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Following is a list of our popular Easter dramas. Click on the link to view more information on a drama.

 

Easter Monologues

Ideal for your Easter Church service!
Length: 10 minutes (total, approximately)
Cast: 3 male / 2 female
Five new Easter monologues that explore the events of Easter from the experiences of five people who were there: Judas, Peter, Mary (Mother of Jesus), John, and Mary Magdalene. These powerful monologues each share the personal experiences of the characters and are sure to help your audience experience Easter in a fresh and inspiring way.
Perform all or just the ones that suit your service.
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Easter Son Rise

Ideal for large casts!
Length: 10 - 12 Minutes
Cast: 20 - 25 Actors
This easter drama follows the traditional Easter story from Palm Sunday to Jesus resurrection. Written specially for a large cast this play is ideal for school and youth group performance.Click here to view details of this drama.

 

Easter Forgiveness

Great for Teens or Adults to act!
5 - 6 Minutes
2 Actors
Mary is getting ready to go to the tomb to embalm Jesus body. Peter is distraught at the death of his Lord and his denial of Him. Peter and Mary discuss, argue and comfort each other as they relive the events leading up to, and including, Jesus death. Forgiveness is at hand. The drama ends with the resurrection surprise awaiting them. This is a powerful, insightful drama sure to impact your audience at Easter... and any time of year.
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Easter Symbols

Written especially to perform to children!
This play was written to introduce the Easter story to children who may not have heard it before. Using the many Easter symbols children already know, this is a lot of fun, a little goofy, and educational all at the same time!
Great for non-churched kids.
5 - 10 Minutes
5+ Actors (Flexible casting)
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The Bunny or the Cross

Great fun for all ages!
5 Minutes
7 Actors
This is a fun and clever short play that uses the game show theme and popular Easter traditions (such as the Easter Bunny, Easter eggs, Easter bonnets and Easter buns) to tell the audience about the meaning of Easter. It is also a great spring board to a message about how Jesus died and came back to life!
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The Egg, The Chicken and the Bunny.

Great for Middle School Children or Teens to act!
A drama about the real meaning of Easter.
5 - 8 Minutes
12 Actors
An Easter Egg, Easter Chicken and Easter Bunny wait on a shop shelf to be purchased. Their belief that they are the meaning of Easter is about to be challenged! This clever drama clearly shows that the real meaning of Easter is not found at the department store but in the Easter story.

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The Empty Tomb

Great for teens or adults to act!
The tomb is empty! What does this mean for the many people connected to Jesus burial?
12 Minutes
12 Actors
This drama shows the effect the empty tomb has on the religious leaders, Roman guards, the woman followers of Jesus and the grave yard gardener. The drama ends with the excitement of Jesus being alive and the Gardener exclaiming: "He's alive! And he's got everyone stirred up all over again! You know what? I'm not missing a second chance to get to know this Jesus of yours! Let's go!".
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Funeral for the Living

Great for teens or adults to act!
6 - 8 Minutes
13 - 16 Actors
This Easter drama explores the feelings of those directly involved in Jesus' death, and how they come to terms with the fact that He is now alive. What does that mean for them, and also for us today? Click here to view the details of this drama.

 

The Two Criminals

4 - 6 Minutes
5 Actors
This drama is about admitting our sin in the light of Christs innocence. We so often try to hide from the blame that we deserve, not like Jesus, who willingly took the our sins on his shoulders, and died for us. Great for teens and adults to act.

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The Easter Story

Length: 15 - 30 Minutes (Flexible)
Cast: 15 - 25 (Flexible)

The Easter Story is written specifically for groups to act out to narration without the requirement of learning lines. The narration can simply be read or alternatively it can be memorized by the Narrators and spoken. You make that choice.
The play has been written especially for larger groups to perform. There are at least 20 acting roles of various sizes meaning that everyone can be involved… and there is opportunity for crowd scenes too, so you can include as many participants as you wish.
One or many roles can be played by each actor. This means that the size of the cast is truly flexible.

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The Easter Journey

Length: 20 - 30 Minutes (Flexible)
Cast: 15 - 40 or more (Flexible)

The Easter Journey tells the Easter story from Jesus’ triumphant entry in Jerusalem to the Last Supper, to his betrayal, his trial, his crucifixion and his resurrection. It ends with Jesus’ commission and promise of the Holy Spirit to come.
The play has been written especially for large groups to perform. There are over 35 speaking parts of various sizes meaning that everyone can be involved… and there are crowd scenes too, so you can include as many participants as you wish.
One or many roles can be played by each actor meaning that the size of the cast is truly flexible. The structure of the play also allows for the placement of your favourite Easter songs between scenes if desired.

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Can't find what you are looking for?

Can't find what you are looking for? Email us with details on an Easter drama that would meet your needs and if we have a writer available we'll consider writing one for you! We are currently only writing dramas up to 10 minutes in duration.


Useful details are: audience, specific theme / message, cast size and length of drama. The more specific you can be the better. Email details to us at: info@christiandramas.net