Drama Ministry

Director's Chair

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Teamwork Works: One Model for Ministry

It's Tuesday, and your pastor gave two thumbs up to the sketch you picked out for his sermon. All that's left is to round up the cast and start rehearsals. Read Post →
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The Unspoken Contract

When I take my wife out to eat at a restaurant, I expect certain things to be done. Read Post →
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What Makes Dialogue Good?

Despite ever-increasing budgets for high-tech movies, great movies are first and foremost great stories. Read Post →
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Matching the Actor to the Role

Summer is the perfect time to prepare for the busy Fall/Winter season by recharging your group's creativity. Read Post →
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Don't Call Us...We'll Call You

Whether casting for a single production or developing a drama team, holding auditions can be a stressful process for both you and your actors. Read Post →
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Test Driving A Script

Few of us would buy a car without first driving it. Sure, we might like its lines, its horsepower or its price. Read Post →
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Cross Where and Don't Break What?

Theatrical terminology can be very confusing to people who are new to drama ministry. Being on stage and listening to a director speak lingo you can barely understand can be intimidating... Read Post →
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The Drama Retreat

Actors tired? Techs uninspired? Leadership less than wired? When your drama ministry needs a change of scene, a retreat offers a unique opportunity to refresh your team and renew your creative spirit. Read Post →
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Building Blocks

Although it would be nice to have a theater degree and a group of 20 professional actors signed up for the drama at your church, it is not necessary. Read Post →
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Servant or Star?

I got an e-mail the other day from a drama team member who felt he was not being given enough "stage time." Read Post →
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