in the Toy Factory and Rudolf is cured! But how did the children discover that it had really been a bad dream ---or had it?