Drama Ministry

Director's Chair

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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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And The Conductor Was Sore Afraid

Participating in the yearly Sunday school Christmas pageant gave me the erroneous impression that the humble barn where Jesus was born had been a quiet setting. Read Post →
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