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Woman’s day

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Actors Deborah Miriam Ruth Esther Martha Mary Equipment All u need is Air!!! : ) Costumes Not needed Action The action occurs in a flat of Martha and Mary. On a stage Mary, reads a Bible. A bell in a door. The Mary continues to read. Martha enters. Mary, Mary! Well how much it is possible to read a Bible?! Or you did not hear, a bell ? Go open, for my hands are in a flour. And help me, I have no time!. /Pause/ Oh, my dough!!! Martha escapes. Mary: Martha, Martha /shaking a head / Mary more ===>

Categories: Youth

ONE MAN

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Actors (Introduction to be read to the audience) This drama is about one person’s encounter with God. It is the story of many of us and perhaps it is your story. Listen closely to what God has to say to each of us. Picture in your mind the scene painted by the speaker. Open your heart as well as your ears. Action (As the lights focus on the stage we see a person sitting and facing the audience. A small table with a Bible and a cross are next to this person. The person begins to speak.) Speaker: more ===>

Categories: Church

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 ===>

Categories: Other

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 ===>

Categories: Other

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 ===>

Categories: Other

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