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Holly's Hobby

Description: A young girl learns that her "innocent obsession" is really a "deadly deception" the hard way.

Average Rating:
6.7 (Good)
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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted October 14 2015

Rating: 2

Bizarre, and probably impossible to stage. Worse, the leap from Holly is boy-crazy to Holly is a dirty prostitute is crazy. Way to shame girls for natural,God-given feelings! Yes we need to deal with the over-sexualization of our culture, but I can't believe that someone wrote this as an Christian play intended to be put on for girls.
No Heading (Rated by: Shelby) Posted April 11 2012

Rating: 9

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted November 16 2008

Rating: 2

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Thanks for the reccomendation (Rated by: Bipasha Basu) Posted October 25 2007

Rating: 10

In my country we don't often get a taste so spicey.
No Heading (Rated by: W. Stark) Posted October 23 2007

Rating: 10

No Comments Provided
Ambitious! (Rated by: ) Posted May 23 2005

Rating: 9

We are in a transition period at my church and trying some new things. We might just try something like this. It's a challenge, but it truly is inspiring!
Extra super ultra crazy (Rated by: Tippi) Posted May 22 2005

Rating: 10

Just the way I like em.
ummm... (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted May 18 2005

Rating: 3

its really hard to follow, and how are you supposed to make a clown fall through the ceiling? does she sass the nun near the end?
No Heading (Rated by: J-bird) Posted August 5 2004

Rating: 1

I don't get the point you are trying to teach here? It's not forgiveness, or redemption. Possibly you are trying to teach girls that once they mess up they are done for. I wouldn't stage this because of all the difficulties involved.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted August 4 2004

Rating: 1

This script doesn't make any sense. And, if the mother in the play is calling her daughter's breasts "dirty pillows", then whoever wrote the script should be ashamed. Bodies aren't dirty and I was pretty sure Christians had moved past that terrible and sinful notion.
Poor (Rated by: ThatWouldBeMe) Posted July 18 2004

Rating: 3

This has a hard time flowing peacefully- and it is very hard to follow. The plot needs some serious construction. Also these "stage directions" are very hard to follow because they are almost impossible to preform.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted April 11 2004

Rating: 7

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted November 8 2003

Rating: 10

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted August 26 2003

Rating: 9

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I like the first two acts. (Rated by: A L:issy) Posted July 25 2003

Rating: 7

I din't like the last act as much as the first two. The line where 'Holly' sees Jesus' picture and Thought he was hot and then starts crying afterwards was good. I would NOT preform this for someone younger than 12, though
shocked (Rated by: Ariana) Posted June 27 2003

Rating: 3

Space allows I be blunt. This play is offensive. The writing is abrupt and choppy. Instead of love and forgiveness it's cruel and downtrodden. Yes sin has repercusions but our God forgives and is loving. As in all the other plays I've read by this author I find it impossible to stage unless you have an auditorium which is impractical and rare.
not for me, but it's good (Rated by: Virgil) Posted June 25 2003

Rating: 9

Okay, I'm not a girl, so I gotta say, I don't really get a lot of it. But from what I can see, I think it's important. Maybe some girls could tell us what they think? I didn't understand the end: Why is this mother "superior"? What did she do?
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted April 17 2003

Rating: 3

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Peculiaratorasauras (Rated by: ) Posted April 10 2003

Rating: 4

I see some filth with the script, if you would like to know them, e-mail me. If you can.
Hmmm (Rated by: ) Posted April 9 2003

Rating: 4

I see some good things witht the script, if you would like to know them, e-mail me.
No Heading (Rated by: ) Posted March 13 2003

Rating: 4

I see some problems witht the script, if you would like to know them, e-mail me.
An Exceptional Play (Rated by: ) Posted January 9 2003

Rating: 10

The spiritual warriors and warriesses alike will love to watch this play performed. Thanks!
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted January 8 2003

Rating: 5

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted December 5 2002

Rating: 10

Just plain good.
Thank you Jesus! (Rated by: subrosax) Posted October 29 2002

Rating: 10

And thank you Puppet2Puppet! Your plays have electrified an art form in serious danger of stagnation.This is your best yet, even better than that fireman thing. Forgive the pun, but since you came along, EvanChrisPup has been "born again"!!!!
My favorite (Rated by: JC) Posted August 4 2002

Rating: 10

This is one of the best that you P2p people have done, I think, in my humble opinion. No, it's Tiffy!!!
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted May 7 2002

Rating: 4

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Excellent (Rated by: Father Fred) Posted May 7 2002

Rating: 10

It's difficult sometimes to address these issues. I think the younger ones might no understand though.
Wow! (Rated by: Chris Nichols) Posted May 3 2002

Rating: 10

I don't know if the tears in my eyes are from laughing along with your audience or from the way the drama truly moved me. I think this is your best work featuring Holly since "Easy Bake Salvation." Just tremendous. I'm going to get my set creators working on this ASAP. With any luck we can get the piece up for our Memorial Day Puppet Marathon!!
Awesome (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted May 3 2002

Rating: 10

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Funny (Rated by: John) Posted May 2 2002

Rating: 10

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted May 2 2002

Rating: 10

among the finest in it's genre. a "must-read"

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