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The Prodigal Son

Drama Script


(reviewed and moved here during our 2013 renovation)



1. Students will sit in a circle and discuss what they remember about 
the story of the Prodigal Son. 
2. Ask what a parable is. 
3. Read Luke 15: 11-32
4. For quick discussion: What does this story tell us? Was this parable believable? Could this story happen today? 

For Younger Children
Tell them that we are going to act out the story of the Prodigal son. 
Discuss the different roles available. If puppets are available, they can be used. Present role-playing. Close with prayer. 

For Older Children: 
After the Bible story of the prodigal son has been read, discuss if it is believable and can this be relevant to today.
Discuss being rejected. Think of a time if that ever happened to you and what your feelings were at the time. Have you ever rejected someone? How did you feel about what you had done? Think of a time when a person showed you love and concern, a person that made you feel as if you mattered. How can we be more caring? 

Have the students dramatize the story using the attached script.

Have the children pair up. They are going to act as the conscience of the younger son, the father, and the older son. Remember those commercials when the devil is on one shoulder and an angel sits on the other? Use the worksheet included to direct their skits. After they have come up with a skit expressing the consequences of each decision that their character had to make have the pairs present them to the class. 

Younger brother: 

If I stay home__________________________________________________

If I leave home_________________________________________________

If I ask my father for my share of the inheritance______________ 

If he beats me _________________________________________________


If I don’t give him the money ____________________________________

If I give him the money __________________________________________

If he comes back _______________________________________________

If he doesn’t come back _________________________________________


If I stay and work on the farm_____________________________________

If my little brother comes back home _______________________________

If I join in the celebration_________________________________________

If my father really loved me_______________________________________

By Carolyn Rudenske 

Jesus Father
Older son Younger son 
Employer Servants 
Tax Collectors/Outcasts



PHARISEES: This man welcomes sinners and eats with them. 

JESUS: There was a father who had two sons who made him proud.

(Father and two sons step forward. Father is in center and the boys on each side. The father puts his arms around each son’s shoulders and smiles.) 

YOUNGER SON: Listen Dad, I have had my fill and want my share of my
inheritance. I am tired of all this work

FATHER: Son, If that is what you want, then that is what I will do. 
I’ll divide the money. Here is your share. 

JESUS: The younger son got together all of his money and all that he 
had and set out for the big city to have fun. He soon 
squandered all his money.

(Younger son pays out money to others along the way for fun)

JESUS: After he had squandered all his money, there was a famine and 
he began to be in need. He hired himself out to a citizen of 
the city who sent him out to feed pigs. 

YOUNGER SON: I have to find food, sir. I am unemployed. 

FARMER: Great! You can feed my pigs.

(Cast members can all put on pig noses or have cut out pigs.)

JESUS: He fed the pigs but he was not a happy man.

YOUNGER SON: I am still hungry. My stomach is empty. I am starving. 

JESUS: No one would five him any food or drink. He sat down to 
decide what to do.

YOUNGER SON: These pigs are eating better than I am.

JESUS: Soon he comes to his senses.

YOUNGER SON: My father’s hired men have food to spare. I will go 
home and tell Dad I have sinned against heaven and him; 
I am not worthy to be called his son. I will beg him to 
hire me to be one of his workers. 

(Son departs to go back home and his father. He soon sees his home and his father. His father funs out to meet him. )

(The father turns to the servants.)

FATHER: Quick, bring the best robe and put it on him. Put a ring on 
his finger and new sandals on his feet. Bring a fatted calf 
and kill it. We will have a feast and celebrate, for my son 
was lost and now is found. He was dead and is alive again!

(Cast pantomimes having a party.)

JESUS: Meanwhile, The older son who was working in the field hears 
all the music and dancing. He calls to a servant.

OLDER SON: What is all this music I hear?

SERVANT: Your brother was lost and is now found and your father is 
having a celebration.

JESUS: The older son becomes angry and refuses to go into the party.
His father pleads with him.

FATHER: Please, come in. 

OLDER SON: Why should I? All these years I have worked hard for you 
and never disobeyed your orders. Yet, you never gave a 
party for me. Never let me have friends over and kill 
even a goat. But my brother went off and wasted all his 
inheritance on wicked things and you have a celebration 
for him!

FATHER: Please, listen carefully. You have been here with me always 
and everything I have is yours, but we have to celebrate 
because we thought your brother was dead and now he is alive 

JESUS: When you have sinned and misbehaved, when you have not lived
the way God wants you to live, confess your sins and I will 
bless you. God sent me from heaven to come and forgive your 
sins. So please repent and partake of God’s love.

(Jesus ends speech with arms open wide in an invitation.)

Originally posted by Desoto Presbyterian Church, Dallas


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The Prodigal Son

A Drama Script


During our 2013 renovation, our reviewers really liked this lesson.  They suggested it be videotaped.  If it's too long for your classtime, or too involved for younger children, break it down, assigning roles to different groups, rather than trying to do it all as one large group. Consider cue-cards. For non-readers, have them act it out as it is read by readers.


Additionally, member Angie Rich left this message:

We did the Prodigal Son last month and used the drama in this lesson. Our kids (and adults) had a great time! We shortened it up a bit to fit in our time and made a few changes. We had a Video/Toy store instead of a clothing store and use XBox games instead of clothes. We thought the kids would relate to video games more. We are going to use this drama for our end of the year skit to perform in worship service. Thanks for sharing this lesson and God bless.


A Parable Drama About Wasted Opportunity


Lesson Questions:  


What did the Younger Son "waste" of his father's?  Of his family's?

In addition to the inheritance, how did the younger son waste his reputation and the family's?

What did the Older Brother waste? opportunity to show forgiveness, to reconcile, to be an example to others.  What did the father risk in this story?  


You can present the following drama in many ways.

If you have a larger group, you can split it up into scenes and have different students portray the Prodigal in different scenes.


You might also add GOD to the drama...standing there talking to an angel about what they are seeing.  You can highlight them by having them turn on a bright light at their feet. 

Prodigal Son: Drama Lesson

Props–biblical clothes, table with dishes & food, coins, material for clothing store, a ring

Narrator: Jesus once told a story about a man who lived on a beautiful farm with his two sons. The father loved both boys very much. He promised his sons that everything he owned was theirs to share. The younger son was not happy on the farm.


Cast: Younger Son, Narrator, Father

Younger Son: I hate living here in the middle of nowhere. Everyday I dream of an exciting life far away. I want to be with lots of other people doing lots of exciting things. I must talk to my father about this.

Narrator: One day, the younger son decided to have that talk with his father.

Younger Son (to his father): You once told me that half of everything you have is mine. I want my half now so I can leave home and have fun. I want to start living and enjoying my life!

Father (answers sadly): I don’t want you to leave, Son. But, I know that I can not make you want to stay, so I will give you your share of the money.

Younger Son: Thank you Father. I will start packing right away.

Narrator: And soon after, the son packed all his things and left home. He went to a country far away. At first, the son was very happy. He had fun every day.


Cast: Younger Son, Friend 1, Friend 2, Narrator

Younger Son (enjoying a meal with friends): What a great life I have! Would you like some more fruit?

Friend 1: Yes, some more fruit and more wine would be nice.

Younger Son (yelling happily): Yes! More fruit! More wine! More bread! Let us enjoy ourselves!

Friend 2: And perhaps we should have more lamb?

Younger Son: Yes, yes, just bring more of everything. Money is no object. There is plenty of that. Eat up! Enjoy!

Narrator: Not only did he treat his friends to many meals, he also made many purchases.


Cast: Younger Son, Shopkeeper, Friend 1, Friend 2, Narrator

Younger Son (entering a store with Friends 1 & 2): Hello, I would like clothes made of your finest material. Cost is no object.

Shopkeeper: I can see you are a gentleman who appreciates quality. You have come to the right place. Please have a seat while I show you our finest cloth.

(Younger Son, Friend 1 & 2 are seated.)

Friend 1 (looking and touching the material): This is fine material. I love the color. Yes, this would look great on me. I look wonderful in this color.

Younger Son: Then you will have a cloak for you too. I’ll take one for me and one for each of my friends.

Shopkeeper: Very good, sir. You not only have fine taste, you are also very generous.

Friend 2: When we leave here, let’s go celebrate. I’m getting hungry.

Younger Son: Yes, and it’s my treat!

Narrator: The younger son thought he was rich, so he was not careful with his money and spent it in foolish ways. Eventually, things changed.


Cast: Younger Son, Friend 1

Younger Son (upset): I can’t believe it. I am broke. All of my father’s money. So much money and gone so quickly. At least I have good friends to help me. (Sees his friend on the street) Hello, Friend! How are you this fine day?

Friend 1 (rubbing his belly): Hungry! What I would really enjoy is one of the fine meals that you are famous for providing.

Younger Son: I am afraid that I am financially embarrassed. I have run a little short of funds. I would be happy to join you though if you don’t mind treating this time.

Friend 1: I just remembered that I have somewhere to be. We’ll get together soon though.

Younger Son: I hate to ask, but could I borrow a little money? I’m sure I’ll be able to repay you soon.

Friend 1: I never carry any money on me. It’s far too dangerous.
Take care. I have to run now.


Cast: Younger Son, Friend 2, Stranger, Waiter, Narrator

Younger Son (talking to himself): Maybe my other friend is dining here today. Surely he will help me (He enters the restaurant.).

Friend 2 (speaking to the Second Son and seated at the table with a stranger): Hello, my friend, please join us.

Younger Son (very happy to see him): I am so relieved to find you.

Friend 2 (interrupting & speaking to the stranger): This is the friend I told you about. He is a very wealthy man and a very generous man. In fact, I am sure he will pay for our meal tonight.

Younger Son: I am afraid that is why I am here. I have run low on funds and I was wondering if I could borrow a little until things improve for me. I am embarrassed to ask but I thought since we were such good friends that you wouldn’t mind helping me out.

Friend 2 (looking disgusted): That’s exactly what I’ll do–help you out. (Looking at waiter) Please escort this man out. He has no reason to be here.

Younger Son: But I have no money now because I bought you many meals and many gifts of clothes and jewelry! I thought we were friends.

Friend 2: I am not friends with people who can’t afford to buy a meal. Get out in the streets and beg for money. I will not give anything to trash like you!

Narrator: Not only was the second son without money and friends, a famine spread through the country. Food was hard to find. People were starving. The son had nothing to eat. Poor and hungry, the boy thought to himself, “I must find a job.” So off he went in search of work.


Cast: Younger Son, Clothing Store Owner

Younger Son (enters the store & is greeted by the Shopkeeper): Hello, do you remember me?

Shopkeeper (smiling & happy to see him): My best customer! Of course I remember you! Do you see my fine new house across the street? I think you paid for it. I have enjoyed making garments for you and your friends very much. How can I help you? Ask anything and it is yours.

Younger Son (looking sad): Actually, I am embarrassed to come to you.

Shopkeeper: You! Embarrassed? It is ridiculous. I won’t hear of it. A gentlemen with your taste and your money should never feel embarrassed.

Younger Son: But you see that is the problem. I have spent all of my money.

Shopkeeper: I still don’t see the problem.

Younger Son: So you will help me?

Shopkeeper: Me? You don’t need my help! Your father will surely help you. Just go to your father and ask him for more money.

Younger Son: My father has given me all of my inheritance. I beg you sir, please help me. If you would only buy back some of the clothes I have purchased from you. I’m certain you can sell them. They are of the finest cloth, as you know.

Shopkeeper: People are not willing to spend that kind of money every day, and there is a famine. People have nothing to eat–do you think they will buy clothes from the finest cloth. You are crazy. Get out of my shop you crazy man!

Younger Son: But perhaps I can work for you. I am willing to do anything you ask in exchange for food to eat.

Shopkeeper: Out of my shop you crazy bum! Get out!


Cast: Narrator, Younger Son

Narrator: The only job the son could find was feeding pigs for a farmer. For a Jewish boy in biblical times to work with pigs was the lowest job in the world. Nobody wanted to work with pigs because they were unclean animals that were not to be eaten. As he fed the pigs pods to eat, he wished he had something to eat for himself. But no one gave him any food.

Younger Son (talking to himself as he fed the pigs): I am so hungry–even the pigs’ food looks good to me. If only I were home. It was such a fine farm. It is the most beautiful place on earth. Everyone eats well, including the servants. I miss my father and my brother and my beautiful home. I was a fool to ever leave. But I can never return. I am afraid to go back. What if my father didn’t love me anymore? But what if he will allow me to come back as a servant? I will return home and tell my father that I know I was wrong. I will tell him how sorry I am. If he will forgive me, maybe he will allow me to be a servant in his house.


Cast: Narrator, Younger Son, Father, Older Son

Narrator: He began the long trip home. It was a very long journey. After many days of traveling with very little to eat, he could see his father’s house in the distance. Everyday the father stood at his front door watching for his youngest son, hoping he would return someday. When he saw his son walking down the road toward him, he couldn’t believe it! He ran to his son and held him in his arms to welcome him home.

Younger Son: Father, I am sorry. I have been such a fool. I am so sorry for making you sad and wasting all the money that you worked so hard to earn. I have been such a stupid fool. I can not even ask for your forgiveness. I do not deserve your forgiveness. I am not worthy enough to be called your son. I am so sorry, Father. I do not deserve your help at all, but if you could find it in your heart to allow me, I would like to be one of your servants. I promise to work very hard.

Father (smiling & hugging his son): I am so happy to have you home again. I have prayed for your return.

Father (to his servants): Come quickly and dress my son with my finest robe. Place a ring on his finger and sandals on his feet. Then prepare a great feast with the fatted calf. We will celebrate all night long!

Narrator: As the older son returned from working in the fields, he heard the music so he approached a servant.

Older Son: Why is there music playing? What is happening?

Servant: Your brother has returned home! I have never seen your father so happy. He is throwing a party to celebrate! We have killed the fatted calf and are preparing a great feast. You must come and join the celebration!

Older Son: I am ashamed of my brother and I am ashamed of my father for welcoming him back. He should not have a home to return to. Yet he is treated like a king!

Narrator: The food was served and the father noticed that the older son was not present. The father searched for the older son and found him outside with his head in his hands.

Older Son: How could you, Father?

Father: How could I?

Older Son (angrily): How could you have a party for the son who left you? And how could you kill the fatted calf in celebration after my brother spent all the money you gave to him? All these years I have worked for you, and yet, you have never given me a party. He has disgraced our family and you welcome him as though he has done nothing!

Father (speaking softly to his son): My dear son, everything I have is yours. You are with me always. Your brother has made mistakes, but he is sorry and he wants to come home. Although he made mistakes, I never stopped loving him. He asks for our forgiveness. He has come back to us. How can we not celebrate in happiness? We thought he was dead, but he is alive.

Narrator: The younger son came outside and joined his father and brother.

Younger Son: Thank you for forgiving me. I love you both and I will
work hard never to disappoint you again.

Father: I am happy man to have both my sons home again.



1. Although this parable is called The Prodigal Son, you could say that the POINT of the story is about the father's forgiveness. What does the father do about his son’s mistakes? (He loves and forgives his son.)

2. This parable is one of the most famous stories told by Jesus. It is commonly known as The Prodigal Son although the word prodigal is not mentioned in the biblical story. If you were to give this parable a new name,  what would it be?   :::if you focus on the father;  ::::if you focus on the younger son;  :::::if you focus on the older son.

3. In biblical times, if a son denounced his heritage (walks away from his family), as the younger son does in this story, the father would have considered him dead and would never have contact with him again. Jesus was well aware of this normal response, but he challenged the social norm by having the father eagerly await the son’s return, ready to forgive. Most people of the time would have found this reaction of the father disgraceful. What lesson do you think Jesus was trying to teach us?
(that God doesn't care about outward appearances, but inward change, and being true to his love for us).

4. Are you always loving and kind to other people? Even to people who are not loving and kind to you?

5. Are you always willing to forgive others when they do something to hurt you?

6. When you make bad choices, do your parents still love you?
Do you think God still loves us even when we’ve done things that are wrong? This type of love is sometimes called “grace.”

6. What should we do if we would like someone to forgive us for something we have done? (be sincere, admit the mistake, ask for forgiveness)

7. What should we do when we would like God to forgive us for something we have done?


Written by Kathryn Vetarbo of Jefferson Avenue Presbyterian Church,

Detroit, MI


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The Prodigal Son

Drama Newscast Outline


Summary of Lesson Activities:

Student fill out a "mad-lib" script and set up a newscast about the Prodigal Son.


Scripture Reference:

Luke 15.



Leader Preparation:

  • Read the story ahead of time.
  • Gather the materials.

Supplies List:

  • Mad Lib script




Opening - Welcome and Lesson Introduction:

Ask the students to tell you the story of the Prodigal Son. As they do, write it out on the board. See what's missing and help them fill it in. Ask them summarize in a sentence what Jesus wants to teach us by this story. (These written comments will help their interviewing activity. Write big). NOW....together read aloud the story in Luke 15 and fill in on the board what they forgot.


Dig - Main Content and Reflection:

2. Hand out the Starter Script worksheet (see below).
Work with students to fill in the script with appropriate comments and "mad lib" words and phrases. Depending on class size, certain roles may have to be shared. Much older students should be brought in to help younger ones. Much older students can "morph" the story into a story about God, the church (older brother) and those in need of acceptance (could be a variety of people youth choose).

Discuss with each character what they might say. Ask other students to comment on what someone might say. 


An Older Kids/Pre-teen version of this script ADDED an additional character: GOD, ...who had a microphone. At several points of dialog. the teacher says or signals "stop" and God offers God's "opinion" on what's happening, what the characters should be saying. This role should be played by a savvy student.


Following the completion of the script, due a "dry-run" of the TV show. Then videotape it, play back, and enjoy.

Prodigal Son Script

Characters Needed:

Older Son 
Younger Son 
Interviewer 1 
Interviewer 2
Interviewer 3 
News Anchor (could be split between two students) 
Younger Sister 


News Anchor: 
We interupt today's special 6 hour presentation of ______________________(boring bad documentary movie), to bring you this special news bulletin. 
We have just heard rumors that _____________'s (man's name #1) youngest son ____________ (caveman name) is on his way back from living a wild and dissolute life in ______________ (name of mall) where he was _____________ (something really gross and weird). Word on the street is that the younger son has wanted to come back home and live with his family ever since he woke up and realized ____________ (what made the younger son realize he had been bad). 
For more on this breaking story, we go live to our ace reporter in the field, ________________(name of a vegetable, and name of a movie monster). 

Interviewer 1: 
Thank you __________(name of a famous newscaster). I'm standing here in ______________ (name of a really bad place) with the youngest son of _____________(man's name #1) ___________(caveman's name). Tell us ____________(caveman's name), what has life been like out here and why do you want to go back home? 

Younger Son: --Younger son has to come up with his own answer.-- 

Interviewer 1:
Well that's an amazing story. Tell our viewing audience, do you think you will be accepted when you get back home? --Younger son answers-- Well, we've heard that you spent your entire inheritance in wild living. How to you think that's going to go over with your father? --Younger son answers-- 
Who do you think will give you the most trouble upon your return home? ---younger son answers---- 

Well we happen to have your brother live from your father's home in ________________ (name of a happy place to live). Let's go back to the studio for that report. 

News Anchor:
Thank you ___________ (vegetable,monster). It's an amazing story that's unfolding. Will the younger brother be accepted when he returns back home. Will the father kick him out or not let him in at all? For more on what the younger son can expect we go live to our other ace reporter ________________ (name of tool, name of insect). 

Interviewer 2:
I'm standing here in ______________(name of father's happy place to live) with both the father and older brother of the Prodigal Son who as you have heard, is coming home soon after years of wild living and spending his father's inheritance.Dad, tell our audience, will you welcome your youngest boy back home when he arrives? 

Dad: ---Dad has to come up with his own response.-- 

Interviewer 2: Well, how will you welcome him if he comes home and hasn't changed his ways, will you still love him and let him stay at home? 

Dad: ---Dad has to come up with his own response.-- 

Interviewer 2: Standing next to me is the older brother __________ (name of animal, name of state). What's your take on all this, I mean, aren't you the least bit put-out about this younger brother of yours coming home? Aren't you worried he'll break your father's heart again and take even more money and waste it? 

Older Brother: --Older Brother has to come up with his own response.--- 

Interviewer 2: Dad, how will you be able to bring these two sons together again into one big happy family. What will you do? 

Dad: ---Dad comes up with response--- 

Interviewer 2:
Well that's it here in _____________ (the happy place to live), back to you in the news room. 

News Anchor:
What a touching story, full of emotion and drama. What's that? We're now getting in reports that the younger son has come home and the father has run out to greet him. We go quickly back to _________________(the happy place to live) for this breaking story. 

Interviewer 3:
Interviewer 3 now has to NARRATE the scene taking place in SLOW MOTION of the younger son coming home and being greeted by his father and a party getting under way (continuing in slow motion). Then we see the older brother coming up to the party and arguing with the father then running off (slow motion). 

Interviewer 3 then says:
"So as you can see, part of the family has accepted the son's return, but the older son still won't. How it will turn out, nobody knows. Back to you in the studio. 

News Anchor:
It's a heartbreaking and heartwarming story all at the same time. How will the story end? We simply don't know. We now return you to your regularly schedule special presentation of ______________________ (name of Sunday School teacher) and the Wild world of ___________________ (name of favorite food). 


At this point in the WHPC-TV production, the kids stop to talk about HOW they could END THE STORY. Then they come up with an ending and videotape it. 



End with a prayer.


ie..."what we actually did, and how we'd change it next time:

We ran out of time in our 40 minute class. Needed to reduce the SCRIPT. Grades 3-5 had a good time but since this was our first Rotation of the school year some of our third graders struggled to read the script and Bible. Pick your readers carefully with such a long story!

I did something different for the youth -- "The Luke Springer Show" --a take-off of Jerry Springer (afterall...the father and his two sons were a dysfunctional family too!). After reading through the scripture and talking about them for a bit, we assigned parts, created a talk show set --complete with audience, and had a ball. I made sure to pick one of the better "talkers" to be Luke Springer. Every body had a slip of paper with some suggestions about how they might act. Each wrote something they wanted to be sure to say. Even the audience members got into the act taking up sides in the controversy. We closed with a "special surprise guest" in our audience --Jesus himself-- who brought the whole thing to a close. We had a lot of fun whoopping it up like they do on Jerry Springer and all the kids knew exactly how the show was going to go. 
I learned that our youth can jump right in to formats and equipment like WHPC-TV....and in fact, it's easier to do the class with them than with younger kids. 

For the younger kids class teens come back and help us provide content and structure. 

Suggestion for Really Young Class: They won't be able to handle the script. Break up the story into small sections and dramatize each before a videocamera. Let different children take on the roles with each new section. They enjoy seeing themselves on videotape. Recruit some teens to help. 

Set-up Notes:
We have a videocamera on tripod, and a WHPC-TV branded cloth over a table to make the "anchor desk." We also have two microphones which hooked up to small guitar amplifier and had the video camera's microphone pick up the sound from the amp. Use a background drop cloth to create the "interview areas." PAUSE the camera then re-position it between the exchanges of the newscaster and interviewers. Kids below 3rd grade may not understand how to operate the camera. The teacher is the director. Creating a video broadcast can take up to 20 minutes. Leave time to talk and view the video! 


A lesson by Neil MacQueen.


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