If the show is part of a service, a Free-will offering would be acceptable in lieu of the fee, if preferred
A Grandfather tells his grandson about his favorite book - the Bible. Noah, The Prodigal Son, and the Good Samaritan are used to teach about the 3 great virtues - Faith, Hope, and Love.
This is an interactive presentation of the Parable of the Lost Sheep, with audience members playing the flock of sheep and the band of goats! The show can be combined with a quick and easy puppet workshop, where children make their own sheep and goat puppets from construction paper and cotton balls.
60 minutes, with easy puppet workshop
Noah's family and the animals have survived the flood, but now they have an even more challenging task; learning how to get along with each other! There are lots of puppets, music, and humor. Audience members provide the thunder and rain, and help bring the animals on and off the ark.
Alcazar, the third Wise Man's camel, hides when it's time to go to Bethlehem. The magi leave without him, but also accidentally leave the gift of gold behind.It takes an angel to change his mind, and as he hurries to catch up, he runs into robbers who want the gold, good people who give him their prize possessions to bring to the new King,and a sandstorm that puts his trip in jeopardy. Will he make it to the stable in time?
50 minutes with audience participation (audience members get to write down or draw the gift they want to be brought to the King, and put it on the camel's back)
The timeless Bible story of forgiveness, faith, patience, and perserverence, which shows how God can transform the worst of circumstances into a blessing, is performed with rod puppets.
The show can be paired with a puppet workshop where children aged 8 and up, or adults, make their own Biblical rod puppets, then star in the show with them!