Suitcase in the background

Suitcase in the background - clown bits
Suitcase in the background – clown bits Suitcase in the background is not a skit, by itself. It is part of a larger skit, with two clowns, at the beginning, where the second clown is about to be introduced. I saw this recently on a rerun of The Lucy...
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Honest Ananias

Honest Ananias skit by Roly Bain Unlike most of the skits here, I cannot freely give this away to perform — it’s an original skit by Roly Bain, a very talented clown minister. The good news is, you can get a license to perform it (and many other...
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Follow Jesus

Follow Jesus - an original, silent skit for a clown troupe (9 or more clowns)
Follow Jesus – an original, silent skit for a clown troupe (9 or more clowns) This skit is courtesy of TenderHeart, aka. Nelda Singer (email: oldlulubell at yahoo.com) (set up: this clown skit is about several different small groups of clowns. No speaking parts. One man is dressed...
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David – a clownish retelling of David and Goliath

David - a clownish retelling of David and Goliath - This script is courtesy of Clowns for Christ
David – a clownish retelling of David and Goliath – This script is courtesy of Clowns for Christ Characters: Narrator, Stage Hand, David (a small child or baby), Helper (helps David, preferably David’s real mother), Sheep/soldiers (2 people, each playing a sheep and then a soldier), Father/King (same...
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Magic Coloring Book

Magic coloring book
This is a short clown routine using the Magic Coloring Book, also known in magical circles as the Svengali book. In a nutshell, when turning the pages of the book, the book appears to be blank. Turning the pages in a different way, it appears that the pages...
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Easter Transformation

Easter Transformation – a skit for 2 silent clowns and 3 or more helpers Written by John Gravley MAIN IDEA: to show that Jesus takes all of our hurts and pains to the cross and through his sacrifice offers us hope and love.
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Are your burdens too heavy?

Are Your Burdens Too Heavy?
Are Your Burdens Too Heavy? Written by John Gravley MAIN IDEA: show that Jesus can help us carry whatever weighs us down. HELPERS: two clowns. SETTING: can be anywhere. This skit can be used for all ages. The burdens should be specific to whatever audience you are sharing...
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The mind reader

The mind reader - A clown skit for two speaking clowns
The mind reader – A clown skit for two speaking clowns Props required: chair for the mind-reading clown to sit in, a coin (preferably large, clown-sized so everyone in the audience can see it), a blindfold for the mind reader (the clowns walk in, the mind-reading clown carrying...
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Tolerance?

Tolerance skit - juggling knives
Tolerance? a clown skit for 2 speaking clowns, courtesy of Clowns for Christ This was written as a children’s sermon to match an adult sermon by the same title. (Clown One enters and walks up to where children are.) Clown One (addressing kids): I am going to talk...
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Rock, Scissors, Paper – nothing beats prayer

Rock, Scissors, Paper - nothing beats prayer
Rock, scissors, paper … bomb? Nothing beats prayer! Two clowns on stage (either as part of something previous or entering on stage and meeting each other) Clown 1: Say, isn’t it your turn to clean up the elephant cages? (or anything else for the 2 clowns to disagree...
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