Thursday, November 10, 2016

Huge Website Overhaul!

Well, it's taken about 6 months to get it to the place where I could launch the new site, and it will be a few months more before all the original scripts are formatted and posted.... but it's officially open for business!

Since it is so near to the holiday season, I concentrated on posting the Christmas scripts first... but the rest are being added daily, so keep going back! Besides the more simple and clean look, the site is blog-based, which means it will be much easier to use and find what you are looking for. There are searches on the left sidebar where you can search by category, or keywords, or theme tags. Each of the script pages has two kinds of synopses; a short, one-paragraph description, and if you want to know more, there is a detailed breakdown of what happens in the script. There are also many sample pages you can view, as well as audio samples of the soundtrack that goes with the script.

When you place an order, you can choose how you want to get it; you can opt for an instant download of the script in PDF format, and the Skit Trax in MP3 format. Or, you can get the physical CD sent by mail, and the script comes in an email. There is also a form which you can print out and mail if you want to order using a check or money order.

Another improvement that comes from the blog format is that the site is optimized for display on smartphones! In today's world, that's mandatory. However you view it, remember that you can always jump from page to page using the menu bar at the top under the banner. You will have fun exploring the scripts, watching the videos and films of the scripts submitted by users, and more. There are also some free sample scripts to use, which you can find by using the categories search.

Go to and bookmark it for future reference!

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Video of "Christmas Leads Us Home" performance

Here is a video from the First Baptist Church in Danville, Georgia of the church's performance of my script "Christmas Leads Us Home" using the unique no-lines-to-learn "Play/Act" soundtrack. (Get the script and soundtrack here.)

Here's the link to it on

Tuesday, November 3, 2015

New Christmas Script! "Stormy Night, Holy Night"

Here's a new 18-minute "No Lines To Learn" Christmas script with soundtrack... and it only takes TWO people to perform! A father and teen daughter take refuge in their basement from a coming storm. The storm building in the young girl's mind and heart, stemming from the loss of her mother over a year ago, coincides with the tornado that hits the town. Featuring another powerful song written and sung by songwriter Archie Jordan, this easy-to-do mini-play is full of drama and has a touching end that will move you. Read the script description here, and order the soundtrack that has all the narration, professional sound effects and music! (This short play is part of the longer play "Assignment: Comfort And Joy!" It has been isolated to be performed by itself here.)

Here's the link to get the script and soundtrack for yourself!

Sunday, June 28, 2015

Script: "Prohibiting Prayer: The Daniel Decree"

A new play, in the "No Lines to Learn" format, has been released! Entitled "Prohibiting Prayer: The Daniel Decree," the script is a unique retelling of the story of Daniel and the Lion's Den from a new perspective. All the narration, powerful background music and sound effects are supplied on the soundtrack.

The Chief Scribe to King Darius, responsible for chronicling events in the kingdom, tells the story that he and his son witness and became participants in. Seeing Daniel's dedication and deliverance, both he and his son learn that they can trust Daniel's God like he does. 

Length of play with soundtrack: approximately 35 minutes. Great any time, but PERFECT for Father's Day, since the king's scribe is training his son, and together they learn to have faith in Daniel's God after being witness to the miracle of his protection while in the den of lions. 

Get the script and soundtrack for "Prohibiting Prayer: The Daniel Decree" right here!

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

"Jerusalem's Most Wanted" video

Over the years I have seen quite a few videos posted of various churches performing my humorous (yet scripturally accurate) play script "Jerusalem's Most Wanted." Some have done a great job, others... well, they held the scripts in hand and talked their way through it. But when I find an exemplary job of putting this play on (or any of my scripts) I like to feature the video, both for the viewer to enjoy watching and to serve as an inspiration to do it yourself.

The video is only attributed to the "UACC Youth Banquet 2012" so far but as soon as I hear from the person that posted it, I will give more details.

Watch Part One:


 Watch Part Two: 

 Watch the conclusion, Part Three: 

Here is where you can get the script and soundtrack that supplies the background score music and sound effects to make it effective and exciting! It was used in the production of the play in this video.

I recently found a video from a church that adapted it to be a musical, with their own songs added in the scenes. You can watch that here:

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Amusing Video of "Season's Beatings" Script

I found this charmingly simple video done on Youtube featuring a performance of our script "Season's Beatings: Live From Downtown." I have seen videos of various church groups doing it many times, but never acted out with toys! View it here or on the viewer below:

Get the script here and perform it live or with puppets!

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

15-Minute "No Lines To Learn" Mini Christmas Play!

If you are looking for something very short to do for your Christmas service, this is the mini-play for you! Performed to a narrated soundtrack, so there are no lines to learn, this 15 minute script takes only 4 people to perform... two major and two minor parts.

 It's called "The Junk Man's Christmas Dinner" and it is adapted from the longer play "Assignment: Comfort and Joy." Isolated and slightly re-written with a different ending to stand alone, the script is for those needing something short, easy-to-do and moving!

A hermit that lives in a junkyard is feeling down on Christmas Eve, praying for more to eat than what he has, a can of vienna sausages and crackers. An unexpected visitor who is worse off than he is helps him to learn that giving what you can is the path to blessing. Get the script here, and soundtrack that has all the narration, sound effects and music!

This would fit in wonderfully with other elements of a special Christmas service;  let this be the "adult" contribution, with your kids doing another of our short narrated skits like "The Great Church Robbery" or another script you have ready for them. Have some Christmas songs or music before, in the middle between the adult and children's plays and after, and you have a well-rounded presentation that all ages will enjoy!