This sketch was written following the September 11th attack and focuses on the issue of racial prejudice. Ken returns home from work and asks his wife, Erin, if the insurance adjuster showed up. Erin says "yes," but confesses she didn't let him look at the roof-"he was middle-eastern!" Ken is frustrated ..
by Donna Lagerquist
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Turn the other cheek? Give to whoever asks? Are these commands meant to be taken literally? In this "drama within a drama" the actors break from reading Jesus' words when one of them confesses he's skeptical. The words sound noble enough, but nobody he knows really lives them. Two brief scenes ..
Famous Lost Words
by Judson Poling
This short video depicts trendy, fashionable people, as a catchy music riff plays underneath. While we naturally label these people as attractive, scriptural truths are displayed that remind us not to show favoritism based on outward appearance. The video closes by asking several no-nonsense questions ..
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Vicki and Russ come across a bag of cocaine in their son's room. They confront him with assumptions and accusations before he has had a chance to explain. He is angry that they've jumped to conclusions and informs them that he took the bag away from a friend who is trying to "kick" the habit. Russ' ..
by Sharon Sherbondy
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A therapy group for impulse recoverythat is giving into personal impulses such as speaking without thinking, shopping for the sake of shopping, etc.quickly descends into chaos as Dr. Cramp tries to step in for Dr. Jensen who is absent from this first meeting. Just when the mayhem seems beyond ..
by Jeff Berryman
In this monologue, a man struggles with trust in the everyday relationships of life. His son has had a recent accident, so he is reluctant to trust his driving. His wife has embarrassed him in front of some co-workers, as well as upset his placid marriage with demands he be more sensitive and meet ..
Three couples are enjoying a backyard barbecue. Ted, the host, is a nice guy, but his evasive and somewhat hostile answer to a simple question causes Penny to confront him. She is tired of the group saying, "That's just Ted." As the group negotiates an uncomfortable situation, Ted's wife Lisa begins ..
Kind of Rare
by Mark Demel
Lou Loughetti is leading a corporate seminar about gender sensitivity. He sets up some role play situations which illustrate various dilemmas. His first scene involves a man and a woman approaching a door at the same time. Should the man hold the door? Should the woman? Should anybody? The next scene ..