The Literati Awards - VIRTUAL CLASSROOM SCRIPTS

The Literati Awards - VIRTUAL CLASSROOM SCRIPTS
Honoring Literature's Greatest Characters
by Ian McWethy, Claire Epstein

Productions (0)
  • Comedy
  • |
  • 35 - 45 minutes
  • 5 f, 3 m, 3 either (8-25 actors possible: 5-15 f, 3-12 m)
  • Set: Minimal.

The Literati Awards - VIRTUAL CLASSROOM SCRIPTS
Honoring Literature's Greatest Characters
by Ian McWethy, Claire Epstein

(0)
Productions (0)
  • Comedy
  • |
  • 35 - 45 minutes
  • 5 f, 3 m, 3 either (8-25 actors possible: 5-15 f, 3-12 m)
  • Set: Minimal.

VIRTUAL CLASSROOM SCRIPTS allow teachers to quickly and easily get scripts in the hands of students. Immediately after purchase, a standard PDF script is emailed to the purchaser, which can then be distributed to students. In a matter of minutes, you and your students will have scripts at your disposal.

Tonight the brightest stars of classic literature are coming together for the biggest awards show of the year - so of course they're all on their absolute worst behavior. Romeo's jealous that Juliet got nominated, Sherlock Holmes keeps trying to deduce the results from the accountants, and it's all security can do to keep Gollum away from his precious trophy. Everyone's walking the red carpet from Elizabeth Bennet to Holden Caulfield, but only one can walk away with the big award for The Greatest Literary Character of All Time. Who will it be? With five possible endings, only the audience vote can decide! The classics get a showbiz twist in this wickedly funny comedy.

Pricing Information

Standard Edition $175

Play Details

VIRTUAL CLASSROOM SCRIPTS allow teachers to quickly and easily get scripts in the hands of students. Immediately after purchase, a standard PDF script is emailed to the purchaser, which can then be distributed to students. In a matter of minutes, you and your students will have scripts at your disposal.

Tonight the brightest stars of classic literature are coming together for the biggest awards show of the year - so of course they're all on their absolute worst behavior. Romeo's jealous that Juliet got nominated, Sherlock Holmes keeps trying to deduce the results from the accountants, and it's all security can do to keep Gollum away from his precious trophy. Everyone's walking the red carpet from Elizabeth Bennet to Holden Caulfield, but only one can walk away with the big award for The Greatest Literary Character of All Time. Who will it be? With five possible endings, only the audience vote can decide! The classics get a showbiz twist in this wickedly funny comedy.

  • Comedy
  • |
  • 35 - 45 minutes
  • 5 f, 3 m, 3 either (8-25 actors possible: 5-15 f, 3-12 m)
  • Set: Minimal.