Curtain Call

Children's Christian Dramas
Angelic Harmony
Authors: Dixie Phillips, Zach Fox, Lucy Robbins, and Leslie Trettin
Playbook ISBN: 9781616336219; 1616336293
eBook ISBN: 9781616336301; 1616336307

Lights! Camera! Action! The budding actors and actresses in your life will steal the show when they perform one of these scripts designed for school plays or children’s theater. The scripts are short and simple. Guaranteed to tickle the audience’s funny bone. If you work with children or youth this is the book you must have.

Includes these Award Winning Children’s Christian Dramas:
Foiled Again
The Candy, the King, and the Honeycomb
Clueless Gets a Clue
Pinocchio and Gepetto
Little Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Wolf
Raggedy Ann and Andy

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Foiled Again


Scene One

(POLLY, SALLY, and KELLY arrive at train station)

CONDUCTOR: Welcome to Soul Train. Boarding passengers for Beulah Land in five minutes.

POLLY: This is so exciting! I’ve never been to the train station before.

SALLY: I was here once to pick up my grandmother.

KELLY: This is my first time to come to the station without my parents, too.

POLLY: Who’s that strange man walking toward us?

SALLY: I don’t know, but Mama told me not to talk to strangers.

DARKNESS: Hello, ladies. Why aren’t you the sweetest little sugar plums I’ve ever seen.

(Girls giggle)
POLLY: Nobody’s ever called me that before.

KELLY: Me either.

SALLY: Who are you?

DARKNESS: I am Darkness!

POLLY: Ooooohhhhh. Why are you here?

DARKNESS: Why are you here?

KELLY: We’re going on our first train ride.

POLLY: Have you ever been on a train ride?

DARKNESS: Plenty of times. I ride the long black train.

GIRLS: Oooooooohhhhh.

SALLY: Mama says we shouldn’t ride that train.

DARKNESS: Oh, there’s nothing to it. I ride it all the time. I can get you a good deal on some tickets.

POLLY: I’m not so sure.

KELLY: Oh, what’s a little fun gonna hurt.

DARKNESS: Yeah, what’s a little fun gonna hurt.

SALLY: I don’t know…