The Real Star of Bethlehem

A Christmas Musical
Angelic Harmony
Author: Dixie Phillips, Sharon Phillips, Lucy Robbins, and Leslie Trettin
Playbook ISBN: 9781616337308 1616337303
eBook ISBN: 9781616337315 1616337311
Music CD ISBN: 9781616337322 161633732X

The Real Star of Bethlehem is a children’s Christmas musical that teaches this kingdom principle—the way up is down. As the “stars” compete for the spotlight, they experience many “enlightening moments.” Their perspective changes when they begin to understand the humility of the real “Star” in Bethlehem—Jesus!

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Sample Page:

Scene 1
HOOT: [night owl getting ready for the night shift] Whoo. Whoo. Good thing I made a good strong cup of coffee. Working the night shift isn’t as easy as it looks. [takes a sip of coffee]
TWINKLE: Good evening, Hoot! It’s always nice to see you in your usual spot.
HOOT: Yes, every night when the sun goes to bed, we all come out.
TWINKLE: Who knew that stars and an owl could get along so well?
HOOT: Yes, “whoo-whoo” knew?
TWINKLE: [rocking back and forth humming “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star”] Hey Starlight do you know what my most favorite song in the whole stratosphere is?
STARLIGHT: [looks in mirror and puffs hair] Hmmmmmm, Twinkle Toes. Let me guess. [hums “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” loud and annoying]
TWINKLE: [stares at toes] Hey! My toes don’t twinkle. But Mommy Little Dipper did say nobody’s smile can light up the dark like mine. [smiles big and cheesy]
STARLIGHT: [looking in mirror then stops to talk] My point exactly, Twinkle. You are one spoiled star. Daddy Big Dipper and Mommy Little Dipper even paid to have a song written about you. You’re like a. . . a. . . a. . . DIVA!!!!
TWINKLE: Me? A diva? Let’s talk about you for a minute, Starlight. Your name is chanted by children around the world every night. [chants] Star light! Star bright! First star I see tonight.