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Easter
(17 Skits) 
Faces at the Cross
I Am
Lent is Spent
More Than a Chocolate Cross
What Jesus Did for Me
In His Own Words
Down from the Cross
Hope at the Cross
With this Cup
He Has Risen
It is Finished
A Knight's Tale
All You Need
Dear Jesus
The Accused
Love Will Find a Way
The Painting
 
   
Mother's Day
(17 Skits) 
Always Be My Baby
Kids Say the Funniest Things
The Mommy Method
When I Was Little
The Family Quilt
Mommy Training Camp
Motherhood Hall of Fame
Heart Strings
What I Admire Most
When the Rains Came
911
Hats
The Wizard of Aaahhs
A Breath of Fresh Air
Shine
Mom's Star Search
Mirror, Mirror
 
   
Faces at the Cross - Drama

$10.00

The crucifixion of Jesus evokes different emotions from different people, even for those who were present at the time of  Jesus' death.  This skit explores what some of those people might have been feeling:  the Chief Priests mocked Jesus and felt justice had been served; one thief on the cross next to Jesus felt remorse, while the other thought only of himself; Mary Magdalene and John struggled with the meaning of it all; Jesus' mother Mary trusted that God had a plan for her son, even in his death; and Lucifer and his Chief Demon Baylock, rejoiced and claimed victory. The end of the skit shows Mary Magdalene discovering Jesus has risen from the dead, much to the dismay of Lucifer. 

Characters: 11 Length: 5-8 minutes
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I Am - Drama

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Satan has accused 3 individuals and has brought them before God for trial - he plans to condemn each one for their various sins and sentence them to death.  The accused are: a married woman who had an affair, a man with a severe gambling problem, and a woman who left a young girl paralyzed after a drunken accident. After his interrogation, Satan believes he has enough to "convict" each person, and begins to celebrate his victory.  That is, until Jesus shows up, reminding Satan that "anyone who believes in me, though he were dead, shall not perish but have eternal life." Jesus reminds us of why he came, and saves the souls of the accused, setting them free.

There is an option at the end of the skit to sing or play a song of your choice.  While any appropriate song would work here, the author recommends "I Am," by Mark Schultz.

Characters: 9 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Lent is Spent - Comedy

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When a Pastor challenges people to "take on" things for Lent season, it causes some confusion and wonderment for a little girl named Sally. She's not sure what she's supposed to do, since she is so used to giving things up for Lent.  Her friend Pete thinks he can help and suggests ways to clean out her belly button, confusing "Lent" with "lint."  When Pete finally gets the concept, he begins offering some good ideas, but it seems his ideas tend to help himself more than anyone else.  When Sally points this out, Pete admits "taking on" things is hard, and wonders if the Pastor considered this before he suggested it.  The discussion briefly turns to what Jesus took on for us (our sins) and then how he gave his life so we could live forever in heaven. In the end, Pete and some other friends find ways to truly help others and make some changes in their attitudes, grasping the concept the Pastor originally intended.

Characters: 4 Length: 5-8 minutes
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More Than a Chocolate Cross - Comedy/Drama

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Gail and Josh have always like Easter: Peter Cottontail, coloring eggs and the baskets full of candy...and they can't wait for this year's big Easter egg hunt in the park, which is supposed to be bigger and better than ever.  However, when they meet up with their friends, Ray and June, and start to see the holiday from their perspective, Easter begins to take on a whole new meaning. 

Characters: 4 Length: 5-8 minutes
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What Jesus Did for Me - Comedy/Drama

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A children's Sunday School teacher wants to teach the story of the death and resurrection of Jesus, and she feels the best way is to "show" them, by allowing them to act out various parts of the Easter story.  For one boy in particular, he learns how difficult it must have been for Jesus, and how much God loved us to allow His only son to go through such a horrible experience. But in the end, the focus is on the resurrection and the idea that there is hope for us to live forever in heaven because of the sacrifice Jesus made for all of us.

Characters: 7 Length: 8-10 minutes
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In His Own Words - Drama

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In a monologue written especially for kids (or for those new to the faith), Jesus speaks about why he was sent to Earth, why he died and why he rose again.  According to Jesus, God had a special plan in mind for him all along.  In many ways, Jesus is a lot like each one of us, and in many ways, he's not.  He was sent here to teach the world about his heavenly father, God, and to take on the sins of the world, even though he was innocent. And although there are elements of sadness in the story of Jesus' death, in this skit, Jesus wants us to focus on the resurrection, and the hope for eternal life that it brings.

This skit is told in a simple, touching, and sincere way that kids will easily understand and relate to.

Characters: 1 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Down from the Cross - Comedy/Drama

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It's Easter, and the decorating committee is preparing for the annual service. According to the committee, "We can't make the stage look too cheerful."....Easter is "a terrible, awful time when Jesus suffered and died. It's full of pain and misery. There's nothing happy about it."  However, when Jesus makes a surprise appearance, he doesn't like the focus of the day. He can't understand why everyone wants to focus on his pain and suffering, instead of celebrating his life and victory over death.  The ladies of the committee try to convince Jesus to get back up on the cross but he tells them the suffering is over and that he came down from the cross a long time ago.  He'd rather focus on his relationship with them now.  But they aren't buying it, and even the Pastor agrees.  He tells Jesus that if he doesn't get back on the cross, he's going to ruin the whole service! Jesus wonders if everyone has "gone mad" and asks "Doesn't anyone care that I'm alive?" It doesn't appear so, until a little girl sees him. Finally, it takes the eyes of a child to see Jesus as he really is and to recognize what Easter is truly about.

Characters: 5 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Hope at the Cross - Drama

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Five people come to the foot of the cross, each struggling with a different problem:  a teen girl is looking for love in the wrong places; an old man misses his wife who has passed away; a young man regrets some bad decisions, which led to a drunken accident; a woman feels the heartache of dealing with a mother who has Alzheimer's; and a man struggles with his addiction to gambling. But when Jesus enters the picture, he removes each of their struggles and replaces them with words of comfort, love, freedom and forgiveness, reminding all of them that there is hope at the cross.

Characters: 7 Length: 5-8 minutes
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With this Cup - Comedy/Drama

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All of the disciples have gathered in the upper room as Jesus has instructed them to do, but none of them knows why they are there.  After a bit of fun and fellowship, Jesus begins to explain what is about to happen to him regarding his crucifixion and resurrection.  He knows the disciples won't understand, but he feels the need to try to explain anyway. 

This skit was originally written for children, so they could get a glimpse of what communion means and see an example of it through the skit.

Characters: 15 Length: 5-8 minutes
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He Has Risen - Drama

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This skit picks up soon after the crucifixion of Jesus, and is told through the eyes of John, the beloved disciple.  John and Peter are contemplating how such a tragic event could have happened and why Jesus didn't stop it, even though he had the power to do so.  In the midst of their discussion, Mary Magdalene rushes in claiming Jesus is not in the tomb.  Later, we discover Jesus has risen from the grave, and he appears to Mary and the other disciples.  He talks to them of how he will send a comforter and that they should preach and teach in his name.  In the end, Jesus makes his ascension to heaven.

Characters: 5 Length: 4-5 minutes
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It is Finished - Drama

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This skit picks up as Jesus is entering Jerusalem and the people are waving palm branches at him. The story is told through the eyes of John, the beloved disciple.  As Jesus nears Jerusalem the people are greatly anticipating his arrival, waving palm branches and calling him the "deliverer" and "King Jesus."  But not everyone is happy at Jesus' arrival: the Pharisees see how easily Jesus leads the people and develop a plot to kill him. When Jesus tells of one who will soon betray him, John can't believe it, until he sees it with his own eyes.  Soon, the Pharisees enter the garden where Jesus was praying, and arrest him.  John describes the scene at the foot of the cross, as he wonders how such a thing could have happened to his friend and teacher, not knowing that the best was yet to come.

 


Characters: 8 Length: 4-5 minutes
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A Knight's Tale - Drama

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This is a tale of God's love and loosely parallels the story of Jesus death and resurrection as well as the forgiveness we are given as God's child.  Told in a "fairy tale" manner, it is a good reminder for all ages of God's gift of salvation and forgiveness.

King Edward Maubry and his daughter, Princess Audra, live happily in the Kingdom of Templar.  Everything a princess could want is within the her father's realm.  The only rule that must be obeyed is to stay within the boundaries of the kingdom, for only mischief and evil reside outside the king's land.  When Audra begins to question her father's rule she is warned that only separation and heartache will follow her but she is also told she is not a prisoner within the kingdom and she is free to leave as she chooses.  Although Audra was tempted to leave, she abided by her father's rule.  That is, until one day Audra hears a soft and gentle voice coming from the castle courtyard.  A man appears who seems kind (but who is really a fire breathing dragon in disguise) convinces Audra to leave the boundaries of the kingdom.  She soon learns that no freedom comes without a high price.

Characters: 5 Length: 8-10 minutes
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All You Need - Comedy/Drama

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Jill is lonely and distraught after her longtime boyfriend, who she thought was going to propose, dumps her instead.  As a way to fulfill the emptiness she feels inside, she turns to online chat rooms and the Home Shopping Network, where she orders every item she sees. When her friend, Renee, shows up "calling" Jill on her recent destructive behavior, Jill doesn't want to hear any of it.  Instead, she keeps right on buying smoothie machines and chin stretchers, and chatting online with new men, hoping to build her damaged self-esteem.  All the while, Jesus talks tenderly to Jill, hoping to lure her from her destructive patterns and into his arms, proving once and for all, Jesus is all she really needs.  

Characters: 4 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Dear Jesus - Drama

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Ted and Jill and have given a mysterious, priceless box.  They don't know why the box was given to them or what it contains, but they do know it's very heavy.  Imagine their surprise when they open the box to discover it's empty.  Or is it?  When Jill puts her hand in the box she can feel something in there but still can't see anything.  It sounds impossible, but the situation becomes more so when Jill and Ted begin pulling letters out of the box that date all the way back to Jesus era!  They find letters from Jarius, who's daughter he thought dead, the women who touched the hem of Jesus' garment, the adulteress woman who was about to be stoned and even from Mary, Jesus' mother.  Each letter contains some kind of sentiment on what their life would have been like had Jesus not been a part of it.  More current letters also appear as we hear from a little girl afraid of the dark, a grieving husband and a prison inmate convicted of murder.  In the end, Ted and Jill are reminded of their own life and what it would mean if Jesus weren't a part of it.  

Characters: 5 Length: 5-8 minutes
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The Accused - Drama

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Who is to blame for the crucifixion of Jesus?  Five characters stand ready to accuse each other, each claiming they are not to blame.  Loosely based on Biblical characters such as Peter, Pilate, Judas, and the Chief Priests, these characters are the "Everyman," and could easily be any one of us.  Each character feels someone else is to blame, when in fact they all had their hand in sending Jesus to the cross.  In the end, the characters and the audience as well, come to realize we are all to blame; however, none of us stand accused, since Jesus willingly died for each one of us out of love.

Characters: 5 Length: 3-5 minutes
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Love Will Find a Way - Drama

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Abigail asks Jesus for an interview not long after his crucifixion and miraculous resurrection, right before his ascension into heaven.  She feels the people, including herself, need to understand the emotions Jesus underwent during the most difficult period in his life.  As she recounts the events that happened, Jesus is candid and honest about what he experienced, ranging from the grief he felt at being betrayed to the joy of his resurrection. Abigail is baffled as to why Jesus would do these things willingly, but in the end she finally understands that through it all, his love was the driving force.

Characters: 2 Length: 5-8 minutes
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The Painting - Comedy

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A woman is in an art gallery and discovers a painting she wants to buy.  While seeing the price has already been paid and the painting is free, she becomes insistent on paying for the painting anyway--she can't comprehend the painting is free.  This illustrates how some people cannot accept Jesus' sacrifice of love.

Characters: 5 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Always Be My Baby - Drama

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Inspired by the book, "Love You Forever," by Robert Munsch, this skit takes you through the various stages of parenthood and childhood.  We begin as Mom and Dad bring their new bundle of joy home from the hospital, venture through the middle school years, through graduation, marriage and grandchildren.  All the while, Mom bestows her son with her loving mantra: "No matter how old you are, or where  you set your feet...I'll always be your mom and you'll always be my baby."  The relationship comes full circle in the end, when the Son moves back to his hometown, to take care of his aging parents.  

Told with love and sincerity, this touching skit will pull at the heartstrings of any parent! 

Characters: 6 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Kids Say the Funniest Things - Comedy

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The talk show "Kids Say the Funniest Things" is in full session, and today the topic is "Moms."  As the Host asks each child a question, they answer with candid and funny answers, such as, Question: "Why did God make mothers?  Answer: Because she's the only one who knows where the scotch tape is."  This skit reminds us of the humorous way children view their moms and the things they do.  Originally written for elementary age students, this skit is flexible enough to accommodate a large or small cast with a few simple line reassignments. Perfect for a mother/daughter banquet, Sunday School class or smaller school classroom. This skit will have your moms in stitches, as the funniest words come from the mouths of babes!

Characters: 4 Length: 5-8 minutes
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The Mommy Method - Comedy

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Beth, a very pregnant adult woman, confides in her mother she's terrified of her impending motherhood. She doesn't want to be one of those "helicopter moms" who constantly hovers over her children or a "karaoke mom" who dresses and talks like her kids in order to stay hip and young.  Through the course of conversation, various other mothering styles are discussed, such as: "dry cleaner mom" who wants to drop her kids off and expects someone else to take care of the "dirty work;" "volcano mom" who erupts suddenly without warning over minor things; "dropout mom" who checks out physically, spiritually or emotionally; "bullied mom" who gives control to her kids; "groupie mom" who worships her kids; and "commando mom" who enforces rules and punishment but lacks love and relationship.

Characters: 13 Length: 10-15 minutes
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When I Was Little - Comedy

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It's Granny Emma's birthday, which happens to coincide with Mother's Day this year, and four generations of women gather together for a family photo to celebrate this special day.  While searching for lost shoes, and fiddling with jacket zippers, Emmie, (Emma's great-granddaughter) begins to ask questions about what life was like when her mom was little, especially when it came to the relationship between her, and her grandmother.  "Did Granny play with you, like Nana plays with me?" she asks. With the help of a family photo album, and the memories of her Granny Emma, Emmie learns she has more in common with her mom than she thought, as well as what it means to be thankful for the blessings in your life.

Characters: 4 Length: 5-8 minutes
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The Family Quilt - Comedy

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Three generations of women have gathered to sew the family quilt: Grandma, her three adult daughters, and one grown granddaughter.  Normal family discussion ensues as the women talk about various patches and memories that are displayed on the quilt.  The granddaughter recognizes a patch from her baby blanket, a daughter sees the material from the dress she was wearing when her husband proposed, and another daughter recognizes the material from her favorite curtains as a child.  All is well, as each woman reflects on their individual memories, until a flaw is discovered on the quilt: Rachel, the grandaughter, has used various colors of thread on her sections of the quilt, instead of the uniform white thread the others are using.  At first the mistake seems huge and Rachel, though heartbroken at her mistake, is willing to tear out the work and start over.  However, the wisdom of her Grandma is shown, as Grandma begins to recount the ways a quilt is like a family.  "The flaws are what make us unique....although each piece is different when it's all together it's beautiful...sewn together, each piece is stronger than when it's alone..."  Little by little the family realizes that instead of a huge mistake, a new story has been woven into the fabric of their  life on that day, like so many other patches on the quilt.  In the end, the family sees how they are more like a quilt than they ever would have thought. 

Characters: 5 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Mommy Training Camp - Comedy

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Jack is tired of hearing his wife complain about how tired she is, how busy she is keeping up with the kids and how hard she works as a mom, so he decides to enlist in a mommy training camp to prove that her complaints "are all in her head." After all, he thinks, "How hard can it be?"  His confidence begins to waver when Nora, the woman in charge, brings out a HUGE training manual with the list of all his duties.  The title of "mother" doesn't seem so easy after Jack hears what his training will require, which includes things like: making home-cooked meals only (no fast food), making lists and grocery shopping, cleaning, doing laundry, scheduling appointments, sending out birthday cards to friends and family (no e-mail, since cards are more personal), becoming a "room mother," dieting, plucking his eyebrows, shaving his legs...and the list goes on and on.  By the end of the skit, Jack isn't so convinced being a mom is such an easy task and decides to not only re-think his enrollment in the training camp, but he feels he owes his wife a big apology, and a lot more help around the house!

Characters: 6 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Motherhood Hall of Fame - Comedy

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The Board of the Motherhood Hall of Fame has commenced. Biblical mothers and Board Members include: Hannah (mother of Samuel), Hagar (mother of Ishmael), Sarah (mother of Isaac) and Board President--Mary (the mother of Jesus.) Angela, a modern day "every woman," is petitioning to be included in the Hall of Fame, but the Board is hesitant to let her "in" until they know of her qualifications. The Board's idea of Hall of Fame material, is a "Leave it to Beaver" type of mother, but Angela insists that every mother is special and deserves to be in the Hall of Fame. She says, "All moms are extraordinary.  Not because of what we do, if we work or don't work, if we're married or single, if we have 1 child or 10...what makes us special is who we are: the fact that we love our children and do our best to raise them." The Board seems skeptical at first but Angela eventually wins them over, and for a moment even both Sarah and Hagar find something in the other to admire: they're both moms. 

Characters: 5 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Heart Strings - Comedy

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When Kate was little she adored her mom, then during her teenage years she abhorred her mom.  As she became an adult and had her own children, Kate began to realize all the ways she depended on and appreciated her mother.  This skit gives a sneak peek into the special relationship between a mother and her daughter through the years.  For every mother who's had a daughter, and for every daughter who's become a mother, this skit will pull at your own heart strings, and bring back precious memories of your own.  

Characters: 6 Length: 10-12 minutes
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What I Admire Most - Comedy

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When Jen discovers she's pregnant, she shares the news with her mother and mother-in-law.  After the excitement dies down, what follows is a light-hearted discussion about the ups and downs of motherhood.  Lynn, Jen's mom, confesses there were days she wanted to "drop the kids off at the babysitter and seriously consider about leaving them there for good!" while Lucy, her mother-in-law admits feeling guilty about continuing to work after her children were born.  The two experienced moms reveal things they've admired about each other over the years, such as the ability to be home with the kids or the capability of balancing a home and work life.  In the end, the mothers and mother-to-be discuss the impossible expectations most moms seem to place upon themselves, and find that the only thing they can do is love their children and raise them the best way they can.

Characters: 3 Length: 5-8 minutes
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When the Rains Came - Comedy

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The three little pigs are all grown up and Mother Pig encourages them to "marry and build homes of their own." When Daisy Pig asks "What kinds of things should we choose to build our homes?" her mother replies, "Think back to your own childhood: recall those moments that made you the happiest.  Remember the the things that brought you comfort and made you feel safe.  Build your home upon those things."  However, Mother Pig is later shocked when she finds out the real causes of her daughter's happiness: one daughter is obsessed with wealth; another with perfection.  But what about the third daughter? Just maybe she has found the real source of a happy home: a solid foundation.  Can a Mother Pig dare to dream?

Characters: 5 Length: 8-10 minutes
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911 - Comedy

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A frantic woman shows up at a police station to file a missing person's report.  "Alice Moore has been missing for maybe 3 or 4 years," the woman claims.  The officer is at once suspicious and begins asking questions about Alice's disappearance. "Why didn't you report this earlier?" he asks the woman.  Her reply was, "I figured she'd come back eventually, but she didn't."  The woman then goes on to tell how Alice lived a carefree life full of hobbies and interests, but that it all seemed to change after she had children.  When the woman finally shows the officer a picture of Alice, the officer wants to know if this is all a bad joke, because the woman reporting Alice missing, is none other than Alice, herself.

Characters: 2 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Hats - Monologue

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"I can sum up motherhood in one word: "hats," says one woman.  Apparently, she has a chef hat, housekeeper hat, chauffeur's hat, nurse's hat, detective hat etc.  This fun 1 person monologue can be read to the audience as a letter or acted out, signifying all the "hats" (roles) women have as mothers.  Actual hat props are optional.

Characters: 1 Length: 5-8 minutes
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The Wizard of Aaahhs - Comedy

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Dorothy Rhodes awakens from a nap to find a strange woman in her living room.  The woman, resembling the owner of the bakery down the street, claims she is looking for the Wizard of Aaahhs and wants to know if Dorothy can help her in her search.  Dorothy becomes confused, as she has never heard of such a person.  But one by one, the people in Dorothy's life enter her living room, all looking for the same wise Wizard, and help with their problems: a loss of perspective, no hope, loss of identity etc.  As she rubs her fuzzy house slippers together, chanting "There's no place like home," Dorothy does indeed encounter the Wizard, where she learns the valuable lessons in the land of "Aaahhs."

Characters: 8 Length: 10-12 minutes
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A Breath of Fresh Air - Comedy

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The ladies of the of S.S.A. (Stinky Smells Anonymous) are discouraged with some of the "drudgeries" of motherhood; dirty diapers, potty training, babies spitting up etc. So, when the first meeting of S.S.A. commences, the ladies find a common bond in some of the "stenches" only mothers can truly understand.  They are reminded of the old Calgon commercial that says, "Calgon, take me away!"  They comment on how nice it would be if they could be whisked away in real life.  Suddenly, one of the moms reaches up to heaven and says, "Jesus, take me away!"  and she is magically transported to a place of blue skies and flowers.  She thinks she is in heaven.  The other ladies soon follow and they learn how Jesus can help "transport" them any time they need a break from the pressures and even "smells" of motherhood. They soon realize that paradise is only a breath away.

Characters: 7 Length: 10-12 minutes
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Shine - Narrative

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Based on the song "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star,"  and 1 Corinthians 15:41, this monologue/rhyme emphasizes the unique talents and gifts God gave to each mother. 

Characters: 1 Length: 3-5 minutes
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Mom's Star Search - Comedy

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Welcome to "Star Search:  Mother's Edition."  With the help of our judges, Betty Crocker, Martha Stewart, and Society, we watch 4 moms compete in various tasks in order to be named "The Most Talented Mom in America." Competitions include: diaper changing, singing, cleaning, ironing, riding with children in the car, and yes, even being sexy!  But is this what God had in mind for motherhood?  Find out, in this hilarious, physical comedy.

Characters: 9 Length: 10-15 minutes
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Mirror, Mirror - Comedy

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This lighthearted look at motherhood begins with a woman wanting to know how she is doing in her role as a mother. She asks her mirror:  "Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the fairest mom of all?" The mirror is hesitant to answer, however, given that he is prone to telling the truth.  But, at the insistence of the woman the mirror begins to tell her the truth as he sees it.  When she becomes discouraged, it takes two other household mirrors to convince the woman that the truth isn't always as it may initially seem.

Characters: 4 Length: 5-8 minutes
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As another school year begins, so does another chapter in the life of Skits and Stuff.

  After some careful consideration, I am announcing that I will no longer be accepting custom skit requests.

I know this may be an inconvenience to several of my repeat customers, and for that I apologize. 

After several years of writing custom skits, and for the greater good of this website and all my customers, I feel it's time for a change.

I will still continue to write new skits but the way I populate the database will be a bit different from now on.

Instead of accepting custom skit requests, I will be looking for skit ideas.  Each month I will be focusing on a specific topic(s) such as Thanksgiving or women's ministry etc. During that time, I will welcome ideas and suggestions for those topics.  The main difference is that skits will no longer be customized to fit a   particular program, therefore making the skits on this site more "universal" - appealing to a wider variety of people. 

It is my goal to continue to populate the database with new skits that are fresh and interesting.  It's just how I go about doing that will look a little different from now on. 

To find out what I'm currently working on or what kind of ideas I'm looking for, just check the top of this page. 

I'm still in the process of updating my website to reflect the new changes, so please be patient. I appreciate your patience and understanding as I venture out into this new avenue of Skits and Stuff.

Thank you for all your great ideas over the years, and please, keep them coming!

--Rayeann
Updated August 14, 2013