Youth groups like to make services far more engaging and vibrant, and one way to do that is to use skits or plays to kick-start a message or get a point across. The ESource provides skits that are appropriate for youth groups, family groups, and more. They tend to be more Lutheran focused but can go well beyond one denomination. The ESource also accepts submissions to the site.
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Monologues for Teens
Monologues for Teens - Daily Actor
Easter may be a few months away, but these Easter drama scripts will help you prepare for that weekend. These scripts were presented in separate rooms with props and decor that fit the scene. Following the last scene, we had a leader read Matthew and led the kids in a time of celebratory worship because Jesus is Alive! After using the stations idea, we decided to create a full worship service that incorporated similar sketches between times of singing. We used the multiple verses of Were You There? The scripts use small groups of performers who had minimal lines, so it was easier to use high school students or older kids for the parts. The scripts also use a Narrator, which helps to give the kids context to each scene.
Free 1-Act Plays for Drama Class
Fun interactive mystery dinner theater! The Biblical drama of Queen Esther. A fun murder mystery dinner spoofing Charlie's Angels! As Jesus tells people parables in a Bible times setting, the parables are acted out in a modern office scenario to relay the gospel message.
These plays are a type of play from early American theater. This type of play normally has the same characters every time. These include a hero, a heroine, a villain and a side kick. The hero always defeats the villain and rescues the heroine.