Cecilia

Category: Skits

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Type of Skit Funny, Story
# of Participants 2 – 10
Props Needed: none

Action

Begins with pairs of campers or staff lined up in a row. This skit can be done with one pair or more. One person in each pair lies down on the ground with their knees bent and the other straddles their stomach with their legs behind them. From the front, it should like there is only one person there. If using more than one pair, the actions are done by all simultaneously but the lines can be spoken by one or by a narrator

Top: (Makes a telephone with his/her hand.) Ok, Cecilia, I will see you in five minutes. (Puts phone away.) So I waited, and I waited, and I waited. (Bottom puts right ankle on left knee, Top leans on right hand. Every time they hear the word “waited”, they switch legs and hands.)

Top: I thought I heard a knock, a knock, a knock upon the door. (On the word “knock” Top pretends to knock on a door, Bottom stamps his/her feet.)

Top: So I ran downstairs (Bottom stamps feet.), opened the door (Top pretends to open a door.) and it was (Top looks excited.) my mom (Top looks disappointed.). Continue reading

Aaargh!

Category: Skits

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Type of Skit Story, Scary, Audience Participation
# of Participants 3
Props Needed: Club

Action

Narrator: I’m going to tell you a scary story. There was a woman, working alone at a company late at night, who was listening to the news on the radio. The radio mentioned car accidents, baseball scores and trouble in congress. She packed her bags to go home and as she was turning off the radio they mentioned an escaped convict.

Radio Voice: The man is a deranged killer. He walks with a limp, dragging one foot and he carries a bloody axe. He escaped by hacking three prison guards to death. He is armed and dangerous!

Narrator: The woman turned off the radio, turned off the lights and walked towards her car through the empty building. But as she walked, she heard footsteps in the distance behind her . . . step scrape, step scrape, step scrape. She walked faster. The footsteps came closer: step scrape, step scrape, step scrape. They came closer, closer, closer. Finally she reached the front door and turned the knob. Locked! She was trapped! Turning around …

Club Carrier: (runs in with the club, leaping over the audience, waving the club around) Aaargh!

Aaargh!

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