Skits

A collection of clown skits, free to use in your own performances

No Good Deed Goes Unpunished - a clown skit for 3 or more speaking clowns

No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

No Good Deed Goes Unpunished – a clown skit for 3 or more speaking clowns

Application: We shouldn’t let rules get in the way of bringing joy to others

Scripture: 1 Peter 3:17: For it is better to suffer doing good, if suffering should be God’s
will, than to suffer for doing evil. (more…)

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You Never Knew Me – an original skit for 2 speaking clowns, by Raynbow the Clown

You Never Knew Me

You Never Knew Me – an original skit for 2 speaking clowns, by Raynbow the Clown

(setup: requires 2 clowns or 1 clown and 1 “normal” person, one portraying/dressed as Jesus. The only prop is a door frame, with a curtain rod across the top to suspend a curtain from—the set up is described in Mark Wilson’s Complete Course in Magic under the title “Who’s There”. In a nutshell, the doorway is set facing the audience, with the “Jesus” clown behind the door and curtain. As He knocks, the other clown, who is busy (either practising his clown routine, or doing housework, or whatever would fit your character) stops, exasperated, to answer the door. Opens the door, pulls back the curtain to reveal Jesus, but the clown is too busy “right now” and shuts the door. This is repeated 3 times, as shown below. The door could have a large paper Heart on it.) (more…)

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Turning the Other Cheek - a silent skit for a troupe of clowns

Turning the Other Cheek

Turning the Other Cheek – a silent skit for a troupe of clowns

From an idea in  Ministry of Clowning compiled by Everett Robertson.  By the Beauregard Parish clowns.

Play is silent except for the reader and for the audience’s last reaction and the narrator’s reading. Could use background noises when stick hits and when tramp sits on glasses. Using background music could be effective. (more…)

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