Scripts in Category: Plays

This full-length play is a retelling of the classic story about a girl who is definitely not a princess but passes the test to become the wife of the prince. It reminds us that what’s in the heart matters more than status or riches.

Actors: 26 Minutes: 60

Rooty is a little evergreen tree with a big Christmas wish: He wants to know the true meaning of Christmas! He looks for the meaning on a trip to Tinseltown but is that truly where Christmas can be found? Or is the little road that leads to Bethlehem the road that will grant his final wish even if it’s the road less taken? Join Rooty and his evergreen friends and follow them to the end and discover that with Jesus, who you are will always be enough. No need for flounces and fluff. Includes Artwork for screens and print.

Actors: 14+ Minutes: 20-25

On the brink of a famous food critic’s first bite, the restaurant staff has a traitor in the kitchen. It’s up to the audience to help figure out who it is. This four-act mystery dinner theater script is perfect for special events, fundraisers, drama clubs, or holiday parties, and could also set up a message on how the Body of Christ is made up of different abilities and talents.

Actors: 9+ Minutes: 60 +

This one-act play shows several girls preparing for a high school dance, highlighting their fears, insecurities, struggles, and that none of us should ever underestimate the drama that ensues under the lights of a high school girl's bathroom.

Actors: 10 Minutes: 20

How do tomatoes and peppers and flowers learn how to grow? They attend Vine University of course! Great for Sunday school or VBS programs, these scripts creatively teach John 15’s theme of abiding in Christ. These scripts follow four college students as they navigate their freshman year at VU and learn how to grow as healthy vines.

Actors: 17+ Minutes: 60 +

A Christmas Play: The town of Bethlehem is on the verge of a world changing event, the birth of our Savior. A young couple expecting a baby has traveled to Bethlehem to be counted as part of the Roman census. Mary’s baby is about to be born and Joseph looks for a place for them to stay. The audience will get to experience the events of the night through the reporting of the Nazareth Evening news. In addition, field reporters will bring breaking news updates, interview eyewitnesses who saw the choir of angels, and report on the census “debacle.” Shepherds, Wisemen, and even Mary and Joseph are interviewed by eager reporters excited to get the story out. This version of the nativity story creatively and humorously mixes biblical truths with present day elements and jargon.

Actors: 8 Minutes: 45

Star Warped is the story of Darth Hater and his journey to track down the Insurgents who have stolen the plans to an Interplanetary Demise Machine which he plans to use to create a resort and disco. The Insurgents jump through time to visit with well known sci-fi and comedy favorites in hopes of finding their way to their home planet.

Actors: 15+ Minutes: 60 Minutes

There’s Good Friday, and there’s Easter Sunday. And then there’s the day in between, filled with waiting, grieving, and just plain not understanding. This is a one-act illustrating both the Biblical passion-week Saturday and the days when we struggle to understand God’s timing.

Actors: 7 Minutes: 20

Anna returns to the small-town church she grew up attending for its annual Easter production after a ten-year absence. When she meets Joshua after the performance, her view of the cross as a tired, old symbol is challenged not only by his invitation to imagine it differently but her need for it to be something more.

Actors: 6 Minutes: 55

Marie, an aspiring writer, meets a “fortunate” accident when she trips and mixes up a large handful of scripts she plans to pitch to her editor Mr. Grimble. Her show, “Over the River and Into the Woods”, comes to life as she tries to blend the mess of stories together. Snow Whitish, Prince Farming, the Malevolent Witch and other slightly altered fairy tale favorites will have your audience rolling in the aisles. This full-length play is perfect for a school production or dinner theater.

Actors: 40 Minutes: 90

Three young woodland critters are given a most important assignment: safely deliver the King’s beautiful crown to him without losing it in the jungle along the way, allowing it to be stolen, or succumbing to the temptation to wear it themselves. The journey, they soon find, is not as simple or easy as it seems.

Actors: 8+ Minutes: 30-40

Gracie is a young and talented athlete competing in this year’s “G-Games”. She has a devoted supporter and teammate in her heaven sent helper, Angelica, but a staunch nemesis in her opponent, Beezle. Will Gracie be able to win the coveted G-Race title or are the challenges she faces just too great? Join our G-Games competitors and crazy cast of characters as they illustrate some favorite Bible stories and seek to prove that Grace always wins!

Actors: 20+ Minutes:

Want an engaging and memorable children’s Christmas play with lots and lots of adorable children without the hassle of rehearsing an engaging and memorable Christmas play with lots and lots of adorable children? Look no further! This script is designed to be a spontaneous Christmas pageant for any child in attendance who wants to participate! Attendees walk in the door, no children’s rehearsals needed, and get to choose which character in the Christmas story they want to play and go up on stage and help tell the story of the birth of Jesus! Further enrich your event with crafts and activities, costume making and reflection times! So, join in and Come to the Manger in an engaging and entertaining and easier way this Christmas!

Actors: 7+ Minutes: 15

Mabel may be the lead goose in this barn, but tonight her stable environment is shaking with the news that a new baby king may have to be born here. As she and her animal friends scramble to prepare the place, their efforts are sabotaged by a couple of the bullying King’s Horses - pretty ponies who will do anything to keep a new king from coming onto the scene. This script comes with promotional slides and bulletin artwork.

Actors: 8 Minutes: 30

It's Valentine's Day! And if 90 minutes + 12 marriage candidate = 1 perfect match, Gabrielle and Jack have a date with destiny...unless Love is patient. God has a plan for the future, but He also has a plan for the present. Don't miss today because you're too focused on hoping for tomorrow. A fast-paced play in three acts. Designed with dessert and/or discussion breaks in mind, this is perfect for a youth group, college group, or church "date-night" event. Includes promotional artwork and slides!

Actors: 13 Minutes: 20-25

This is a fun and interactive play with a "choose your own ending" for the audience! Characters of a church Christmas pageant are thrown into investigative turmoil as their "baby Jesus" nursery doll comes up missing after an untimely power outage. Accusations soar and secrets are revealed as the cast sets out to find the true 'leading role' before the curtain opens! This play has about 35-40 minutes of dialogue. Times will vary when being used as a dinner theatre.

Actors: 9 Minutes: 35