On a beautiful Saturday morning, the kids' choir from First Church has just hit the ground at Rock Creek Park for a missions work day. While their leader Miss Stone "rallies the troops" to get to work on the cleanup, she reminds the kids that famous Christian rock star Max Rockanelli will also be in the park today to lend a hand. Jazz (a singer), Charlie (a drummer), and Sam (a guitar player) have caught wind that not only will Max be helping in the park, he will be shooting his new music video here, and perhaps this could be the "big break" at stardom each of them has dreamed about. While the kids make their humorous but slightly off-base grabs at the spotlight, Max appears on the scene, and lovingly helps show the kids that in the body of Christ, God has given gifts to all of us. When the over-the-top Hollywood video director Stephie Steelburg arrives, it is time to shoot the video, and with a newfound understanding of really working together, all the kids are ready for the climactic conclusion. The cameras roll, and Max shouts ... "Let's Rock!" The work is simple to perform, features rich characters, fast-moving dialog that is fun, but not "smart-alecky," and a strong Biblical "take-away" for the performers and the audience.