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Servant of Two Masters!

Carlo Goldoni's hilarious farce.

"Servant of Two masters adapted by Lance Davis is truly funny and completely relatable to acting students. These scripts are the dream of any theatre educator. He is a master!” - Paul Perri, Professor of Acting, American Music and Dramatic Academy, Los Angeles.

80 minutes.Under $10


A Christmas Carol: Readers' Theater

Dickens' best story, with emphasis on his glorious language. Two narrators lead the cast through a script-in-hand "Readers' Theater" performance. All the characters, all the details brought to life. Perfect for stage, classroom, or living room! Play all the parts yourself!

80 minutes. Under $10


5.0 out of 5 stars
A Delight for Students, Families, Audiences Young and Old

Reviewed in the United States on November 3, 2018

"This adaptation of an 18th Century play is so refreshing it makes you want to get up on stage and act! As a high school teacher I can see its appeal for a young audience --- it would be a great play for a school production as there are nine characters, a lot of physical movement, opportunity for involvement with technical work, choreography, music. For a mature audience it would work because of the wit and satire woven throughout the text. Intelligent, provocative, amusing, timely adaptation. Bringing back the classics for audiences that need them!"

Dickens' classic as performed by Parson's Nose Theater in their unique "Readers' Theater" style. Thirteen actors - "on book" - tell our most treasured ghost story, with particular celebration of Dickens' delicious descriptions - "Scrooge lived in a lowering pile of a building, up a yard where it had so little business to be that one could scarcely help fancying it must have run there when it was a young house, playing at hide-and-seek with other houses, and forgotten its way out again." Carols and sounds provided by the company. 80 minutes. One intermission.

Note: Click to hear Parson's Nose Radio Theater podcast of "A Christmas Carol."
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