Category Archives: Christmas

“Crisis On The Holiday Helpline”

sheeplaughs   November 2, 2016   Comments Off on “Crisis On The Holiday Helpline”

Synopsis: A counselor on a holiday crisis hotline has trouble helping a distraught caller because he has so many problems of his own. Between them, with the caller reading from a newly discovered Bible, they discover the true joy of Christmas. Soundtrack key: This is the type of script where your actors deliver their lines and the soundtrack supplies the background… Read more »

“How Nick Became A Saint”

sheeplaughs   October 28, 2016   Comments Off on “How Nick Became A Saint”

“How Nick Became A Saint” Written by Frederick Passmore Copyright 2004 Sheep Laughs Publications Synopsis: A department store manager gets word that his regular “Santa’s helper” can’t make it so he drafts a store employee to fill in the red suit for the day. The hapless fellow is abused, threatened by a bully kid, barfed on, insulted, given demands, etc…. Read more »

“The Narrated Nativity”

sheeplaughs   September 29, 2016   Comments Off on “The Narrated Nativity”

“The Narrated Nativity” (Nativity Story Excerpts from “Redemption In The Wings” Play) by Frederick Passmore copyright 2009 Sheep Laughs Publications This is the script for the embedded “Nativity Play” scenes found in the play “Redemption In The Wings.” You may do it separately if you wish, to have a shorter traditional Christmas story, without having to learn lines. The story… Read more »

“Stormy Night, Holy Night”

sheeplaughs   August 19, 2016   Comments Off on “Stormy Night, Holy Night”

“Stormy Night, Holy Night” written by Fred Passmore copyright 2015 Sheep Laughs Publications Synopsis: A new 18-minute “No Lines To Learn” Christmas script with soundtrack… and it only takes TWO people to perform! On Christmas Eve, a father and teen daughter take refuge in their basement from a coming storm. The storm building in the young girl’s mind and heart,… Read more »

“Assignment: Comfort And Joy!”

sheeplaughs   August 19, 2016   Comments Off on “Assignment: Comfort And Joy!”

2 Corinthians 1:3-5 Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our tribulation, that we may be able to comfort those who are in any trouble, with the comfort with which we ourselves are comforted by God. “Assignment: Comfort And Joy!” (Shorter 2015 Version)… Read more »

“Season’s Beatings: Live From Downtown”

sheeplaughs   February 26, 2016   Comments Off on “Season’s Beatings: Live From Downtown”

Synopsis: A reporter doing a live interview on location during Christmas tries to get passing shoppers to share their holiday cheer. He encounters a series of comically hostile or just plain nutty characters before a sympathetic person helps him recover from his ordeal and shares the true source of holiday joy. Length of performance: approximately 10-12 minutes. This short skit has… Read more »

“The Junk Man’s Christmas Dinner”

sheeplaughs   February 24, 2016   Comments Off on “The Junk Man’s Christmas Dinner”

Synopsis: A hermit that lives by a junkyard is spending Christmas Eve feeling sorry for himself. But his solitude is interrupted by a visitor worse off than him, and he learns that the key to the joy of the season is giving what you can. Includes a reading of the Nativity Story, also! Approximately 15 minutes and only needs four… Read more »

“The Great Church Robbery”

sheeplaughs   February 14, 2016   Comments Off on “The Great Church Robbery”

Synopsis: This short poem, a Christian version of “The Grinch” story, can done as a dramatic reading using the background music and sound effects, or acted out to the narrated version on the same CD. In it, we see a bitter old man living next door to a church, which irritates him with the loud worship and obvious fellowship of… Read more »

“Christmas Leads Us Home” Performance Video

sheeplaughs   February 11, 2016   Comments Off on “Christmas Leads Us Home” Performance Video

Here is a video from the First Baptist Church in Danville, Georgia of the church’s performance of my script “Christmas Leads Us Home” using the unique no-lines-to-learn “Play/Act” soundtrack. (Get the script and soundtrack here.)

“The Christmas Family”

sheeplaughs   January 27, 2016   Comments Off on “The Christmas Family”

“The Christmas Family” A Journey of Imagination and Hope. by Frederick Passmore copyright 2006 Synopsis: In a script that is performed without actor lines, only narration supplied on the soundtrack CD, a young crippled boy in a children’s home spends Christmas Eve listening to the Nativity Story on the radio. As his imagination pictures the scene, the audience sees it… Read more »