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Summary: A play in two acts. Ten lepers - outcasts - meet at a layby well away from any village. Some have heard of the miraculous deeds of Jesus of Nazareth and wonder whether he can heal them -- others are sceptical. The miracles of Jesus are confirmed by women relatives of some of the men who have brought them food and drink. At the request of the men, Jesus visits and heals them, but only one - a Samaritan foreigner - returns to give thanks to Jesus.

Style: Dramatic, with some light moments.   Duration: 1hour 40min
Scripture: Luke 17: 11-19
Actors: 11M, 4F

The full script of this play may be downloaded by clicking on the link below.

 © Carol Hurn. All rights reserved.

This script may be used free of charge, on the condition that copies are not sold for profit in any medium, nor any entrance fee charged to a performance. In exchange, the author would appreciate being notified of any occasion the play is used in public performance. She may be contacted at: 9, St Andrew's Close, Leigh, Nr Sherborne, Dorset. UK.  Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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