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ISPBHCA
$10.00

The Pea Blossom by H. C. Andersen

This story is great for elementary or high school programs. The classic story has been adapted into a 6 page reader’s theatre with 9 parts. Two parts must be female and 1 must be male but the rest may be either gender. Staging and costume suggestions are included. The piece is approximately 10 minutes. See teaser. The theme is that our lives count for something when left in God’s hands.

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ISPPPH
$10.00
The Pied Piper of Hamelin

The Pied Piper of Hamelin

Claudene Wooten has adapted this classic poem into an 11 page reader’s theatre script. See the preview for a cast list. This piece would work well in school programs and for contests.

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ISCSTR
$6.00
The Raven

The Raven

Julie Kovacik has adapted Poe’s classic poem into a 7 page choric speaking piece with 8 voices. A preview of the first 2 pages is available.

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ISTSOH
$10.00
The Song of Hiawatha

The Song of Hiawatha

This is an adaptation of Chapter 17 “The Hunting of Pau-Puk-Keewis” from Longfellow’s epic poem. The adapter, Ashley Webb, has taken great pains to bring out the sounds and images in the poem. Her notes will prove valuable to the director. Ashley has a Master’s Degree in Speech Education. Her training enabled her to combine acting, reader’s theatre and choric speaking elements into one exciting performance. The selection would complement an elementary or secondary program. Those teaching this epic poem would find a great teaching tool that allows students not only to read the poem but also relive it! See ​preview for more information. 16-20 minutes

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ISTSMS
$6.00
To Think that I Saw it on Mulberry Street

To Think that I Saw it on Mulberry Street

This adaptation of the Dr. Suess book is a lighthearted choric speaking or readers theater selection. Piece is 7 pages with 8 voices. Adapted by Julie Kovacik.

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ISWITW
$12.50
Wind in the Willows

Wind in the Willows

This delightful reader’s theatre performance is an adaptation of Kenneth Grahame’s “Wind in the Willows”. Claudene Rease Wooten has included stage directions in the 17 page script. Poor Toad cannot seem to restrain his desire for motor cars. The best attempts of his friends Badger and Mole fail and Toad finds himself facing charges in a court of law. The selection would be a great addition to a school program or as a humorous performance at a church function. See the preview for cast requirements and a taste of the first 5 pages of the script.

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