The confrontation wasn't real. The pair were members of Reality Check, an improvisational acting troupe composed of county high school students who perform thought-provoking skits on teen-age issues. The actors were members of S.
Yes, the group is theatrical, and its message is Christian. Fenske has had the acting bug since age 10, and has performed in numerous theatrical productions. Her interest in a nationally known Christian theatrical duo, the Skit Guys, inspired her to begin writing her own skits and to create TAG.
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Philip the Apostle Catholic Church Youth participated in an interactive skit to explore unhealthy dating relationships. The performance was facilitated by Fayette Cares staff as an ongoing effort to prevent abuse and spark social change. Violent behavior typically begins between the ages of 12 and
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AP Authorities say a New Hampshire teacher who gave a high school student a knife for a civics lesson skit to discuss searches and seizures and the Fourth Amendment was put on paid administrative leave and has since resigned. Gorham Police Chief Pi Cyr said Wednesday the teacher approached the year-old student for the skit and gave him the bi-fold knife. The student put it in a lunchbox.
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Would you like to tell us about a lower price? A satirical, slightly subversive, and definitely tongue-in-cheek take on Christian morality plays aimed at teenagers. Two friends, Brandon and Gary, dole out advice to their classmates about issues of the day.
Based on Revelationthis script shows Aaron afraid to let Jesus into all parts of his life because of his messes. Emma needs to talk to her Dad about a sensitive topic but she doesn't know how and he doesn't make it easy. A young girl considered the "social outcast" of her high school contemplates her life and the secrets she has kept as she starts another school year.
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