Holidays / Hanukkah / Hanukkah Skits

The Oily Miracle Of Hanukkah

-A JewBelong Original

In this updated telling of the Hanukkah story, things get a little out of hand for two Maccabees, their wives, and an unexpected guest!

First line: Director’s Note: You can either read this skit free-form by going around the table and having everyone take turns, or you can assign parts, or you can just have two people take turns reading… whatever makes your Hanukkah kick-ass! Last line: ALL IN UNISON: Everyone’s invited! Happy Hanukkah!…

Judith And The Salty Cheese

-A JewBelong Original

JewBelong’s version of why we eat salty cheese during Hanukkah will shed new light on this not-very-well-known tradition. Warning: You may never look at a pair of Manolo’s the same way again!

First line: Director’s Note: You can either read this skit free-form by going around the table and having everyone take turns, or you can assign parts, or you can just have two people take turns reading … whatever makes your Hanukkah kick-ass! Last line: EVERYONE: HAPPY HANUKKAH!…

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