In "Riddle and Mystery," a Tapestry of Faith program
Participants present a WCUU show involving eight On-Air People—Anchor, NUUs Analyst, a UU Kid and five Detectives.
Assign roles, using volunteers for On-Air People and Studio Crew. The Studio Crew might include a director, a floor director, a camera operator, a sound engineer, a lighting director, a script supervisor and multiple production assistants. You might invite the Kid for the Day to be the Anchor or UU Kid.
Give all who need to follow the script a moment to look it over. Review it with the youth if any participants have limited reading skills.
Tell the group when the show should end to keep the session on schedule; assign a Studio Crew member (director or floor director) to watch the time.
Let the broadcast begin.
At the end of the broadcast, ask participants how it went. Ask them to summarize a Unitarian Universalist response to today's Big Question: How can I know what to believe? Ask the youth:
Youth with limited mobility can be On-Camera People or Studio Crew; arrange the "studio" so they can perform their role or tasks seated.
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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