This script is a Reader’s Theatre that tells the truth about love. This skit can easily be performed memorized or not (use black music stands and have the actors read the script during performance). No blocking is necessary.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could order your spouse like you order a pizza?
Paul determines to “put his feet to his faith” after he reads 1 Corinthians 13. But he quickly realizes that showing love, the kind the Bible talks about, in everyday life is a lot harder than what he expected.
A Boy and Girl are on a date. There is a question that the boy desperately wants to ask, and there is question the Girl wants to hear. Are they the same?
A person calls into Tech Support to get Love installed on her Heart
Eric Swink (a member of the Skitiots) brings to life a comedy with two scenes of a person trying to deal with the aspects and traits of Love. We see Paul trying to live out the quality’s found in 1 Corinthians 13. The scenes start with a conversation in a local starbucks and ends with an argument with Paul’s wife*. All the while Paul stumbles on making the virtues a reality with strangers and the people closest to him. The comedy has truth and liberty for the ending to make a great point.
This skit shows how often the consequences of sin stick with us for a long time.
The dilemma of a popular young boy to act as Jesus would at “The Dance.”
Four scenarios are enacted in which people decide they need to Define The Relationship.
1st Corinthians 13: 1- 13 Scripture Reading.
A young couple, madly in love, approaches a crusty old Judge about getting married. After some grilling, he finally consents to marry them. After giving them some VERY scary vows to repeat, they decide that maybe they’d rather not get married after all.
A teenage girl reaches out to an unpopular boy and teaches us a great lesson about love and life.
A husband and a wife, both speak directly to the audience, as to one person. They are both telling their side of the same story. This should have a fast-paced “Reader’s Theatre” (yet memorized) feel to it.
Larry has a hard time telling the truth. Thankfully a buzzer keeps him in check as he tells of a conversation he had with his daughter.
It’s the Phil Callahan Show, where he is interviewing four beauty pageant contestants about the loves in their lives.
It’s Valentine’s Day and Susan finds herself at a BBQ restaurant with her clueless boyfriend. Will she continue to settle for “Mr. Okay”?
Men and women are different. But what would happen if you could change their “channel?” Would they be better people for it?