A Star Is Born
Both Thumbs Way Up!--from the Heavenly Review
Created & Written by Celeste Clydesdale
Arranged by David T. Clydesdale
A Star is Born follows a group of children preparing for a big Christmas television production. When Sophia the actress comes to play the role of Mary, the director and the other actors try to help her understand that the "star" of any Christmas production is Jesus Christ. The main lesson is to be humble and allow God to use you for His glory. A complete demonstration video is available along with a Teacher Resource Kit.
Ages: 1st to 6th Grade
Quick OverviewChoral Book
Word Choral Club - Christmas 1998
Length: 34 minutes
Release Date: May 06, 1998
- Song Titles
Song TitlesThe Greatest Story Ever Told David T. Clydesdale, Steve WilkinsonThe Contract Celeste Clydesdale, David T. ClydesdaleGet Down! Celeste ClydesdaleA Star Is Born Celeste ClydesdaleI Wanna Be Like Jesus Celeste ClydesdaleMy Life's Review Celeste ClydesdaleWe Three Kings John H. Hopkins, Jr.Get Down! Celeste ClydesdaleStar of Bethlehem
with We Three Kings
and The Birthday of a King Rick Vale
John H. Hopkins, Jr.
William Harold NeidlingerA Star Is Born Celeste ClydesdaleA Star Is Born Celeste Clydesdale
- At a Glance
The Director's guide is a loose leaf edition and hole punched for easy placement in a binder.
Characters and Casting
- Clip Art
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Write Your Own Review
Review by Cora
Always enjoyed this play and remembered performing it when I was a child. The message was so clear that we all need to recognize that Jesus is the star and to humble ourselves before him. This play is humorous and the songs are very catchy. The children will enjoy performing this play. I give it two thumbs up!!!! You know we had to perform it more than once so it is an excellent play for Christmas.
(Posted on 12/28/13)