Three actors present the meanings of surrender and freedom and their connection. Can be done as reader’s theater. With singing.
Are you leading a group of young dancers at your corps? Here are some quick tips to help you create a strong and effective piece of choreography with tiny dancers.
Two couples reflect on their symbiotic relationship over the years.
Three “Superheroes” attempt to use their powers to save a stranger. A janitor sets them straight at the end.
Let’s face it, who has professional dancers, choreographers, actors and directors to adjudicate their Divisional Star Search? Well, maybe Greater New York… but even they struggle to find qualified judges!
Peter and John speak with power before a crowd and the religious leaders who have imprisoned them.
Five high school students discuss the meaning of the scripture discovering that sometimes actions speak louder than words.
An aspiring worship leader, a talented vocalist and a gifted preacher struggle with truly doing God’s will.
Excerpts from 1 Corinthians 3 (NIV), John 15:4-5, St. Patrick, Mother Teresa as an arranged reading. Could be memorized or done readers theater style.