Mrs. Claus Gets Menopause
Now is the perfect time to plan your holiday show. We’ve
pulled together a list of our favorite seasonal plays. They can be done
as readers theatre or as fully mounted shows. Some are short, some are
longer, all have the spirit of the holidays for you and your audience’s
pleasure! Click on the titles to read more about our fun favorites.
All e-scripts are $5 off the regular price until November
Homeless for the Holidays: NEW! from popular
playwright, Bob Naquin! 30
minute comedy, 1 m, 2 w, 2 either. A homeless person
appears in the neighborhood and in the end, reminds us that what is
inside a person is more important than outward appearances.
Merry Humbug: 9 minute comedy, 1
m, 1 w. Herbert and Louise, alone for the holidays, find an
unexpected way to create some holiday magic. A sweet and warmhearted
75th Christmas: 20 minute comedy,
11 either. Laugh through this popular holiday play about an unhappy
character who gets a special visit on Christmas Eve that changes his
bad attitude and his listless life.
with a Twist: 40 minute musical
plus carols, 1 m, 6 w, 12 either. A delightful retelling of the
beloved Christmas story which has many twists. Audience participation
makes it a fresh and entertaining piece for any audience!
Merry Christmas Caper: 60 minute comedy,
4 m, 5 w. There’s been a robbery at the Senior Center just before
the holiday celebration. With a problem administrator, will they be
able to celebrate the holidays?
Mrs. Claus: 5 minute comedy, 1
In this hilarious monologue, Mabel Claus describes the trials and
tribulations of being married to the world’s most famous man for 541
years. A true Christmas gem!
Christmas Police: 10 minute comedy,
1 m, 1 w. Bring out your tacky Christmas ornaments and don your
worst holiday sweaters…then watch out for the Christmas Police!
Claus Gets Menopause: 10 minute comedy,
1 m, 1 w. Chaos erupts at the North Pole on the night before
Christmas. As Santa gets ready for the busiest night of the year, Mrs.
Claus lays a doozy on him. She is going through menopause and isn’t
very happy about it.
Dance of the Sugar Plump Fairies: 15 minute comedy,
1 m voice, 2 w. Two cleaning women arrive on stage to tidy up after a
“Nutcracker” performance and end up finding their own vision for their
How to Marry the Rabbi: 20 minute comedy, 1 m, 4 w. When the rabbi’s wife unexpectedly walks out on him,
three women compete to win the rabbi’s heart. This heartwarming comedy
is sure to be a hit!
How to Marry the Minister: 20 minute comedy,
4 w. How many ways can women connive to get the minister to
marry them? This easy, fun show can be pulled off with a minimum of
In One Door! Out the Other!: 15 minute comedy,
2 m, 2w, or 14 actors. An hilarious romp through a fictional, run-down flea-bag
hotel recently marked for destruction, with colorful inhabitants from
The Midnight Rider: 35 minute radio
comedy, 8 men, 8 women or 8 either. The Midnight Rider is headed your
way. Quick! Turn on the ‘radio’ to experience this delightful Christmas
You'll also like the holiday shows in our book
Age on Stage®: Comedies for Readers Theatre Vol 1:
Age on Stage®: Comedies for Readers Theatre Vol 2:
for Seniors: Holiday Plays