Category Archives: Children’s

Plays written for children or alternatively, plays that could have a child cast

No-Thanks-Giving – skit about Thanksgiving

skit about thanksgiving

NO-THANKS-GIVING – SKIT ABOUT THANKSGIVING

It’s Thanksgiving. That same wonderful Holiday that comes round every year when all the family get together, and lovingly give thanks for all their blessings and eat some succulent melt-in-the-mouth turkey, tenderly made by mom. Well, that’s what they’d like you to think, wouldn’t they?  What’s the reality? Grandma is in tears, the kids are rolling their eyes and playing on their phones, mom’s ever so dry turkey just won’t go down even after that fiftieth chew and half the family is M.I.A. in this skit about Thanksgiving for nine people.

Author: Josie Wert

Type: Comedy skit

Genre: Skit about Thanksgiving

Cast: 3F, 3M, 3 kids

Ages of the actors: Can be played by kids up. Funnier if all played by kids or all adults.

Suitable for: All ages to watch and perform

Length: 3.5 – 4 minutes (2 pages in total)

Set: A table at Thanksgiving

Level of difficulty: 7/10 Characterization – playing typical American style family members

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Copyright © September 2018 Josie Wert and Off the Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other fun seasonal skits:

Call of the Riled – short skit for Thanksgiving
Cupid’s bad day – skit for Valentine’s day
A Christmas Carol – very short Christmas Carol skit

Zombies in the Staffroom – Comedy play for kids aged 9 to 14

play for kids aged 9 to 14

ZOMBIES IN THE STAFF ROOM – COMEDY PLAY FOR KIDS AGED 9 to 14

Junk food, video games and music. Detention has never been so awesome. Or so deadly. As three students who are sent to detention find out as the zombie teacher attempts to soften their brains with sweets, video games and music in order to make them more delicious! Will the students succumb to the zombies or will they change their ways? It might very well save their lives….in more ways than one. Zombies in the Staff Room is a comedy play for kids aged 9 to 14.

It is a fun script, and students should find it enjoyable to perform – and audiences will find it fun to watch. It requires at least 7 characters, and at least 2 of them must be zombies – but there can be plenty more than that – the more zombies, the better! The language is at senior elementary level. There are two ‘adult’ roles, but older students could play these.

Read other plays by award winning playwright Sarah Tighe – Six days till Sunday

Author: Sarah Tighe

Type: Short two-act play for senior primary school

Genre: Comedy play for kids aged 9 to 14

Cast: At least 7 characters, 2 of which are zombies, but the more zombies, the merrier!

Ages of the actors: Aged 9 – 14, senior primary, junior high

Suitable for: Senior primary and junior high school performances.

Length: Forty minutes

Set: A classroom where detention is being held

Level of difficulty: 6/10 – characterization

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Copyright © August 2018 Sarah Tighe

Like this play? Other monstrous plays for students:

The Vampire Drudgeries – comedy for teens about a rebellious vegetarian vampire
Alien Research – funny play for primary school
How we saved our homeroom teacher – when the teacher is kidnapped by a wizard, the kids have to solve the mystery

The Christmas Ghosts – modern Scrooge play

MODERN SCROOGE PLAY

THE CHRISTMAS GHOSTS – MODERN SCROOGE PLAY FOR OLDER KIDS AND TEENS

Cell phones with creepy ringtones have made the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future’s job easier; they no longer have to fly their clients around and can display the bad guys’ past, present and future in an instant. That’s exactly what they do when Bill and Joe cross their path. Driven by the same intent they had with old Scrooge, the spirits help them to become better fellows and to keep Christmas in the most generous and honest way there is in this modern Scrooge play.

Author: Olivia Arieti

Type: One act play, ten minute plays

Genre: Modern Scrooge play, teens, children’s

Length: Ten minutes

Cast: 6N, 2M, 2F

Ages of the actors: Older kids up to adults

Suitable for: Schools for Christmas plays

Set: The Street, Christmas Eve

Level of difficulty: 6/10 a sweet short play that will be enjoyed by the performers.

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Copyright © August 2018 Olivia Arieti and Off the Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other Christmas plays of a similar vein:

trolls Stole the North Pole – Christmas play for kids
The Rocking Horse Christmas – movie scripts
A Christmas Carol, too! Short Christmas Skits

Childish Authors – one act comedy about the classroom for a mix of adults and kids

comedy about the classroom

CHILDISH AUTHORS – ONE ACT COMEDY ABOUT THE CLASSROOM

You’re an author. You’ve written a book for children that you think they’ll love. So when the local school invites you to a book reading for nine year olds you jump at the chance. Poor you. You should never have done that. Apparently your book about modern moms with nannies and dads who drive SUV’s isn’t quite what you thought it was. The kids are quick to point out that there was no way that Holly would have paid for an ad to hire her own nanny and the fact that the mom posts pics of herself on the internet is obviously completely inappropriate for a children’s book in this one act comedy about the classroom.

Luckily their teacher has wised up after a year with these little brats and she knows just what to do to fix it. And it doesn’t involve raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens.

Read about playwright Leon Kaye. Other plays – Church of Satan – religious satire by Leon.

Author: Leon Kaye

Type: One act comedy about the classroom

Genre: Comedy, children, school

Cast: 3 adults (F), 6 children (3M 3F)

Ages of the actors: One older woman in her 60’s, two in their 30’s and kids are around 9 years of age

Length: 30 minutes

Suitable for: All ages to watch, kids and adults to perform. Adult roles should ideally be played by adults.

Set: Empty stage with barstools, a carpet for the kids to sit on and three pocket books.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – words are easy to learn for the kids but there is a lot of satire in this sketch that needs to come across.

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Copyright © August 2018 Leon Kaye and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other satires for you to enjoy:

Thirds – a suburban satire about inheriting a house and splitting it. Physically
The chicken or the egg – a political satire script about a farmer who is accused of being a terrorist because of something his chicken has done
Trump – I’m not a racist! skit

To be a Tree – play for children about the environment

play for children about the environment

TO BE A TREE – PLAY FOR CHILDREN ABOUT THE ENVIRONMENT

In this one act play for children about the environment, author Matthew Konkel explores the fascinating realm that is a kid’s imagination. You see, Abby Greene is quite sure of herself. It is something common in fifth graders – and all children under twelve years of age: that unfailing confidence in themselves.

It’s easy to think others will think the same way you do. Abby learns that this isn’t always the case when she not only decides to be a tree when she grows up but also informs the world around her of this decision. She is of course mocked by her peers.  Through her adversity and resolve, Abby and her peers come to acknowledge the importance of both technology and the natural environment.

Abby knows why she wants to be a tree and when you learn her reasons you may just want to join her too. To Be a Tree is a one-act play meant to be performed by children, for children.

At what point did you put the childish things away for good? But more importantly, why?

PRODUCTION HISTORY

Summit View Elementary – Waukesha, WI February, 2014

Author: Matthew Konkel

Type: One act children’s play

Genre: Play for children about the environment

Length: 55 minutes

Cast: 4F, 5M and 20 other kids in smaller roles

Ages of the actors: Primary school age

Suitable for: Children to act in and to watch

Set: Various locations in a school – gym class, outside, under a tree. All can be fairly easily accomplished with minimal scenery changes.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – words in script aimed at slightly older children say 9-12 years old.

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Copyright © April 2018 Matthew Konkel and Off the Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other plays for kids in primary school:

Molly and the Magic Phone – musical for kids
The adventures of Mojoe and Snow in Lochloosa
Hot Fudge Pickles – the musical for kids

By Faith – Christian Skits

Christian skits

BY FAITH – CHRISTIAN SKITS

A short Christian skit about having faith and what having faith means. A young man who doesn’t believe in any God meets a pastor on the road who demonstrates to him what Faith is and what it means.

A short one and a half page skit suitable for Bible study groups, Sunday school and other Christian church groups.

Read other sketches by Demarquis – Trump – American Nightmare.

Author: Demarquis Johnson

Type: Short Christian skits

Genre: Comedy skit or sketch, specifically Christian

Cast: 2M, two males but could easily be played by either sex

Ages of the actors: Kids up

Suitable for: Kids up

Length: 1 and a half minutes

Set: Black box stage – it’s meant to be a road or sidewalk

Level of difficulty: 5/10 – easy short skit.

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Copyright © March 2018 Demarquis Johnson and Off the Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other skits suitable for Christian kids and groups:

Orphan Antsy – skit on the musical Annie
Little Red Walking Hood Hood – skit on little red riding hood
Handsome and Griddle – skit on Hansel and Gretel

The tell tale teacher – play for middle school

play for middle school

THE TELL TALE TEACHER – PLAY FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL

After a class reads “The Tell Tale Heart” by Edgar Allan Poe, their teacher is called away by the principal and disappears. Strange noises are heard, and the lights go out causing the students to wonder if the school is haunted and if their teacher is ever going to come back. The class must work together to solve the mystery and find their teacher before it is too late in this play for middle school.

This comedy, “The tell tale teacher” was written for the 2016 Virginia Beach Public School’s One Act Play Festival held on November 4-5, and was performed by a cast of students from Virginia Beach Middle School, and earned Superior ratings from all of the judges.

Read other plays by Mary Long – Villains Incorporated – an award winning comedy for middle and high school.

Author: Mary Long

Type: One act play for middle school

Genre: Comedy

Cast: Cast of ten roles, most of which can be adapted for either sex. The janitor and Mr Hyde as well as Troy and Miles are the likely male parts, the rest can be either.

Ages of the actors: 11 up to 15 and possibly three adults which can also be played by younger players.

Suitable for: Kids aged 11-15

Length: Thirty minutes

Set: A typical classroom

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – adventure and excitement.

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Copyright © February 2018 Mary Long and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Others like it:

How we saved our homeroom teacher – play for younger children
Grace will lead me home – a girl goes on a magical quest to find a cure for her mother
Mirror – play for younger teens about a spoiled Princess and a magic mirror she banishes people with

How we Saved our Homeroom Teacher – play for younger children

play for younger children

HOW WE SAVED OUR HOMEROOM TEACHER – PLAY FOR YOUNGER CHILDREN

When the second grade class arrive at school, they find that their teacher, Mrs Harper has vanished. Finding a nasty note on the desk, they realise that she has not only vanished but has been kidnapped! But they have a chance. If they can solve seven puzzles set to them, they may get her back. But they must hurry, before it’s too late.
Will they get their beloved Homeroom teacher back or will the evil Wizard (who incidentally lives next door to the school janitor’s office) win and keep her a prisoner forever in this play for younger children?

The nature of the play is not only to teach children rhyming poetry, but it also features seven puzzles, which are being solved logically by a team of classmates, teaching teamwork manners and thinking logically. It also teaches children to respect their homeroom teachers, as they are the ones teaching them not only all of the main subjects, but also how to work in teams, how to respect each other and how to think logically and not give up, when solving difficult problems.

How we saved our homeroom teacher is a play for younger children in rhyming poetry, aimed at second graders, but if the children playing it speak English as a second language, the play is easily adaptable for third or fourth grade children, according to the judgement of the teacher directing it.

Read other plays by Olga Gavrilova – the best selling King of the Sea.

Author: Olga Gavrilova

Type: One act play

Genre: Rhyming play for younger children

Length: Thirty minutes

Cast: 3M, 6F, 1N. The adult roles can be played by children as well if wished. There are 3 adult roles.

Ages of the actors: Second grade approximately so ages 7-10

Suitable for: Primary school children and children for whom English is a second language

Set: A classroom and the Evil Wizard’s house

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – the amount of lines to remember may be slightly challenging for 6 and 7 year olds but fine for older children closer to 10.

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Copyright © February 2018 Olga Gavrilova and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Others like it:

The Adventures of Mojoe and Snowy in Lochloosa – thirty minute children’s play set in evil alligator country
Brookland’s Bloomin’Cats – children’s musical
Dreidel – Jewish children’s plays

So Easy a Caveman can do it – short skit about inventing the wheel

skit about inventing the wheel

SO EASY A CAVEMAN CAN DO IT – SHORT SKIT ABOUT INVENTING THE WHEEL

Grok just invent wheel. Using only a rock and, er another rock. (But it was a Phillips rock) . And he’s very proud of it. Zorg not interested – he dig hole to catch girl for prom night. However (But) Grok not realise (know) he need things like insurance for his wheel. Dis wheel making thing more complicated (hard/difficult) than Grok think (knew). So he gets girl and goes off over the mountain on the wheel to get insurance. But Grok did not know he need seatbelts (To keep the girl from falling off) in this short skit about inventing the wheel.

Read about playwrights Lois and Kelly Corcoran. Other skits by Lois and Kelly – Judge Chewout – scary or not?

Author: Lois and Kelly Cocoran

Type: Skit, comedy, one act

Genre: Short skit about inventing the wheel

Cast: 3 – 2M 1F

Ages of the actors: Older kids up to adults

Suitable for: All ages to watch and perform

Length: Two – three minutes (1.5 pages)

Set: Blackbox set. PROPS: Horn hats, shovel, cardboard wheel, cell phone, caveman costumes

Level of difficulty: 6/10 – fun easy skit for all to enjoy.

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Like this skit? Other skits to perform:

Attorney skit – we’ll get what you paid for!
Cupid’s bad day – skit for valentine’s day
The Masked Avenger – superhero comedy skit

Judge Chewout – a courtroom skit

courtroom skit

JUDGE CHEWOUT – A COURTROOM SKIT

In this courtroom skit, Diana, a not too bright girl has accused her idiot boyfriend Max (whose IQ matches her own perfectly) of trying to kill her. He of course denies it. Unfortunately for the couple, they have gotten Judge Chewout (the most bad tempered judge in the entire world) to hear their case. Max gets up to defend himself and surprise surprise – it turns out he was right. He couldn’t have killed her and the suitcase full of money proves it.

Read about co authors Lois and Kelly Corcoran. Other skits – One Fine Day in the Operating Room by Lois and Kelly Corcoran.

Author: Lois and Kelly Corcoran

Type: Courtroom skit

Genre: Comedy, teens, church, skits

Cast: 1M, 1F, 3N

Ages of the actors: Kids up

Suitable for: Kids to adults to both watch and perform

Length: 3 minutes (one and a half pages)

Set: Props: Black robes, gavel, microphone, briefcase, 5 chairs

Level of difficulty: 5/10 – short fun easy skit to do.

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Copyright © August 2017 Lois and Kelly Corcoran and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this skit? Other skits for you to giggle your way through:

Trump:Wolf of Pennsylvania Avenue – THE skit
The Masked Avenger – superhero skit
Start Wreck – skit on Star Trek. Obviously

Snow Good – Snow white the pantomime

snow white the pantomime

SNOW GOOD – SNOW WHITE THE PANTOMIME

Snow Good a.k.a. Snow White The Pantomime carries a warning –  It is considered dangerous for wearers of spectacles  to attend as it’s so funny it will cause their spectacles to mist up from laughing so hard.  Spectacle cleaning cloths and extra tissues should, therefore, should be carried at every performance. Do not drive or use machinery until the spectacles have been demisted.

An hysterically funny retelling of the Snow White and the seven dwarfs fairy tale as rendered by the Goons, kicked around by Monty Python and crash landed by the Airplane I and II writers and built on this foundation a really twisted tale of jealousy, passion, sausages, stupidity and innocence brilliantly scripted by Keith Passmore.
Grandparents will role in the aisles, parents will go “ooo!” at the verbal and visual puns (of which there are many) and children will be enthralled and everyone will cheer at the end when Good, (“ooo!”) triumphs and the evil Queen is vanquished and later strangled by the Director for changing her lines, (off stage, of course.)

Read about playwright Keith Passmore. Other plays – The last time I saw Paris – parody on the whole Troy horse thing by Keith.

Author: Keith Passmore

Genre: Snow White the pantomime

Type: Two-act play

Cast: Cast of 31, as with pantos most roles can be played by either sex

Ages of the actors: Children up to adults

Suitable for: All ages to watch and perform

Length: Two hours

Set: Various – On stage are three large flats, one running L to R Upstage and the others running from slightly down both edges of this flat to DL and DR in order to create entrances and exits from UL and UR. There are three other exits namely, DL and DR.
The flats are either decorated with hooks or dressed in strips of Velcro to enable images to be affixed for certain scenes. The images to be affixed are mentioned at the beginning of each scene.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – remembering words and clear delivery of lines especially those with jokes.

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Copyright © July 2017 Keith Passmore and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other pantomimes for you to peruse and persue:

The Pied Piper of Hawaii – a.k.a trouble in the wild west – a pied piper panto
The Lost Treasure Map – a pantomime with pirates
Wotcha! Gotcha! Alice pantomime – steampunk style

Enchanted – plays for junior high

 

ENCHANTED – PLAYS FOR JUNIOR HIGH

In Enchanted, our favourite fairy tale princesses Cindi, Jasmine, Ariel, Ru, Belle and Snow are in desperate need of the right knight upon a mighty steed, to come to their aid in defeating the Wicked
Witch. Enter Ben (10) and Jesse (13) – two young boys. Not what you would call knights exactly, well, to be honest they are not knights at all but they are boy scouts, thank you very much and honourable even amongst real men. In this two act comedy, alliances are made, promises are broken, nasty minions are duped and good must conquer evil once again! Let’s just hope it happens before Jesse and Ben become the fairy tale itself. Plays for junior high.

Enliven, enthrall, enchant!

Author: Prince Duren

Type: Two act play, plays for junior high

Genre: Adventure, teens

Cast: Main Characters: 2 – M, 4 – F. Total cast of 15 – 2F and 7N (smaller parts may be doubled)

Ages of the actors: 10 – 14

Suitable for: Kids aged 10-15

Length: One and half hours

Set: The enchanted forest

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – full length play for younger actors

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Copyright © January 2017 Prince Duren and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other plays for older kids and younger teens:

Alice in Football land – take Alice in Wonderland and put her on a football field
Launching a Kid’s comedy club – book of skits
The lost treasure map – pantomime with pirates!

Ursula – fairytale play about a princess who becomes a bear

fairytale play about a princess

URSULA – FAIRYTALE PLAY ABOUT A PRINCESS WHO BECOMES A BEAR

Ursula is seventeen and is a prisoner, trapped inside her own castle by her father, the King. Although he does it because he wishes to protect her, Ursula wants to see the sun and explore the world, no matter how dangerous it might be. Her nurse, who is also a witch, by the way, gives her a magic cloak that, when she wears it, transports her out of the castle. But it also transforms her into a big brown bear. She almost gets shot by a Handsome prince hunting in the forest, but luckily she she can still talk, she astonishes him with her powers of speech and he takes her home to become a servant in his house. There, disguised as a bear, she gets to know him and also falls in love with him. When there is a ball, she removes her bear cloak and dances with him as a beautiful stranger.

But little does he know that his own bear and the beauty are one and the same…

‘Ursula’ is a great fairytale play for children, with a princess that’s both outlandish and a breath of fresh air. It’s a Cinderella story with flair!

There is one song in the script – music is provided by the author.

Production History

Cora Howe School, TN, USA – 2017

 

Author: Jerry Fogel

Type: One act play

Genre: Fairytale play, play about a princess

Length: Thirty to Forty minutes

Cast: 3F, 2M

Ages of the actors: Three supposed to be middle aged to older adults, two are younger

Suitable for: Children and younger teens.

Set: Two castles, the forest and a ballroom. Simple changes can easily be made

Level of difficulty: 6/10 natural speech

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Like this play? Other fairytales for you to enjoy:

The wandering Bard’s tale – children’s one act fairytale
Shriek! the fairytale pantomime
Mirror – fairytale about a spoiled princess for younger teens

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The Pied Piper of Hawaii (Trouble in The Wild West) – children’s one act

children's one act

THE PIED PIPER OF HAWAII (TROUBLE IN THE WILD WEST) – CHILDREN’S ONE ACT PLAY

In Curly Creek in the American wild west, the Fluffy Rats and their boss, Reg the Rat Man, live in harmony with the townsfolk and keep the town clean and tidy for them. Suddenly the peace of the town is disrupted with the arrival of Rotter Rat and his gang of Bad Rats in this children’s one act. The Mayor of Curly Creek and the townsfolk decide that they need to find a way to get rid of the Bad Rats. Unfortunately, they can’t seem to find anyone who can do the job. Perhaps the mythical Pied Piper of Hawaii could be the man to rid Curly Creek of its troublesome Bad Rats…

Read about best selling children’s playwright Kate Goddard. Other plays for kids (Alien Research) by Kate.

Author: Kate Goddard

Genre: Funny large cast children’s play

Type: Children’s one act musical play

Cast: Twenty six, many of which can either be boys or girls. For smaller classes, some of the smaller parts can be doubled up.

Ages of the actors: Primary school, junior school

Suitable for: Children

Length: Thirty five to Forty minutes as a straight script, sixty minutes if songs are included

Set: The Town of Curly Creek, in the American Wild West

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – lots of funny lines with great characters for the children to play

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Copyright © August 2016 Kate Goddard and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other great children’s plays for your year end play or drama school:

Adventures of Mojoe and Snowy in Lochloosa
The Mystery of the Missing Meatball – script for younger kids
Brookland’s Blooming Cats – large cast musical play for primary school

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Launching a Kid’s Comedy Club – book of skits

book of skits

LAUNCHING A KID’S COMEDY CLUB – BOOK OF SKITS

Launching a Kid’s Comedy Club is a full length book that not only contains over 100 pages of skits for you to enjoy and act out, but also step by step instructions for just about anything related to drama and kids. From how to make basic costumes and props, including useful links, to how to video and use movie maker to edit your videos, how to write your own skits, how to act out skits as well as how to launch a kid’s comedy club! (Obviously)

Each skit comes with a basic props list (with easy to find things you have at home or can easily make) and stage directions and most of the skits are written for a few actors at a time, so that everyone involved can take part.

Written by one of our bestselling skit writers, Lois Corcoran, this book is great for those who are just looking for a set of skits to perform at their club, church group or school, and also for those people more into drama, props and script writing.

Because this is actually a whole book and not a script, it will be available in digital format as usual, but can also be ordered as a printed version for your bookshelf.
All profits from this book will be donated to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

Included in the book:

Airport Insecurity

Are We There Yet?

Belly and the Beast

Cinder-Smella

Doctor Duplicate

Dr. Joker & Mr. Hide-and-Seek

Face-blech Skit

Freezin’

Froggy Prince

Geezer of Oz

Genie Skit

Grin-Smoke

Hairy Plumber

Hiding

Jack and the Beano

Juleo & Romiet

Law Firm Commercial

Little Shack in the Back

Nasty Drew

One Hot Knight

Orphan Antsy

Prince and the Poor Schmuck

Ripe Van Wrinkle

Rob-and-hide

Robinson Clueless

Santa Skit

Sure-thing Homes

Snow Bank and Some Vertically Challenged People

Start Wreck

Tame Sawyer

Tar-zit

Tex Mex

Thanksgiving Skit

Three Little Hogs

Time Machine

Wheel Make a Fortune

Wrinkle-Stilson

MINI-PLAY – Chronicles of Blarnia

Author: Lois Corcoran

Type: Book of skits

Genre: ”How to” books, comedies, skits, drama club

Length: Each skit in the book is about 3-4 minutes long and there is one longer play in four scenes, which is about 10 minutes long. There are 100 pages of skits and the rest of the book is instructional.

Suitable for: Kids (children), teenagers, drama class, drama teachers, schools, church groups, scouts and family gatherings.

Read an example of one of the skits, Orphan Antsy

Excerpt from the book – giving kids the confidence to act with Ice Breakers

Excerpt from book about basic costumes and home made props




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Copyright © 2016 Lois Corcoran

Read some of out other skits by Lois:

Call of the Riled – short skit for Thanksgiving
One fine day in the operating room – medical skit
Handsome and Griddle