Introduction to Readers Theatre

$19.95

This complete guide makes readers theatre come alive! Learn how to use Readers Theatre in class or on stage with poetry, stories, and plays in simple theatrical staging.

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  • By Gerald Lee Ratliff

    This complete guide makes readers theatre come alive! Learn you can produce Readers Theatre in class or on stage and how to use poetry, stories, and plays in simple theatrical staging.

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    If you want to read the complete script, order a hard copy or e-script for perusal.

    If you want to perform or rehearse, order cast copies. Select either e-cast copies, which you will be able to download, or hard cast copies. Hard cast copies are printed in black and white on 3-hole punched paper so it’s easy to put them into notebooks.

    Play collections are copyright protected and can’t be copied. When you decide which plays you want to use, contact us for e-scripts which you can copy.

    When you have performance dates, add royalty to your shopping cart, along with the number of performances. Rates are per performance and apply whether you charge admission or not. They are due two weeks prior to the show.

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     We appreciate your order. Thanks for helping older performers fulfill their theatrical dreams!

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    Playwright

    Gerald Lee Ratliff

    Genre

    Readers Theatre, Monologues and Scenes

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