The Fall of the Red Apple: The Drowning of an Empire is a historical re-enactment of the conquest of the city of Constantinople by the Ottoman Turks and how it pertains to the Bible.
This play was done as a Bible School evening program. Most of the young people saw their lines only 4 days prior to the presentation. All the props were assembled by a group of stage hands who preferred not to act.
Here is a link to the presentation.
The play is based off of Revelation Ch 9:13-21.
For further exposition of these verses we recommend you read Bro. John Thomas’ book Eureka volume 2b pages 155-161. Below is a short excerpt:
“Am I,” said the Sultan to a Urban, founder of a cannon, who had deserted from the Greeks, “capable of throwing a ball or stone of sufficient size to batter the walls of Constantinople?”
“I am not ignorant of their strength” replied the artist; “but were they more solid than those of Babylon, I could oppose an engine of superior power.”
This PDF document is the script.
This PDF document is the costume and prop list.