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The History of the Theatre - Part One
A comedy which uses flashbacks to the origins of theatre, then explores its development up to Elizabethan times. Two narrators lead us through a fascinating journey of short scenes which reveal the theatrical movers and shakers - and show us what some playwrights really thought about each other!
If you are giving a public performance of this play you must purchase a performing rights licence, available below.
|Age Range:||KS2, KS3|
This play can be purchased as a download-only version in Acrobat (pdf) format. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader (or a similar PDF reader).
This version DOES NOT include performing rights.
This version includes a Full Cast/Character List, Production Notes with suggestions for props, costumes and staging, and Follow-On Activities for further work in the classroom.
Supplied as a paperback copy. Post and packaging rates apply.
Includes some performing rights within the price.
This version DOES NOT include production notes or follow-on activities.
Performing Rights Licence
Note: some versions do not include performing rights within the price. If you are giving a performance of this play, then you will need a performing rights licence for any version that does not explicitly include it. The licence allows you to give up to five public performances of this play and is valid for 6 months from the date of purchase. For longer performance runs, please contact email@example.com.