Younger actors will love the humorous skits "You Can't Throw Fits About Church," "Jesus, Math and Cookies," "A Day in God's Army," and "An Interview With Noah." They require from two to four actors each.The other five skits, for 2 to 7 teen actors, cover more mature subjects. " and "An Argument With God." Another skit, a sinner's gut-wrenching "The Road to the Cross," is about the love of Christian friends.
Give one of these easy-to-read devotionals to each teen or adult in your troupe before your first rehearsal.
Each of the 20 devotionals consists of "The Script," which is the scripture basis for the devotional "Center Stage" which is the devotional itself, and "Curtain Call" and "Encore" for further reflection.
30 pages Here's a collection of eight hilarious sketches which look at Christianity from a different point of view.
The sketches are designed to mak Here's a collection of eight hilarious sketches which look at Christianity from a different point of view.
"God's Top Ten List" presents the Ten Commandments in a fresh light.
The words written on stone tablets so long ago are brought to modern situations, such as a fender-bender, parent-volunteers on a school project, remembering the Sabbath and gossiping about some things that should be left unsaid.
54 pages Flexible casting The skits, mimes and monologues/readings in this collection of "anytime" material have been written for easy casting, short rehearsals and maximum impact. These seven skits look at Christmas from different angles. "Salvation Lot" has a smooth-talking salesman with a deal for everyone.
Topics covered include missionary boxes; witnessing; the afterlife; cultivating the Christian life; allegorical tales of obedience, power, beauty and teamwork; seeing through God's eyes; and the meaning of God's names. Most tales are contemporary (two are set in Biblical times) and most can be cast with either men or women (several feature many women). Some titles include "Grandma, the Lights Are Out," about faith in our Lord and His provisions for us; "The Perfect Gift," and why no one will accept it; "The Christmas Question" which asks what will you do with Jesus; and the humorous skit, "The Package." While each skit offers a fresh perspective, common to all is the miracle of Jesus' birth and sacrifice. The "Evangelism 101" class has strong ideas on how to evangelize the world, but when an unsaved person crashes the class, we find out how dedicated they really are.
This collection is funny, entertaining and thought-provoking for all ages and groups. 0 pages These nine award-winning skits are perfect for children and teens.
Younger actors will love the humorous skits "You Can't Throw Fits About These nine award-winning skits are perfect for children and teens.
Skits vary from six actors in "How to Play Golf and Other Foolish Games" to only two readers in "Presidential Primary Party Picnic." Includes a pantomime, "The Board Meeting," and the costume ideas and monologue for a silly fashion show.