In "Riddle and Mystery," a Tapestry of Faith program
Have participants perform and discuss the playlet.
The group's performance can be as simple or complicated as you wish. If time is short, participants can simply read their lines aloud. With enough time and an ambitious group, let participants prepare the scenelets in advance and add any props or actions they like.
At the end of the presentation, ask the group to identify the play's central messages. Suggest these ideas, if others do not:
Present the playlet in a way that involves all enthusiastic participants. Do not put any youth on the spot to read aloud. Provide scripts to volunteers, ahead of time if possible. Offer to help all performers prepare their roles, in order to include youth who may have reading or vision limitations.
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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