Category Archives: Christmas

Christmas Leads Us Home Video

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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.) WHAT WE OFFER: Dramatic Plays: Our plays range from 20 minutes all the way up to 80 minutes. They are written to engage the viewer, make them… Read more »

The Ultimate Gift Film

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2012 was the first year that I made available the skit “The Ultimate Gift.” Right after Christmas I found this short film online that adapted it for video. They did a good job, making their own soundtrack, since they altered the script a little, to accommodate their available cast. The video notes say “Adapted and Filmed by the members of… Read more »

Season’s Beatings: Live From Downtown

“Live From Downtown” Written by Frederick Passmore Copyright 2001 Sheep Laughs Records 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… Read more »

Redemption In The Wings

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 “Redemption In The Wings” by Frederick Passmore copyright 2009 Story synopsis: Christmas is nearing, and the play being rehearsed for the guests of a homeless shelter is looming as a disaster. Plaguing the director are problems she feels ill equipped to handle: the demanding actress playing Mary is a Hollywood diva sentenced to community service; the actor playing Gabriel is nowhere… Read more »

Christmas Leads Us Home

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“Christmas Leads Us Home” Story Page written by Frederick Passmore copyright 2013 Sheep Laughs Publications Synopsis: A new play in the “No Lines to Learn” narrated format, this script (approximately 50 minutes) deals with a mother’s difficult relationship with a wayward daughter, as well as her fears for the soul of a son in the military. A flashback to a family… Read more »

The Christmas Family

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“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 acted… Read more »

The Ultimate Gift

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“The Ultimate Gift” Written by Frederick Passmore Copyright 2015 Sheep Laughs Records 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… Read more »

The Great Church Robbery

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“The Great Church Robbery” Written by Frederick Passmore Copyright 1999 Sheep Laughs Records 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… Read more »

The Junk Man’s Christmas Dinner

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“The Junk Man’s Christmas Dinner” Written by Frederick Passmore Copyright 2016 Sheep Laughs Studios 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… Read more »