Mark 14 & 16 is a set of 6 reader's theater scripts including teacher cueing for text to text and text to world connections as well as a compare and contrast discussion. Number of characters spans from 2 to 25, run time varies from 3 minutes to 10.
Three wives and the ResurrectionThree women discuss the Jews cover up of the resurrection and are faced with the possibility Jesus was, indeed, the resurrected Son of God. Run time: 6 minutes, 3 female cast.
The Meaning of Easter Interview
Reminds viewers its not candy, ham or fashion but Jesus. Approximate Run time 2 minutes, 5 member cast
An Alien at Easter
Out of this world look at how we celebrate the holiday. Run time 2 minutes, 6 characters, as many extras as desired.
Roman soldier monologue
The soldier at the cross who has witnessed many crucifixions can’t get the words “Father, forgive them” out of his head. Run time: 2 minutes
Follows the lives of best buds Dexios and Ehud, zealots at the time of Christ. One becomes a believer, the other remains a skeptic, even as they are crucified on either side of Jesus. Run time 14 minutes, 2 characters and a voice of Jesus.
Nick and Joe - a 10 minute script for 11+ characters. As they prepare Christ’s body for burial, Nicodemus and Joseph remember their interactions with Jesus and regret keeping their faith a secret. ZIP file includes .PDF script and diagram for staging. FK reading level: 5.5
Last Supper Servants - Five scenes from Luke 22 and John 13 & 14. Jesus washes his disciple's feet and institutes the Last Supper. Includes graphics of related scriptures for multimedia presentations.
The Crucifixion Coronation compares the Roman Imperial Triumph celebration and parade to Jesus’ journey to the cross. Jesus is revealed as both King of Kings and the Son of God. Two versions: skit and a monologue with run times of 3-4 minutes.
- Fools for Christ
- Holiday scripts
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