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Superhero Dramas to Save the Day!

"Faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, able to leap tall buildings in a single bound!" Join us as we explore a super selection of heroic dramas that tackle the topics of faith, prayer, commitment, identity, trust, waiting, and more. Each of these scripts includes a super-hero twist...that might just save the day! Read Post →

Dynamic Dramas for Easter

Join us as we explore some our most dynamic Easter-themed dramas that proclaim the truth and power of Christ's Resurrection! Read Post →

Christmas Scripts Inspired by the Infant & Manger

Welcome to part four of our special Christmas series of scripts and devotionals! This time we'll look deeper into the night of Jesus' birth and explore Christmas Scripts Inspired by the Infant & Manger. Read Post →

Christmas Scripts Inspired by Angels & Stars

Join us as we explore the significance of angels and stars in the Christmas story! We'll also look at Christmas scripts inspired by the signs and wonders that God used to announce the birth of Jesus! Read Post →

Christmas Scripts Inspired by the Shepherds & Wise Men

The following devotional and script selections remind us of the shepherds and wise men, and their special place in the Christmas story. Shepherds and wise men are fixtures in our nativity sets, and it just wouldn't be Christmas without arranging those heirloom porcelain figures around the manger scene. But have you ever wondered about the shepherds and wise men? Read Post →

Christmas Scripts Inspired by Mary

Welcome to part one of our special four-part journey into Christmas! The following devotional and featured script selections focus on Mary and the importance of her role in the Christmas story. Join us as we begin with Christmas Scripts Inspired by Mary. Read Post →

Remarkable Reader's Theatre for Christmas

In this feature, we'll explore a selection of Reader's Theatre scripts for Christmas. These pieces call for small casts ranging from 1 to 6 readers, are shorter in length, and are easy to perform! Read Post →

Writing A Monologue

I love writing a monologue. There's something so poetic about climbing into a character's head, painting a picture with words for an audience, and expressing thoughts in a memorable way to drive a point home. Read Post →

Directing from Onstage

I once worked with a drama director at a local church who, during an especially stressful rehearsal period, jokingly grumbled, “Our next show is going to be a one-man production. Starring me.” Of course, some directors would sooner leave town than be caught performing onstage... Read Post →

Six Days Till Sunday: A Week in the Life of a Sketch

Okay, so you'd like more than six days? Fine. These are just hypothetical steps that can fit longer schedules just as well. But don't kid yourself. Many a sketch goes down with even less than six days’ warning... Read Post →
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