Christmas

Christmas Clown Skit, courtesy of the Beauregard Parish collection of skits.

Christmas Clown Skit

Christmas Clown Skit, courtesy of the Beauregard Parish collection of skits.

This was developed for use as a children’s program. It has also been performed by a senior citizen’s group. (more…)

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The Visitor, a free clown Christmas skit for 4 or more clowns, courtesy of Clowns for Christ, inspired by Leo Tolstoy’s famous story of the same name

The Visitor – Christmas

The Visitor, a free clown Christmas skit for 4 or more clowns, courtesy of Clowns for Christ, inspired by Leo Tolstoy’s famous story of the same name

Parts:  Dusting Clown, Sweeping Clown, Mailman, Hurt Child, Hurt Child’s Friend, Cashier, Teen Clown, Hobo Man, Hobo Woman, Off-Stage Voice

Other children that can run through with the Hurt Child and her friend, and then run off, leaving only the two. Hobo Man and Woman can be played by one person.

Christmas Skit opens with Dusting Clown and Sweeping Clown. They are separated by a partition of some sort, can be a screen or even just a row of chairs, to simulate two houses. (more…)

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A Nativity Gift – a free Christian clown Christmas skit pantomime for one, with music and sound effects, courtesy of: Richard O Jones (Jericho) Something Fishy Theatre First United Methodist Church Hamilton, Ohio

A Nativity Gift

Nativity Gift – a free Christian clown Christmas skit pantomime for one, with music and sound effects, courtesy of:
Richard O Jones
(Jericho)
Something Fishy Theatre
First United Methodist Church
Hamilton, Ohio

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Tis Not the Season - a parody of Deck the Halls

Tis Not the Season

‘Tis not the season

(To the tune of em>Deck The Halls”)

‘Tis the season to be greedy!
Fa la la la la, La la la la!
Treat ourselves, forget the needy!
Fa la la la la, La la la la!
Charging gifts with wild abandon!
Fa la la la la, La la la la!
Credit limits not withstandin’!
Fa la la la la, La la la la! (more…)

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Revised Tale of Bethlehem

Revised Tale of Bethlehem

Revised Tale of Bethlehem – A very funny retelling of the birth of Jesus, deflating some of the ridiculousness of the Politically Correct movement. This could be used as a clown skit nearly verbatim

And Joseph went up from Galilee to Bethlehem with Mary, his espoused wife, who was great with child. And she brought forth a Son and wrapped Him in swaddling clothes and laid Him in a manger because there was no room for them in the inn.

And the angel of the Lord spoke to the shepherds and said, “I bring you tidings of great joy. Unto you is born a Savior, which is Christ the Lord.”

“There’s a problem with the angel,” said a Pharisee, who happened to be strolling by.

As he explained to Joseph, angels are widely regarded as religious symbols, and the stable was on public property, where such symbols were not allowed to land, or even hover.  “And I have to tell you, this whole thing looks to me very much like a Nativity scene,” he said sadly. “That’s a no-no, too.” (more…)

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Rehearsing the Christmas play, a skit by Mike Beauchemin, originally posted in Skits, Jokes, and Routines

Rehearsing the Christmas play

Rehearsing the Christmas play, a skit by Mike Beauchemin, originally posted in Skits, Jokes, and Routines (more…)

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The Meaning of Christmas, by William Martin, AKA: Specs the Clown

The Meaning of Christmas, by William Martin, AKA: Specs the Clown

Christmas Skit 2012, courtesy of Epworth Rehoboth Church

Cast: The Decorating Clowns (4), The Shopping Clowns (5), Clown 9 to talk with Children & Clowns.

Clown 9 can also be one of the ministers, Clown 10, to pray

As Children gather for the children’s sermon, a group of “Shopping Clowns” enters from left of  Sanctuary. They are holding a vast array of packages, toys, wrapped gifts, and shopping bags. From right side of Sanctuary, a single clown enters about 45 seconds later, completely blanketed in gifts, bags, and trinkets for Christmas presents. So covered and weighed down in the stuff that he/she is lugging, that he/she wanders around the sanctuary because he/she cannot clearly see. (more…)

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A Clown Christmas - a clown ministry skit for a troupe of speaking clowns, where they go to present their gifts to the baby Jesus - if they can find him!

A Clown Christmas

A Clown Christmas

This script is courtesy of Clowns for Christ

Originally, this was written for a Narrator and 14 clowns (whiteface, auguste, tramp, or any combination). These clown roles can be combined.

Narrator: Once upon a time, there was a very special group of clowns. (Clowns enter) You can see that their name tags say, “Clowns for Christ.” These clowns loved God very much. God had told them that he was going to send His very own son to the Earth to be King. Well, the clowns couldn’t wait, because this King would be called by many names: (each clown steps forward as he or she says the line, and then back) (more…)

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The True Meaning of Christmas, a free clown Christmas skit for 2 or more clowns, written by John Gravley

The True Meaning of Christmas

The True Meaning of Christmas, a free clown Christmas skit for 2 or more clowns, written by John Gravley

MAIN IDEA: introduce discussion about the true meaning of Christmas.

HELPERS: at least two are needed but more can join.

SETTING: classroom with teacher and at least one student.

PROPS: large calendar with Dec. 25th highlighted, Christmas decorations, camera, Santa hat, small gift, a sign that says Jesus, a large red paper heart and enough 2 inch red paper hearts for the audience.

SKIT: The Teacher (either a clown or not … must be able to talk) enters and is followed by the Student(s) (one or more clowns).

the Teacher”: It is almost Christmas, so today I thought I would ask you if you could tell me the true meaning of Christmas. (more…)

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The Unopened Christmas Gift, courtesy of Epworth Rehoboth Beach Clowning for Joy

The Unopened Christmas Gift

The Unopened Christmas Gift, courtesy of Epworth Rehoboth Beach Clowning for Joy

Author: Good Book aka Ray Book

Begins with two-three clowns sitting down with kids Solo clown sitting on Chancel looking at a gift completely wrapped on a table with a Bible sitting on the table

C1: (When sitting) Good morning kids. I am Clown 1 (other clowns introduce themselves ) What was your favorite gift this Christmas?

C2: Was it wrapped up so it would be a surprise?

C1: And what did you have to do to find what was inside?(kids say “open it”) (more…)

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