THE TRIBULATION ROOM
Comedy, by Ken Bradbury, 2003
A substitute Sunday School teacher meets the flock in the primary room.
Duration6 - 8 minutes
- 1 Female
Product Id: #123
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An excerpt …
(she opens the door of the primary Sunday School class and bursts into a wide smile)
Good morning, boys and girls! (her smile slowly melts). Who brought the chocolate? Oh, good grief! You’ve got it everywhere! (she begins grabbing kids and trying to wipe their reluctant faces) You guys are a mess! I know I’m not your regular Sunday School teacher. She’s being treated for something … She didn’t say what. Would you hold still? Oh sorry ... that’s your nose? I thought it was chocolate.
(she tries to teach the lesson)
Okay, now for our lesson. Can anybody tell me … What! What James? Yes, I know Margaret is sticky. She can’t help that. Margaret, don’t cry. Yes, I know James is being mean. That’s because he’s a boy. That’s his job. Have a seat right here. No, it’s a nice dry spot. I already checked. (feels the spot) No, I didn’t. Paula’s been there. Sit over hear instead. James, she does not need any help sitting down!
(she exaggerated the story of Noah just as the minister entered)
Yes, I think it would be a very good idea if I could just teach the original version but … (whispering to the minister) ... this James kid is driving me nuts. Somebody should lock him up. He’s ... he’s what? (consults her notebook) James ... James Kelly. And (points) Reverend Kelly. What a coincidence … not. Sorry, Reverend Kelly.
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