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CHRISTMAS COMES TO LICKETY-SPLIT
A Western for children and teens
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CHRISTMAS COMES TO LICKETY-SPLIT
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Running Time: 20 minutes
Speaking Cast: 8 females, 5 males, 13 total cast
Bible verses: John 3:16, Luke 2:1-20, Romans 3:23
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Synopsis
Yee-haw! Round up the cowboys and cowgirls—it's a Western minus the guns, violence or even a saloon. Lickety-Split is such a sleepy little—well, cow town—that the jail is downright dusty. Its residents are busy with their Christmas preparations when a series of robberies puts everyone in a dither! Gone are a gee-tar, a can of beans, a shawl, a sweet 'tater pie and one red sock. Could it be the notorious Corn Puddin' Gang? Yep, and the stolen goods are presents for persnickety Ma, who just wants ham, eggnog and fruitcake. Then, through a setup game of hide 'n seek, the items resurface and the sheriff nabs the Gang. The youngsters tell the criminals about the Christmas baby. He's for everyone, good or bad. Ma gets the feast she craved and more as the townsfolk befriend her—and the "bad guys" lose the bad! The cast gets to wear snazzy Western duds and talk "cowboy." It's a toss-up who'll have more fun—the young performers or the audience!
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