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TOM MEETS GOD

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Actors There are three characters, although the person who plays God could be offstage so that only his voice is heard. The setting is heaven. Equipment Costumes Action Tom: (knocks and an angel opens the door) Hi! My name is Tom. I would like to see the person in charge, please. Angel: Sure, come on in. Tom: Look, uh, I know this guy is really important, but do you think he would see someone like me? Angel: He sees everyone. You can see him any time you’d like. Tom: Could I see him now? Angel: more ===>

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THE TATOR FAMILY

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Here are the members of the Tator family: Speck Tator: He likes to watch everyone else rather than get involved in anything personally. He is always on the outside looking in. He is usually expert at evaluating and helps those who are participating by cheering them on. But because Speck has the advantage of watching from the stands, he can also make unrealistic assessments from a distance and be quite fickle with his support. Dick Tator: Dick doesn’t consult anyone. He makes all his decisions more ===>

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SUPER-CHRISTIAN TO THE RESCUE!

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You might want to create several more of these and feature one each week at your youth meeting. For example, at some time during each meeting, Super-Christian arrives “just in the nick of time.” The kids will laugh as well as learn something. Daughter: (runs on stage—her bedroom) Oh, Mom, you never trust me! You never let me do the things I want to do. I always have to follow your rules or Dad’s rules or Gramma’s rules or my teacher’s rules. I never get to do what I want to do! Mom: more ===>

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SONGS OF THE HEART

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Actors The cast calls for eighteen speaking parts, though many can be combined, so that a group of eight to ten can just as easily present the drama. There is no need for elaborate costumes or props. Small items, such as horn-rimmed glasses for the Brain and a muscle T-shirt for the Enforcer, are sufficient to develop individual roles. The Director, John Newton, and the Messenger can be played by adults if necessary. In fact, the Director might most naturally be played by the actual choir director more ===>

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THE $64,000 TESTIMONY

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Actors Announcer Buddy Barker Adelle Haggerty Judge Judge Judge Judge Aunty Ruth Goldenrod Barry Speerchucker Equipment Costumes Action Announcer: It?s the $64,000 Testimony! And now, here?s the host of the $64,000 Testimony, Buddy Barker! Barker: Thank you, thank you! You?re too kind! Please hold the applause! Thank you. We?ve got a tremendous show for you with some stiff competition! See how well you match up with our judges as we rate the testimony of our first contestant, Adelle Haggerty! more ===>

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