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This was written for a special birthday service for my Pastor.
by Patricia Stauffer
THEME: Pastor appreciation
SYNOPSIS: A fun story about creating our
own Pastor vs. trusting GOD.
PROPS: Four clear vials
Small tarp ( just in case of a spill)
Music: High energy instrumental
Scrubs: One set for Dr.Frankenstein, one set for assistant.
Med. Face mask
Rubber gloves ( Dr. Frankenstein )
Something made to look like a hokey I.V.
CAST: Dr Frankenstein
Frankenstein ‘s Pastor
Scene # 1
Setting: Table with Dr. Frankenstein’s Pastor. The Dr. Is tinkering and the whole class comes on Stage
Teacher: Class this is Dr. Frankenstein. Please give him A proper greeting.
Class: What’s up Doc ?
Teacher: Very good class.
Dr. Frank..: (waving his arms about as he speaks) Thank you class. Today I have a special treat. We Are about to create!!! (evil laugh)
Dr. Frank: Give me the good looks of Kevin Costner.
Dr. Asst.: One vial Kevin Costner coming up.
Dr. Frank: Give me the strength of Hulk Hogan.
Dr. Asst: One vial Hulk Hogan.
Dr. Frank: Give me the brains of Albert Einstein.
Dr. Asst: One vial Albert Einstein.
Dr. Frank: Give me the toupe’ of Donald Trump.
Dr. Asst: One vial Donald Trump.
Scene # 2
Setting: lights- dim
Dr. Frank: Everyone back up! (Lights going off and on)
Dr. Frank’s Pastor: ( raising awkwardly ) Coffee, coffee
Dr. Frank: He’s alive. He’s alive. I’ve created a Pastor!!
Student: You can put your faith in your self-created Pastor but we choose to put our trust in God, Who gave us Pastor Tom Mackay ( you may Want to substitute your own Pastor but feel Free to say Pastor Tom Mackay if you like.)
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