It’s not too late to use one of these two scripts in your Christmas service. One is a monologue, one a two-hander, scripts can be held and improvisation wouldn’t hurt. Go on, cheer up your church!
Everyone knows what an actor does and what a writer does. But what is a producer? Importantly, do you need one?
When a young cast throw themselves into a set of scripts with gusto and an even younger audience laugh their socks off, you know you have all got something right!
The typical DramatisDei customer lives in the UK or on the west coast of the USA or around the Great Lakes of USA/Canada or on the Australian East Coast or New Zealand…
Like everyone else we at DramatisDei are forced to think about Christmas sooner than we want to. Also like everyone else we want to complain about it. Moan moan moan.
Basic information about DramatisDei – who runs it, why it is here, why it is called such a silly name…
Who is DramatisDei? How can I stay informed of what’s new? Why hasn’t my comment appeared? Are downloads really instant? Can I pay with a credit card? Can I change words in your scripts? Can I make copies of scripts? Where is your statement of faith?
Are you in a drama group? Or perhaps you are trying to form one or run one? How to do drama aims to help the young drama group and its terrified actors, hopeful director and baffled script writer survive in the exciting but frightening world of drama.
Churches have sensibilities. Jonah can negotiate with a fish, John can prefer garlic bread but Jesus can’t change his menu. How can Christian drama negotiate this?
Drama starts with a script. If you have never read a script before you may find it daunting but essentially a script is a list of who says what and when. Simple!