Try this skit. I adapted from the myriad camping skits kids have to do at camps.
Title: Dirty Dishes
Number of students: 5
Roles: Cook, Customer #1, Customer #2, Customer #3, Customer #4
Scene: The cook comes and puts a big pot of water on the table. In the pot there is a ladle. The cook then puts up a “Back in 10 minutes sign” and walks away.
Narrator: This scene is in a restaurant. A cook will put a pot on the table. He needs to go to the washroom so he puts a “Back in 10 minutes sign” and walks away. Let’s see what happens next. (Note: I suggest you also translate this into Korean so that the students in the audience have a sense of the context of the scene)
(Customer #1 and #2 enters the restaurant. Customer #1 decides to taste the “soup.”)
Customer #1: Ummm, this is very delicious. You must try this soup!
Customer #2: What? Let me have a taste. (after tasting the soup)You’re right! This is fantastic. (Pulls out his cellphone and calls his friend) Hello? James? I’m at a restaurant near your house. It has the most amazing soup. Come and try it. Hurry up! I’ll text the location to you.
Customer #3: (enters the restaurant) So where is this soup I’ve heard so much about?
Customer #1: Here it is. Have a taste.
Customer #3: Alright, alright. I’ll try it. (after trying the soup) Mmmm. Wow! This tastes amazing. It’s soooo delicious. I gotta call Lisa. She’s gonna love this.
Customer #4: OK, I’m here. What do you want?
Customer #3: Here, try this. (feeds his friend the soup). Mmmm. This is the most delicious soup I’ve ever had. What’s in it?
The Cook: (comes back) What are you doing?!
Customer #4: Oh you’re back. Did you make this? What’s in it? Beef? Pork? Chicken?
The Cook: (laughs and pulls out a pair of socks from the pot.)
Hope this helps.