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About Free Clown Skits

Welcome to Free Clown Skits!

FreeClownSkits.info is run by Tom Raymond, who clowns professionally as Raynbow the Clown. One thing that I want to do is to continue the ministry of sharing clown skits via the Internet, and so FreeClownSkits.info has come to life — to allow me to share new clown skits that I and others create. If you have a new clown skit that you’d like to share with the world, feel free to contact me and I’ll be glad to share it here as well.

Thanks for listening, and Bump a Nose!


Cleaning up after the elephants

Cleaning up after the elephants

Cleaning up after the elephants – a skit on the necessity of doing unpleasant jobs

A skit for 2 clowns, 1 silent hobo, 1 speaking (clown or ringmaster)

Props required: whisk broom, dust pan, push broom, garbage can on wheels, shovel, garbage bags (filled with air & tied off) — also, props for the Hobo to perform with, such as a hula hoop, juggling balls, balloon animals, etc.

The skit begins with the ringmaster coming on stage, looking around for the hobo … Read More…


Delivery running gag

Delivery running gag

This is a classic clown routine — I first heard of it with Otto Griebling, where he would wander through the stands of the circus carrying a a small plant, calling out the name of a fictional person to deliver the plant to, such as Mrs. McGillicuddy-Smythe. He wouldn’t find her, of course, and leave … Read More…

Body of Christ clown skit

Body of Christ clown skit

Body of Christ clown skit, courtesy of Epworth Rehoboth Beach United Methodist Church

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Clown skit Stagecoach

Clown skit Stagecoach

Clown skit Stagecoach – a classic routine for 2 speaking clowns

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High wire Gospel skit

High wire Gospel skit

High wire Gospel skit – using the classic “slack rope” clown routine to demonstrate the Gospel

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Duct Tape Sanctification

Duct Tape Sanctification

Duct Tape Sanctification is a gospel ministry skit for 2 speaking clowns,, typically a white face and an auguste, dealing with the spirit of complaining — and how it’s expressed

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Rubber hot dog skit

A classic “that was terrible! let’s do that to someone else!” skit for 2 speaking clowns, typically a white face and an auguste, although any 2 clowns would do..

Required props: two hot dogs, buns, etc. Read More…

But I Only Have

But I Only Have … (a skit for 2 or more speaking clowns, original by Tom Raymond)

(the skit begins with Clown 1 & Clown 2 in the foreground — Clown 1 has a wheelbarrow with a few apples in it)

Clown 1: (enters pushing a wheelbarrow with a few apples, or a bushel basket, etc.) It’s all I have to offer…

Clown 2: Wow, you look lower than a mole’s shoeprint! What’s wrong?

Clown 1: (sigh) Well, you know how the Pastor wants us to give food to help the needy? Read More…

Why include a Bible verse?

Why include a Bible verse?

Why include a Bible verse? This was prompted by a question on the Clown Forum web site (a very nice resource, by the way), where someone asked me why Christian clown skits typically end with a Bible verse, sometimes stepping out of character to deliver it — here’s my response: Read More…


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