Especially for Seniors Skits

Especially for Seniors Skits

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1.
Remember When - Comedy

Jack and Melissa wait for their families to arrive, the day of their wedding rehearsal dinner.  When the family finally arrives, the focus seems to be on Jack and Melissa's grandparents: her grandfather is hard of hearing which is perfect since his wife talks loud all the time; and Jack's grandfather seems to forget his age, trying to do the things he did when he was young, while his wife is very animated and lively.  A discussion ensues about how times have changed over the years, both for the good and the bad. For anyone who remembers a time when people didn't have to lock their doors, when gas was a quarter and a party line meant a telephone, this skit will make you nostalgic for the past.

Themes: Remembering times past, honoring senior citizens, a comparison of the present versus the past
Characters: 8 Length: 8-10 minutes
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Remember When Part 2 - Comedy

If you liked the nostalgic feeling you got remembering the "good old days" in the appropriately titled skit "Remember When," then you may also enjoy this sequel.  This skits picks up a few years later after the wedding of Jack and Melissa, who are now expecting their first child.  Since Melissa has been feeling a bit down, due to hormones and anxiety over becoming a new mom, Jack decides to throw her a "cheering up" party, in which he has gathered their parents and grandparents to attend. Through a series of events, talk drifts back and forth about what life was like "way back when:" when catching fireflies on the front porch took up a whole evening; when indoor plumbing wasn't heard of; and when having a weapon at school meant you were caught with a slingshot. 

Whether you use this skit by itself or in conjunction with its prequel "Remember When," it will have you reminiscing about your own childhood and the days of yore.   

Themes: Remembering times past, honoring senior citizens, a comparison of the present and the past, family values
Characters: 10 Length: 8-10 minutes
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Senior Moments - Comedy/Drama

Three different conversations are taking place at a community senior center: Rex and Floyd are discussing a regrettable time in Rex's not-so-distant past when he lied and cheated, only to discover someone knew his secret and was greatly affected by it.  Betty, Martha and Lily discuss the idea of mentoring and how old and young alike still have much to teach each other.  Ruth, Helen and Jean converse about the advantages of growing older and how you're never too old to learn new concepts.  Though the conversations are different, several main themes keep popping up withing them: being an example to others, learning/mentoring, and being useful at any age. 

 

Themes: Senior citizens; growing older; being a good example for others; never too old or young to learn; advantages of growing older; old and young helping each other
Characters: 8 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Easter
(17 Skits) 
Faces at the CrossViewpoints from those present at the crucifixion
I AmSatan accuses, Jesus forgives & sets free
Lent is SpentA new concept for Lent
More Than a Chocolate CrossKids learn the real meaning of Easter
What Jesus Did for MeKids act out the death and resurrection of Jesus
In His Own WordsJesus talks about his death and resurrection
Down from the CrossJesus wants to celebrate his life, not his death
Hope at the CrossHurting people find hope at the cross
With this CupJesus and his disciples at the last supper
He Has RisenThe ressurection of Jesus
It is FinishedPalm day celebration leading to the crucifixion
A Knight's TaleSalvation & Forgiveness of sins
All You NeedJesus is all we need in life
Dear JesusThe difference Jesus makes in our lives
The AccusedCasting blame for the crucifixion
Love Will Find a WayThe agony of Jesus sacrifice
The PaintingSalvation
Mother's Day
(17 Skits) 
Always Be My BabyMother/Son relationship through the years
Kids Say the Funniest ThingsFunny answers to questions about moms
The Mommy MethodWhat type of Mom are you?
When I Was LittleFour generations of women share memories
The Family QuiltCamparisons of a quilt to a family
Mommy Training CampA man wants to enroll in a training camp for moms
Motherhood Hall of FameAll moms are special
Heart StringsChanges in mother/daughter relationships
What I Admire MostUnrealistic expectations of motherhood
When the Rains CameFamily Foundations
911Losing your identity after having children
HatsThe roles of motherhood
The Wizard of AaahhsFinding help & comfort in God
A Breath of Fresh AirDuties of motherhood
ShineUniqueness of motherhood
Mom's Star SearchWe all have different abilities & talents
Mirror, MirrorThe way we see ourselves
Father's Day
(8 Skits) 
Lesson LearnedA boy learns a lesson about keeping promises.
Father FiguresA series of monologues about Fathers
Faith of Our FathersBiblical fathers talk about parenting
The Cars in Dad's GarageAppreciation of Dads
Dad's Top TenBest/worst things about being a dad
Letters to My SonKeeping memories alive
Who's Your DaddyFather Figures
Dad's Big SurpriseLearning from mistakes