JewishBoston.com has posted what it describes as a 30-minute Passover Haggadah, of the mix-and-match variety.
Blogger David Wilensky, writing on The Reform Shuckle, gives it a thumbs-up:
For a 30-minute seder, it looks pretty great. It takes as a given the 14-part order to the seder and then prunes the whole thing back to the essentials of each part. And it does this without cheapening the message, I think. Unlike most liturgically innovative things I encounter, it doesn’t make me cringe reading through it.
Download for free, and have your way with it.