Pictured below is a screenshot from Script Studio showing a correctly formatted screenplay. 6. SCREENPLAY TERMS: V.O. - VOICE OVER: This is narration that does not originate in the scene itself. It can be a Narrator or Inner thoughts of a character on screen, or it can simply be a disembodied voice coming over a radio, telephone or speaker that ... Feb 15, 2018 · Voice-over actors are trained to interpret a script, read it and own it, then create a story with those words so that the listener feels a stir of emotions. It’s not the easiest thing in the world to do, either. It takes oodles of practice, mistakes, and successes to reach that relationship with your voice-over scripts. Browse scripts for sketches, skits and short plays on-line from the 840 plays published by Lazy Bee Scripts. Drill-down by genre, including drama, comedy, farce, thriller, whodunnit and rhyming plays, by length or by cast size including monologues.