Author: Rachelle Ferguson

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New Skit: “Alternative Apologies”

Today we have a brand-new skit available, our second this month! The new addition, Alternative Apologies, introduces two crazy characters we expect to see more of in the future: Phoenix and Remy. These two gals are Professional Lifestyle Coaches and have quite a lot of, um…wisdom (?) to share. In Alternative Apologies, Phoenix and Remy are […]

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The Three Things You Need for Putting on a Play (and All the Things You Don’t Need) – Part 2

Today’s post is a continuation of last week’s, which outlined the three essentials of drama. Click here to read Part 1. I’ve explained what I believe are the only three things you need for putting on a play: a script, actors, and a healthy supply of commitment. But as you were reading Part 1 of […]

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The Three Things You Need for Putting on a Play (and All the Things You Don’t Need) – Part 1

The idea of producing a play daunts most of us. So many elements have to be organized and brought together in theater that even the suggestion of doing a drama sounds intimidating. I wish it weren’t like that. And, honestly, I don’t think it has to be. I believe only three things are truly necessary to […]

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NEW Today: Pastor Appreciation Skit!

Now that September has arrived, it’s (obviously) time to plan for October, right? And, as I’m sure we all know, October is Pastor Appreciation Month! Today we’re introducing a brand new skit, written specially to honor pastors. Just Ask Pastor! is a short, two-scene play that runs about 6-10 minutes. If you’re looking for a […]

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5 Reasons Why “Rejected” Is Our #1 Bestselling Script

We’re almost halfway through our Fall Sale, and we thought it was high time we shared a few of our favorite things about our top bestselling Christmas script, Rejected: The Inside Story. So without further ado, here are our picks for the five best features of our most popular play. 5.  1950s Setting The 50s are […]

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G. K. Chesterton on Art

“Art, like morality, consists of drawing the line somewhere.” G. K. Chesterton, The Collected Works  

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Fall Sale – Christmas Scripts 25% Off!

It’s that time of year! We’re halfway through August, fall is just around the corner, and it’s time to choose a play to perform at Christmastime. If your church, co-op, or school performs a drama in December, we know what you’re experiencing: that early-autumn struggle of finding a new script, one that fits your drama […]

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Poem: “The Month of August”

August always feels like a fast, flurried month. No holiday gives it special significance; summer is practically over, autumn rushing in to take its place. It’s a month of transition, and as such, I find it easy to overlook. August acts as a kind of bridge between vacation season and study season, rather than being […]

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Visit our new Pinterest page for drama inspiration!

Contrary to popular belief, we don’t think Pinterest is just a place for DIY projects and recipes. (Although, we admit, cheesecake photos are truly inspirational.) But pictures can provide inspiration in countless areas besides the culinary and home improvement arts. That’s why we’ve started a Kittywham Productions page on Pinterest, where we’re collecting photos to […]

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Just Another Christmas Story?

You know the title. Christmas at The Three Bees. You’ve read the synopsis. (Refer to yesterday’s post if necessary!) Yet another Christmas story added to the canon. There are so many, why do we even bother? Can we really keep telling the same old tale in a fresh voice, from an interesting viewpoint? Honestly, I think […]

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