Dave Tippett

Dave Tippett has been involved in local drama since 1987. He has a number of plays and sketches published, and continues to be involved with both teens and adults with writing, acting, directing and, well, the occasional failed attempt at building sets and costume design. Dave and his wife Jill make their home in Gibsonburg, OH with their ‘fur children”, a dog and two cats. He is employed as a trainer and consultant on Human Resources issues and all sorts of fun stuff like that.
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  Comfort Falls Christmas

Holiday by Dave Tippett

56 pages

15 m, 6 w, extras


This dramatic comedy tells the story of a Christmas in 1938 in the small town of Comfort Falls: population 603. The cream of society is getting ready for their out-of-doors holiday extravaganza at the town bandstand until they find out that the local church is planning a "competing" program, their annual Christmas Eve pageant, also at the bandstand on the same night! The society set, lead by the Widow Jeffries, and the church drama troupe, defended by her long-suffering son-in-law Mayor Hoshpepper, are joined by a hilarious group of eccentric townspeople, inc...

  Kmas Radio, Christmas on the Homefront

Christmas Holiday by Dave Tippett

64 pages

Lead roles for 7 m, 7 w, 1 boy and 2 girls.


It's December, 1944. K-M-A-S Radio station manager Arthur Kensington hopes a special show will raise the ratings and advertising dollars, but his staff is in disarray. There's a dyslexic sound man, a poetry/drama queen, and pompous crew of actors, including one who has written a new radio play retelling the Nativity as a hard-boiled detective story. On top of that, everyone's hopes are dashed when an anticipated visit from the famous singing Andrews Sisters turns out to be the not-so-famous Epstein Cousins. Oh, and did we mention the orphans, the rival radio ...