Carrie Varnell lives in Plano, TX with her husband Randy, her two kids- Rachel and Graham- two dogs and one gerbil (there were three gerbils, but that’s a long story). She and her family attend The Heights Baptist Church in Richardson, TX.
Carrie has been performing, writing and directing for…many years. She has worked with theatre companies around the Dallas metroplex and has performed for various groups such as MOPS International and other women’s ministries. When she is not on the road with the Skitzy Chicks she works as the script consultant for SkitGuys.com. If you ever need any help with scripts, you can email her at email@example.com.
Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego are faced with losing their lives because of their faith in God.
A mom is gets real during a therapy session while a wise and caring therapist puts things into perspective.
A simple and fun way to tell the story of the night Christ was born.
Tom and Kate have been spending too much money and quickly figure out that their lack of peace is the root of their problem. This Christmas, through all the buying and through all the parties, let’s not lose the meaning of Christmas.
The character of God and foundation for theology is explained through a simple child’s prayer.
A married couple is about to take the next step in their journey to parenthood, but not without some apprehensions.
Samuel and Madison discover the pain of giving and receiving mercy.
Dan wants to make up for the mistakes he’s made in the past year and thinks having a “perfect” Christmas for his family is the key…until he meets Joe, “The Toy Man.”
Christmas is the time of year when hearts are open to “feel-good” themes like peace and charity. Movies love to cash in on these themes and the patrons who gladly pay the ticket price! This play is the re-telling of some popular classic Christmas movies, how the message of Christ is inescapable and how God’s “screenplay” will not be outdone. Script download includes play poster slides and hi-res artwork.
Two moms want to redirect their families focus at Easter time from bunnies and eggs to Christ’s gift to us through His resurrection and share their ideas of how to do so…each in their own way.
“It’s a Madison County Christmas” is a play about a local TV show called “Live! With Ed and Lurleen.” Set in Madison County, Arkansas in Ed and Lurleen Jackson’s basement, this “Regis and Kelly-like” show is complete with guests, singing, and a cooking segment! This play is perfect for your holiday dinner theatre.
As moms, all we want is to have happy and healthy kids who love and appreciate us. (And maybe a spa day and a little bling every now and then.)
It’s two days after the resurrection of Jesus and the disciples are a little on edge about what will happen next. As they hide away and lay low until things calm down, they reminisce about their time with Jesus. Narrated from the perspective of a young girl, this simple play is a “what if” about the events after Jesus death on the cross. Hear “eyewitness testimonies” from some really fun characters.
A girl is desperately trying to know what God’s will for her life is, so she tries different ways to find answers. As she is narrating her own life she “walks” through all of these experiences. The other two add to the scene as different characters or inanimate objects (i.e. the bush).
A busy wife and mom gets a reality check during the holidays when God
suddenly sends a very special new friend into her life.
Three very different sisters and their families spend Christmas (or Thanksgiving) together, personalities clash, and some things never change.
It’s so hard to know what’s true and what’s false with today’s media gossip. “Trustworthy” news programs seem to become more and more like gossip magazines. Here’s a look at how it can affect us in our everyday lives.
Can you imagine being in a gourmet restaurant and ordering a big juicy steak, but once the food comes you admire it and then get up and walk out without eating it? This script is an illustration of how we treat Scripture. We read it and savor it, but often walk away from it without applying it to our lives. This skit works best as a sermon illustration.
Alan keeps his yard looking great in the front. But his backyard, where no one can see, is a whole different story.
You have two kids and it’s time to get on with life, right? Well, only if that’s what God has in mind. In this skit two friends talk over the nature of God’s plans while waiting on a pregnancy test.
Madison, a girl in Jr. High, is having a hard time understanding what makes her special. It’s a good thing she has a friend like Patrick to remind her.
We spend so much of our time worrying about things that are oftentimes out of our control. The Bible tells us not to worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will take care of itself. Here is a look inside the minds of 4 church-goers who can’t seem to let go of things that can’t be controlled.
We’ve all made excuses about why we can’t share our faith with others. But here are some very simple examples of how easy it is to be the light of the world.
A husband and wife are trying to be better about spending money and sticking to a budget. Both have made sacrifices and have started to realize how hard making sacrifices is.
A new dad gets a lesson from a veteran dad on how much his life is about to change now that his daughter has come into the world. Being a parent is hard, but we get a better understanding of God’s love for us.
In this skit, a bell ringer stands outside collecting money for charity. She/he tries different approaches to no avail.
We would all like an office to complain to and have them deal with it, but the truth is, it’s up to each person to make a difference in the world.