"As women claim the scriptures as a basis for their faith, resources such as Maxine Dudley's The Prodigal Daughter become very important. It is highly effective."
Sister Dorothy Folliard, OP
St. Mary of the Lake University
"The Prodigal Daughter" comes from the prodigal son parable in Luke. The drama is appropriate for any reconciliation service. It is especially relevant during Maundy Thursday or any other time in Lent. As a religious service, it dramatizes God's love and longing for us to return when we stray.
The drama has parts for six characters and two commentators. It uses simple props. Performance time is about 30 minutes. The drama is appropriate for junior high to adults.
Maxine Dudley is a children's writer. In her spare time she is involved with religious retreats for women. She holds a bachelor of arts degree from Our Lady of the Lake University, San Antonio, Texas, and a master of arts degree from Webster University, St. Louis, Missouri.
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