Welcome to our Featured Play Highlight. Letters by Mrs. Evelyn Merritt is a wonderful and difficult Reader’s Theatre script for highschool and center faculty pupil performers.
For a lot of wars, letters dwelling have been the one type of communication between troopers and their family members.
Letters is thought-provoking and character-driven. It’s not exhausting to see Marie, Jim, Caleb, Sarah, Harriet and Robert reaching out with pen and paper.
Why did we publish this play?
What’s nice in regards to the script is its give attention to the characters. Every character expresses particular feelings about their place of their explicit conflict. The play additionally has oral components similar to overlapping speech, unison speech, and repeated patterns. The phrases communicate for themselves. A thought-provoking piece.
Let’s hear from the writer!
1. Why did you write this play?
I wished a method to permit college students to recollect the previous in a theatrical means.
2. Describe the theme in a single or two sentences.
Keep in mind the human face of conflict.
three. What’s an important visible for you on this play?
The letters. Despite the fact that it’s readers theater, attempt to have the kind of letter every of those characters would have as a prop.
four. In case you might give one piece of recommendation for these producing the play, what would it not be?
Reader’s Theater doesn’t imply you possibly can’t act – every character must be dropped at life as a lot as attainable, though you may have a script in your hand.
5. Why is that this play nice for pupil performers?
It’s an opportunity for college kids to place a face to the previous and in addition connect with historical past. Experiencing historical past is at all times higher than simply studying about it.
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