B&G - Skits
Carol McLane (Carol.Mclane@COMMERCE.STATE.MI.US)
Thu, 22 Dec 1994 11:49:26 -0500
Here are two skits that I think are cute
Setting: Like you are walking down the street. 1ST is always on stage.
The others come and go
One person meeting another person (like on a street).
1st. - "Hey those are sharp boots. Where did you get them?"
2nd - "J. C. Penny"
2nd exits and 1st continues along street and meets the next person
1ST - "I like your shirt. Where did you get it?"
3rd - "J.C. Penny"
3rd exit and 1st continues along street and meets the next person
1st - "Wow. that is a great pair of pants. I would like a pair like that.
where did you get them"
4th - "J. C. Penny"
This continues along this way until you only have one person left. When
the last person come along they must have no cloths on except for a barrel
- or substitute a garbage sack or grain sack.
1st - "Looks like you are having hard times. What's your name?"
Last person - "J.C.Penny"
you could always conclude with the whole pack singing "God bless my
This is one we used for a Girl Scout Talent Show but could be used by
Another skit is all pantomime. Props include a sign that says Bus Stop and
a Park bench. We had music playing in the background softly. We used "I
was strolling thru the park one day"
Little kid skipping across the stage, chewing bubble gum and blowing a
bubble, then acts like the gum is stale and throws it on the ground. then
Next a jogger comes along and act like he steps in the gum and it is on his
foot. He looks disgusted and digs it off and throws it on the sign
An old lady comes on and leans against the sign like she is really tired.
When she tries to move she is stuck to the sign. Finally, digs the gum off
her elbow and throws it onto the park bench.
A boy scout comes along and helps the lady off stage and come backs and
sits on the bench to wait for the bus. When he trys to stand up, he is
stuck to the bench. Finally gets up and digs the gum off his behind and
throws it back on the ground and runs off like he is chasing the bus.
Finally the little kid comes back on looking sad and dejected. He sees the
gum lying on the ground, picks it up, Big Smile, pops it in his mouth and
skips off chewing.
My Girl Scouts had a great time hamming this up and it was the hit of the
Talent show. You can add as many parts as you need.
Hope your skit is successful!
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City