Category Archives: Duet

“The Audition”

sheeplaughs   May 20, 2017   Comments Off on “The Audition”

“The Audition” Written by Frederick Passmore Copyright 2006 by Sheep Laughs Publications Synopsis: A Christian actor auditions for a role in a major Hollywood movie. As the unseen director puts him through a humiliating series of tryout scenes, the actor begins to realise that being a “crossover” artist leaves one sitting on the fence. And he could end up on the… Read more »

“The Guy With The Cardboard Christ”

sheeplaughs   January 23, 2017   Comments Off on “The Guy With The Cardboard Christ”

“The Guy With The Cardboard Christ” Written by Frederick Passmore Copyright 2005 Sheep Laughs Publications Synopsis: While relaxing in the park on a bench, a man is approached by a broadly-smiling fellow carrying a life-sized cardboard cutout of Jesus. A strange, but immensely amusing story emerges as he attempts to share his very personal (and very silent) Savior with his skeptical… Read more »

“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 »

“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 »

“A Day To Remember”

sheeplaughs   February 26, 2016   Comments Off on “A Day To Remember”

Synopsis: Two men, one in the middle of a crisis, and the other about to experience one, discuss the existence and goodness of God. The Christian, although seemingly the loser, witnesses to the other, who seems to be on top of the situation. Not until the very end does it become plain who is the real winner and who is… Read more »

“Mama Knows Best”

sheeplaughs   February 22, 2016   Comments Off on “Mama Knows Best”

“Mama Knows Best!” (The Mother’s Day Version of “How To Be Spiritually Fit”) by Fred Passmore copyright 2006 Synopsis: Wishing to get something “religious” for his Mama for Mother’s Day, a well-intentioned but misled man orders an advertised do-it-yourself Christian self-improvement program from a TV infomercial. When it arrives, he heads over to his mother’s house to give it to… 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 »

“A Midnight Dreary”

sheeplaughs   January 29, 2016   Comments Off on “A Midnight Dreary”

“A Midnight Dreary” by Frederick Passmore Synposis: A highly entertaining 18-minute two-man play that is easy to do… with no dialog to learn! All the action is performed to a fully-produced CD with the narration, music and sound effects. Perfect for Fall Festivals or Halloween Alternative events, but can be done any time. A man is spending a stormy night… Read more »

“Battle Of The Sexes: Round One”

sheeplaughs   January 28, 2016   Comments Off on “Battle Of The Sexes: Round One”

“Battle of the Sexes: Round One” by Frederick Passmore Copyright 2003 Synopsis: In this “post-fig leaf” script, the world’s first couple hit their first speed bump on the road to marital bliss. After being evicted from the Garden of Eden, will they ever get over blaming each other? About 10 minutes in length, this light, humorous, but ultimately touching skit,… Read more »