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EASTER Q and A
An interactive Easter experience
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   (10 Scripts, Photocopy Rights, and Performance Rights)
Performance Renewal: $15.00  more info
Video Rights: $5.00
Running Time: 30 minutes
Speaking Cast: 1 female, 2 males, 8 either, 11 total cast
Flexibility: gender flexible
Age range: All ages
Bible verses: Matthew 17:5-9, Matthew 27:40, John 19:27, Matthew 27:46-54, Matthew 28:7, John 20:19-29, Revelation 3:20
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Synopsis
Three visitors, circa two thousand years ago, show up at your church on Easter. Naturally, there’s curiosity about these followers of Christ. When the floor is opened for discussion, several audience “plants” ask a variety of questions in an informal town hall meeting style: Peter on fishing – on the Sea of Galilee or among people, Mary’s frustration at her inability to help the One who helped her at the Crucifixion, and Andrew describing Jesus’ appearances post-resurrection, reassuring believers today with Jesus’ own words, “Blessed are those who do not see, yet believe.” The congregational participation lends a spontaneous feel to the interplay between audience and actors. Only minimal rehearsal required. An involving and memorable experience for the entire congregation.
Related Titles:
JESUS WAS, JESUS IS
An Easter play on the nature of Christ
An Easter sunrise program
I SAW HIM
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INTERRUPTIONS FROM LIFE
Dramatic monologs to illustrate sermons
 

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