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A Tale of Two Bethlehems
By: Rachel DvorakADD TO WISH LIST
Script: $5.50  more info
First Performance Royalty: $40.00  more info
Each Additional Performance: $40.00  more info
Limited Video Rights: $5.00  more info
Limited Streaming/Broadcast Rights: $20.00  more info
Extra Streams: $0.20  more info
Running Time: 40 minutes
Speaking Cast: 4 females, 5 males, 1 either, 10 total cast
Flexibility: 5-10 extras, doubling possible, gender flexible
Bible verses: Luke 2:7-18, Luke 1:77-78
What a Christmas Eve. When Brian works overtime and comes home tipsy, that’s it—his fed-up family goes to church without him. Alone, Brian trips and bumps his head. Suddenly, he’s in an ancient marketplace—but thinks he’s at a biblical re-enactment in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. An inquisitive lost child follows him everywhere, chattering constantly. Brian desperately wants to go home and just thinks David is really staying in character. He reluctantly accompanies the boy to the shepherd’s fields to search for his parents. There, they are wonderstruck at a host of brilliant angels singing! When they overhear that David’s Aunt Mary had a baby, they tag along with the shepherds—and seeing the infant, the miracle of Christmas pierces Brian’s heart. When he comes to back in the 21st century, he realizes “peace on earth” begins at home. A heartwarming holiday show about family and forgiveness that merges life’s problems with God’s promises, then and now.

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