Dramas with a Message: 21 Reproducible Dramas for the Local Church

Dramas with a Message: 21 Reproducible Dramas for the Local Church

by Douglas L. Fagerstrom, Doug Fagerstrom
     
 

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An exciting collection of twenty-one church-tested dramatic sketches that require only two to four characters, simple sets, and everyday costumes. Built-in performance and copying permission.

Overview

An exciting collection of twenty-one church-tested dramatic sketches that require only two to four characters, simple sets, and everyday costumes. Built-in performance and copying permission.

Editorial Reviews

The Christian Librarian Reviews
"Ten words leaped out at me when I first saw these books. 'Permission to photocopy these dramas for ministry use is included!' Copyright requires multiple book copies of drama books to comply with the law. Here one is encouraged to copy. At that point one questions how good are these dramas. They are very good. . . . Both titles are highly recommended for churches of any size and collections with Church-related drama."
— Douglas Fruehling
Teen4Jesus
. . . An excellent resource to add to your collection of performing arts library.
The Christian Librarian
"highly recommended for churches of any size and collections with church-related drama."
— Douglas L. Fruehling

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780825425837
Publisher:
Kregel Publications
Publication date:
09/28/1999
Series:
Dramas with a Message Series
Pages:
96
Product dimensions:
8.56(w) x 10.88(h) x 0.26(d)

Meet the Author

Doug Fagerstrom is the executive pastor of Calvary Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and has been the executive director of the Network of Single Adult Leaders since 1987. For the past nine years Doug has written and directed a drama sketch each week for the church's seeker ministry. He also teaches drama at Reformed Bible College, Grand Rapids.

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