Introduction to Readers Theatre

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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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    Playwright

    Gerald Lee Ratliff

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    Acting, Directing and Senior Theatre company management, Monologues and Scenes, Readers Theatre, Teaching Tool

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