Readers Theatre Scripts
Manuscript Reading Scripts of Readers Theatre
available @ $25.00 each
SMOKE AND MIRRORS by Neil Gaiman
Neil Gaiman takes these stories from the wonderful collection of the same name. They have the same fantasy quality of the recent movie Stardust, based on his graphic novel.
Readers Theatre Example
SPEAKING FRENCH IN KANSAS by Robert Day
Mr. Day is the author of novel, The Last Cattle Drive. He is from Kansas and writes of its people with great passion and humor. His stories are a joy to read and to see on stage.
GO THE DISTANCE, Stories About Baseball and Life
by W. P. Kinsella
Mr. Kinsella is one of Canada’s best know authors with over twenty-one published books of short stories and novels. He is probably best known as the author of Shoeless Joe Jackson on which the film Field of Dreams was based. His sense of character and fantasy come to life in these stories of baseball, one of his greatest loves.
DREAM ON AND OTHER STORIES by Janet Kaufman
Ms. Kaufman takes us into her world, which is filled with lovely, interesting, funny characters who sometimes exist in a real and fantasy world at the same time. These stories are taken from three of her collections, “Place in the World a Woman Can Walk,” “Characters on the Lose,” and “Obscene Gestures for Women.”
BORROWED HEARTS by Rich Demarinis
These stories are taken from four collections of short stories by Mr. Demarinis. He creates wonderful characters that can touch the heart of any audience in situations that we can all understand and with which we can sympathize.
THE MAN WHO KNEW BELLE STARR AND OTHER STORIES
by Richard Bausch
Mr. Bausch is one of America’s most respected writers of short stories and is often compared to Raymond Carver. His stories deal with ordinary human beings and how we solve simple problems with meaning and love. To read his stories is to understand how funny and fragile we humans are.
THE HEAVEN OF ANIMALS AND OTHER STORIES
by Alison Baker
Ms Baker’s stories are quirky and unpredictable but completely engaging. We come to love her characters and her flights of fancy into imaginary worlds into which real people sometimes wander.