2 PARTIES & A PIG STY – a skit for 4 or more speaking clowns, with lots of audience participation – original skit by Larry & Grannie for use with their AWANAs group
Characters: Lorenzo (L), Grannie (G), Jake (J), Ariel (A), AWANAs (AW)
Props: raggedy coat & hat snare drum, Funny money toy musical instruments, Wizzer whistles, tamale husks, Pigs & Pigs & Pigs, toy musical instruments, 3 piñatas party “crackers”, candy camp table, Party crackers string, musical instruments
[Grannie enters and addresses the kids]
G: Hi kids. It’s me! Grannie! And this is Ariel! And this is Jake! And last, of course . . . Lorenzo(!)! (more…)
The Tie is Always Greener – an original clown skit by Goofy Grape, for 2 speaking clowns
(starts with Goofy Grape having a small table set up on stage, with some ties displayed for sale — straightening up ties, etc. — keeping her hands busy)
(Raynbow walks on-stage, spots the Tie Store, and does a take for the audience)
Raynbow: Wow! A new tie store! And I really need a new tie! (looks at tie he’s wearing) This old thing! I’ve had it for years … It’s time for a change! (walks into the “store”) (more…)
I am redeemed, but not with hot dogs – a clown ministry skit for 2 speaking clowns
A skit for two talking clowns, explaining what ‘redeem’ means. An original skit by Raynbow the Clown.
Props required: a large paper ‘coupon’, a Bible.
(Raynbow, walks to the center of the stage) (more…)
Jonah – clown ministry skit courtesy of Clowns for Christ
Parts: Narrator, God, Jonah, Storm Maker, Helper, Sailors (one or more)
Props: Chair or step ladder, megaphone (can be rolled poster board), boat, sailor hats (newspaper), play money, storm (spray bottles and palm branches), blindfold, can of tuna fish (can be empty and clean), plate of shaving cream, cup of water
Narrator: I have a question. Have any of you ever been in Time Out? Did you know that in the Bible, God put someone in Time Out? It wasn’t even a kid. It was an adult. Can you believe it? It is the story of Jonah. Today, Jonah will be played by Chuckles the clown. We call him Chuck for short. (Jonah comes in and bows) Well, one day God called out to Jonah. (more…)
The S-T-R-E-S-S Song – a free clown ministry skit for 2 talking clowns
In a nutshell, one clown is trying to sing “the next great country music song” for the audience, only for the second clown to keep interrupting his performance, making him more stressed out with each successive attempt. Remember the Rule of Three—after repeating the same thing three times, it ceases to be funny. (more…)
Follow Jesus – an original, silent skit for a clown troupe (9 or more clowns)
This skit is courtesy of TenderHeart, aka. Nelda Singer (email: oldlulubell at yahoo.com)
(set up: this clown skit is about several different small groups of clowns. No speaking parts. One man is dressed like Jesus and carries a sign that reads LOVE. One group starts off with maybe a man, woman and teenager on one side of the stage, the teenager is being unruly. In another section of the stage are two boys that are bullying each other. Another group is gossipy women, and a group of men in the back corner playing acting like they were playing dice and drinking.) (more…)
Donuts and Freckles, a skit for two clowns, demonstrating what baptism is, and isn’t. Original by Raynbow the Clown.
Props: A donut, a (clear) glass of white milk, a washcloth, a sponge, a scrub brush, a bottle of Windex, sandpaper, and Comet cleanser
Skit starts with Clown 1 entering, addressing the audience
Clown 1: (looking at his watch) Good morning, everyone! This morning, my helper Clown 2 and I are going to demonstrate what Baptism means — (glances at watch again) — except that Clown 2 is late, and he promised to bring my visual aids!
Clown 2: Here I am! (enters, carrying donut and glass of milk)
Clown 1: (looking slightly upset) Where have you been? And where are the visual aids? (more…)
Dropping the Ball – This is a silent skit, for 2 or more clowns, based on an incident that happened to me at work. Props required are a cardboard box (with the bottom not taped shut, merely held together by the clown as he carries the box), containing a goodly number of rubber balls (or if you have more time to pick them up, ping pong balls, rubber eggs, etc.) (more…)