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The History of the Theatre - Part One

by Alison Chaplin

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.

Cast: 30-36
Runtime: 40 mins
Age Range:KS2, KS3
Genre: comedy
history
Type: one act

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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.

ISBN: 978-1-906153-33-5
Price: £10.00
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Paperback

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.

ISBN: 978-1-906153-12-0
Price: £15.00
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Multiple Performance Rights Licence

Purchasing this licence allows you to give UP TO FIVE public performances of this play. It is valid for six months from the date of purchase. A public performance is one given to any external audience, including friends and family, regardless of ticket charges. If you are giving multiple public performances of this play then you will need to have the appropriate performing rights licence. For any queries about which licence to purchase please contact info@artsonthemove.co.uk.

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Price: £20.00
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Single Performance Rights Licence

Purchasing this licence allows you to give JUST ONE public performance of this play. It is valid for two months from the date of purchase. A public performance is one given to any external audience, including friends and family, regardless of ticket charges. If you are giving a public performance of this play then you will need to have the appropriate performing rights licence. For any queries about which licence to purchase please contact info@artsonthemove.co.uk.

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Price: £6.00
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