The Legend of Santa Pig

Santa Pig and his Friends


by Bill Springer
Directed by Sharon Malone
Producers: Sharon Malone, Susan Hawley, Georgia Wallace
Musical direction: Greg Stuart

Performed at the ACT, Maple Ridge
Dec 11-13, 2003

What the press said:

"EGG-CELLENT!" says the Henhouse Herald
"BETTER THAN ROLLING IN THE MUD!" says the Pig Sty Sentinel
"EWE'LL LOVE IT!" says the Sheep Shank Shopper


This Play Answers The Age Old Philosophical Question: "If It's Christmas In The Barnyard And No One Is Around, Will The Animals Have One Bang-up Christmas Party?" Well, The Answer Is Definitely "Yes !!!"

The Show Begins With An Introduction By FIDO, the PC (That's "Pet Of Ceremonies") Who Warms Up The Audience. As The Story Unfolds, It's Christmas Eve And Young TIMMY & BETH MacDonald Fall Asleep With Visions Of Sugar Plums And Farm Animals Singing & Dancing In Their Heads.

Sly the fox
Sly wyles her way
in the barn yard

The Action Moves To The Barnyard Where The All Of The Animals Are Getting Ready For The Holiday Festivities - All Except BILLY, The Grumpy Old Goat. TIMMY & BETH Help The Rest Of The Animals To Get old BILLY into the Christmas Spirit and Mrs. Cow Tells Everyone "The Legend Of Santa Pig" As A Part Of The Celebration.

Reg and Henrietta kick up some dustReg and Henrietta kick up some dustDuring The Party, There's Fun For All (Except TOM The Turkey = He's Being Chased By PEARL The Cook For Christmas Dinner!), Including An Audience Sing-a-long, So That Everyone Can Get Into The Holiday Spirit!

The Children Wake Up On Christmas Morning, Wondering If It All Really Happened... And Did TOM Escape The Cook Or Will He Be The "Guest Of Honor" At The Christmas Feast? All These Questions And More Are Answered In "The Legend Of Santa Pig!"

groupThe Cast and Crew at rehersal

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