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  • Communion: a link between Easter & Passover

    KATIE -- (runs on stage with open book in hand) I'll get it. MOM ---- (enters opposite with cordless phone) I got it. KATIE -- Oh. (stops, looks at Mom for a moment, turns, begins exiting reading book) MOM ---- (turns on phone) Hello. Oh, hi. Sure, no problem. I'll have it for ...

  • At last, an eye witness to the resurrection?

    JOHN -- (enters, speaking into microphone, strolls to DC) Ladies and gentlemen, I am your action reporter and I am on the scene here near the tomb of Jesus of Nazareth, (motions to exit) investigating the mysterious disappearance of his body.... FRED -- (enters, wearing combat fatigues and a bird house ...

  • ACTS14

    FRED -- (teenager, blows on mike twice) Is this thing on? (blows on mike twice) Testing, testing, testing. How do you know if the tape is going? BARNABAS -- (always afar) The little reels are turning inside. See? FRED -- Oh, yeah. So, this is Fred. And Barnabas, here, is letting me ...

  • Kingdom

    (Scene: Throne room, Queen, Mrs Twig, Miss Cook enter together,stand along the path to the throne) QUEEN - Oh, dear, the King will not be happy about this. He willnot be happy at all. AIDE -- (enters, pounds walking stick on floor, shouts) The kingis coming. The king is coming. Make way ...

  • Wedding in Cana, water to wine

    (RT == Readers' Theater: requires little or no memorization, little or no rehearsal. An indefinite number of reporters are salted throughout the audience.) MARY -- (enters wearing tunic, headdress and sandals, crosses) REPORTER -- Excuse me, madam. MARY -- (stops, turns) Yes? (looks around) What's going on? Who are you people? REPORTER -- We're newspaper reporters. We ...

  • Woman’s day

    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 ...

  • ONE MAN

    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 ...

  • ALL IN THE POINT OF VIEW

    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 ...

  • Hannah and Eli

    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 ...

  • GROUNDED!

    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 ...

  • THE INNKEEPER’S WIFE

    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, ...

  • HE’S GOING TO WHAT?

    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. ...

  • THE GUEST

    Actors Conrad The Woman Two passers-by Ellspith The Old Man Narrator Barclay The Kid Equipment street lamp bread chairs or sofa fireplace milk lamp table honey other furnishings bookshelf door costumes shoes Action THE GUEST Narrator: Before the cathedral in grandeur rose At Ingelburg where the Danube goes; Before its forest of silver spires Went airily up to ...

  • THE DEPARTMENT STORE WINDOW

    Actors 1 Window dresser 2 Window washers Several mannequins—an angel, 1 or 2 shepherds, Mary, Joseph, 1 or 2 Wisemen, 2 sheep (Use the pastor or youth pastor here—the kids will love it.) Equipment The scene: A store window Manger, hay, doll in manger (baby), other nativity scene props, such as shepherds' staffs, gifts ...

LETTERS TO MAMA

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Actors For a unique understanding of the apostle Paul, have someone dressed as Paul’s “Mama” read the following “letters” to the group. “Mama” should act and talk like a traditional Jewish lady about the time of Christ and introduce the letters before she reads them. Action Dear Mama: Peace from the God of ...

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Actors A lady (Mrs. Hansen), a little girl (Laney Joy), and a man’s voice offstage for the father. Equipment For best results, the lines should be memorized. The set can be a makeshift living room with a front door and perhaps a couch and some other simple furnishings. Costumes The girl can ...

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JOHN THE READY

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Actors Narrator John, A Questioner, Tax Collector, Soldier, Priest 1, Priest 2 Action Narrator: There was a man who was sent from God named John. John: I am John. Narrator: John was the Light. John: That’s what some people thought, but I only came to show the light. Narrator: Sorry about that, John. Anyway John ...

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JESUS MET A WOMAN

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Actors Narrator, Jesus, Woman, Disciple Equipment Scripture readings come alive when the text is prepared in script form as in the following example. Many of the narrative sections of both Old and New Testaments may be adapted for group use with excellent results. Assign parts, have a reading, and then discuss ...

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GROWING UP

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Actors It requires eight people to perform “readers' theater” style. The readers should be seated on stage facing the audience. As with any good readers' theater, the lines should be rehearsed so that they don't sound like they are being read. Action Feel free to change the dialogue and use the ...

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