Yes, but if it didn't happen, I would not be as disappointed as I would have been a year ago or so. Not having a new show doesn't mean we've stopped doing things. We could just make new routines, focus on improving old stuff, try to figure out strolling, or do a lot of other things other making a new show.
Note: I have a bunch of questions jotted down on a note, so even if you say you don't want to do a new show, I am going to keep making these K Anythings in hopes that the questions will get you excited for a new show.
My answer is complicated. If we come up with a good idea and you put together an outline that I get excited about, then Yes, I would like to do it. My initial answer is No. Reason being; being too busy and our struggle to get one practice in a month. I would rather work on an individual new routine or message.
Question 2: Should it have a specific goal? (a show for... Christmas, Easter, Birthday Partys, lots of volunteer stuff, small room show, big outside show, school assembly, little kids, teenagers, or adults)
It would probably make sense to have some sort of goal to differentiate it from the other shows, but I would like to just make another show however we want. Basically we would say, "If you've seen Themes and Prodigal, here's the new one."
Out of the categories you mentioned, a Christmas routine stands out as a good direction to go, but I am pretty happy with our current Christmas program. Maybe adding something with a Christmas message would be all that program needs. We can almost already say that we have four different programs. Anyway... I would see it being a Christian, all ages, show. I do like what we did with the Prodigal Son story. Maybe we could work with the story of Jonah, or Joseph, or Moses...
Question 3: How Long Should It Be?
I would probably shoot for 30 minutes. I think it should definitely be under 45. Prodigal usually feels a little too long to me.
45-60 mins. If we make it short, then we will always be throwing routines at the end to fill time. I feel most people are looking for 45 mins to an hour.