Category Archives: Reader’s Theater

Scripts that can be performed by simply being read as opposed to acting out.

“The Pastor’s Barbeque”

sheeplaughs   June 11, 2017   Comments Off on “The Pastor’s Barbeque”

“The Pastor’s Barbeque”  written by Frederick Passmore Copyright 2002-2017 Sheep Laughs Records Synopsis: Based on our 2003 national radio release, and performed to a musical soundtrack, this skit/song combo tells the story of how some disgruntled church members call a secret meeting to oust the pastor, a true man of God. As they roast him with their heated complaints, an… Read more »

Live Radio Style: Reader’s Theater

sheeplaughs   February 27, 2017   Comments Off on Live Radio Style: Reader’s Theater

Here’s the idea: your team, instead of acting out the script, will gather in front of mics and read the scripts, doing vocal performances with the supplied sound effects and music, creating a “live radio broadcast” effect as they create audio skits in front of a live audience! No need for line memorization, props, stages, etc. The audience gets to… 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 »

“The Sheep’s Clothing Store”

sheeplaughs   January 19, 2017   Comments Off on “The Sheep’s Clothing Store”

Synopsis: Wandering into a new store, a church-going customer begins to realize that things are not as they seem. Could the proprietor, Mr. Wolfe, have an ulterior motive in selling his fashion line? Not everyone dressed like a Christian is one; this is where they shop. A funny but direct skit that runs about 8-10 minutes and uses four people…. Read more »

“The Wrap Group”

sheeplaughs   January 17, 2017   Comments Off on “The Wrap Group”

“The Wrap Group” Written by Frederick Passmore Copyright 2006 Sheep Laughs Publications Synopsis: A young man attends a support group for people addicted to popping the air bubbles in packing material. It shows that trying to deal with addictions from a purely secular standpoint is futile, only a spiritual approach is truly effective. After hearing several testimonies as to the… 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 »

“New Year’s Eve At The Bad Habit Club”

sheeplaughs   October 31, 2016   Comments Off on “New Year’s Eve At The Bad Habit Club”

“New Year’s Eve At The Bad Habit Club” Written by Frederick Passmore Copyright Sheep Laughs Publications 2003-2016 Synopsis: In this skit parable, a group of characters (personifications of Bad Habits), temporarily displaced due to New Year’s Resolutions, gather to celebrate and wait until the resolutions are broken and they can go home. But when the unthinkable happens, things go from bad… Read more »

“Assignment: Witness!”

sheeplaughs   August 12, 2016   Comments Off on “Assignment: Witness!”

“Assignment: Witness!” Written by Frederick Passmore Copyright 2004 Sheep Laughs Publications Synopsis: The interaction between a believer and a non-believer at a bus stop is influenced by unseen (to them) spiritual beings representing both sides. The very real powers of Heaven and Hell are seen as they strive for a soul. Churches all across the country have performed this one!… Read more »

“Live From the Battlefield”

sheeplaughs   March 2, 2016   Comments Off on “Live From the Battlefield”

Synopsis: A Christian reporter interviews a Soldier of the Lord at the front of the battle. In the face of the fierce fighting and the soldier’s dedication, the reporter learns the importance of the armor of God and personal commitment. Soundtrack key: This is the type of script where your actors deliver their lines and the soundtrack supplies the background music… 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 »