These plays are not currently running but are a part of our line-up. If you are interested in learning more or getting the rights to perform a show, please contact us at genesianministries@gmail.com.

  Three people find themselves in a line. How they got there, they do not know. This thirty minute play is a unique look at issues regarding abortion, euthanasia, and life issues in general. Ideal as a catalyst for difficult conversations on hot button issues,  The Waiting Line , is a humorous, intense, gripping drama. Ages 14 and up suggested (due to mature content).

Three people find themselves in a line. How they got there, they do not know. This thirty minute play is a unique look at issues regarding abortion, euthanasia, and life issues in general. Ideal as a catalyst for difficult conversations on hot button issues, The Waiting Line, is a humorous, intense, gripping drama. Ages 14 and up suggested (due to mature content).

 
   Prodigal  is a three-act drama that dives into one of the most famous parables of all time. The story follows our three main characters from  The Prodigal Son,  giving them a backstory, a dramatized retelling of the main story, and a stunning final act that shows the aftermath of the son’s reunion with his father and older brother. Themes of mercy, son-ship, forgiveness, shame, and despair fill this performance. Ideal as an accompaniment to an intense retreat, night of healing, or as a means of reversion. Ages 12 and up suggested (due to intense situations of peril and despair).

Prodigal is a three-act drama that dives into one of the most famous parables of all time. The story follows our three main characters from The Prodigal Son, giving them a backstory, a dramatized retelling of the main story, and a stunning final act that shows the aftermath of the son’s reunion with his father and older brother. Themes of mercy, son-ship, forgiveness, shame, and despair fill this performance. Ideal as an accompaniment to an intense retreat, night of healing, or as a means of reversion. Ages 12 and up suggested (due to intense situations of peril and despair).

 
   The Jeweler’s Shop,  written by Pope St. John Paul II (then Archbishop Karol Wojtyla) is “a meditation on the sacrament of Matrimony passing on occasion into a drama.” This play features JPII’s famous “theater of the word,” a style of acting where actors move very little and speak in long, poetic statements. This play is filled with rich musings on marriage and true love as only our beloved former pope could write. Ideal for engaged and married couple searching for the deeper truths of marriage. Great for marriage retreats, Theology of the Body, and for young adults. Ages 14 and up suggested (content is difficult to grasp).

The Jeweler’s Shop, written by Pope St. John Paul II (then Archbishop Karol Wojtyla) is “a meditation on the sacrament of Matrimony passing on occasion into a drama.” This play features JPII’s famous “theater of the word,” a style of acting where actors move very little and speak in long, poetic statements. This play is filled with rich musings on marriage and true love as only our beloved former pope could write. Ideal for engaged and married couple searching for the deeper truths of marriage. Great for marriage retreats, Theology of the Body, and for young adults. Ages 14 and up suggested (content is difficult to grasp).