“The Crate Escape” Performance Photos

sheeplaughs   February 7, 2018   Comments Off on “The Crate Escape” Performance Photos

Here are some photos of a drama team performing one of my skits: in this case, “The Crate Escape.” I found it on the website of the Trinity Christian Academy in Jacksonville, FL, and they did a good job of it!

The predatory Mr. Hunter unveils his Mystery Box.

Our curious young man tries out the promised thrills to be found in the box.

But then he finds that he is trapped in the box!

A New Ager offers advice for escaping the prison.

Another person trapped in a box comes by and can offer no hope.

The Word of God is given to the young man, his only hope of escaping.

Having accepted the Lord, the young man bursts free of his prison.

The newly-freed believer now offers hope and help to the returning box person.

The cast comes back out for a bow.


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