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A Chorus Line

Description: Takes the popular musical and turns it on its head -- puppet-style!

Average Rating:
9.1 (Very good)
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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted November 30 2013

Rating: 1

This is not the way to win kids to Christ. It relies on fear of going to hell to produce a change instead of allowing the complete character of who God is to lead them to salvation.
reraint/repent (Rated by: ) Posted February 27 2011

Rating: 10

this was so much fun for the kids, they all loved it, I will deffinetly be using more of these puppet skits, thank you so much for a free resource to use
My favorite so far (Rated by: Jack Starrett) Posted December 11 2010

Rating: 10

I like the music angle and the message is clear.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted September 20 2010

Rating: 10

No Comments Provided
No Heading (Rated by: Burnett and Co.) Posted February 4 2010

Rating: 10

Count us as fans of this play. We like it & we like performing it!
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted October 12 2009

Rating: 5

No Comments Provided
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted October 7 2009

Rating: 10

No Comments Provided
flothunder@gmail.com (Rated by: Florence) Posted January 5 2009

Rating: 10

Now that is cute
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted October 17 2008

Rating: 10

No Comments Provided
Awesome! (Rated by: Joe) Posted September 17 2008

Rating: 10

This would work good for a PLAY. I liked it alot.
#1 (Rated by: ) Posted September 16 2008

Rating: 10

This is the best script I have read on this site!!!
Great skit, guys! (Rated by: Robin) Posted March 11 2008

Rating: 10

That's a really neat way you tied the whole thing together at the end. Neat parallel. Take a bow for this one.
Our grandson played the lead (Rated by: Elizabeth Donnelly) Posted October 2 2007

Rating: 10

And he was FanTASTic tonight! A wonderful performance that filled our little church with laughter and songs of praise!
A natural fit (Rated by: Sheila Darcy) Posted August 16 2007

Rating: 10

"A Chorus Line" is a great musical and it makes a great play for puppets. Good teaching tool from Puppet2Puppet.
Thank you (Rated by: ) Posted October 27 2006

Rating: 9

This was a big hit!
Fun-tastic!!! (Rated by: Jillian) Posted September 22 2006

Rating: 10

This was a big hit! Thanks again!
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted September 22 2006

Rating: 8

No Comments Provided
Fantastic! (can I give it an 11?!) (Rated by: Missy) Posted June 29 2006

Rating: 10

Talent show! Musical! Great ending! I need to give this one an 11!
A bunch of fun! (Rated by: ) Posted March 19 2006

Rating: 10

I'm going to sneak this one in this Sunday! We have need of using our new sound recording system - we'll record this play it back "live" with the puppets. (I"m sending you an e-mail right now for permission, okay?) Cynthia
Real fun (Rated by: Blimpy's) Posted January 24 2006

Rating: 10

I give this an A Plus!
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted December 25 2005

Rating: 3

No Comments Provided
Just what we were looking for (Rated by: Oh boy!) Posted September 1 2005

Rating: 10

And just in time. We go up with this on Sunday.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted June 11 2005

Rating: 8

No Comments Provided
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted May 17 2005

Rating: 1

This is So retard, im supossed to act out this play, and i look 4 info, and i find sumthin, but than its gay!
This is fun! (Rated by: Michael) Posted March 10 2005

Rating: 10

After the season, we will do this and the kids will love it. Great and fun!
No Heading (Rated by: Dances With God!) Posted January 22 2005

Rating: 10

Our troupe needs multiple puppet plays like this one. Could you please let us know of more plays that use multiple puppets? We have performed this one "A CHORUS LINE" many times. Do you have others?
So Let It Go! (Rated by: JTC) Posted November 27 2004

Rating: 10

I could see an amazing celebration of the spirt as this play is presented. I could see many persons lifting hands and many souls lifting and wings forming. If I could, I would become a child again and accept him once again.
Yummy (Rated by: ) Posted October 28 2004

Rating: 10

Theyll eat it up! Where do you come up with these plays puppet resources?!
I liked this one especially (Rated by: A place in Heaven) Posted April 12 2004

Rating: 10

So good for kids. I like the message. I hope to meet Jesus one day and thank him for the fine example He gave to the children of Man.
Okay, what do I do now? (Rated by: Jenn) Posted January 10 2004

Rating: 10

Sinner Hospital is great, and this is great too! Okay, I've got TWO children services to pitch to the pastor. Here goes...!
Good. (Rated by: ) Posted January 10 2004

Rating: 10

This kinda says what your gifts are and that they are from God.
How good is this? (Rated by: ) Posted January 9 2004

Rating: 10

This is easily the most dynamic bit I've read on this site. I'm from New Hampshire. Anymore people out there from my area? Send me an e-mail. djboone17@hotmail.com
Wish it had a Christmas teme (Rated by: ) Posted December 17 2003

Rating: 10

We do a event every new years. Should do the trick this. Thanking you in advance@
better than firemen! (Rated by: Virgil) Posted June 30 2003

Rating: 10

I know "Heaven Needs Firemen" gets all the attention, but surely this is the best thing I have yet read from the Puppet2Puppet stable of plays. Humor, ****ation, fuzzy critters, red lights--a cornucopia of senses and meaning. Thank you.
No Heading (Rated by: ) Posted April 13 2003

Rating: 6

Well, I hate to be the only one that didn't like it. Among several problems, I didn't like the resoning from Saint Peter on the destination of hell for the "bad puppet." Heaven and Hell are not gained by the good vs. bad we do on earth. I felt that salvation was unclear in this one.
Fun! (Rated by: ) Posted March 21 2003

Rating: 10

I got a smile out of this. Nice. And a good message about judging others. I have some kids at church who are going to enjoy this. I just need more puppets...!
This one springs to life (Rated by: Jeff Boghosin) Posted January 7 2003

Rating: 10

One of P2P's best, and hardest hitting. It touches even the hardest to reach "older" kids.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted January 7 2003

Rating: 10

No Comments Provided
Now THAT'S a puppet play! (Rated by: Jimmy) Posted November 29 2002

Rating: 10

No Comments Provided
How did I miss this one? (Rated by: Gil) Posted November 10 2002

Rating: 9

I've performed a bunch of plays from this board, but I've missed this one. Now I'm doing it. Great ending.
Evil is real (Rated by: Akrat) Posted October 27 2002

Rating: 9

Two legs up for this play. It reminds us that goodness is the real power. I laughed at the evil man, when God made him choke on his vile words.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted October 11 2002

Rating: 9

No Comments Provided
I'm eager (Rated by: ) Posted July 18 2002

Rating: 9

I'm eager to get my youth group's puppetry group to sink their hands into this one.Nice post performance discussion questions. That makes my job a bit easier.
Fun X 3 (Rated by: ) Posted July 17 2002

Rating: 10

What a howl!
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted July 2 2002

Rating: 10

No Comments Provided
No Heading (Rated by: Ed) Posted June 20 2002

Rating: 10

What a hoot! Good job.
Next Sunday! (Rated by: ) Posted May 23 2002

Rating: 10

This one goes up next sunday! I've got a few ideas about staging. I'll get back to you. Great.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted May 7 2002

Rating: 10

No Comments Provided
A blast! (Rated by: Terry) Posted May 5 2002

Rating: 10

Gotta try this one.
No Heading (Rated by: Chris Nichols) Posted May 3 2002

Rating: 10

I think this play just might turn some "at-risk" kids in the right direction!
Wow! (Rated by: Buster Greene) Posted April 29 2002

Rating: 10

This one knocked my socks off! I thought for sure that the producer was Satin, but the twist, Wow! It was a guy like me! I've learned my lesson.
Loved this play! (Rated by: Lynn) Posted April 25 2002

Rating: 10

I love the musical, so I'm a sucker for this! Scary ending!
No Heading (Rated by: ) Posted April 24 2002

Rating: 10

Wonderful message!
Wowie! Entertainment with a Good Message (Rated by: Barry) Posted April 24 2002

Rating: 10

This is a very interesting puppet play with something for everyone. Funny antics and a serious message and a very hard hitting ending. Wowie!
Clever and witty (Rated by: ) Posted April 22 2002

Rating: 10

A great story with a wonderful parallel at the end. Great puppet skit guys!

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