Category Archives: Dramatic

The emphasis is on drama.

“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 »

“The Crate Escape”

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Synopsis: Tempted into entering a box of forbidden delights, a foolish fellow becomes trapped in the bondage of sin. A parade of people, representing the various solutions people look to when bound, offer advice, to no avail. He finally escapes when presented with the gospel. Runs about 20-25 minutes. Soundtrack key: This is the type of script where your actors… 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 Telltale Talent”

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“The Telltale Talent” Written by Frederick Passmore Synopsis: A fellow, asked to direct a church play, declines due to a lack of faith in his ability. Later, while napping, an angel visits him in a vision and takes him to the Cemetery of Buried Talents. There he is confronted not only with the reality of what he has done with… Read more »

“Jerusalem’s Most Wanted”

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“Jerusalem’s Most Wanted” by Fred Passmore Copyright 2003  Synopsis: Detailing Peter’s deliverance from prison and certain death by an angel in the Book of Acts, this dramatic, yet sometimes humorous script is one that will bless your church! Utilizing up to nearly 20 people and lasting 20-25 minutes, this full-fledged five-act play demonstrates the continuing impact that Christ’s resurrection had… Read more »

“The Great Church Robbery”

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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 »

“Prohibiting Prayer: The Daniel Decree”

sheeplaughs   January 31, 2016   Comments Off on “Prohibiting Prayer: The Daniel Decree”

“Prohibiting Prayer: The Daniel Decree” written by Fred Passmore copyright 2013 Sheep Laughs Publications Synopsis: A retelling of the story of Daniel and the Lion’s Den from a new perspective. The Chief Scribe to King Darius, responsible for chronicling events in the kingdom, tells the story that he and his son witness and became participants in. Both he and his son… Read more »

“The Jokers Of Jericho”

sheeplaughs   January 29, 2016   Comments Off on “The Jokers Of Jericho”

“The Jokers of Jericho” by Fred Passmore Synopsis: In a script that is performed without actor lines, only narration supplied on the soundtrack CD, Storyteller Grandpa is relating the Biblical events of the fall of Jericho to a group of children. As he speaks, our imagination brings it to life, and we see parts of the story acted out by… 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 »

“The Legacy”

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“The Legacy” Plot Description Page written by Fred Passmore copyright 2012 Sheep Laughs Publications Synopsis: Written primarily for Easter, but good anytime, this easy-to-do 52-minute script with narrative soundtrack presents a powerful message about Jesus’ obedience to His Father, and His atoning sacrifice, in the form of a dream of a young man on the verge of an important decision…. Read more »