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  • 1.  E-Books

    Posted 07-10-2019 14:01
    Hi, I know that eBooks have been popular for prose and a colleague recently asked me about plays in eBook format. Has anyone here ever considered choosing a play via an eBook format. I'm not sure how many might be currently available and I can't recall seeing that as an option.Thanks

    Jean Klein
    Playwright/Founder HaveScripts/BlueMoonPlays
    Playwriting Teacher in MFA program, Wilkes University]
    Virginia BeachVA

  • 2.  RE: E-Books

    Posted 07-11-2019 15:11

    I've read perusals electronically, but I wouldn't personally be interested in them beyond that.  I do know that some of the publishers have e-script options.  However, one option we do love is electronic delivery of the script.  The license grants us the right to print X number of copies.  Those are great, because we only have to wait a couple of hours to get the script rather than days or, as was the case on year when the midwest was hammered by blizzard after blizzard, weeks.

    Laura Steenson
    Theatre Director
    Reynolds High School
    Troutdale OR