Winter Concert for Elementary Schools: 1940s Radio Broadcast
A Retro-Style Winter Concert
Looking for winter concert ideas? This fun concert script takes place at a 1940s radio station during their New Year’s Eve broadcast. Things start going awry when not everyone arrives in time for the show, and the program director is left to get someone – ANYone – to fill the roles.Looking for a winter concert play? This is a completely original, kid-tested, high quality script for winter concerts that weaves music and story into one cohesive performance. Not sure which of my scripts is the best fit for you? Download my FREE Concert Script Comparison Chart
This winter concert is approximately 45 minutes in length.
It’s really hard to find high quality scripts for children that are both appropriate for the performers and entertaining for the audience. As both a teacher and an experienced musical theatre performer, I was disappointed by what was available… so I started writing my own! These scripts are based around genuine characters that encourage good acting skills from the students, and songs that are woven meaningfully right into the story with natural dialogue. (Instead of announcing, “now the kindergarten class will sing…” the songs are used as part of the story, as they would in a Broadway musical.)
Winter Songs included in this script:
- Picnic in the Snow (Squadronaires)
- Suzy Snowflake (Rosemary Clooney)
- Sleigh Ride (Ella Fitzgerald)
- It’s A Marshmallow World (Bing Crosby)
- Let’s Start The New Year Right (Bing Crosby, from Holiday Inn)
- Auld Lang Syne
*NOTE: This script is completely free of Christmas or religious references. It is suitable as a secular “winter” concert performance.
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This script was designed to be performed as written and the author must be credited in your performance program. While minor edits are allowed (names, locations, etc), major revisions are a violation of copyright. An editable version is NOT included in this purchase and will NOT be provided. Thank you for understanding.