This monologue eavesdrops on a conversation between a woman and God. She describes here frustration at obeying God in an effort to be the new creation He desires. He demands a lot. She reminds God that she lacked a loving father role model in her earthly father. She felt controlled by her father, and ..
I Don't Want To Fight You Anymore
by Debra Poling
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A husband and wife are out to buy a car---a stripped down, bottom-of-the-line model. He cautions her to not get carried away with the emotional appeal of the salesman, but to let him be in charge of making the deal. He winds up getting "lost in the feeling" and buying a loaded, top-of-the-line model.Casting: ..
Oh, What a Feeling
This mime takes a creative look at how we tend to view God as all "rules and regulations," rather than as someone who wants a relationship with us. The "everyman" character soon learns that if he obeys life's rules he'll get along just fine. But when he disobeys, the consequences are answering to the ..
This solo mime shows a woman in three different stages of life; as a child, a teenager, and a woman in the workplace. In each stage the narrative demonstrates how the woman essentially suffers a "broken heart." In the end it is God who not only mends her heart, but returns it to her full and strong.Casting: ..
Two grown sisters meet in an airport. They've become superficial in their relationship, and now their inability to communicate about hidden hurts has built a wall. Instead of feeling close and supported, they experience disappointment in each other. Suggested Topics: Resurrecting Relationships, Confronting ..
This mime features Charlie Chaplin and the Keystone Cops. Charlie illegally gets money and experiences the pleasure money can buy: a girlfriend, a cruise, world travels. But not before having to outwit the Keystone Cops. With the cops off his trail, he and his girlfriend are free to pursue pleasure. ..
The Lures of Life
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