These humorous skits for seniors are perfect for the many activities that seniors are sometimes involved in. Use them at your clubhouse events in your retirement community, at a retirement party, at the senior center in your town. Seniors today are vibrant and active members of society and we hope to bring you skits that show this vibrancy in action!
Please be sure to check out our Radio Dramas page for lots of great senior skits. The George and Allison skits are especially endearing to older individuals as they remind people so much of George Burns and Gracie Allen and The Honeymooners.
Performing skits are a great way to break the ice in social settings, and if they are funny it really warms people up by getting them laughing and in a good mood. Being in the skits is a great way for people to get involved in their group and to meet other people. The practicing and working on the skits is a fantastic way to get to know people while doing something productive.
After performing a few shorter skits your group might even decide they would like to try their hand at one of the many theater plays and scripts that are available (and, yes, we will be bringing you lots of play scripts as well). We know of several very active retirement communities that do regular community theater.
We are actively seeking your submissions for this page and all our other pages. Please submit your skits and play scripts, both originals and those you've seen. We will find a category for it or start a new category. Just fill out the form below to submit your skit.
Do you have a skit for seniors to share with us? We would love your submissions for skits for seniors. The more skits the better for all of our readers. It can be an original skit you wrote yourself or one that you have seen before.
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Yankee Doodle Dandy Vaudeville Skit (Good for Fourth of July)
Need four people, preferably two men and two women. The women should have long skirts on and the men skinny black ties. Need a piano player for the stage. …
Short skit. Need two people to play husband and wife. Setting: Easy chair on stage. Small table next to the chair with a soda can on it or a knick knack. …
The Taxidermist Not rated yet
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