When making your video, introduce yourself and the passage you will be presenting before you begin.
You may select one of the scripture passages outlined above. Any translation is acceptable, just make it known at the start of the monologue.
All Scripture presentations must be memorized and presented without the use of scripts/Bibles in hand.
Presentations must include cohesive blocking that compliments/emphasizes the words and meaning of the passage.
Presentations should tell a complete message and demonstrate a full understanding of the passage through use of drama skills and technique, (i.e. projection, diction, eye contact, focus, cheating out, gesturing, use of levels and movement, energy, and believability, etc). As you prepare for the competition, studying the adjudication rubric will give you an understanding of how points will be awarded. Scripture Presentation Adjudication Rubric
4th – 12th grade
Revival’s in the Air (Bethel Music) – radio version
All dance submissions must use the choreography found in this playlist:
You can submit your video for the competition as an individual or as a group performing in one place together. Either way, please be sure to take care with your surroundings. Treat this recording as though it were a competition – find a clear space to perform with as few distractions as possible.
Your costume does not have to be elaborate, but consider it carefully before you record. At the very least, it should not be a distraction to the viewer (avoid words/images on your shirts, be sure to cover your midriff & chest, etc). If you are unsure what to wear, we recommend black leggings and a black shirt.
Studying the adjudication rubric and understanding what you will be awarded points for will also help you prepare a solid dance for the competition. Dance Adjudication Rubric
Even though this dance has been choreographed for you, you are encouraged to let your personality shine through as you dance! Make it your own and dance it with all your heart! Revival is in the air… can you feel it?!