Blog: Let’s Skit Busy!

Skit Blog: “Let’s Skit Busy!”

At one time I had a separate blog called “Let’s Skit Busy!” which supported and supplemented the main skit site. However, once I overhauled the site to this WordPress version (a huge update), which is already in a blog format, I decided to incorporate it here.

The blog entries are all about helping you to make your performances of these scripts more effective, and you will benefit from the shared experience no matter where you get your material.

To view all the reposted blog entries, as well as all new ones I make, look for the “Blog Post” tag in the “Categories” drop-down menu on the top left of this site.  Alternatively, you can click here to see a compilation of those same page links.

Oh, and in case you are wondering why I have varying ages of adults in the header image, it’s to emphasize my conviction that skits are “not just for kids!”


Dramatic Plays:
Our plays range from 20 minutes all the way up to 80 minutes. They are written to engage the viewer, make them think, to impact the emotions, and present the Gospel in such a way that they perceive it as meeting the needs of their life. The aim is to bless the believer, and give the person that has never made a decision for Christ a desire to invite Him into their life.

Comedic Skits:
Our skits range in length from 5 minutes up to 20 minutes. While most are comedic in nature, using humor to impart a perspective that may not have been considered, the laughs are all tied into the message, and there is always a resolution that leads the viewer into consideration of the Truth contained in it. The humor can be enjoyed by all ages.

The soundtracks that we make to accompany the scripts add drama and emotional impact to the script’s performance. There are two different kinds of script and soundtrack; 
the kind where you do the lines live and the soundtrack is played at certain times during the performance; and second, the kind that supplies all the narration, music and effects mixed together to play as the actors perform, with no lines to learn. Each script description page tells you which kind it is under the “Soundtrack Key.”