If you are looking for a creative way to read or present Acts 2:1-21 in your Pentecost worship, why not check out one of these approaches?
for Pentecost based on Acts Reading 2: 1- and written by Ervina Boeve. It was published in the Reformed Worship magazine (Issue # 2 1 7), and is available online.
Also take a look at the creative approach to the reading of Acts
2 in Resources for Pentecost Sunday, written by David Koll and published in Issue # 4 7 of Reformed Worship magazine.
David Koll also suggests an alternative approach to the Acts
2 reading in Tongues of Fire: Highlighting the Pentecost Scripture reading, found in Issue # 6 3 of Reformed Worship magazine.
David Rylaarsdam includes another approach to the Acts
2 reading in his Celebrating God’s Grace. You’ll find it right at the bottom of his longer worship order (You Shall Be My Witnesses: Pentecost Service).
You might also be interested in exploring a video presentation of the Acts 12 passage. If you are, take a look at Video Suggestions for Pentecost.
See also Pentecost Drama, Readers’ Theatre for Pentecost, Video Presentation of Acts 2:1-13, A Story for Pentecost (children's feature), Pentecost Monologue I and Pentecost Monologue II.
For more creative worship resources for Pentecost Sunday, click on Pentecost in the list of Labels at the lower right side of the page.