A refreshing take on The Christmas Story. This 40-45 minute production centers around the adoption of a child; a young boy, who needs Christ first and a home second. He gets both. The baseball card is the key for him to understand the gift of God in Jesus Christ. There are song suggestions through out and a few original lyrics set to common tunes.View details
Sarah Porcher Sinskie has adapted the story “The Legend of the Candy Cane” by Helen Haidle into a children’s Christmas play. A candy maker looks for a way to use his craft to promote the real meaning of Christmas. The play is 7 pages long [approx. 14 minutes] with a cast of 4 main characters and an expandable cast of extras. See the preview for a complete cast list.View details
Charles Dickens classic has been adapted into a 12 page reader’s theater by Julie Kovacik. The script has 14 voices. See the preview for a complete cast list.View details
Julie Kovacik has pulled together a myriad of fables into a delightful program for preschool or elementary aged children. There is 15 minutes of speaking. Additionally, costume suggestions, songs, and Scripture verses are suggested to accompany each fable.View details
This sweet reader’s theatre is a tribute to Moms. The 3 minute piece is written to be given by 5 children. The writer compares a mother’s work with her children to the care of a gardener growing tender plants.View details
Randy Pilz has created a 37 page play that can be made into a cantata with the addition of songs that are suggested through out the script. [75 minute play/90 minute cantata] The preview contains the cast list.
Charles Dickens’ Christmas Carol is one of the most beloved stories of the season. This special adaptation is delightfully familiar in its characterization, yet markedly different in its message. As you will see, in this version there are no ghosts. Instead, a guilty conscience, a vivid dreamland imagination, and the convicting Spirit of God sent to convince a man of his wretched condition.
Scrooge needs much more than mere human and social reformation; he needs true transformation by the grace of God. The real answer lies not in a man turning over a new leaf, but in a man turning to new life through salvation in Jesus Christ. For the Bible tells us, “Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold all things are become new.”View details
A Story of Joy is the 3rd lesson in a series of 10 puppet scripts from The Fruit of the Spirit series where five elementary-aged children discover the power of the Holy Spirit in their lives as they develop the spiritual fruit listed in Galatians 5:22-23. See the 10 lesson volume for a preview of each lesson.View details
This 3 page script teaches the important lesson that there are consequences to sin. Story requires the use of 4 puppets; 2 grade school boys, a Mom, and another female puppet. Written by Julie Kovacik.View details
A 30 minute dramatic play adaptation of the novel “Alice in Wonderland”. The cast can be expanded from as few as 13 characters to as many as you can fit on stage. Plenty of roles for extras. Elementary or High School level production.View details