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Title: Once Upon A Christmas Light
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Voicing/Format: Performance Pack
Publisher: Glory Sound
Catalog #: 35016141
Description: Udn5000 Price: $49.95
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** Stanton’s Staff Selection - 2008 **
It is the very first Christmas Eve ever, and Stellar the smallest star of all, is dutifully doing her job of preparing the stars at Galaxy Productions for another bright and starry night. Super Nova and Grandioso, the two heads of Galaxy Productions appear and announce that they have heard on the Greatest Authority that tonight is the night our Holy Savior will be born. They will be holding a “star search” to determine which star is worthy of lighting the sky above the manger on this, the greatest night of all. After many dramatic twists and turns we learn that through the love and light of God we can all be the brightest and the best! With a flexible cast size, minimal staging requirements, simple costuming and 6 unison songs, Once Upon a Christmas Light is sure to inspire your cast of shining stars and congregation with its profound and moving message. Performance Time: 30 minutes. Grades K-6.
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