This drama set contains most of the scripts that were shown in the 2009 Wonder Arts Drama Showcase. Most of the drama scripts contained in this set have been used in church services and represent a varied range of topics.
Some of the scripts in this set are available as individual scripts that do contain ..
2009 Arts Conference Drama Showcase
by Mark Demel
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An opening monologue is given at the very beginning of an Easter church service by a stage "volunteer". He's just as surprised as anyone that he's in church on Easter, let alone helping with the production. He's even moved back his golfing tee-time with some friends so he could be at church. At this ..
A Change In Tee-Time
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We often worry about appropriateness. How is this going to look? Is this okay? Maybe more than God does? That is the thought Ron probes as he tells to us the story of a fifteen year old girl in need of help. Sometimes in scenes with "young Hannah" and sometimes talking to the audience directly, Ron ..
A Welcome Thing
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In this monologue, a man talks about planning his own funeral. He wants it to be a festive affair-no organ music or formal dress. He wants balloons, party mix, and casual attire...all the things that were part of his happiest moments in life. Yet when he thinks about the afterlife, there are so many ..
Angel Interviews Script (from Imagine Christmas: From the Beginning)
Arts Conference 2006: Forging a Script: Editing It into Something that Works
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The effectiveness of drama ministry hinges upon the quality of the script. What do you look for in a script? What do you want to avoid? How do you move a script from one with potential to one that can be executed? Walk through an actual editing process for a script here at Willow Creek. See the ..
Arts Conference 2007: Forging a Script: Editing It into Something that Works
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Brett returns to his office late on a Friday night and is frightened by his administrative assistant Sharon, who is still there working late. He is elated because his business trip was a success, and credits her with playing a key role. As he praises her work and tries to convince her that she'll ..