One of Easter tradition is the performance of plays, and at artdramascripts.com we have some fantastic play scripts for Easter and spring!
Age group: 6-8 (1st-2nd Grade, Year 2 - Year 3)
Run time: 25 minutes
Price: 10.00 GBP or 20.00 USD
Funny and educational tour of the most famous and less well-known Easter traditions.
The play would suit class sizes of 22-30 children. 6 roles are recommended for acting by girls, 7 roles for performance by boys.
Zork and Zindy live on the planet Zargon 5 and the Empress Min has granted them a vacation. They decide to visit Earth for an Easter holiday. Zork and Zindy witness some of the most and least well-known Easter traditions. However, will they be able to abide by the rules for inter-galactic travellers to Earth? Equally importantly, will they remember to bring back something tasty for Empress Min?
Excerpts from the script:
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(The Winter Palace, St. Petersburg, Imperial Russia.)
ZINDY: (Approaching Fabergé Egg.) It's so beautiful!
ZORK: Yes, it's a Fabergé Egg made for Tsar Alexander III of Russia to give to his wife.
ZINDY: (Picks up the egg and pretends to bite it.) Ouch!
ZORK: Zindy, why did you do that?
ZINDY: I wanted to eat it so I could see better in the dark.
ZINDY: You told me earlier that it was made from 18 carrots!
ZORK: I meant it was made from pure gold, and precious gem stones and enamel.
ZINDY: Oh, sorry.
ZORK: How do you feel?
ZINDY: I don't think I can see any better in the dark.
ZORK: Well, I hope you've learned your lesson. Now there's one more place to go and we need to travel further back in time.
(Westminster Abbey, England, 1689.)
ZINDY: (Covering nose.) What a smell!
KING: (To audience.) Can you believe this awful custom? I have to wash the feet of poor people as a way of reminding me that I must serve my subjects.
ZORK: Poor him.
THREE PAUPERS: We're waiting!
PAUPER 1: I haven't washed my feet all year!
KING: No, no! I just can't do it. I tell you what: who wants some money instead?
(Three Paupers raise hands quickly.)
KING: (To audience.) I guess handing out Maundy Money will become a new custom. Hope so. Bye!
(Exit King waving.)
ZINDY: I've had a great Easter holiday on Earth.
ZORK: Me too, but it's time to return home to Zargon 5.
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Drama activities can play a huge role in children's primary education and development. The main requirement when putting on a play or reading a play is that the script has to be FUN!
Interesting facts about Easter traditions
People ask themselves various questions throughout their lives. One of the most useless questions being, “Which came first the chicken, or the egg?” I don't know the answer, but I do know that Easter came before the chocolate egg. Easter is a time of the year when Christians celebrate the resurrection of Christ. The Russian Tsars had jewelled eggs made as Easter gifts for their wives and mothers, known as Fabergé eggs after their maker.
Nowadays, people prefer chocolate eggs and children's 'Easter egg hunts' are very popular. What happens to all the chocolate eggs which aren't found? Perhaps, squirrels have secretly developed a taste for chocolate?
Other symbols of Easter include the Easter Bunny, daffodils and lambs.
Every Easter, the US President holds an egg rolling competition for kids on the White House lawn; and, in Bermuda, flying kites is a colourful tradition.
I like British hot cross buns.
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