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ALL IN THE POINT OF VIEW

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These are only samples. You can probably come up with some others of your own. If you do use these as is, encourage your actors to ad-lib as well as add their own interpretation. DATING Teen Point of View Daughter: I’m leaving now, Dad:. Just where do you think you’re going? What time will you he home? Who is this guy you’re going with? Does he have a car? What kind? Does he have new tires on it? Did you ask your mother? What kind of job does he have? Did you brush your teeth? Daughter: He more ===>

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Hannah and Eli

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Actors Reader, Hannah, Eli Equipment The light on a stage is darkened, the soundtrack is included. Анна enters, sits on knees and is plaintively prays. During a pray the soundtrack is switched off. Action Hannah: My God! If you look at grief of the slave of yours, also remember me, and will not forget the slave of yours, and will give the slave of yours a child a male, I’ll give him to his Lord for all days of his life and razor will not touch his head. Hannah continues to pray but already more ===>

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GROUNDED!

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Actors It involves two characters, Tom and Scott, who meet after school with books in hand, to talk. (Allow your actors to ad-lib these lines so that it sounds natural.) Action Tom: Hey, Scott, how about playing a little racquetball on Saturday? Judging from the last time we played, you could use a little work on your backhand! Scott: Baloney! Last time I played with you I was just letting those backhand shots get by to let your confidence get built up. Next time, I won’t be so nice. Tom: Well, more ===>

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THE INNKEEPER’S WIFE

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Innkeeper’s wife: (Lady comes in with cleaning rag and apron, muttering to herself as she begins to clean.) I’m so tired of all this cleaning! Seems like all I ever do! (Phone begins to ring.) I’ll never get finished if this phone doesn’t stop ringing. (She answers phone.) Hello, Bethlehem Inn, may I help you? Oh, hi, Mable. Terrible. Just terrible! Hardly got any sleep last night! Why? You mean you haven’t heard? Well, you know Caesar has passed this amendment about taxing! I just don’t understand more ===>

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HE’S GOING TO WHAT?

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Actors Be creative with props, costumes, or whatever. Be sure your actors memorize their lines and rehearse. During the advent season, this story is also effective as a reading or as a discussion-starter. Action Narrator: And there were shepherds living out in the fields nearby, keeping watch over their flocks at night. An angel of the Lord appeared to them, and the glory of the Lord shone around them, and they were terrified. But the angel said to them, “Do not be afraid. I bring you good more ===>

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