It is Christmas, 1870, and Dr. Timothy Cratchit is about to set sail for a new life in Boston when he learns he has inherited a dilapidated clinic in Whitechapel from old Mr. Scrooge. Before he can leave for America, he must first do his duty as an Englishman and find a doctor to run the clinic. When none can be found, Tim has little choice but to take the job himself temporarily, of course. Or is it? Once he meets the pretty but headstrong young nurse who works there, along with the orphans in her care, Tim has to decide between the two very different futures that await him.
Who wouldn’t want to see what happens next in the Scrooge tale? For ten sold-out performances, God Bless Us Every One captivated our church and secular audience members alike. The script is a delight. The songs and orchestrations are stunning. I have no doubt God Bless Us Every One will become a Christmas standard.
David J. Basel – director/producer of the premier performances,
Brightmoor Christian Church, Novi (Detroit), MI
God Bless Us Every One was a wonderful success. Almost 7000 attended the six performances. The audience’s reaction was overwhelmingly positive…their favorite over the past twelve years we have staged Christmas musicals.
Brian Summers – 1st Baptist Church, Marion, IL
God Bless Us Every One was a joyous experience. The story is fresh and interesting with characters that are funny and memorable. We will definitely present God Bless Us Every One again in the future. I recommend it wholeheartedly!
Barry Cook – Burnt Hickory Baptist Church, Powder Springs, GA
God Bless Us Every One was a big hit! The cast and audience fell in love with the music and the characters. A beautiful story and musical.
Justin Carter – Cornerstone Productions, Bishop, GA
God Bless Us Every One was a great success, with patrons asking when it will return. Our cast bonded and celebrated the season with this inspiring work.
Greg Gathright – Lakewood United Methodist Church, Houston, TX
Over 2300 people attended our performances and the response to God Bless Us Every One was fantastic.
Paul Turner – Emmanuel Baptist Church, Barrie, Ontario
Click below to preview the script and main musical numbers.
- 15 Original Songs
- Fully orchestrated score, complete with all instrumental parts (Reduced orchestration also available)
- Professionally recorded stereo & split Performance Trax
- Full demo recordings with solos, making it easier for your cast to learn the songs.
- 4 adult leads, plus 2 children’s leads
- Full supporting cast of Dickensian characters, adults and children
- A complete 2-Act show, with a running time of approximately 2 hours, 15 minutes, plus intermission.
Assembled by the director and producer of the premier performances in Detroit, the Production Manual offers a wealth of helpful hints, production insights and info that will be an enormous aid in mounting your production of God Bless Us Every One. Here is just some of what you will find in the Production Manual:
- Detailed set designs and construction specs
- Scene-by-scene staging suggestions
- Period Costume & Hairstyle photos and helps
- Production photos
- Prologue “movie” file
- Logo artwork for posters and banners
- Character insights from the author
- Sample production schedule
- Prop lists
- Sample microphone plot
- Prop money, paperwork, flyers, etc (in PDF form)
- “How we did it” tips from the premier performance company (Brightmoor Christian Church) in suburban Detroit.
Performing God Bless Us, Every One
God Bless Us Every One can be performed in two ways, using your own orchestra or with a professionally recorded performance trax.
Licensing God Bless Us, Every One is really easy. The price is determined by the number of seats in the venue, number of performances, and the ticket prices. You can perform using your own musicians or accompaniment tracks. To begin the process, or to find out more information, simply fill out the form below. I’d love to answer any questions you may have.