Nothing makes an assembly period, overnight campfire, or family night more fun than camp skits. They are a great way to include a dramatic piece to your camp program. They also provide an opportunity for both campers and counselors to have some great fun.

Most of the skits listed here require minimal preparation, and can be easily adapted to accommodate groups of all sizes.
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Candy Shop - The shop owner says to the audience "I'm going to be opening a candy...
Candy Shop (short version) - You ask 2 or 3 volunteers (such as adults during family night) to come...
Caterpillar Skit - 3 students to "be walked over" 1 Ringleader 3-10 students to line up...
Cecilia - To set the skit, line four or five pairs of campers in a row. On person...
Chicken Farmer - The skit starts out, with 3 or 4 campers in a line and another camper...
Click, Click, BANG! - This is a game that you don't want to play too often. The secret is at...
Closing Time - One person asks a volunteer from the crowd. An adult is best. Ask them...
Clothing Shop - 2 campers (a shopkeeper and assistant) enter from one side and another...
Comb Your Hair! - Set up a cup of water on one side of the stage. Have actors enter from...
Come See The Monster! - An announcer is standing by a person sitting in a chair covered by a...
Contagious Disease Ward - The scene takes place in the waiting room of a doctor of contagious and...
Cool and Creamy - This is a skit for the counselors, itís always a hit. It starts out...
Counting Walk-on Skit - Alright, so this sounds really lame, but it grows on you when you see...
Court Case - First person walks in with a suitcase. Second person is already on stage...
Court Scene - Guy brought in - "I'm Innocent! I was just picking up pebbles on the...
Crying Skit - The first person of the team comes on stage crying. The next person...
Dancing Zebras - Camper 1- "Ladies and gentlemen! A bit of hush, come on now! Thank you!...
Did You See That? - Two or more people take part. The scene of the action can take place in...
Dirty Dishes - The counselor walks on the stage with a big pot, sets it down on a table...
Do That Moo That You Do So Well - 3-4 campers are on stage and they call up an unknowing volunteer from...
Do You Have It? - The object is to have a very dramatic person who keeps on saying "Do you...
Doctor Doctor - Characters (in order of appearance): Director, Mother, Daughter, Doctor,...
Doctor's Office Skit - This skit takes place in a waiting room. A man walks in and complains...
Dog Incident - Camper 1: "Can you hold my box while I go in here"(place does not exist...
Drinking Cola - First guy brings in a stool, puts it down, and then leaves. Next guy...
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Here are a few tips for successful performances:
  1. Rehearse, Rehearse, Rehearse
  2. Keep the show moving! Have the next performers ready and waiting.
  3. When possible, involve audience participants (favorite counselors or parents).
  4. Use an older camper or two in skits involving younger campers, especially when there are a lot lines.
  5. Many of the skits can be reworked so that they can be led by a narrator, who reads the lines while the actors perform

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