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NEW YEAR – Scenario
1. Entry of presenters.
1 – Good morning, girls! Good morning, boys!
2 – Good morning, guests!
1 – We are glad to see you!
2 – Today we are going to show you Christmas Party!
2. All the children come out, read poetry, sing the song “Jingle bells”.
New Year Day!
New Year Day!
Let us sing
And let us play!
Santa Claus
Brings many toys
For little girls
And little boys!
When Santa comes to our house,
I would like to peek.
But I know, he`ll never come
Until I fall asleep.
Snow in the window,
Much confetti.
Bright – blue, red and yellow
Lights on the tree.
Smiling eyes and faces,
Sweet music in the hall.
I think someone places
Happiness her for all.
Merry, Merry Christmas
Is likely to come.
Merry, Merry Christmas
You are welcome!
New Year
A happy New Year!
The day is so clear,
The snow is so white,
The sky is so bright, We shout with all our might: dan olindi
Jingle bells.
1. Dashing through the snow, In a
one-horse open sleigh, Over the
fields we go, Laughing all the way.
Bells on bobtail ring,
Making spirits bright,
What fun it is to ride and sing A
sleighing song tonight!
Jingle bells, jingle bells,
Jingle all the way.
Oh! What fun it is to ride
In a one-horse open sleigh!
2. So now the moon is bright, Enjoy
it while you`re young. Invite your
friends tonight
To sing this sleighing song.
Just get a bob-tailed nag
And give him extra feed.
Then hitch him to an open sleigh And
crack! You`ll take the lead!
Jingle bells, jingle bells,
Jingle all the way.
Oh! What fun it is to ride
In a one-horse open sleigh!
3. New Year and Ice Princess come out
New Year:
I am little New Year, ho, ho!
Here I come jumping over the snow,
Shaking my bells with a merry din –
So open your doors and let me in!
Ice Princess:
Presents we bring for each and all –
Big folks, little folks, short and tall.
Each one of you a treasure may win –
So open your doors and let us in.
New Year: Do you like to guess riddles?
Ice Princess: We have some for you. Now listen carefully. dan olindi
New Year:
It`s blue and by night,
By day it`s white.
It is cold and not dry,
It falls from the sky. (The snow).
Ice Princess:
In winter and it in summer
Stands in one colour. (A fir-tree).
New Year:
Higher than a house, higher than a tree –
Oh, what can that be? (The sky).
Ice Princess:
I come with cold and snow.
But you like me and know. (Winter).
New Year: You are very clever children.
Ice Princess: And now look at the Fairy – Tale “Snow Queen”.
4.The Snow Queen.
The Snow Queen
The King’s Counsellor
Gentleman Crow
Lady Crow
The Old Robber Woman
The Little Robber Girl
2 robbers
The servant
Scene 1
(The storyteller is sitting on the pillows in front of the fireplace)
Storyteller: If it were not for me, you would never learn what happened to a boy called
Kay. But silence. Let’s begin.
(A poor room, a fireplace, 2 armchairs, rose bushes)
Gerda: Hello, boys and girls! This is my brother. We live here, in this little house with
our Granny. My name is Gerda.
Kay: And my name is Kay.
Gerda: What’s it?
Kay: The stairs are creaking.
Gerda: Oh, yes! They are creaking.
Kay: Here is our Granny. Why is she knocking? Keep quite! Let’s frighten her.
Gerda: All right!
(The children are running around the room trying to hide.)
(A man enters)
Kay: Bow-wow-wow!
Gerda: Miaow-miaow!
Man: Why are you shouting? You silly children!
Gerda: We are very sorry! We thought you were our Granny.
(Granny enters)
Kay: Granny!
Gerda: Our Granny!
Granny: My dear children!
Man: Good evening, ma’am!
Granny: Good evening, sir! What can I do for you? Who are you?
Man: I’m the King’s Counsellor! I want to buy the roses.
Granny: Do you like flowers?
Man: No, I hate them.
Granny: Why do you want to buy them then?
Man: I buy rarities. In winter flowers are rare! Here are ten pounds for your roses.
Granny: I am not going to sell the roses. We like them very much.
Gerda: Yes, we love them.
Man: Thirty pounds:
Granny: No!
Man: Fifty:
Granny: No!
Man: I’m the King’s Counsellor! I’m very rich! I sell ice. I know the Snow Queen! I can
buy anything!
Granny: They are not for sale.
Man: You are a crazy old woman!
Kay: Don’t shout at our Granny! She is so kind!
Man: Well, I’m leaving! I’ll take revenge! I’ll tell the Snow Queen about you!
Kay: What an angry man!
Gerda: Granny, who is the Snow Queen?
(The sounds of mysterious music)
Granny: The Snow Queen lives in the North! She is very beautiful but very cruel!
(The sounds of the blizzard)
(The Snow Queen appears)
The Snow Queen: Have you seen the Mystic Queen
Riding in her limousine
Over hills and dales till morning.
If you like I’ll take you there
Find some colours you can wear.
Colours that you’ve only seen while sleeping.
Kay: Oh! Who are you?
S.Q.: I am the Snow Queen. Good evening!
Granny: Good evening! Sit down, please!
S.Q.: No! It is very hot for me! You are very nice but old and poor. And you have two
children. And I am very rich but alone. So, I’ll take this boy from you!
Kay: What? Granny! I don’t want to go with her!
Gerda: Granny! Don’t give Kay to her!
S.Q.: Kay! You’ll be my son! You will live in the beautiful palace!
Kay: I don’t want!
(The Snow Queen touches Kay with her magic wand. The frightful music sounds.)
Kay: Ha-ha-ha! How fat and funny you are!
Gerda: What’s the matter?
Granny: I don’t recognize you!
Kay: I don’t want to live in this poor house! I am leaving. Goodbye!
(He runs out)
Scene 2
Gerda: I am very tired! I have been looking for Kay for so long! But I must go on and find
my brother!
(Gerda sings a sad song.)
Lady Crow: Caw! Caw! Caw! Good morning, young lady!
Gerda: Good morning!
G. Crow: Where are you going, young lady?
Gerda: I am looking for my brother Kay.
G. &L. Crow: Caw! Caw! Caw!
G. Crow: It’s the name of our prince! Go with us and you’ll see your brother!
L. Crow: Let’s go!
Gerda: Oh, thank you very much.
(In the palace..)
Princess: Let’s play hide-and-seek!
Prince: OK. You hide and I’ll count to twenty!
(Princess is running around the room. She sees Gerda and shrieks)
Princess: Who is there?
Prince: Is it a rat?
Princess: It’s a girl and two crows.
Prince: What are you doing here, young lady? Why are you crying?
Gerda: I am Gerda. I’m crying because you are not my brother. He was carried by the
Snow Queen! I thought he was here!
Prince: Don’t cry! We’ll help you! Where are you going?
Gerda: I’m going to the North. I must find the Snow Queen!
Princess: It’s a long way!
Prince: We’ll give you a carriage!
Princess: And I’ll give you a coat, a muff and boots. Give my clothes to Gerda!
(Servants come and bring the clothes.)
Gerda: Thank you very much!
Scene 3
(The storyteller is sitting on the pillows in front of the fireplace.)
Storyteller: Everything is all right! Gerda is going in the carriage. The poor boy will be
saved. Quite! What’s there? Robbers!
(The robbers appear on the stage and perform the robbers’ dance.)
(A camp of robbers in the forest. An old woman is near the fire. The robbers have
brought Gerda.)
Robber 1: Look what we’ve got!
Robber 2: Here is a gold carriage!
Robber 3: And this is the girl from the carriage!
Old Woman Robber: How nice she is! I think she will be very tasty!
Gerda: Don’t kill me, please! Let me go!
Robber 4: What a silly girl! Ha-ha-ha!
Robber 5: You’ll be killed!
Gerda: Dear robbers! Please let me go! Kay will die without me!
Old Woman Robber: I’m going to eat you!
Little Robber Girl: Don’t touch her! She will be mine! She will play with me! Give me
your muff and your hat! What’s your name?
Gerda: I’m Gerda. You can take my clothes but I’ll be cold when I get to the Snow
Little Girl Robber: No! You won’t go there! You will live with me! Look what I’ve got!
Come, come here quickly!
(The Reindeer appears)
Little Girl Robber: Gerda, look how funny he is!
(She touches the reindeer with a knife.)
Gerda: Don’t do it, please!
Little Robber Girl: Why? I like the way it trembles all over.
Gerda: May I ask him a question?
Little Robber Girl: Yes, you may.
Gerda: Tell me, deer! Did you live in the North?
Reindeer: Oh, yes!
Gerda: Have you ever seen the Snow Queen?
Reindeer: Yes, I have. Once she passed me! She had a little boy with her! He was white
with cold. She called him Kay.
Gerda: He has seen her. He is my brother. Dear girl! Let me go! I must save Kay! He
will die in the North.
Reindeer: Do let her go! I’ll take Gerda to the Snow Queen’s Kingdom.
Little Girl Robber: All right! There is nothing to be done. I won’t give you your muff! I like
it. Kiss me.
Gerda: Thank you, girl!
Reindeer: Thank you!
Little Robber Girl: Good luck, Gerda!
Gerda: Goodbye! Goodbye!
Scene 4
(The storyteller is sitting on the pillows in front of the fireplace.)
Story-teller: Oh, how sad I am! Poor Gerda! She is riding on the Reindeer. Help her to
save Kay!
Gerda: Is this the kingdom of the Snow Queen?
Reindeer: Yes, it is. I can’t go farther. You must remember, the Snow Queen is very
cruel and it is very difficult to get into her palace!
Gerda: I must go there! Thank you, my dear friend!
(In the palace: Kay is on the icy throne.)
Gerda: Kay, Kay! Are you frozen? Answer me!
Kay: Hush, Gerda! You are bothering me!
Gerda: Dear Kay! It’s me, Gerda! You didn’t even say to me: «Glad to see you!»
Kay: Glad to see you.
Gerda: You sound so cold. Are you really my brother?
Kay: I am really Kay. I am very busy. I must make the word out of icicles.
Gerda: Kay, let’s go home. It’s spring there. The sky is blue, the sun is shining, the birds
are singing.
(She weeps and embraces Kay.)
Kay: I am cold, Gerda. Is it you? What’s the matter? I can walk!
Gerda: Let’s go! We will get home.
Scene 5
(The same room as in the first scene.)
Little Robber Girl: Can you hear? The stairs are creaking!
Gentleman Crow: They are coming!
Little Robber Girl: Granny, look, it’s Gerda!
Prince: Look, it’s Kay!
Princess: Granny, look, they are both here!
G. &L. Crow: Welcome home!
Granny: My dear children! You are back at last!
Snow Queen: You must give this boy back to me at once or I’ll turn you into ice.
Man: I’ll crack you into pieces.
Gerda: Nobody is afraid of you here!
Snow Queen: Oh, we’ll see!
Little Robber Girl: You can wave your arms, your legs and your tail, but we won’t give
Kay to you!
Kay: Go away, you two! We are not afraid of you. Thank you, dear friends!
Ice Princess: Do you like this Fairy – Tale?
New Year: But where is Santa Claus?
Ice Princess: I don`t know. Let`s call his: “Santa Claus! Santa Claus”! (The children are
5. Santa Clause.
Santa Claus : I am here, here, my dear children. Happy New Year, dear friends! I am
glad to see you! But do you like to sing songs? Do you know any songs about winter,
frost, Ice Princess or New Year?
Ice Princess: Santa Claus, I know, the children like to sing songs!
6. “Oh, Christmas tree” song
Little girl:
Oh, New Year tree! Oh, New Year tree!
Your gay green dress delights us!
Oh, Christmas tree
Oh, Christmas tree,
Oh, Christmas tree,
Your leaves are never changing.
Oh, Christmas tree,
Oh, Christmas tree,
Your leaves are never changing.
They are all green when summer`s here,
They are all green when winter`s near.
Oh, Christmas tree,
Oh, Christmas tree,
Your leaves are never changing.
7. Poems
Ice Princess: Santa Claus, girls and boys like to tell poems. Do you want listening
Santa Claus: Yes, I do.
It is winter, it is Christmas!
Look at our Christmas tree!
There are big balls, there are nice dolls,
Many candies can see you.
There are flags, there are ribbons,
Little bells and bright stars, too.
Red and orange, green and yellow,
Pink and purple, violet and blue.
We have a fir-tree in the hall.
It is so beautiful and tall!
Around it we dance and play
Because it is a New Year Day.
The New Year Tree so fine and tall
Stands in the centre of the hall.
Its needles are green,
Its toys are bright.
Our New Year Party is tonight.
Around the fir-tree let us play,
Because it is a New Year Day.
What do you see in the fir-tree?
I see a plane, a ship, a car,
A flag, a bird, a tram, a star,
A horse, a cat, a cock, a dog.
A fox, a pig, a duck,
A frog, a hen, a chick,
A ball, a drum,
8. New Year’s Quiz.
What was the first Christmas tree decorated in France in 1600? This year applies
the first mention of the New Year tree in the literature. (Paper roses)
What are the Christmas trees made in the Philippines? (Of plastic)
What dish in Holland is served only to the New Year’s table? (Donuts with raisins)
In Japan, for the New Year at the door link the branches of two plants — a symbol
loyalty and longevity. One of them — a pine, and another? (Bamboo)
In which country (in the city of Pajakyla) there is a post office of Santa Claus? (In
The man of what, now a rare profession, is considered a symbol of happiness in
Austria? (Chimney cleaner)
The heroine of a play by Ostrovsky would be very useful to us here at New Year’s Eve?
(The Ice Princess)
In 1638 gilded and silvered toys appeared on the Christmas tree branches. What kind?
In which country was the beginning of the new year considered the day when the first
snow will pass? (In Greenland)
What is being broken in Sweden for the New Year? (Old dishes)
What is the name of Santa Claus in Italy? (Babo Natal)
Cubans for the New Year filled with water all the dishes. And what do they do with this
water? (At midnight pour through the window)
What is strictly forbidden to do in China in the early days of the New Year? (Swear)
Why is it not worthwhile to stand under the windows under the New Year in Panama?
(Sprinkle with flour and pour water)
Why do the Scots spend a piece of coal on New Year’s Eve? (That in the new year the
house was warm)
What was the name of the boy with the icy heart? (Kai from Andersen’s fairy tale
“Snowy queen”)
The hero of a fairy tale fought with Myshin King on the eve of the New Year? ( The
Nutcracker from Hoffmann’s fairy tale of the same name)
In what Russian city does Santa Claus live? (Great Ustyug)
The longest tree is a tree in one of the cities of the American state of Indiana. how
Is this city called? (Santa Claus)
9. Farewell of Santa Claus and the Ice Princess, giving presents
Ice Princess:
New Year Day, happy day,
We are all glad and very gay!
We all dance and sing and say:
“Welcome! Welcome! New Year Day”!
Happy New Year, my dear friends!
Happy New Year!
Santa Claus:
I want to give you lots of love
And want to say right here:
Have a happy New Year Day
And then a happy Year!
All together: Merry Christmas!
Merry Christmas! Happy New Year! dan olindi

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