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.
"I'm the Victim Here" teaches friendship is more important than petty disputes.
"Charades" has a good lesson on setting the right priorities in our lives.
Jenni, like any typical teen, is not always willing to take ...
0 pages Number of script pages: 31 This unique, thought-provoking actor's devotional will help drama leaders encourage and inspire their cast and crew.
There's even space in each to jot personal thoughts.
During the hectic days and nights of rehearsals, this devotional will help keep our true purpose in mind: to be... Here's a grouping of five fun skits designed to share the truths of God's Word in an entertaining, yet informative, manner.
"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.
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.