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Script title: The Widow's Oil Melodrama
Script Author Kathy Applebee: Profile | Scripts
Date uploaded: November 28 2008
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Description: Fran Tick, a widow, is about to have her children sold into slavery by Robin Dapoor and Noah Count. Will Elisha the Tissue Biter be able to save the day? The audience participates when signs are held up (Boo Hiss, etc) in this melodrama loosely based on Elisha's miracle for the widow (2 Kings 4)
Message from Kathy Applebee: Royalty free Christian Drama skits can be found at my Fools for Christ website at http://mysite.verizon.net/vze4p7te/foolsforchrist
Keywords: Bible, Family, Greed, Helping others, Miracle, Trust, Bible Stories, Adversity, Tenderness, Persecution
Most appropriate ages:  From 3 yrs old, to 16 yrs old
Materials: Signs, jars, spoon
Number of puppets: 6
Number of non-puppets (ie humans): 1
Approximate running time: 10-15 (minutes)
Script language: English
Christian/Non-Christian/Either: Christian
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