Splash Man Series

  • Cast Number: 4
  • Run-time: 30 minutes

The super heroes, Splash Man and Splash Girl, are in town to help out at the Vacation Bible School and trouble, and laughter, follow them. This is a 3 part sketch, (excellent for VBS), each segment being approximately 10 minutes:
- Sketch 1 based on “Jesus Calms the Storm” Matt 8:23, Mark 4:35, Luke 8:22
- Sketch 2 based on “Jesus Washes Feet” John 13
- Sketch 3 based on “The Woman at the Well” John 4
The main characters are based, (of course), on Bat Man and Bat Girl.

Bible Reference: Matthew 8:23, Mark 4:35, Luke 8:22, John 13, John 4

Cast: 4
Splash Man
Splash Girl
(Peter and Jennie could be male or female)

Set: backdrop of swimming pool with lifeguard station

Sound: Music: “Splash Man” MP3 recorded by DramaShare, lyrics by DramaShare is online for members at “TECHNICAL HELP” link, “Script Songs” dropdown

Costumes: super hero type costumes, Jennie and Peter have regular leisure clothing

Props: plastic water wings for Splash Man, Splashmobile, (small tricycle with a push arm at the back), flag, ice cream cones, small packet

Time: 10 minutes each segment, 30 minutes in total

Sample of script:

Script: Sketch 1 – Calming the Storm

Splash Man music plays

All Singers (Offstage voices)
Splash Man
Splash Man
Splash Man

Splash Man rides on stage on Splashmobile with Splash Girl pushing, do several loops around the stage

All Singers: Here’s the one who is our hero
Cuts the bad guys down to zero
He’s the best, let’s make that clear-o
For he is our super hero

Singers2, quiet:
Splash Man!
(and on the same beats, loud)
Singers1: Near the water he’s impressive
Singers2: If he just knew how to dressive

Singers2, quiet:
Splash Man!
(and on the same beats, loud)
Singers1: He’s the one who always pleases
Singers2: Though the water gives him sneezes

Singers2, quiet:
Splash Man!
(and on the same beats, loud)
Singers1: He’s our hero, he is Splash Man
Singers2: Splashmobile he rides when he can

Singers2, quiet:
Splash Man!
(and on the same beats, loud)
Singers1: Never fear when he’s on duty
Singers2: And that Splash Girl’s such a cutie

All, loud: Splash Man, Splash Man, Splash Man
Na na na na na na na na Splash Man!

Splash Man and Splash Girl stop, Splash Man gets off Splashmobile

SMan: Please park the Splashmobile, Splash Girl.

SGirl: Great surging tidal waves Splash Man, I would for sure be proud to park the Splashmobile. . . Umm. do you think I could like, like drive it rather than just push it, huh?

SMan: No, no, I really don’t think that would be wise Splash Girl! . . You must remember that this is a highly engineered Splash Vehicle, capable of reaching blinding speeds.

SGirl: I understand Splash Man, it’s just that I hope someday maybe . . .

SMan: Well Splash Girl, you have to understand that I haven’t always been the impressive super hero that I am today. . . I dare say, your day will come Splash Girl!

Jennie and Peter come on stage

Jennie: Hey Splash Man, Splash Girl, it’s so nice to see you here at the Splash Pool. I am Jennie and this here is Peter. Are you all ready to go to work, protecting our Splash Pool?

SMan: Well Jennie, like my Momma always said, I was born for this moment.

SGirl: I thought your momma said that about your sister.

SMan: Sis and I looked a lot alike actually.

Peter: Splash Man, what do you say about the wonderful new lifeguard tower we built for you here at the Splash Pool?

SMan, frightened look: A tower . .? . . Like up, off the ground?

SGirl: Splash Man has issues with being more than two inches off the ground.

SMan, hurt: I have acrophobia is all.

Jennie: Acrophobia?

SMan: Fear of heights.

SGirl: Great water wave parks Splash Man, you had to go into counselling to handle wearing platform shoes to make you look taller!

SMan: Yeh, but who knew that the soles of those shoes were gonna be like four inches thick?

Peter: Well I gotta tell you Splash Man, our town will for sure sleep better knowing that you are looking out for the folks at Vacation Bible School when they are swimming in the Splash Pool here.

SMan, confidently: Well, it’s just what I do Peter.

Jennie: Well, like Peter said, knowing, if something happens in the Splash Pool, that you are ready to jump off the top of that lifeguard tower . .

SMan, worried, looks up at the top of the tower: Jump? . . . All the way off the top of . .that? . . .

Jennie: . . . and rush out into the water to save them . .

SMan, scared: In the water? . . You mean, you expect me to go out in the water?

Jennie: Well how else would you do it? . . I mean, suppose I was out there in the water and I was drowning . . . what would you do?

SMan, confident: I, Splash Man, would call out to you . . in my deep, gorgeous voice . . . and I would say, “Hello there, you, flailing around in the water, come up here on the beach and I will save you!”

SGirl, proud: That’s how Splash Man operates, isn’t it exciting?

Peter: Well, it might be exciting to you Splash Girl, but I don’t think it is a good way to rescue swimmers in difficulty.

SMan: You mean that there is another way?

Peter: Yes, we would expect that Splash Man would go out in the water and rescue the person in trouble.

SGirl: Great water bubbles, Peter, poor Splash Man would be helpless with all the sneezing and all.

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