This is an exciting Christian Drama with music. It is about a mugging with a strange twist.
(Sample Portion of Script)
Props: A wall with a window, wallet, play money,
bench in alley, police badge, shirt, hat,
pocket knife, notebook, pen, and donut.
Characters: Old Man
*(Sound person plays Intro Music and action takes place for a minute, without dialog.) (An old man slowly walks across the stage, and three
youths run onto the stage and beat up the old man. One youth pushes the old man to the floor and a gang member kicks the old man. Then Jason steals the man's wallet. and goes
through his pockets. The three youths run across the stage and enter the house.)
Did you see the look on that old man's face when we grabbed him?
Did I ever, man! The dude looked scared. Did you hear his head hit the cement when we knocked him to the ground? I thought his head was going to split like a watermelon.
Yeah, man! We make a great team. (Jason and Rob jump up and hit their hands together-high five slap)
Ah...it's not hard to beat up an old man. It is like taking milk from a kitten. The old man never knew what hit him.
How much money did the dude have in his wallet?
I will look right now. (Jason opens wallet and pulls out the cash and counts the money) Twenty dollars. That lousy old geezer only had twenty dollars on him. (Jason throws the wallet down in disgust)
He only had twenty dollars! We bruised our knuckles for a lousy twenty dollars. We should have snuffed the old guy!
He was not worth the effort. I told you not to bother him. Senior citizens live on social security and they don't have much money. My grandfather gets a check and by the time he pays rent and buys groceries and medicine, there is not much left.
(Jason divides the cash and hands it to Rob and Taylor) Here is your share of the take.
(Rob counts his money) Hey! I only got six dollars. Where are the other two bucks? That's not fair.
Life's not fair. Get used to it. I'm the man around here. The extra two bucks stays in my pocket. You got any problem with that Rob? (Jason gives Rob a shove)
I guess not.
You got any problem with my keeping the extra cash, Taylor?
Nope. (Shoves his money into his pocket) What ever you say. It is okay with me.
That is one of the things I like about you, Taylor. You never give me any trouble.
(Rob turns to talk to Taylor) You got anything to drink in this dump?
There might be some cola in the refrigerator.
What are you waiting for dude? We are thirsty. We worked up a sweat beating up that old man.
Help me! Please...somebody help me!
What was that?
(Rob goes to look out the window) It's the old dude. He's yelling something. (Jason and Taylor look out the window)
Oh, Jesus! Please help me. My leg hurts and I can't get up. Please, Jesus, send someone to help me. My wife, Peg, will worry if I don't get home soon.