Seen through the eyes of a particularly excitable and curious sheep, the traditional nativity unfolds with humour and charm, through a simple but original, script. With 7 really fun, catchy songs, Hey Ewe! has all the ingredients for a perfect Christmas production.
Of all the sheep in the flock, the smallest, youngest ewe is the most inquisitive. She is always busy getting under the shepherds' feet, asking questions and, to the irritation of the rest of the flock, demanding to know exactly what is going on. One night, however, while all the other sheep are trying to sleep, some extraordinary events unfold that excite her curiosity more than ever before!
With a gospel choir of angels, calypso-ing kings and square-dancing sheep, Hey Ewe! is an upbeat Christmas nativity that will have you tapping your toes and baaing away to all the songs in no time.
A licence is required to perform this musical. You are able to purchase an instant licence when you purchase this book. What is an instant licence?
Teachers Book with:
Script with staging directions throughout
Music score and song lyric sheets for 7 songs (Piano music score, melody and chords)
Licence and copyright details
Audio CD with:
Vocal tracks sung by children
Professional backing tracks
35-40 minutes approx.
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There are 12 speaking parts in this play, with some groups of characters adaptable to suit the size of your production.There are also options for solo singing.
A performance licence is required to perform this copyrighted musical to an audience (other than pupils and staff). Licences are available as a standard or instant licence.
The performance of works involving drama, movement, narrative or spoken dialogue requires a title and date specific licence from the copyright holder/publisher. The requirement for a licence is irrespective of admission charges. A new licence would be required for further performances on different dates.