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A Tom Thumb Wedding Skit
Rev. William Wilmore presents a new version of the hilarious wedding of two children used to make a point about how some adults view marriage. 3 Characters. One setting
And I said to myself
The humor of this monlogue will make your audience think about many of the antics that some bring into the traditional African-American church setting. From raising one finger to wearing dresses too tight to fit, this monologue takes a humorous look at some old fashioned rituals, traditions and personal practices still used in many churches.
When a stranger attends the weekly choir rehearsal there are scores of questions about his identity. Not a single choir member knew who he was except one veteran member. When choir members began to fuss and argue over vanity issues the stranger mysteriously leaves and causes a stir.
This play is funny as all of the clashing personalities of this choir class.
15 characters. Singing can be inserted.
Three famous men stepped into their destinies from roots in the same Southern town: Bill Russell, Huey P. Newton, and Pershing Foster. Their journey involved the church, church folk and plenty of drama. Your audience will love this church-based drama that hilariously shows many people trying to step into their destiny in the wrong ways. In the end, they all learn to trust God and lean not to their own understanding. 28 Characters.
Everybody Talking 'Bout Heaven
This play by James Plummer takes a satirical look at some in the church who make a mockery of Christianity by the way they live. In this play they try to get in heaven as hypocrits but find that repentance is needed.
Inside The Color
This collection of Heritage readings written by Roosevelt Wright, III is a series of monologues about various aspects of Black life. Some humorous. Some are serious. Ideal for those who wanted selected readings for a heritage program. 60 pages.
Let Me Find My Speech
An eccentric woman is called upon to give a speech to a group of church goers. On the way she delivers a hilarious speech about chewing gum, talking in church, sleeping and many other bad habits of some church goers.
When three giddy old ladies get the tail end of a conversation and think that their children are going to put them away, the plot they lay out to side track the plan makes for laughter.It is hilarious and your audience will roll with laughter as these seniors fake sicknesses and pains to wrap their kids around their fingers. 10 characters
The Church Meeting
Now in its 7th printing, This play has been performed nationwide in hundreds of Black congregations. It takes a comical look at a serious problem in the Black church and that is unruly church meetings. All of the characters are present: The 50 year members, the educator, the penny pincher, the fighter and the hen pecked husband as well as others. As your audience watches this play they will get the point very clear and that is "we should be Christians even in our church meetings." There are 12 characters
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