A New King for Israel Nativity Play
A New King for Israel is a Christmas Nativity musical drama for children age 9 to 13 packed with quirky and touching moments. Available to purchase in 3 packages to suit your requirements.
No More Room
Funny take on the Inn Keeper scene
A New King for Israel is a new Christmas Nativity musical drama for children age 9 to 13 packed with quirky and touching moments.
This fun Christmas production can be used in it’s entirety, complete with play text, or teachers can choose individual songs to suit their own imaginative requirements. Listen to “No More Room” above to hear the potential for fun which can be had when the Innkeeper realises a baby is to be born any minute.
Scored for violin, cello, double bass, flute, two treble recorders, clarinet, trumpet and piano. A New King for Israel can just be as successfully performed with piano and voices.
Fanfare for Caesar
The Market Place
No More Room
End of show reprise A New King for Israel
Available to purchase in 3 packages to suit your requirements –
Teacher Basic Package
Word sheets provided for the children.
8 audio performance backing tracks.
Rehearsal tracks with learning lines. One slow track for learning “No More Room” (it’s a fast one to sing!)
2 Play Texts (Junior and Senior)
All songs can be chosen individually. Mix and match with your own ideas!
Although most of the songs have two singing parts, all songs can be sung in unison.
All as per Package 2 but also now including full orchestral score and all orchestra parts.
(Separate Piano parts to come soon, but will be sent separately if premium package purchased).
Hear below full audio recording of junior play.
- A New King for Israel
- Caesar’s Palace
- The Market Place in Nazareth (1)
- Rock You O Child 2:20
- The Market Place in Nazareth (2)
- No More Room
- Heaven is Good
- Little Shepherd Boy
- Little Twinkle Star
- How Silent
Christmas Songs by Sue Furlong
Music and lyrics for A New King for Israel by Sue Furlong. (Artwork by Helen Gaynor).
Junior Play by Monica Crofton. Senior Play by Alan Cutts.