Tag Archives: salvation

“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 »

“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 »

“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 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 »

“The Red Tie Club”

sheeplaughs   February 4, 2016   Comments Off on “The Red Tie Club”

“The Red Tie Club” by Fred Passmore Copyright 2003 Synopsis: A man trying to get into an exclusive club finds his way blocked by the doorman, who refuses to give him admission until he meets the membership requirement: having a Red Tie. A good parable about man’s efforts to earn his way into Heaven. The doorman, Mr. Delaw represents The… Read more »

“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 »

“Seasons’ Beatings” Skit Bit

sheeplaughs   January 27, 2016   Comments Off on “Seasons’ Beatings” Skit Bit

“Season’s Beatings” Written by Fred Passmore and Jon Lawhon Copyright 2002 “Skit Bits” are approximately one-minute mini-skits that you can do as sermon-starters or in between songs at your church service, or to start conversation at a youth meeting!  Listen to a Windows Media file of this program, below, for inspiration! In a short version of our script “Season’s Beatings:… Read more »

“The Ultimate Gift”

sheeplaughs   January 26, 2016   Comments Off on “The Ultimate Gift”

“The Ultimate Gift” Written by Frederick Passmore Synopsis: At a meeting of a technology company days before Christmas, three inventors present their inventions for the next year’s “Ultimate Gift.” In each of the three five-to-six-minute skit sequences, a way-out device is demonstrated that causes havoc on the group, with truly hysterical results! A cleaning lady that is present as a… Read more »