Adam and Eve Reader’s Script



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Adam and Eve Reader’s Script

Written by Neil MacQueen. Permission granted for local congregational use. This is meant to be a humorous reading in character voices. To get a GREAT understanding of how to read this, listen to the Adam & Eve Narration in Sunday Software’s Awesome Bible Stories CD, www.sundaysoftware.com/awesome

Copyright 2004. All rights reserved. May only be used for non-commercial purposes and provided the source is cited as “From Awesome Bible Stories CD, www.sundaysoftware.com”

Contact neil@sundaysoftware.com for more information.

Eve = a man playing Eve with a screeching Miss Piggy style voice.

Adam = a woman playing a dumb man.

God = a deep voice speaking calmly and closely into the microphone.


Narrator = a Yiddish man.


NARR: According to Genesis, God made a beautiful garden, with fruits trees and a river

running through it full of trout. In that garden he also placed the Tree of Life, and

the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil.
Then God made a man from the dirt, breathed life into him and put him in that

garden, saying, it’s all you can eat Adam, except from that tree over there.



Do not eat from the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil. Leave it alone.
Adam: Okey dokey God. No problem. You can count on me.
God: Yeah, right.
NARR: Seeing that Adam was lonely, God made him go to sleep. He took a rib from the

Adam’s side and made a woman named Eve from it to be Adam’s companion.

They were naked --but not embarrassed because they didn’t know anything

naughty yet.


Eve: Hello, my name is Eve, what’s your name?
Adam: Whoa huh hoa! (wolf whistle) Uh, actually, I’m not quite sure.
NARR: Some time later, a serpent approached Eve and said,
Serpent: You know the Knowledge of Evil tree? It is ok to eat from it.
NARR: To which Eve replied,
Eve: I don’t think so!
Serpent: O sure, eat from it and you’ll understand good and evil and become just

like God.


Eve: Well, ok, if you say so. ADAM! (full scream) Where are you?

Come here. I have some tasty new fruit.

NARR: And as they both ate the forbidden fruit, they suddenly became aware that they

were naked, (Adam and Eve: “yikes)

So they dove in the bushes to cover themselves with fig leaves.
Eve: Ouch
Adam: That’s scratchy

Eve: Stop looking at me that way.

Adam: What way?

Eve: You know what way, Mr.


NARR: A little while later, God came walking through the garden in the cool

evening breeze.


God: Adam, Eve, where are you? ....Adam! Eve?
NARR: Of course, God, being all-knowing, knew EXACTLY where they were, AND

what they had done!


Adam: We’re here God. But we were afraid to show our faces.
God: Afraid? Afraid of what?

You didn’t eat from the tree of good and evil did you?


Adam: Uh, yeah, but it was Eve, ...SHE gave it to me!


Eve: Uh, it was the serpent, HE tricked me! waaahhh hoo hoo


NARR: But God was not so easily fooled. First God got mad at the serpent.

God: ...and furthermore you shall crawl on your belly forever more.


NARR: And then God got mad at Adam and Eve,
God: and as for you two, it’s thorns, thistles, and labor pains for you from here

on out.
NARR: And God threw them out of the Garden of Eden to live difficult lives.


Adam: Taxes? What is this about taxes?
Eve: You say a baby is going to come out of where?
NARR: And he placed an angel with a flaming sword at the garden entrance to keep them

from coming back. Hoo boy, that must have been some sight!


Now, you might think that was a rather harsh thing for God to do, --getting mad

and throwing them out. But just before he did it, God made some fur clothes for

them.

And about a thousand pages later, Jesus came and died on a cross as a sign of

God’s forgiveness to the descendants of Adam and Eve. And he promised them a

new Garden called the Kingdom of God. BUT, that’s another story....

end
Copyright 2004. All rights reserved. May only be used for non-commercial purposes and provided the source is cited as “From Awesome Bible Stories CD, www.sundaysoftware.com”


Contact neil@sundaysoftware.com for more information.




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