A Measure of Love

  • Cast Number: 1
  • Run-time: 3 minutes
  • Bible Reference: John 3:16

What is love? How would we identify, categorize a perfect example of love? The selfless love of a mother? . . . The love between husband and wife?
Or the love of Jesus, the love that lead to, and through, the cross.
This easily staged monologue skit grippingly speaks of that kind of love.

Cast: 1 m or f, any age, (other singers may be added, on or off stage)

Set: bare

Costume, lighting: standard

Sound effects: hammer on nail
actor sings accapela first verse of Amazing Grace, with other singers joining in singing the next two verses.
The writer staged this piece at Christmas season and, for effect, Amazing Grace was sung to the tune of “Auld Lang Syne”
Props: small manger crèche

Sample of Script:

actor comes on stage, slowly and quietly, speaks with emphasis and emotion

Love….A measure of love

Love defined by human perspective

Marked by emotion, laughter, joy, and warmth…

Tainted by heartbreak, scarred by circumstances.

Love…. A measure of love

 

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