LDS Old Testament Plays

LDS Old Testament Plays
-47 plays, 5 to 20 minutes in length.
-Reflects information from the Joseph Smith Translations, Pearl of Great Price, and Book of Mormon.
-Coptic (Ancient Egyptian), Farsi (aka Persian), and other languages are spelled phonetically when used.
-In keeping with church handbook recommendations for plays.
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Title List
1. Adam and Eve (Garden of Eden)
2. Cain and Abel
3. Enoch
4. Noah
5. Tower of Babel (Contains German, Spanish, and French)
6. Abraham’s Sacrifice (Abraham Almost Sacrificed)
7. Sodom and Gomorrah
8. Isaac’s Sacrifice (Isaac Almost Sacrificed)
9. Rebekah (Isaac's Wife is Chosen)
10. Jacob and Esau (Jacob Gets the Birthright)
11. Leah and Rachel (Jacob Gets Married)
12. Dinah
13. Joseph and Potipher
14. Joseph Saves Egypt
15. Joseph’s Reunion (Joseph Reunited With His Family-Contains Coptic)
16. Baby Moses
17. Moses Receives His Calling (Moses Called to Free Israel)
18. Israel Leaves
19. Jethro (Jethro Gives Advice to Moses)
20. Aaron (Aaron and the Golden Calf)
21. Joshua (Defeating Jericho)
22. Deborah and Jael
23. Samson’s Parents (Learning Their Son Would be Special)
24. Samson and Delilah
25. Ruth (Ruth Stays With Her Mother-in-Law)
26. Hannah
27. Samuel (Samuel in the Temple)
28. Saul (Saul is Chosen as King)
29. David is Chosen (Saul Loses His Right to Rule, and David is Annointed)
30. David and Goliath
31. Jonathan
32. Michal (Michal Saves David's Life)
33. Abigail
34. Solomon’s Judgment (Solomon's Most Famous Case)
35. Elijah and the Famine
36. Elijah and Baal
37. Elisha and the Shunemite (Contains Farsi)
38. Elisha and Naaman
39. Esther Becomes Queen
40. Esther Saves Israel
41. Job
42. Jeremiah (Jeremiah Warns Israel, and Lehi Leaves)
43. Daniel and the Word of Wisdom
44. Nebuchadnezzar has a dream
45. Shadrach, Meshack, and Abed-nego (Surviving the Furnace)
46. Daniel and the Lion’s Den
47. Jonah

The Inspiration for Old Testament Plays
When I was working with the 10-11 year olds in Primary, my group was patricularly theatrical.  I took advantage of that fact, and had them re-enact the scripture stories that tied into our day's lesson. I then decided to expand the list and make it available for others to use...just in case their classes wanted to be as involved as mine.