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  Caiaphas: The Punishment

Easter i-Monologue by

3 pages

By Roy Wiegand.


Caiaphas, the regal high priest of the temple, is ready to have this madman named Jesus arrested. He has just made a deal with a grimy little man claiming to be a disciple who, for 30 pieces of silver, will identify Jesus with a kiss. Caiaphas plans for the arrest to take place before dawn in adherence with the law which forbids the taking of prisoners during the daylight hours of Passover. Caiaphas says, "He must be found, he must be arrested, he must be sentenced, and he must be put to death."

  God's Top 10 List

Skit by

48 pages

Cast: 2 to 7 flexible.


"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. These ten skits hold a mirror up to the audience that allows them to laugh at their own shortcomings. Emphasis is placed not so much on the "Thou shalt not's", but on the "why's." The actors will enjoy presenting the humorous and ironic situations and will themselves learn through the experienc...

  Seven for Christmas

Christmas Resource by Donna Valentine

70 pages

from 2m, 2 w, to 5 m, 7 w.


These seven skits look at Christmas from different angles. Some titles include "Grandma, the Lights Are Out," about faith in our Lord and His provisions for us; "The Perfect Gift," and why no one will accept it; "The Christmas Question" which asks what will you do with Jesus; and the humorous skit, "The Package." While each skit offers a fresh perspective, common to all is the miracle of Jesus' birth and sacrifice. A resource you'll use for many years! Performance time: 10 to 30 minutes each.

  Skits So Frantic

Skit by

60 pages

Cast: 2-8 actors per skit.


Here are a dozen humorous skits with messages that really hit home. "Salvation Lot" has a smooth-talking salesman with a deal for everyone. The "Evangelism 101" class has strong ideas on how to evangelize the world, but when an unsaved person crashes the class, we find out how dedicated they really are. "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. The heroine of "The Hole in my Heart" finds fulfillment can only come from Jesus. A man who is desperate for "Peace of Mind" has tak...

  Soon And Very Soon

Skit by

26 pages

Five skits make up this humorous collection that every church will enjoy. Your audience will laugh as Angel, with cell phone and trumpet,


Five skits make up this humorous collection that every church will enjoy. Your audience will laugh as Angel, with cell phone and trumpet, takes center stage when he interrupts a worship service. He can't wait to announce that Jesus is coming "Soon and Very Soon." Kyle does not want to have a "Change of Plans," but when his vacation reservations are cancelled, his date threatens him with bodily harm, his car is repossessed, and some crazy relatives want to visit, he thinks maybe God wants him to go on that mission trip after all! Jenni, like any typical teen, is not always willing to take ...

  Sshhh...God Is Speaking

Actor's Devotional by

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. 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. 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...

  Teenspeak...Duh!

Skit by

22 pages

Cast: 3 actors per skit.


Here's a grouping of five fun skits designed to share the truths of God's Word in an entertaining, yet informative, manner. Take one off-the-wall teen, add his dumber friend and you have the hilarious backdrop for these inspirational skits. As members of "God's Forest Service" the teens will learn how God wants us to grow and produce good fruit with our lives. Prayer takes on a whole new look as they interpret scripture in the skits "Ask, Peek, and Rock" and "Go to Your Room!" Even the Trinity can be explained in a unique and comical way when the teens decide God needs some glue ... He'...

  Ten Funny Skits

Resource by

48 pages

By Doris Kirkendall


These ten skits are lots of fun for older actors. Skits vary from six actors in "How to Play Golf and Other Foolish Games" to only two readers in "Presidential Primary Party Picnic." Includes a pantomime, "The Board Meeting," and the costume ideas and monologue for a silly fashion show.

  The Mommy Club

i-Monologue Mother's Day by

3 pages

1 w


A mother recalls a recent dinner at a restaurant with her husband where their three children were amazingly well behaved, but a woman at a neighboring table wasn't so lucky with her little one. Rather than feel superior, she and her husband empathize and offer encouragement. She wants men and women alike to be members of the special Mommy Club, to support each other through the treacherous - and sometimes embarrassing! -times of parenthood.

  There Is No Place-Away From

i-Monologue Mother's Day by

3 pages

1 w


A mother craves just a moment of peace from the needs of her children. Forget Dorothy from "The Wizard of Oz" saying there's no place like home. Once in a while it's great to get away from home. Still, the mom knows what would happen if she were away-she'd just be thinking about the kids!

  Think Thanks

Thanksgiving by

30 pages

Everyone is sure to THINK THANKS when you stage this easily produced Thanksgiving program which includes a narrator's part, musical suggest


Everyone is sure to THINK THANKS when you stage this easily produced Thanksgiving program which includes a narrator's part, musical suggestions, recitations, choral readings, audience participation, and two plays for performers, tots to teens. The play, "What Would Thanksgiving Be?" is for younger children who answer the question with pictures and rhymes. "Come, Ye Thankful People" is a play for teens which allows them to show a family with seemingly nothing to be thankful for just how full of thanksgiving their lives should be. Done in its entirety, it runs just over two hours. A beautif...

  Three Wise Men Of Chaldea

Christmas i-Monologue by

3 pages

By Judith Clough


The three Wise Men prepare for the long journey to find the Christ Child. Balthazar is determined to go, Melchior argues because he hates to travel, and Caspar repeats everything Balthazar says or does, much to everyone's irritation. When Caspar sees the bright star, however, they all become anxious to leave.

  Under His Direction

Skit by

44 pages

3 - 12 actors per sketch


If you're looking for attention-getting drama to lead your group to a higher level of spiritual maturity, this is it. With a very creative twist, here's a powerful collection of both funny and serious sketches dealing with many issues that God's people face: temptation, service, gossip, attitude, a personal relationship with God, burn-out, and much more. The sketches are as convicting as they are entertaining. At the conclusion of each, all will know that the best answers to life's problems can only be found Under His Direction. These sketches are great for youth and adults, and don't b...

  Up All Night

i-Monologue Mother's Day by

3 pages

1 w


An exhausted new mother, trying to get her baby to sleep, reminds herself that she and the baby are a team, trying to do the best they can together to help her be the happiest, most secure little baby she can be.

  Up, Up And Compete

Skit by

0 pages

Flexible cast


Had trouble finding competition pieces for your teens? Whether for Christian school fine arts competition or state-wide church competition, this award-winning collection is for you! Included are eight monologues and seven speeches. The monologues are nicely divided among male, female, or non-gender specific actors. Titles include "Malchus," "Where Are Thy Accusers," "Peter," "A Good Samaritan," "Simeon," "Vashti," "A Stranger in a Stranger Land," and the poetic "Loving Hands." The speeches, none of which are gender specific, include such titles as "The Lie," "Fishing," "The Sins of the...